Illustrations for an imaginary age
What’s been going on…
I’ve been reasonably quiet on the blog recently, and I’m determined to post more regularly for the rest of the year.
As a bit of a catch-up post, here are some pictures – illustrations and photographs – from the last couple of months.
A little view in to my studio/office set-up at the moment.
Tools of the trade.
Pens and pencils.
The slip case for Taschen’s amazing book on 2001: A Space Odyssey.
A fairly typical, and amazing, spread from the 2001 book.
I met a parakeet.
Shadows in the walled garden at Ham House.
Ham House under a brooding sky.
What we do in the shadows (take photographs).
A seventeenth century teapot at Ham House.
Nothing vile about a classic Penguin book cover.
A flavour of the excellent Monotype Recorder.
Sketching some sci-fi scenery for a commission.
I’ve been freelancing here, on Eel Pie Island, for a couple of weeks.
Eel Pie details.
Eel Pie Slipways.
I was featured in this month’s Artist & Illustrator magazine.
Big sky, big clouds.
Beautiful light in Bushy Park near where I live.
Green Woodpecker (or Yaffle) in flight.
Red deer in Bushy Park.
Sketching landscapes for a commission.
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