Back in March, my film prop/set designer contact, Gemma, asked if I was available to create some drawings as props for the BBC’s latest version of Howard’s End. Originally a classic novel by EM Forster, the story is set in 1910 and follows the life of an intellectual and bohemian English-German family and their attempts
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I’m still continuing to draw regularly in pubs around Brighton. These images are either in biro or soft pencils – I try not to rub out too much, leaving the original line intact. It differentiates from digital illustration that is so much about perfection – the perfect line, the perfect white – which somehow loses
I spent a long weekend at End of the Road Festival – hipster hangout, lumberjack chic everywhere you look, the cider bus and some great music. The sun shone hard in the middle of the Dorset countryside so there are lots of sketches of people wearing hats and coping with too much heat and alcohol!
Views on my street and some animation ideas.