Monday, September 10, 2012

Thursday, July 19, 2012

New Dart

There comes a point in every illustrators career where they venture into the world of T and A. I guess that time has come for me.
I decided to go a bit further though, and try out a few rendering techniques I had been meaning to try for a while.
 Untitled Girl 1.
  Untitled Girl 2.
  Untitled Girl 3.
  Untitled Girl 4.

 Untitled Girl 5.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

My New Style

 Just a short blog this time. It has finally happened. I have found my style. I have also, indadvertedly, created a character in the process. I have yet to name her though, but I am contemplating doing a project surrounding her.
Anyway, with no further adue, I give you;

Smoking Girl

Falling Girl
(open the images in a new tab to see a bigger, leg distorted, version of them)

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Tiny Dancer and Biro Wolf Eye

This first image is my Tiny Dancer. It is based on a stock image from the internet, with a few small changes and drawn in my own style. I'm hoping to do a collection based on the same idea, both digitally and traditionally. First, however, I am going to need to find a dancer who is up for the task of being my model. Sadly, I don't really know any, so this might take a while. I'll probably just end up getting one of my friends to pop into a flowey dress and jump around a wee bit.

Original sketch and digital rendering;

This next image is just some more biro work. It was going to be a large image of a wolf, but I made a few errors, the worst of which was the fact that I started the drawing at a slant. I still quite like hom this much of it came out. this piece is about 3 inches by 2 inches in size. enjoy;

Christopher Plummer

This here is a drawing of Christopher Plummer for my Representative Illustration class. It is done using nothing but a black biro, without an under-drawing.
Make sure to open it in a new tab (using the right button on your mouse) to see it at a larger scale;

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

The first two images here are from one of my classes. The project was Occidental vs. Oriental star-signs. My two were a rebellious horse (Aquarius) and a self-obsessed rooster (Cancer). The images had to be designed to go with a magazine article of the same name. You may recognize the horse from an earlier post;

This next image is my first ever attempt at painting a canvas on location. Its quite simply done I know, but I am pretty proud of it, especially considering I forgot to bring my glasses with me that day. Medium is Acrylic. Location is Dun Laoghaire;