Sunday, 10 January 2016

Golden wedding invitations

Golden wedding invitation for Judith and Tony's celebration back in September; front and back pages. The images are things that hold significance for them, with a few of my own additions and interpretations. I was pleased with this and, more importantly, they were too.

Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Lost - Illustration Friday

A Fox lost in a forest, all alone...

(But gradually finding the way back).

Friday, 13 July 2012

Oak tree sketch

Starting to work things out at last. This is a pen sketch of an amazing oak tree in south London. That's all :-)

Wednesday, 4 April 2012

The Birds of Greenwich Park 1996-2011

This is the cover of the booklet I co-authored. It's basically an annotated checklist of the birds seen in Greenwich Park, London over the past 16 years. One of the aims is to encourage people in the city to realise that there is wildlife around and it is worth saving. If you don't know it's there, then you won't care when it's lost :-)

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Valentine's Day ACEO

A Valentine's Day ACEO for my wife! I was thinking of the creatures we see around us and the nice things that make us happy, especially at this time of year.

Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Ellie's picture

I was commissioned to create a picture for my cousin's daughter who is now 4 years old! Hope she likes it. She wanted lots of pink creatures, butterflies and giraffes. You can also find her name (Elen), a trumpet, a Giant Anteater, a Mole, a Bullfinch, a Roseate Spoonbill, a Whitethroat, a Robin, a Long-eared Owl, a Fox with a top hat (of course) and two Badgers, amongst other things...

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Christmas card and Creative Tuesdays

A design for a Christmas card, with local landmarks as a backdrop. Poor, neglected Ghost Blog :-)

I just added this to the Twelve days of Christmas theme for Creative Tuesdays:

Monday, 5 September 2011

Part of a new project I'm doing about wildlife in London. A bit of an experiment with a different pen (not the fineline pens I usually use) for a change and no watercolour... I quite like the results so far, the very simple image created.