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I spent a fair portion of my summer trying to find somewhere to live for the next degree in Cambridge – Which is more murderous a struggle than it sounds… The crazy time spent trekking back and forth worked out, and I lucked out on finding a place with two other course illustrators (The impeccable Jin Cho Youn, and the tirelessly energetic Courtney Dicmas) who were searching from abroad. Here’s some work out of summer projects – Some of which pertains to Camél Moineau and his misbehaving shadow.
(I’ve been slowly transitioning into Corel Painter- it definitely streamlines the colouring process into a swift matter of hours)
This started as part of my entry to the Waterstone’s beauty and the beast pitch, but went off in a slightly different direction – not at all finished with it yet, but I wanted to start posting some more recent stuff- more shortly!
The general idea is that the spiny creature moves the bigger shell by passing through the gears : )
At the moment I’m scrambling along with my classmates to get everything finished and ready for our degree show in a week or so. It’s quite exciting actually – what with all the little features and mentions all over the place! Some details on that here. In the meantime, here’s a Timbuctales page I’m just getting round to working up.