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 :-)
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...
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.
This is an old ghost image from my sketchbook which may be used for some flyers advertising a Halloween film night locally. No pay, but it's nice that something hidden away in a dusty old sketchbook is being seen by people!