GANOODLES is a series of experimental character artworks, created by training a generative adversarial network on a data set of my own character doodles, then illustrating selected results by hand.
Aurial poked her tiny head out of the hive and was greeted by warm golden rays of sunlight. “The equinox is here; nectaring day,” she said excitedly.
This pack includes 6 x hi-res line artworks featuring original characters from my Specimens Project.
Who’s in need of a pick-me-up? I’ve tokenised a batch of digital heart doodles inspired by the iconic 1UP Heart – and I’m giving them away for free!
Glitch is a series of experimental character artworks, available exclusively through KnownOrigin.
I’ve joined the SuperRare Artist family and put a selection of my favourite Inktober illustrations up for auction in their gallery.
One of my favourite things to come out of this year’s #Inktober was this fun animation loop, created by the talented Dan Silverstone using one of my digital doodles. I always enjoy collaborating with animators and seeing how they bring these things to life!
Autumn is here, which means I’ve been having another crack at Inktober; the annual art challenge inviting artists to draw one thing every day during October. The project is traditionally about creating ink drawings – and last year I was all about working with pens to improve my lines – but this year I wanted to switch things up and improve my digital inking and colour work.
The Mancunian Spray is back for its second year! This one-day, free-to-attend street art event will see over 50 artists transform a city centre car park into a stunning gallery of art, in a bid to raise money for the Mayor’s Homelessness Fund.
The Official Panini Sticker book is released for every major International football tournament and has proven to be a massively popular hobby for fans of all ages.
The International Digital Arts Festival (iDAF) will be taking place on 26-27 June in Manchester’s Federation House, in the centre of the city’s creative & innovation district.
I’ve been creating these Weird Fishes as part of an ongoing series of experimental digital doodles, which use clean lines and geometric shapes layered over pops of chalky colour, to form abstract characters.