This is a collection of things I've done, places I've been and a log for all things I've seen.

small part of a work in progress

Anonymous asked: What is your general process when producing a piece of illustration?

Well I sit there and think about what to draw, what tv show/movie I’m watching at the time normally influences’ this.

I then draw out the subject in pencil (a William Shakespeare 2B pencil and my technical pencil) and separate to the original drawing I draw the shading so when I scan them in I have them as their own objects which makes it easier for colouring. (see below)

Once their scanned in I do some photoshop magic and I’m able to colour the lines and then with some brushes I made and gathered from around the web I add colour and then she’s complete.

And that’s all I’ve gotta say about that.

the life aquatic | with steve_zissou

feel free to ask me stuff

believe in the shield


walks up Curbar Edge and a Jamie Blackmoore burger at Annie’s burger shack (burger with delicious pulled pork on top)

arctic_monkeys | why’d you only call me when you’re high ?

prague_wall art


Movie week: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Probably my favourite film of 2014. I know it’s early in the year to make that statement but this film was brilliant. I’m a huge Wes Anderson fan and I’m running out of superlatives to use when I talk about his films.

It’s a story based around a young lobby boy called Zero and his work mentor Gustave H, who becomes his greatest and most trusted friend.

Everything about this movie was great. Ralph Fiennes plays Gustave perfectly, his charm and comedy was awesome which when paired with Tony Revolori who played Zero was stunning.

The world Wes creates is beautiful and all of the camera work and design used in the film was sublime. Like I said, I can’t speak highly enough of his work and this is his best film to date.

Rating: 10/10 - Pure brilliance, go see it.
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