2014

Oil, gloss and latex on board.

Digital painting of Michael Smiley in Jack Weatherley’s ‘Pieces’.
http://jackweatherley.co.uk/PIECES

I need to choose some lighter images. :)

Software: Photoshop
Time taken: 28 hours

The Parlor
2013

Oil painting on blackboard (with details)

Wood and light installation.

The blues singer with the cracked voice is the sound of an emotional cry too powerful for the throat that releases it. The excitement of grainy film, of bleached-out black and white, is the excitement of witnessing events too momentous for the medium assigned to record them.
       - Brian Eno

judgejuno asked: Your art is like unbelievably good. I'm scrolling through with my jaw hitting the floor the whole time. Wow!! Never stop please :)

Thank you very much. :)

Here is my angel-themed submission to the Welcome to Night Vale T-shirt contest. It was a lot of fun to do. :)

Just a quick landscape painting.

Time: 3 hours
Software: Photoshop

Some pages from my current sketchbook.
Finally posting rough work to the blog I made for that very purpose. :)

I’ll probably be easing off the digital portraits to work on other things for a while, but here’s the lovely Stephen Fry to brighten your day. :)

Software: Photoshop
Time taken: 24 - 28 hours

Something a little different. :)

Software: Photoshop
Time taken: 4 - 5 hours

David Lynch - oils on canvas


First time I’ve painted the same person twice. :)

Oil on Canvas (30” x 40”)

Greatly inspired by David Palumbo’s painting ‘Terrible Weakness’ and David Lynch’s TV series ‘Twin Peaks’.

Time taken: 45 - 50 hours

Graphite and charcoal drawing. 30 - 35 hours
I’ve never used charcoal before and nearly screwed everything up. :/ The man is actually Kevin Eldon, although it doesn’t look it.

Digital painting of Camille Bordey (Sara Martins) from ‘Death In Paradise’. It’s not quite as refined as some of my paintings but I experimented with the colours more and really like how it came out. ;)
I love this show so much. ^^

Program: Photoshop
Time taken: 15 - 17 hours

Digital painting of David Lynch. Possibly my favourite director and one of my favourite artists. I really wanted to get the hair right in this one so I spent more time on it that usual. I think it paid of. :)

Software: Photoshop
Time: 40 - 45 hours