At the Eleventh Hour

Speed paint, 2hrs. Photoshop CS6.

“And then, from the endless expanse of ocean that bordered the Skeleton Cliffs there shot up a wild stream of light. Impossible, she thought. Looking over the cliff, she spotted a tiny rowboat. And inside, a human; slumped and still and seemingly devoid of life, if not for the one desperate hand holding the flare gun to the sky.”

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The Whole World is Ours

A new illustration I painted. I had the intention of making this a stormy scene. But then the sunset took on a life of its own and now we’re here, in cloudy sunset land.

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Wolf and Hawk

A digital illustration I painted a few weeks ago. I’ve discovered I really like landscape-heavy paintings that seem to tell a story, though it’s up to the viewer to decide what that story is.

2D Character Model Sheet: Edith

2D Character Model Sheet - Edith

Edith is a character from an interstitial TV show pitch I’ve been developing called ‘Guide to Etiquette’. She is a sinister Wednesday Addams-esque teenager from the early 20th century who resides in the modern world with her neurotic twin brother Edwin. Since her parents’ untimely deaths one year ago (due to accidental beheadings), she has lived alone with Edwin in their country manor, spending time filming and hosting a homemade etiquette programme for the televisual box, which receives up to two viewers each week (give or take two).

You can also view model sheets for Edith’s brother Edwin here: https://railtoons.wordpress.com/2014/06/30/2d-character-model-sheet-edwin/

2D Character Model Sheet: Edwin

2D Character Model Sheet - Edwin

Edwin is a character from an interstitial TV show pitch I’ve been developing called ‘Guide to Etiquette’. He is an awkward and unsettling teenage boy from the early 20th century who resides in the modern world with his sinister twin sister Edith. Since his parents’ untimely deaths one year ago (due to accidental beheadings), he has lived alone with Edith in their country manor, spending time filming and hosting a homemade etiquette programme for the televisual box, which receives up to two viewers each week (give or take two).