Saturday, 23 August 2014


All the illustrations for Mysteriarch 4 are pretty much done and scanned in, we just need to put the words and pictures together, like this---

In the Land of Red Cows

Diptych I drew quite a few years back, can't really remember what the right hand one was about (aside from a massive admiration for the paintings of Camille Rose Garcia) but the left hand one is definitely about my fear of corn crisps.

Slate/Wine sketchbook stuff

Not quite sure what to do having finished the many illustrations for Mysteriarch 4, so have been sketching whatever comes to mind in my latest favourite posca combination--Slate Grey and Red Wine. The smallest size these colours come in is 3m and I never typically draw with anything that thick, so it feels a bit clumsy but it's certainly quite a change from .25. 
Some of the following images continue my collaborations with Mysteriarch writer Andrew Barron, the catchy inspirational phrases are his work (although the more or less badly executed lettering is mine).

I had second go at this one, but I still don't think I'm finished with it--

I also extend my apologies to Gamera, Megalon, Al Columbia and Ernst Haeckel.

Monday, 21 April 2014


Pencil case i made of this design I have for sale at spoonflower.
Originally it was in fact a posca pen drawing based on this still from the titles of the Roger Corman film Attack of the Crab Monsters.

simple crab monsters

Saturday, 12 April 2014

Joan Crawford with 40lb Salmon

It's just an old sketch of Joan Crawford holding a 20lb salmon.


my second 'music video', guest starring Beryl from Sons and Daughters.

Oh wait, I think this is how you're supposed to promote your spoonflower designs

here is a toile de jouy style design I did based on the Bava film The Girl Who Knew Too Much
The Girl Who Knew Too Much

Spoonflower shop

I've got a shop on spoonflower these days, if you could do with some fabric with things like flying slugs, aquatic deer, anthropomorphised afghan hounds or giallo inspired images, etc, printed on it. These are some of the images I used for the designs, but there are lots of more digitally edited ones that can only now be viewed on the spoonflower shop now since I had a hard drive disaster. Some of them are quite good.

various sketches of crying peppa pig costumes

drawing of a dream, including guest appearance from giant billboard of this amazing seventies poster I found in my grandparents' house.


my first youtube music video, for 'Animals Like the Pop' by Harry Winkler.