Friday, November 28, 2014

it was almost a year ago that I worked on this game and I can now post it up here for all to see.
I was asked by Forrest Pruzan (those excellent game developers and designers in Seattle), to help out with the high end artwork for Disney's "trivial pursuit" - type game.
They needed some really seductive shiny blue glass for the actual play area of the board as well as the cards, counters and 'Mickey Dials'.
Well I've done plenty of glass in my time so was very pleased to lend a hand on this.
I've still not experienced the game, but it might be an idea as a christmas present for someone, then I can!
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Monday, November 10, 2014


My first ever, paid, commission, came whilst I was at art college in Liverpool.
I think I saw a ad in NME asking for artists to work on rock posters, well who could resist that kind of offer?
I'd just seen Queen in concert at the Liverpool Empire and had taken a couple of reels of b/w film as reference shots.
The artwork was around A1 in size and produced using airbrush, inks, water colour, gouache and colour pencil, and I still have the original tucked away in a drawer.
I delivered it by hand on the train down to London and received a big fat cheque for £260, and felt pleased to have earned my first payment for illustration work.
I went on to illustrate Pink Floyd, Police and Yes, the latter two being published in the book Visions of Rock.

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