Paul and Tori asked me to draw the church where they were getting married for their service sheet - I did a simple pen and ink drawing for them:
I was commissioned by Alice and Peter to draw some handwritten text in mint and coral for their wedding invitation - the final result is below:
There were a couple of alternatives that I gave them to choose from (I originally drew them in a more blue shade, this was adjusted digitally later to fit the couple's colour scheme more closely). Click to view larger:
Maya commissioned me to draw a picture of her sister's new house to give to her as a birthday present:
pencil, watercolour, pen
I've been working on a logo design for new theatre company Go People - click on images below to see the design process.
My sister commissioned me to design a tattoo of an octopus for her. See below for images showing the drafting process, the final design and the tattoo itself. The final tattoo is approximately 2 x 2 inches.
I was commissioned by the UCL MA Museum Studies Exhibition Project group to design an image for their "War Transformed?" event at the Science Museum's Dana Centre.
The event is described as follows: Has war gone beyond a human scale? Conflict has driven medical, scientific and technological developments - but at what cost to humanity? Do drones allow us to remain too detached? Ultimately, should we limit the innovations driven by war?
My final image design (gouache, photocopy transfer, letraset, pencil, ink) is below, along with a few images of the process (click to enlarge).
Emily and Graham asked for an image of a land rover to go on the back of their service sheets - click the thumbnails below to see the illustration process.
I was commissioned to draw a scene from C. S. Lewis' 'The Voyage of the Dawn Treader', where the character Eustace is transformed from a dragon back into a boy through the lion Aslan's intervention. Like many of Lewis' books, there is a Christian allegory in the story, and so I was asked to include text from the Bible (Ephesians 4: 22 and Romans 12:2) in the illustration.
Below: First draft
Below: Final piece, pencil.
One of my biggest projects for a while - a hand-drawn map for Emily and Graham's wedding. Ink with a dip pen and brush.
If you are interested in the process, please click on the thumbnails below to see how we got from initial draft to final map. The project took around 20 hours (over several weeks) to complete.
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