The Westbury Faery

Back in 2015 Sue Wright (Tiny Owl Workshop) and myself went down to the Melbourne Film festival to pitch at the 37º South Market. At the time it was to find interest in Sue’s Lane of Unusual Traders world building project. We met many producers who loved what Sue and myself were doing, and doing…

We have CONTACT

I was asked a little while ago to design the logo for the NatCon in Brisbane. I had never heard of NatCon. Why hadn’t I heard of this. So I did a little digging around and found that the last event held in Brisbane was in 2006. That was 10 years ago. I was still…

RED

Latest illustration. This one is called ‘Red’. It’s quite large at approx 1.5 metres high. Being so big, my computer was starting to lag and would take around 2 mins to save to the hard drive. I’m planning on adding to it over time but at the moment it’s finished for now. Here’s how the…

Cutter & Savage brand logo

Some years back, I was part of a small company in London. I have to say, the most fun was creating the brand and the overall look of the company itself. It was named Cutter & Savage. The name itself told us what style to use. I designed and illustrated the business cards with the…

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 two

In part 2 of behind the scenes I’ll be covering the Hunters model. First off, why a model? The nature of the idea of the small cute furry animal being hunted, wouldn’t have had the same impact if it was done as an illustration. I believe if you see an illustration you are removed instantly…