The Bremen Town Musicians

As a portfolio piece, I illustrated the folk tale the Bremen Town Musicians, a story of four animals who seek a new home and livelihood in the town of Bremen and end up somewhere else entirely. Hold fast, for there are a lot of illustrations involved in depicting one story…

Creative Bankruptcy

Ah yes, the title card. Sometimes I come up with an absolutely wonderful way of depicting a movie, while showing my spin on it. Other times...what I'm talking about is nearly impossible to turn into a nice little snappy image. Sometimes it's because the source material is set in…

I know your job is hard, but I'm willing to make a few steps to make it work.

I recently watched a documentary on famous poster artist Drew Struzan - so this is my terrible attempt at making a Struzan-esque piece of art. And what movie did I choose to illustrate? THE WATCHER, of courseThe Watcher" title="" /> The fantastic movie drinking game podcast Alcohollywood is going to be…

The last of the musicians

Now, I know I should organise these in a proper post, but so far, I'll just post the final few images. If you haven’t yet seen the other posts, the first is here , the second here and the third set of illustrations is here.   The fourth set is here…

I'd like to be your old man

I dug up a little known movie called Fortune and Men's Eyes, which is a fantastically...odd movie about prison. More specifically, it's like a weird alternate universe prison where all the men ever think about is having sex with each other. And this is several years before Oz. Anyway…

You're mine. You're everything that counts.

"You're wrong!" So, it's been a long time since I've done a straight-up one coloured drawing, and I've missed the process with the pencil. This is a title card for the 1968 drama The Sergeant - or at least, the unfinished version, before I put the patented Infamous Queer colour…