The cover image for the little book of children's dreams I illustrated entitled Tomato Rain.
It will be published shortly by the mighty Roger Omar
.Click to enlarge.
My horse lost at the Cheltenham Gold Cup yesterday. I had to sell grandma to pay the bookies.ZenBrush on iPad. Click to enlarge.
I drew this whilst listening to the news about Chris Huhne
on the radio.ZenBrush and ArtStudio on iPad. Click to enlarge.
A group of Tomato Witches, A Blind Artist and a Blocked Writer, and a Dying Writer in bed. Three sketches for the Almussafes project and forthcoming exhibition.Pencil with digital colour, various sizes but smallish. Click to enlarge.
It just occurred to me that I could draw the person I'm Skyping while they rant on unawares.Pen and ink 15cm x 10cm. Click to enlarge.
My best effort at painting Piero della Francesca's portrait of Federico da Montefeltro entirely from memory.Gouache 27cm x 24cm. Click to enlarge.
This image just popped into my head whilst reading in bed. Luckily I sleep with my iPad and caught it before dropping off.
Adobe Ideas on iPad.
Every tomato I bite into lately seems to contain a witch.
Two more variants of Dream no.1 from the forthcoming Almussafes
book of Spanish children's dreams.Click to enlarge.
More from the Book of Four Letter Words
Ukiyo-e on iPad
My contribution to this week’s Illustration Friday prompt, “Glow”. The coloring is messy and ugly, but the idea was fun to try and pull off quickly.
I received a postcard addressed to "Sheikh Denada" from a Californian admirer. At the same time I was reading a lot about new silk hats in Tono-Bungay
by H.G.Wells. So that's how I came to draw this.Adobe Ideas on iPad. Click to enlarge.
Sometimes the treasure we seek is right under our nose.Pencil and watercolour. A3 size. Click to enlarge.
I was trying out the Zen Brush app
and drew this portrait of my sick dog
who's been laid up in dog hospital for two days.ZenBrush on iPad. Click to enlarge.
In demonstrating the Paper 53 app
to Paul, I ended up drawing him.Paper53 on iPad. Click to enlarge.
The time has come to write my autobiography.Paper 53 app on iPad. Click to enlarge.
A self portrait as, er....moons.123D and PShop Touch on iPad. Click to enlarge.
All self-explanatory, I trust.Paper53 on iPad. Click to enlarge.
I dreamed that I was stuck on Salisbury Plain.Gouache and pencil 25cm x 43cm. Click to enlarge.
All the different Me's are gathering dust in a lock-up garage in Neasden.Pen and ink with watercolour 11cm x 14cm. Click to enlarge.
I was thinking of the guy with the fish eye in Cocteau's mural at the Menton Wedding Hall
.Casein paint and pencil. 17cm x 17cm. Click to enlarge.
Tiny alien mind reading probes as described by a Spanish child from dreams collected by Roger Omar.Gouache A3 size. Click to enlarge.
A pencil sketch for a post- London Olympics picture featuring a new, improved games: The Snoid Games.Pencil and digital toning. A3 size. Click to enlarge.
I read that Agrippa's
dog had a devil chained to its collar.Pen and ink over gouache. 11cm x 14cm. Click to enlarge.
The dream of Maria Angeles, a child from Almussafes, Spain. One of many children's dreams collected by Roger Omar.Casein paint on sugar paper 40cm x 41cm. Click to enlarge.