Here we have an illustration for the excellent first part of Caleb’s story, Agatha’s Hatchet, in which there is an attempted crumpet-pilfering, evil aunts are revealed, and an embarrassment of a nephew is attached to a tree with duct tape.
Also, as I’m going to be on vacation for the next week and a half, updates shall be suspended until sometime after July 9th.
Here’s the first of probably three follow-ups to the hurdler a few posts down.
I decided to add black to hurdler’s track suit so he didn’t look quite so naked, and for a little more variation in the design. This also meant that I could start using filled black areas as part of the style, as in the cyclist’s suit.
Since this week’s Illustration Friday topic is “punchline”, I figured it was a good time to post my latest comic.
This is for a secret project I’m helping with… I’ll post the final version whenever it’s finished, and there may also be a few more related illustrations in the series.
This was a quick illustration for a poll about cooking preferences in the office.
I believe his method of haunting involves popping into a room (riding crop tucked firmly under the old arm), uttering a hearty “Morning, chaps!”, and proceeding to knock every available top hat to the floor with all the ethereal dexterity of the eternally damned.
This week’s Illustration Friday topic is actually one that I’ve already visited on occasion (baby dragon, baby gryphon), and even this one, while new, is based on a sketch I did almost ten years ago. Rather than just post the sketch, though, I thought it might be nice to take this opportunity to practice getting a somewhat painterly style out of Photoshop. It sort of worked, I guess.