These are some images from my current project. My grandparents lived in Sudan for a year, where my grandma became the first woman to pass her driving test. I love the stories she has told me, so I am basing my project on them.
These are a couple of random images I found. The bottom one is from one of my life-drawing sessions last term. I love life-drawing, it really does improve your drawing. The other two are some elephants, quite pointless, but rather happy, nonetheless.
These are some of the paintings I produce for a local shop to sell on my behalf. They are all black and white, most of them on long thin canvases, though I have done some smaller ones in the past. I also take commissions too when people want them.
These are some studies that I did of horse anatomy. I really love looking into how things move, especially animals, but I am also getting interested in human anatomy too. It turns out that it's very hard, but it's something I really want to try more of.
This is an Easter present I created for my dad. It's a doorstop. He's a little obsessed with chickens to say the least, and we currently have four living in our garden. I made it on a little sewing machine I got for my birthday, and it took about a day.
These are some rather fantastical photos I took at Lyme Regis a couple of Summers ago. I'm not really into photography much, but I quite like looking for different perspective and angles. I might paint them one day, if I ever get round to it!
3 Graffitis I did on the Facebook application using a Graphics Tablet. I like choosing slightly less cliché animals, like the piglet. Plus I really like working on a long shaped canvas. Just a bit different.
I am an illustrator based in Surrey, with a love for traditional illustrations. My work usually consists of pen and ink or watercolours, and often tell a story. My favourite area of study is animals, especially horses, and how they move, but I try to keep my work and it's subjects as broad as possible.