Here’s a FREE video that shows you how to draw Lena from my new picture book, There’s Something Weird About Lena !
My new picture book, There’s Something Weird About Lena, is out today!
It’s the follow-up to 2015’s cult-favourite, My Dead Bunny. Prepare yourself for another hilariously creepy picture book (for older readers!).
You can find out more about the book here, and you can order it at the links below.
My new graphic novel, Chickensaurus, is out today!
I hope you enjoy the story; I worked really hard on this one and I think it’s my best yet! And special thanks to everyone who pre-ordered a copy, it makes a huge difference.
Here’s a little insight into the process of making the graphic novel; it’s a timelapse of me working on four pages from the final illustrations. It’s about 7 hours work shrunk down into 11 minutes.
You can order Chickensaurus at the links below.
My new picture book, There’s Something Weird About Lena, is out in two weeks!
Today I’m going to introduce you to the cast of characters.
My new graphic novel, Chickensaurus, is out in two weeks!
Today I’m introducing you to the cast – both the humans and the chickensaurs.
Ever wondered how the title type for a series gets designed? I’ll show you my inspirations for the title type of the Toffle Towers series. I’ll also show you how I designed the series’ quirky shuttle bus vehicle.
The Toffle Towers series takes place in and around the eponymous hotel – it’s historic, a bit shabby and definitely quirky. In this post I’ll show you how I designed the hotel’s lobby.
Here’s a free step-by-step video tutorial, showing you how to draw the main character from Toffle Towers.
It’s a bumper year for new books. As well as Toffle Towers book 3 out on Aug 4th, I’ve got another two books coming out later this year. One is a graphic novel about Jurassic Park with chickens, and the other the sequel to the cult-favourite My Dead Bunny!
Many scenes in the Toffle Towers series happen in and around the eponymous hotel. So it was down to me – an illustrator with absolutely no architecture experience (!) – to design the exterior of the building. It needed to look historic, a little shabby but also exciting and quirky. Here’s how I designed it.