Art by Lewis Terry

Digital impressionism from UK based artist Lewis Terry.
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As my line art is proving popular, I thought I would upload some more of it.
From right to left:  Beth the Vampire: A demon from a dream.
Guardian Angel: An angel from a dream.
My entry for the Walking Dead weekly Challenge: Rick’s Hand

A Lannister Always Pays His Debts

Game of Thrones is back, so here’s some zombie Lannisters!


A prompt from Daily Doodle on Twitter.

The Actuality Bulwark
Actuality Bulwarks protect humanity from the horrors of reality. Enabling those in need to escape into their own dream world and disassociate from the grim reality that they have to face on a day to day basis.
Here is a girl using her’s, to escape via a boat into a world of watery relaxation.
 My Daily Doodle. Theprompt was Girl with Pet Monster.

The Ultimate Warrior died this week at the age of 54.
Here’s my digital painting of him that I completed for a Sketch Dailies challenge on Twitter.

A Study In Black

Continuing on from my love of drawing zombies as of late, here is a zombiefied version of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock!

I bought Zombicide after the International Games Day.
Here are two drawings for 2 of my scenarios.

Zombies, drawn in my lineart style of myself, my Fiancée, her brother and his girlfriend.


Some of my favourite pages from a project I worked on a few years ago called Pulp Detective. Sadly only one issue went on sale but the artwork here is from three different tales I worked on.

Dancing Banana-Bringing the funk since 1821!

Jimmy Feldspar

James Stayte is not only one of my artistic heroes but also a firm friend and a creative collaborator of mine.  His art style is brilliant, child friendly and fun.
Back in January it was his birthday and I meant to give him a picture, however I never finished it.  Now almost 2 months later it is done. 
Here is my rendition of his character Jimmy Feldspar, the reluctant Martian fighter from his comic Big Jimmy.

Modernising Monet: Interview with Harlow Artist Lewis Terry

I was interviewed for online newspaper Your Harlow last week, and the video and article are now live!

Special thanks to Your Harlow, and to those who I offered special mentions to-Jess Bradley-Bove, John-Paul Bove, James Stayte & Mark Pearce.

Read the article here, and check out the video in this post! 

Pele, the Goddess of Volcanos. Drawn for Sketch Dailies.