Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Website Illustration


This was for a local authority website, for children and youth services. There were a variety of subjects, people and places to capture and bring to life. The main aim of using illustration was to help people connect and engage with the website and hopefully use it more effectively.

This is a London borough and my brief included a specific note to honour the diversity of the people who live and work here.

These will be used as banner headings for various subjects:





And a selection of smaller illustrations to dot around the different pages:












Future Water Association - LinkedIn tips and tricks


I was asked by 'Future Water Association' to capture this discussion. The subject was how to improve your use of Linked In. I turned some drawings into a short film and added some music:


All the top tips collected here:


More about Future Water Association here:


Friday, 15 May 2020

Digital doodles - with sound!

I've been drawing and adding some sound as that brings things to life.

This is a short riff on feedback, and then a small drawing about the questions I need to ask clients, so they get the best out of what I can offer. 

Best watched in full screen mode, with the sound turned up !


Tuesday, 12 May 2020

Digital Illustration for Public Health England


Some recently commissioned work I finished yesterday - hot off the press! 

These illustrations will be included in an online learning course for screening the hearing of newborn babies.



Thursday, 30 April 2020

Spring Song


As David Hockney recently said "they can't cancel spring!"


Tuesday, 28 April 2020

Working Digitally - Putting it all together


You may not have time to read my various recent blogposts about all the different ways I can help you with drawing - so to put it simply, I've done this drawing in procreate. The program has tracked the marks I make and plays it back as a short film:


And here's the final image it lands on:



Working Digitally - 4) Live Digital Scribing

So this is a new way of working for me, and a lot of us out there, using conference video calls to keep everyone communicating and keep businesses running.

I was asked to capture some live presentations at a 'Dragon's Den' style event for the Future Water Association. I wasn't given much background information than that so was thinking on my feet during the presentations. 

I drew on my Ipad and the program tracked the drawing and can play it back at the end. Each presentation was about 8 minutes long.
There were people joining from all over the world and the businesses shared the short films digitally after the event.


It goes by in a bit of a flash so here is the final image:


And here are a couple more of the other presentations: