I am most active elsewhere now, I had just popped back here and realised I hadn't updated in two years. Thought I should leave a note in case any one turned up here.
(Edited with added links January 2016)
Wednesday, 11 September 2013
I have created an account over at Cargo collective. In addition to what has already been posted here there is a new small selection of images I created for fun which I have posted over there. Here is one of them, you can view the rest over at Sarah Hughes at Cargo Collective .
Thursday, 30 May 2013
This was my winning submission for Hawkwood Books's competition to design a cover for the soon to be released children's book The Strange Encounter of Sally Shakespeare and Toby Tinker by Adam Rawlins. Very exciting to have my cover published on a real book.
And this is my response to The Penguin design award brief for Puffin,
design a cover for the Wind in the Willows.
This is my response to this year's Cheltenham Illustration Award brief. The theme was mood and memory, and also that the piece should be inspired by Holst's Planets suite. The brief also said the piece shouldn't be about planets but I thought maybe I'd try to use a colour scheme based around planets - this lead to finding a picture of a variety of eggs which echoed the colour scheme. I got thrown into a line of thought relating eggs to the theme of mood and memory, how as a food it can be quite nostalgic, for example I would associate soft boiled egg and soldiers with childhood. But also in a wider sense I thought of applying this to the memory of earth, to represent earths history - dinosaurs and evolution.
These are some pages from a project illustrating a story about a woman who wanted to eat a child. We were provided with some lines of text and could aim the project at any audience. I chose to illustrate it as pages for a children's book.