Monthly Archives: April 2015

Of Tea and Dragons (also, bones and glue)

Hello again, dear reader! This time, I thought I might share some art process and a bit of poetry with you. The following images are (in order) the drawing for the Tea Dragons Alphabet poem (more about Tea Dragons in … Continue reading

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Two Gentlemen by the name of Dunsany

Originally posted on Druid Life:
It would be fair to say that Lord Dunsany, aka Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, 18th Baron of Dunsany,  is one of my favourite authors, and his ‘The King of Elfland’s Daughter’ haunts me in…

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A history of Fast Food

Originally posted on Druid Life:
If you found the magical centre of the world, what would you do? Fast Food at the Centre of the World first existed as a small number of instalments written and drawn by Tom Brown.…

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Fast Food at the Centre of the World.

To those who have been following my blog for a while, this chap may look familiar. I may now provide a proper introduction. His name is Gary, and he is an incomparable pastry chef (and, well, it must be said, … Continue reading

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Seize the carp!

Who is a lucky illustrator then? It’s me. I’m the one! I’m a lucky illustrator. I’m in the enviable position at the moment of being able to pick my jobs based on work that I find/fun/interesting/worthwhile. This brings us naturally … Continue reading

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