Sunday, 18 July 2010

'Cold Contagious'

I was hoping to make a slightly different post today as I was meant to be doing a photography shoot for the talent Brothers Grimmer this afternoon. Disapointingly a sickness has taken me and my family and so the shoot has not come to pass. Hopefully I'll catch up with the band later in the week or so.

Not wanting to waste my time feeling sorry for myself however I wrapped myself up in a blanket, grabbed a hot water bottle, a pile of medicine and suitable supplies of tissues for blowing my nose with and decided to catch up on some work requested by All Animal Rescue to design the wraparound graphics for their collection tins.

I went with a couple of fairly basic concepts, layout and content is still to be discussed but these are my two intial concepts(before criticism and change requests.)



In response to these designs a further request for a banner design was made based on the second design from above.

Monday, 12 July 2010

Skull Logo Design Phase 3

Final design finished, this one was a little bit more ambitious than the last few, the feathers took a massive amount of time and it wasn't untill i'd finished delicately painting in the buffalo fur that it's not actually traditional on a normal indian headress. I was working from memory of a head dress i'd seen once.

I'm pretty happy with it however and the entire series of hats has been a fun run of concepts, there may be more in the future.

Saturday, 10 July 2010

Scribble of the Week #006

My sketch books are forever filled with random mind-scrawlings and scribbles that will otherwise never be used for anything or be seen by anyone, because of this I bring you "Scribble of the week".

Scribble of the week is a weekly feature(on and off probably) where i'll be posting a random sketch, scribble, design or element from one of my various sketch books. These will always be unfinished pieces of work and will often, most likely, be very eclectic.

Here's another old one.

The date of the scan itself goes back to 2007 so this particular scribble is at least 3 years old and almost totally forgotten about. Looking at it though it's tempting to clean it up and finish it.

The concept was inspired by the 100 themes challenge, this particular image was meant to represent "Sorrow". In my head I wanted to do an image of a homeless or otherwise unfortunate person sat hunched with their hand in their hands... it's pretty tough to resist the urge of adding horns/ tails and clovern feet at the best of times but when I considered the idea of a 'fallen angel' who would ofcourse be quite the sorrowful sort I couldn't resist at all.