Art by Lewis Terry

Digital impressionism from UK based artist Lewis Terry.

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Here’s an ‘undead’ portrait I drew as a gift of the artist James Stayte who has done plenty of work for me, past and present, and is also a close friend and an amazing artist.

Glad you like it, James!

Here’s my 2nd print made for Geeky Comics ‘The Geeky Book of Horror’ Kickstarter!

Pick up the comic and my prints by pledging on the Kickstarter page.

http://twinswordtrading.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/geeky-book-of-horror-exclusive-print-2.html

Me and my Fiancée went on an engagement photoshoot on Friday, provided by our wedding photographer Jamie McConnachie from Evendim Images.

Here’s just a few that he took. Thank you so much for the lovely photos Jamie, and we look forward to having you photograph our wedding! 

Also rather excitingly, I shall be collaborating with him in October on a zombie Halloween photoshoot, where I will then be drawing zombie art for the photoshoot after!

Please give him a follow on his Facebook for zombie photos in a few months, then my wedding photos!

Here’s my Burger Wizard for Daily Doodle’s #WitchesandWizards prompt!

http://twinswordtrading.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/burger-wizard.html

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Twin Sword Trading

Lewis Terry from England.

Lewis is a ‘digital impressionist’, combining traditional painting techniques with a digital canvas! His work ranges from landscape work, to sci-fi, zombies, horror, darkly funny, cute and quirky. His blog page presents regular artwork, convention appearance schedules, collaborations and more!

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My Comicsy store has been updated with new art prints, including some new zombies!

Check it out here: http://www.comicsy.co.uk/twinswordtrading/ 

I am very happy to announce that I am now working with the very talented writer and head of Geeky Comics, Victor Wright.
 
My first project on the comic is to produce a series of pin-ups for The Geeky Book of Horror's Kickstarter. My art will be available as print rewards for Kickstarter pledgers!
Check out the Kickstarter here:

Daddy of the Dead

I drew George A. Romero as a zombie as I had booked to meet him for a photo and an autograph at the London Film & Comic Con.

I gave George a copy of this, and he signed my one!

http://twinswordtrading.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/daddy-of-dead.html

A few photos of my table set-up for the London Film & Comic Con, July 2014. 

Here’s some of my visitors to my table, with some of my prints at the London Film & Comic Con!

If you recognise yourself in any of these photos, please reblog and let me know who you are! It was nice meeting you all! 

Here’s some of my visitors to my table, with some of my prints at the London Film & Comic Con!

If you recognise yourself in any of these photos, please reblog and let me know who you are! It was nice meeting you all!