Here is a selection of work that sits slightly aside from my other pieces, but that I felt deserved its own gallery. As a traditional line artist at heart, I have always enjoyed working in black & white or monochrome. The selection of work below comprises personal pieces plus commissions and artwork produced for exhibition.
APARTMENT 21 – A scene inspired by the Jeff Noon novel, “The Body Library”
DREYLOCK – A scene inspired by the Jeff Noon novel, “The Body Library”
INTRUDER – A scene inspired by the Jeff Noon novel, “The Body Library”
HYBRID 9517 – an ink illustration originally drawn in 1995. In 2017, I enlarged the original and worked over it by hand. The unique end result was sold in the Novacon 47 art auction.
TEMPUS MACHINA – This illustration was commissioned for issue one of Edinburgh-based SF magazine, Shoreline of Infinity and accompanied a short story on time travel.
A VERY DOTTY DALEK – rediscovering my love for pointillist illustration and my fascination with Daleks, this piece was produced for my art display at Follycon, the 2018 Eastercon.
EXTERMINATED! – Another ink piece that pays tribute to one of my favourite Doctor Who stories, ‘Resurrection of the Daleks’ from 1984.
DALEK DEVASTATION – This was originally produced in colour and was one of my very first pieces of digital art, in 2010. However in 2017, I revisited it and turned it mono for a more dramatic and cinematic effect.
INSIDE – a dark and personal interpretation of grief. Finger painted on iPad.