Happy New Year everybody! I’m starting this year off fulfilling something I really want to get back in to doing this year – Animation! I miss it, it’s what I have a degree in and I held back on it because I thought I wasn’t good enough for the industry. But NO! I can’t think that way anymore, I love animation! I also love Sonic Mania and Press Garden (Act 2) is my favourite level! This was fun to do, I’m happy with this and I will keep practicing more animation!
The sequel to Superstar Kids is now OUT! I spent this entire year working hard on the illustrations for this book with the goal to make them better than the last, I really feel I have achieved that! I am very proud of myself for publishing my second book and there is other books in the pipeline for next year, so keep an eye out! Onwards and upwards 🙂
Something I’ve been working on and experimenting with a new style and way of colouring. Also I uploaded before the end of November so it still counts as Autumn!
In keeping with my challenge, here is my October ID design! Inspired by my trip to the Lavender Fields back in August! I used ink and copics here to also go with my inktober challenge! I will collate all images from this year and 2016 on to a page soon so keep a look out 🙂
Many new updates to my shop on Society6 including stickers, backpacks and new tote bags plus tons more! Check it out 🙂
I have been volunteering with a company called You Press over the summer to help create a website called ScribersHive. A place that gives young people (or anybody!) a voice and a place to express their opinions or creativity. I helped create posters promoting the website’s release, the logos for the podcast “Hidden Voices” and the “Comics” section – which I also have created a comic for inspired by one of the articles.
Please take a look and feel free to contribute if you want to: https://scribershive.com/
Thank you very much!
There was a problem with uploading this last month but here you are and it includes a plus one where I celebrated the first day of Autumn!
Aside from the long term commissions for illustrating children’s book, I have also taken on a couple of short term commissions. These were both for the same client (and old friend!) both portraits were birthday presents – what could be more of a surprise and a unique gesture than giving an illustrated portrait!