Thursday, 27 November 2014

It comes to that fateful time of the year
where I practise cartoon versions of my friends.
Here's two of my friends drinking beer in the rain
(rain is absent from the picture but I thought it 
was worth mentioning so you'd understand why
one them has their hood up).
The wonderful and lovely London Canal Museum
let me do a poster advertising their 
Evening Christmas Shopping.
If you're in London on the 4th of December 
free to pop by;
http://www.canalmuseum.org.uk/whatson/index.html

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Howdy folks, tonight me and Megan have uploaded our
November pictures to our fb page, the theme was; 
'Something I'm Thankful For', 
would love it if you gave it a look.
Also it's an open submission so from now onwards 
feel free to upload a picture on the same theme. :)
Frozen fan art

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

A doodle I did from a dream I had
where I met and befriended a gorilla with really long limbs.
Has anyone else had any strange dreams recently?

Tuesday, 11 November 2014


I know it's not completely accurate to the scene,
but here's a doodle/poster for The Phantom of the Opera.

Thursday, 6 November 2014







So someone suggested I should do scenes. Are these better?
Worse? Also should the manger scene have a donkey?
Thanks guys! :)

Tuesday, 4 November 2014





No rest for those who decide to design Christmas cards 
way to late in year (will I ever learn?!)
So some corrections, red versions and a reindeer.
Opinions are more than welcome.
Thaaaaaaaaanks!!!


Two Nativity posts in one night! I must be mad! 
My initial idea was to wrap my Nativity doodles around type.
Does this work? Would individual scenes with type be better?
Are the pictures lost? Is it too busy? Is the composition ok or hard to read?
Would love your opinions, thaaaaaaaaaaaanks!!!!! :)


Back to the Nativity, are these angels (my lazy attempt at a chorus of angels) 
and is this typography alright?

Monday, 3 November 2014