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.
Thank you for checkin’ it out!
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.
For more peeks on work in progress, sketchez and everyday moments of
an always-in-motion a Londoner follow my instagram!
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?
Took part in a project called ‘Species’ where a number (a lot) of artists from all over the world had to create a piece dedicated to their favourite animal. This ‘animal’ had to sit within the exact form of the hosting company’s logo.
A number of pretty artworks have been created, you can take a look here: http://www.species.theanimal.co/
And I obviously tried to fit cat stuff into this logo form, because cats are awesome and I enjoy working on detailed pieces.
My initial sketch for a London market themed illustration.
Magazine editor preferred the second version but I actually like this one more :) Would have looked pretty alright coloured in I thought.
Decided to share it.
An illustration I did for 1626 Magazine’s 9th anniversary. Theme - the joy of markets! London markets, to be more precise.
I wanted to show the atmosphere of any London market on a busy weekend morning - so much stuff to see and taste, what a treat.
Guess what - some of my original dotted inks are looking for a new home!
And a new owner - someone who likes weird-ish black and white ink on paper drawings.
Those are the recent skull drawing (A4) and two A5 ones featuring the diving octopus and a record player.
I will happily sign, pack and post straight away, with a secret drawing added to the parcel as a little thank-you from me ^_^