Monday, 25 November 2013
Sunday, 24 November 2013
Friday, 22 November 2013
I'm also considering making John Hurt's Doctor much larger but that will have to wait till tomorrow. It's unlikely I'll get this finished before the episode airs tomorrow evening but it's been fun doing some intensive drawing again.
Monday, 18 November 2013
Sunday, 28 July 2013
I had some inspiration for the poster layout when I was coming to end of my sketch work. I had a reference image of Davros' hand and realised it would be really menacing and creepy to have the hand enlarged looming over the poster. There's definitely some influence from 1950's science fiction posters coming through. It adds some great symbolism for Davros being the creator and controller of the Daleks. It also looks like he's moving the Dalek like a chess piece.
Davros still needs work as I just sketched in some of the areas late last night to give an idea of where I wanted to take it. I also have to include the Doctor. I may include the companions and I also have an idea for using the running soldiers along the bottom of the image to represent the war from the storyline.
Sunday, 5 May 2013
Sunday, 10 March 2013
Saturday, 9 March 2013
Above is my first piece for the poster, showing Matt Smith's Doctor looking rather shocked and upset. Quite a tricky start but starting to get the likeness down now. This episode has a wonderful use of colour and lighting which make for perfect screengrab reference.
Tuesday, 5 March 2013
Started working on this drawing for a friend. Haven't drawn anything like this in a long time so it's been fun working with line to create brick and stone textures. I've started working during my lunch breaks to actually get some art done. Hopefully I can keep this up and actually continue to post some new stuff here over the upcoming months.
Thursday, 3 January 2013
The above sketch was done on A3 and was definitely a challenge. I worked from a photograph so I would be drawing how others see me rather than drawing my mirror reflection as I have done in the past. It is a flawed drawing despite a lot of time trying to re work areas. In particular the left side of the face gave me problems. This is a great example of a piece of work that follows the "art is never finished, only abandoned" quote.