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 […]
As we’re rumbling through Jurassic June, I felt we needed to add some variation to our dinosaurs with a cartoon Pterodactyl. Why choose to do a cartoon pterodactyl? Not strictly a dinosaur, but is synonymous with what we have in mind when we think of prehistoric times. This particular pterodactyl is actually based on one […]
So yesterday was the Annual General Meeting for The Cartoonists Club of Great Britain and was held at The Pen Museum in Birmingham.
It’s always a great occasion, as the cream of the UK’s top cartoonists (and me) gather to discuss the club and upcoming events for the year.
At a recent networking meeting, I was fortunate to meet a couple who run a local archaeology company. This archaeology company is aimed at classrooms and workshops for small children to learn about their local history and heritage. And upon seeing my cartoon work, they were overjoyed at the prospect of me helping them with […]
Continuing work on the Pirate deck game with a series of pirate flags to be used to add some exciting gameplay into the mix! Each of these pirate flags were created initially as pencil sketches, before being digitised, and where possible have a little historical fact behind them too! Mutiny flag This illustration was used […]