I wanted to do this illustration for DrawaDot with a futuristic feel to it, and when I saw the text in the corner of the mount board, I just had to incorporate it into the final piece of work.
You’re going to have to visualise this with gold around her body (think ReadyBrek glow), rather than the pooey orange that appears once it has been scanned. Or don’t focus on the gold at all but the fact that I drew the Les Mills logos in teen tiny letters and drawing fonts is, in my point of view, harder than anything else. Even harder than drawing feet!
This illustration was a pitch for a magazine editorial inspired by the cover of Gemma Bovery, a graphic novel by Posy Simmonds and one of my favourite writers and illustrators. This doesn’t have the punch Posy’s cover does because the lead has a shifty look in her eyes but I’ve always loved that crimson flash on danger on a deep blue background.
It may not be summer when you’re reading this but I can assure you that today everyone will be wearing as much clothing as the woman below. I have to start thinking about autumn and Christmas at this time of year in regarding to commissions so am moving towards to icy blues, white and deep greens. But the odd pink and yellow illustration slips through.
A recent illustration of Robert La Roche eyewear. There’s only one thing worse that having to draw a circle but that’s having to draw two next to each other. But I love a challenge me!
This week, is an illustration of the fantastic writer, actress and BAFTA award winner, Michaela Coel. She’s truly wonderful, and I cannot use the word wonderful enough.
I saw on Illustration Friday this week that the theme is shoes and I excitedly uploaded this one as it is one of my favourite images. However, it’s not one of my most popular ones, but then the ones I like are rarely loved by anyone else. If only, these two opinions would match!
This particular shoe design is by No 21.
This week, here are a few fashion works of women rocking stripes.