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Art and Race

When I was a young child, my family moved to (what was then) the largest single housing estate in the UK. I was a little naive at the time, as I had not seen or knew much of the world, but later found out that it was an all white estate. I found this out the day…

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Pausing Patreon

After four months of slogging away on Patreon, and only 2 low-end patrons, I have realised I must review the way Patreon can attract patrons. It’s not simply a case of adding great content. More over, it is about how you deliver the content…

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Saturday Night Fever

Recently I have been getting some interest in knowing the process in which I work. Mainly, how I get from the idea to the completed work. This is mainly via comments gathered from the Celebrity Sunday series. Many people don’t believe I do the whole caricature…

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Five Day Portrait Challenge

During the last week in November I took part in the Facebook: Five Day Portrait Challenge by Paintable. Honestly I don’t think I need to do the course to improve my skills. After all I am a professional illustrator, but I thought it would be good to freshen up some ideas and try something…

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Business as usual! Part Two

I was recently at a. friend’s exhibition opening and stumbled into another creative friend. We talked a little about those creative matters, and he then came out with this statement that I had not considered. Some 4 years ago I decided to drop everything…

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Business as usual!

Working freelance is a very difficult and tiring profession at the best of times. Trying to juggles several projects at the same time, or having work intensive projects cutting into quality time is a very hard part to balance in the creative world.

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Patreon is coming!

From The start of next year I will have a fully functioning Patreon page. What does this mean to you reading this? Well a series of things will be happening and changing. There will be more news closer toward the date but to get the ball rolling, I have laid to some of the basics here.

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Warrant an update

Now, I’ve had my Wacom Cintiq 27HDQ for almost two years now. Basically the life span of their warranty coverage. So I thought it was time to add a note to my previous post about when I first purchased the item…

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Copyright isn’t rocket science!

When copyright was created some three hundred years ago, it was a sound concept. The opportunity for steal creative works in those days was very localised, and so the law was pretty strong in defending the creative…

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EBGE…and the goldfish came second!

My grandmother was always special to me. I really had a moment when I was told of her passing some years back. She was very open and spoke her mind. This was one of the things I adored about her…

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8in x 10in Horizontal
This translates as 20.32 x 25.4cm
8in x 10in Vertical
This translates as 20.32 x 25.4cm
12in x 16in Horizontal
This translates as 30.48 x 40.64cm.
12in x 16in Vertical
This translates as 30.48 x 40.64cm.
12in x 18in Horizontal
This translates as 30.48 x 45.72cm.
12in x 18in Vertical
This translates as 30.48 x 45.72cm.
16in x 20in Horizontal
This translates as 40.64 x 50.8cm.
16in x 20in Vertical
This translates as 40.64 x 50.8cm.
18x24in Horizontal
This translates as 45.72 x 60.96cm.
18x24in Vertical
This translates as 45.72 x 60.96cm.
24x36in Horizontal
This translates as 60.96 x 91.44cm.
24x36in Vertical
This translates as 60.96 x 91.44cm.
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