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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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Speed is of the Essence!

The process of drawing or illustrating a piece of art is a time consuming one. However, people are often asking me how do I do the paintings. In response to this, I try, on notable commissions and my Celebrity Sunday caricatures, do a speed render video…

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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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Documentary: Moving to capture!

This is a quick and simple post, to do an update. I have mentioned a few times that I will be doing. documentary about how I do my work. Well, it has taken some time, but the first steps have been made now. I finally got around to buying a DSLR, with video capabilities. This will mean that soon…

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Where there’s honey!

What HoneyPot is, is giving a fake piece of information on your webpage that a bot is searching for. When it hits that blank form field, baited URL or whatever…

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Cyprus

Cyprus – Part II

Seems like my fear of flying can’t stop me now. After my trip to Athens for the ΕΒΓΕ award committee for illustration in February, I was to fly off again to warmer climes, and the wonderful Cyprus again, for the next round of conference events in Graphic Stories Cyprus 2018…

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Boosting

Boosting creativity

Since as long as I can remember I had always had a pencil in my hand. Apart from the infantile scribbling that we all go through with those mammoth wax crayons, the first time I remember well was when I was drawing images…

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Evolution

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Through many of my travels around the internet I see many a story and image of artist’s personal

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Because I’m a traditionalist!

I’m not the best caricaturist out there, but I enjoy doing them. It satisfies my hunger to be creative, and at the same time tackles the challenge to test my abilities. Most of the time people get to see the end result; the finished image set ready to be posted on multiple sites. Very rarely do you get a chance to look at and study the first step in the process; the sketch.

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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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