I call it ‘a gentleman’s bouquet’. Photoshop.
A pretty large wall design I created for a rice and noodle bar that opened in Birmingham a couple of months ago. A pile of Asian food-inspired characters and snacks were sketched on paper, in Photoshop, then turned into separate vector objects and printed on a huge sticker base, later applied to the wall.
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Twin Peaks has been rewatched and enjoyed once again.
As a little tribute I decided to sketch out a couple of characters from the series and got a little carried away.
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A little personal project I’ve been working on for some time.
I decided that there’s not enough Disney-princess-themed art on the net and that the humanity definitely needs my contribution to the heritage *sarcastic cough*. So here is a darker take on Disney gals, with Snow White painted digitally and other two remaining pencil drawings/sketches.
1. Those who read the store might remember that an innocent hare/rabbit was murdered and its heart extracted in order to cover for Snow White while she was hanging out with the dwarfs.
2. Beauty and the Beast - a story about a girl that played her cards well and got a castle together with family jewellery and antique cutlery. Good work there.
3. And little Ariel who came to realization that seafood tastes amazing and she is still half-human.
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An illustration I did for INDIE magazine’s anniversary issue. The theme was “The Ten Commandments” and the one I’ve picked was #4 - “Honour thy father and thy mother”. I took the subject of inheritance literally, which added… uhm.. some gore to the meaning. Did a couple of sketches, but the mag editors (godbless) decided that they are okay with going “as dark as possible”, which totally worked for me.
I used watercolour and ink for the actual piece, which was then scanned and slightly touched digitally before exporting for print.
That was good fun.
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That default anonymous pic creeps me out a little, looks like a stalker in sunglasses! Especially when imagining that all the messages come from the same person, ha.
No but really, how does one know for sure?