This is a quick digital portrait I did in Photoshop, using an online reference for the model and painting it in my own style.
Part of a commissioned project for clients in Australia. For this oil painting I used titanium white, black, Ochre, Umber and Payne’s grey. It was nice to get the opportunity to paint again, especially with a subject that I have grown to work from in… Read More »Oil Painting of Luca the Dog
Part of a commissioned project for a client in Australia. I used a mixture of oil paints such as, burnt sienna, orange, titanium white, black and dark umber. It was interesting to paint a horse for a change as its a subject that I don’t… Read More »Oil Painting of Blaze the Horse
This was my first proper attempt at digitally drawing a portrait using a drawing tablet and Photoshop. I found a reference online to which I added my own style to, in regards of paint strokes and paint splatters.
Using Photoshop and a drawing tablet, I thought I would try out digital drawing. I found a reference image of a dog online and created this portrait.
Using a 2.0 HB mechanical pencil I drew this simple portrait of a female. Recently I have gotten into adding a crosshatch effect to my work, keeping this sketchy stylised look.
Quick portrait sketch done in my sketchbook of a reference I found online. I used a 2.0 mechanical pencil.
Simple portrait sketch that I drew in my spare time from an online reference. I used a 0.2 HB mechanical pencil.
Shot of bridges in Ouseburne, Newcastle taken on 35mm film. The image captures the different industrial engineering the city provides in a gritty, urban manner. The tones really adding to the image in casting interesting shadows, and pointing the viewer to the centre of the… Read More »Bridges of Ouseburne