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Harry’s Adventures

The client wanted illustrations of all 4 of her grandsons. So I created a vintage comic style background and placed Their faces on each one. I asked her to suggest an item which summed up their passion, to pop in the corner art of the comic cover. Power Rangers was Harry’s choice. Pencil sketch Scanned Coloured in photoshop Textures my own.
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Junior’s Adventures

The client wanted illustrations of all 4 of her grandsons. So I created a vintage comic style background and placed Their faces on each one. I asked her to suggest an item which summed up their passion, to pop in the corner art of the comic cover. Captain America was Junior’s choice.   Pencil sketch Scanned Coloured in photoshop Textures my own.
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Joey’s Adventures

The client wanted illustrations of all 4 of her grandsons. So I created a vintage comic style background and placed Their faces on each one. I asked her to suggest an item which summed up their passion, to pop in the corner art of the comic cover. His ‘dodie’ was Joey’s choice. Pencil sketch Scanned Coloured in photoshop Textures my own.
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Luke’s Adventures

The client wanted illustrations of all 4 of her grandsons. So I created a vintage comic style background and placed Their faces on each one. I asked her to suggest an item which summed up their passion, to pop in the corner art of the comic cover. Lego was Luke’s choice.   Pencil sketch Scanned Coloured in photoshop Textures my own.
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The Finlay Chronicles

The client wanted his 10 y/o son Finlay drawing. So I created a vintage comic style background and popped his face on it. The football was Fin’s choice of object to sum up his passion. Pencil sketch Scanned Coloured in photoshop Textures my own.
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The Lecturer

A portrait of a Judge in the style of a Leslie Ward (aka ‘Spy’) cartoon from the Victorian magazine ‘Vanity Fair’. This was presented to the judge at his retirement party. This judge was particularly good at giving defendants a good dressing down when sentencing. He wouldn’t pull his punches and gave them a stern lecture about the impact of their crime on their victims, and what sort of future they would have should they continue down the paths they had chosen. A legend. Pencil sketch, scanned then painted digitally using a graphics tablet in Photoshop
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Big Bang Theory Comic Book Cover

My homage to The Big Bang Theory. It had to be a comic book cover really! Thought I’d call it Bazinga! Contact me if you’d like a poster of this.   Faces sketched in pencil, Scanned, Colours & textures Photoshop
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Relinquished

Commissioned to illustrate an eerie tale entitled ‘Relinquished’ for Dark Valentine Magazine. It’s a great story, and it appears on the website in the 2010 Winter edition of the magazine. Thanks to my mate Tommy for posing.
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Miserable Maurice

Miserable Maurice book cover design. I wanted to make it look like a vintage 60’s children’s book cover, a bit stained, a bit worn, a bit…miserable, just like Maurice. This is for a old College tutor of mine who is a retired, unpublished children’s book author. The story is a real romp too! Mel has a wicked sense of humour. Available as a Kindle download Miserable Maurice
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Vanity Fair Style – A New Judge

Illustration commission of a judge. I wanted it to look like the Victorian, Vanity Fair ‘Spy Cartoons’ by Leslie Ward. Pencil sketch, scanned then ‘painted’ in Photoshop
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