Here is a poster I designed. I have always been experimenting with text and imagery and I thought this would make an interesting poster. 2 versions – one black and white, and the other in colour. As with my other posters they do not advertise anything but try to evoke thoughts and feelings.
As you can see from my previous blog posts I have created several vinyl toys and characters over the past year or so. For each one I created a logo, however the logo may not be shown in the images I have captured. Some of the logos can be seen in the image below. I will post up some more of these logos later.
Another group of images from my fashion illustration series. It is nice to get away form the computer and draw in pencil and ink. I have previously looked at character, style, pattern and costume, but with these images I wanted to look at anatomy. This is something I have more experience in, but here it is in the context of fashion.
A second set of images from way back in 2008. The explanation for the project can be found here.
The initiative that funded the project was called Pocket Shorts, but I now believe that this had been disbanded which is a shame. It was a good funding initiative to give film makers, game designers and creatives a chance to fund small projects for mobile phones.
The work has been archived at a site called Pocket Place, but it looks like this is not getting updated either.
I’ve no idea what I was trying to do it these sketches. I was trying something new in photoshop with portraits, but I don’t know what. Sometimes it can be hard to experiment in digital media and sometimes it doesn’t work.
With these images I’m looking at costume design and character. Using pencil and fine liners to get different results I am trying to express the different emotions that the costumes can present. I am also taking influences from the photography of Helmut Newton and the fashion designs of Thierry Mugler.
The fourth and final set from this series. Here we see the interior of the brain and also the human intestines.
The final set of medical images, created at my former job as a medical illustrator.
A third set of medical images, created in Maya and Zbrush. I created both interior and exterior anatomy for a series of teaching modules. Below are three different screenshots from these teaching modules.
A second set of medical images, created in Maya and Zbrush.