Monday, 17 December 2012

Dr Who - Cleric Wars APP game

So it's been a busy year what with the heavy freelance workload at Designworks and teaching a new set of students at UCA, commuting from my new location in Windsor. I've decided to put these images up before the year is out to show some of my favourite work I've been involved in. These feature heavily in a recently released App game for 'Character Options'. The game is called 'Cleric Wars' which is an augmented reality smart phone game. I was commissioned to create all cut visuals to compliment the voice over of this Dr Who extended universe game.. These are at a fairly low resolution for obvious reasons and are all copyright of Character Options.. Hope you enjoy.

quick painting 05

This is tonights speed painting, I'm warming up to doing some real world, real paint, real canvas, real mess work over the christmas break, due to having a bare walled new flat. Going to try and inject the same immediacy and energy with limited colour palettes. 

Sunday, 16 December 2012

selected life drawings

Here are some of my recent life drawings. Been attending the superb life drawing classes with Patrick Palmer at the Windsor firestation. I'm leaving out the uber scrappy speculative sketches, these are the slightly longer studies.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

another 20 minute painting

A spare 20 minutes so decided on some subject matter and hit the tablet.. Really enjoying these..

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

quick sketch 03

Todays routine, sculpt doctor who figure- nine hours, late night workshop club making christmas party costume-3 hours, and digital paint until I drop, coincidently only took 20 minutes, perfect end to a looooong, creative day.. zzzzzzzzzz

Monday, 10 December 2012

20 minute digital painting

Tonights effort. Managing to squeeze in some quick paintings every night at the moment despite a heavy work load at Designworks.. This was another 20 minutes well spent and enjoyed..

Sunday, 9 December 2012

15 minutes of fun

15 minute sketch, no aim other than to speed up the drawing process and lay down a colour scheme early on..