I like to draw characters using ink and personify them with nonsense poetry to bring them to life. I also enjoy animating using Adobe’s software, as well as educating myself in game design and development using Flash and ActionScript 3.0.
My most recent projects have revolved around anthropomorphism. By taking Read More...
Here are 5 of nine anthropomorphic characters I've illustrated as part of a zine. Inspiration usually comes in the form of an animal encyclopedia, with which I draw from for reference, often using the internet as another source for reference material.
A self-initiated project that's still in progress. I find it interesting how the body padding worn by athletes exaggerates their body shape, particularly with american footballers / hockey players. Coupled with the anthropomorphic theme, I'm experiment
These two box-framed dioramas were entries into the Round Tower Exhibition in Southsea during April 2011. The brief was to interpret the phrase "Strong Island" using any kind of medium. I looked at old sepia photographs dating back to WWI, Portsmouth's
The Misadventures of Pirate Boy is a 7-and-a-half-minute short animation about a paper pirate who is exiled by his captain and fellow shipmates. The animation is a cautionary tale blended with stop-motion, flash animation and live-action se
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