A watercolour commission of a Holden Commodore in New Zealand Police Livery.Read More
It's not every day I'm commissioned to draw the iconic and horrifying springlock scene from Five Nights at Freddy's 3. And, well, let's say I took that task and ran with it. These types of commissions are my favourite because I get to cut loose and have a bit of grisly fun!Read More
I was commissioned to draw this fan design of a Nightmare version of Springtrap from Five Nights at Freddy's. It's drawn in graphite, white pencil and ink on grey-toned card. Overall a very fun piece to work on!
Colourfield card, smoke, 270gsm
Faber-Castell 9000 2H, HB, 4B, 6B
Mechanical pencil, HB 0.5mm lead
Faber-Castell Polychromos pencil, white
Five Star India ink, white
I was commissioned to paint this piece as a wedding anniversary gift for a close friend. The request? To represent the happily married couple's travels around the world in bird form! It's just a shame that 'Birds of South Africa and New Zealand Plus One Robin' was too long a title!
Birds featured, from top-left clockwise: brown-headed parrot, African fish eagle, New Zealand fantail (piwakawaka), tui, New Zealand falcon (karearea), European robin.Read More
This watercolour painting is a paid commission of Thunderbirds 1 and 2, from the classic sixties TV show about a family using futuristic machines to rescue people in peril! Working with the lighting and colours on this one was a lot of fun. I enjoy painting dawn scenes.Read More
A completed watercolour commission of a Eurasian blue tit! I was really happy to be commissioned to paint one of these, as they’re very common British garden birds and I have fond childhood memories of seeing them hanging around the feeders. They're agile little clowns!Read More
All up I think about 50 hours of work went into this, spread out over a month. It's been one long, painstaking effort but absolutely worth it in the end! All I need to do now is squish this under some heavy books for a day or so, seal it with UV blocking clearcoat and ship it off to Canada.Read More
This is actually the second time I've made a Millennium Ring; I never took good photos of the first before giving it to its new owner. It's made from air dry clay and measures roughly eleven inches from the bottom of the lowest point to the top of the upper ring. I love the finish on the Vallejo liquid gold paint but it's alcohol-based and horrible to work with. I'd say the result is worth the hassle, though! It's very shiny in person.Read More