You may remember my previous post about creating a new female hippo mascot design, Stella? Well, my client was so pleased with the initial character design that I was commissioned to create some additional hippo cartoon characters. The purpose of these characters is to accompany blog or social media posts. So using our first Stella […]
I had a request recently to design a female hippo cartoon character. She needed to be friendly and welcoming, as well as instantly recognisable in busy LinkedIn and Facebook feeds.
So why do a Whale Shark cartoon drawing? Whale sharks have always been fascinating to me, even from a very young age. The sheer size and distinctive spotted skin always made this a memorable shark species to me as a kid. Noticing that there is also an official ‘whale shark day‘ celebrated each year too, […]
Ok, so we all know I’m a massive fan of the Jurassic Park movies… So, for a change to more cartoon dinosaurs, I thought I’d do a cartoon of the insect in amber that started the whole story. So what’s the deal with the insect in amber? Easy peasy for those who have seen the […]
You’ve probably already seen my cartoon Woolly Mammoth and Sabre-tooth tiger, but have you seen any of my other recent prehistoric animals? These were great fun to do – take a look below for yourself! Ceratogaulus This was my first real encounter with this critter – Ceratogaulus was basically a prehistoric rodent with a pair […]
I’ve recently begun a new series of sea creature cartoon illustrations and wanted to start the series with a well known (and thanks to films like Finding Nemo) and recognisable spieces – the clownfish! About my clownfish Clownfish have always intregued me, even from a very young age, watching them swimming around in aquariums. They […]
I’ve recently completed the design of a shark logo for a client who runs a fishing channel, The Lawless Tide! The brief My brief was to create a dynamic and eye-catching shark logo design for a fishing channel. The shark needed to be leaping out of the waves, pulling a fishing rod behind him – […]
Parasaurolophus was a large herbivore from the late Cretaceous period and belonged to a group known as the Hadrosaurs. This particular dinosaur is known for its large, elaborate head crest, which forms a long curved tube projecting upwards and back from the skull. Parasaurolophus was such a distinctive creature I just had(rosaur) to draw it […]