Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Now on Redbubble!

Hello my lovely loves!

I've been having a look through my portfolio and have decided to put a few designs on redbubble. I'll be slowly uploading them bit by bit, but so far there are two new designs available, Princely Problems, featuring Prince Gumball from Adventure Time, and Rockabilly Redhead, a 50s style cameo. (Rockabilly Redhead will most likely be added with a different background at some point as well.)

Here are a few images of some of the different products available...


Tuesday, 28 June 2016

EU reactions

Hello my loves!

Just a couple of little pieces that I drew whilst venting about the recent EU Referendum results. One in RAGE and the other in sadness and appreciation. Guess which one's which ;) Both designs available of t-shirts, bags, stickers and more on my redbubble page.

P.s. if you voted leave, that's totally your call, and I'll still be trying to make the best out of this sitch with everyone, but let me have my art based tantrum.

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Competition Piece

Hello lovelies!

Just a short post on my latest piece... that won a competition! I'll be sending my friends off to Venice for their honeymoon. And sunning myself in my garden with Jess.

For more on the backstory of this piece, visit my other blog here.

Friday, 20 November 2015

The Return of So Shit Sherlock (#6)


In honour of the new trailer for the Sherlock Special, I've decided to work on a new little piece in my So Shit Sherlock series, detailing why (despite my best efforts) I would make a rubbish consulting detective.
Featuring the lovely Amanda Abbington as Mary Morstan.

Although given that it's taken me nearly two years to release this idea that's been bouncing around in my head since the last series, maybe I'm not so far away as I thought!  Most of my friend's know that my time's been spent working on Super Pooped to deal with all of that junk though, so it's been for good reasons!

Here's hoping I'll be up to drawing more (Sherlock-related or otherwise) in the near future!

In case you've forgotten the old pieces I'll link those below.

Thursday, 1 January 2015

Rockets and Robots

Hello all! I hope you had a lovely Christmas and a New Year's Eve that didn't leave you feeling like death.
To celebrate the new year, here's a look into what I've been up to since I last posted... making another ukulele! This one was for my friend Charlie for Christmas - she has an interest in astrophysics, so the only logical choice for her ukulele was rockets and robots. Obviously.
I've got to say, as fun as this was, never again unless it's for heaps of money. The painting is fun but making a musical instrument takes sooooo looooooong!

The little red guy on the base of the ukulele is my favourite.



Saturday, 15 November 2014

The Anatomy of Jessicat Fletcher

As many of you will know, I have a cat called Jessicat Fletcher. She is adorable and I love her, despite the many cat lady jokes I’ve received (thanks guys, love you too). 
I’ve not done any posts specifically on her before, mainly because I was worried that once I started I'd be unlikely to stop. Only time will tell.

Although I’m technically her owner, I feel that Jess has given me an insight on what it would be like to have a sibling. Basically, my mum feeds us and gets our names mixed up, and, in between short bouts of cuddling, we try to see how much we can irritate each other before the other one snaps.
Please let me know if my only-child conclusions are accurate.

Whilst drawing her it kind of turned into a homage to Sophie Corrigan, who does a lovely series of anatomy images you should check out. So this one's for you, Sophie C.

Finally, my Window Shopper Christmas cards sold out in 5 days! Holy crap! Thanks to everyone who bought some, I hope they get you in the festive spirit.


Thursday, 6 November 2014

Christmas Cards!

It's that time again, people!

My Christmas cards have just arrived from the printers, and once their cellophane wrappings have arrived (so they don't get damaged in the post) they will be ready to purchase!

The cards are A5, with crisp white envelopes. After much debate with myself, others and the printers, the inside of the cards are blank, so you can write your Christmassy messages to all and sundry.

There will be options to buy single cards for £1.50, packs of 6 for £5.50 and packs of 10 for £8.50 (plus postage).

(All cards are kitty approved)