Lost in a dungeon to be specific. This is printed in a RPG manual. I know dungeons are usually cramped and grimey but my interpretation was based on my own Dungeons and Dragons gaming experience as a teen. Those expansive cavernous dungeons, big enough to get lost in.
Illustration for a record cover project. I wanted to play with figure/ground relationships. Something different.
Re-interpretation of ‘The Three Little Pigs’. In this illustration the pigs turn the table on the wolf. Who is going to be eating who?
The intensity of this illustration, a figure study - the rendering of the fabric over her left side and other elements always pushes me towards including it in my portfolio. Even though for some this might be a risqué image it is not meant to offend and hopefully people will be able to look at the skills used to put it together. There’s a homage to Waterhouse for those in the know.
Book illustration, this goes towards the kind of stylisation I have a natural affinity towards. Somewhere in-between realistic and stylised. I want to show that I can render both in a realism mode and stylised mode or somewhere in between.
One of my older illustrations, that gothic victorian dress forces me to include this one in my portfolio.
Unsettling in a way, this illustration is surreal science fiction. I think strong female characters are interesting subjects.