Always watching me do work either side of my tablet.

Self portrait.


30 minute imagination sketch. I’ve been working on some other things lately, and they’re really testing my skill levels. Making me irritable. So trying to wind down this evening with something I know how to do.


Painted for the scottish hardcore/metal band Revulsion and their EP cover titled “Born Into Suffering”

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I’m still immensly happy with how this piece turned out, still the hardest painting I’ve had to do to date.

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Got some new glasses. Repping the Tortoiseshell.

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Lich, imagination sketch. Just putting in the work, trying not to use reference.


Imagination sketch. I’ve been forcing myself to draw without being reliant on reference lately. There’s some things that I know I need to work on, but overall. I’m happy that I’m starting to be able to do things from my head.


The dancings over, time to get dirty.

Last study of the day.

Quick 1 hour 30 minute colour study from a photo. I lost the original reference image, but it was found on the Earthporn Reddit.

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To Catch an Art Thief…


As those of you who’ve been following me for a while will remember, way back in 2012 I slowly drove myself to madness ran an art marathon project called 100 Days of Art to raise funds for Arts Emergency. On Day 78, I published the illustration below of The Walking Dead's Daryl Dixon, as shown by the included RT from the charity itself.


Fast forward to DeviantArt on 03 July 2014 and, alongside the usual requests to draw bizarre fetish scenarios for very little money, I receive a notice that some fella operating under the username JimsNerdNation has been taking credit for the work of many artists - myself included - and even selling for a profit. They included a link to a YouTube video that opens, I see, with a familiar yet different image.

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Signal boosting for topic of Art Plagiarism.