My version of Krampus.

When Tiny Owl Workshop asked me to create a Krampus, I didn’t know that much about him. I’d heard of him but didn’t know the detail. During research I came across a few variations of Krampus which highlighted that I could create my own. As long as he had the key elements, I guess he…

Krampus

Again, Tiny Owl Workshop are doing it differently. They are supplying cafes in Australia and the UK with Krampus crackers. Now if you don’t know anything about Krampus, check him out here. Not a very delightful character but great inspiration for writers. Forget those terrible jokes and plastic toys that you find inside the Christmas…

A Carnival of characters

I have about 12 characters that have been designed for a book. I’m thinking of extending these characters into other areas. Above is the style of the characters and a rough start to the story.

Sunday Sketches

To all the Twitter #sundaysketch followers, grab volume 1 of the Sunday Sketches here:  Get me the Sunday Sketches. Enjoy and keep writing. UPDATE – These are no longer available. I’ll be uploading the second series soon.   Terry        

The Lock update

The Lock has been a long journey. As I’ve been doing this in my spare time, it has taken a while to get to where I am now. The Lock Graphic novel will be about 100 pages long. I’m currently about 1/3 of the way through the roughs. Below is a rough to give you…

Behind the scenes of Unfettered – Part 3

  This illustration is a favourite of mine. I love nature in all forms. So, this is the last of the Unfettered behind the scenes. Most of the other illustrations are created using the same technique. Digital has become my main tool for creating coloured images. The flexibility it gives me is important. My brain…

Tastes for Unfettered

During the Unfettered mad panic scribblings from writers, we used the images as devices to keep the enthusiasm going. Writing is such a solitary process. We critique, push, beat-up and doubt ourselves over the final outcome. We try to match our peers and during this process we can give up. These images were drip fed…