Here are a couple of pics which were both done for talented Irishmen. First up is an ode to the toaster, the murderer of bread, which I did for the inimitable Mr Stephen Kelleher.
Next up is a doodle portrait of hirsute Mr Steve McCarthy which I did for a surprise exhibition in honour of his birthday organised by the talented Mr Mick Minogue.
Another set of mugshots through the years, like the Christmas present I'd posted before here. This one was a commission and I was working from photos, but they seemed to turn out ok and I quite like the different wallpapers I threw in behind the four stages.
Here are four pieces I did as a Christmas present for a friend. They chart her maturing from little brat to grown up brat. As I didn't know her before college, the first two exercise a little artistic license.
Here are some designs I did for Millennium fx a few months back. They were for the look of the Wooden King and Queen from the Doctor Who Christmas Special, The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe. They evolved from something resembling a creepy Ent to something closer to a medieval relief sculpture or a chess piece.
The guys who built them did an amazing job of creating suits that had a cracked hard wooden texture but still allowed the actor to move about. Here's the finished King messing with the Doctor's sonic screwdriver.