New Sloths and Trolleys: Zinefest

A new Sloths and Trolleys strip about this year’s Auckland Zinefest – check it out here. And as always, if you like the comics check out my Patreon for first looks at new work and exclusive stuff – plus you’ll help me to keep making comics for everyone!…

Cassandra Cain

I had another go at a Cassandra Cain illustration. This is pretty much her Batman Inc. costume as Black Bat, or at least the version I come out with when I don’t bother to look at references.

I’ve been dipping back into the Kelley Puckett/Damion Scott Batgirl run.…

Weird Birds, Zinefest

A huge thanks to everyone who came by and said hi at Zinefest yesterday! It was great to catch up with friends I haven’t seen for a while, and so inspiring to check out all the cool art people are making.…

Auckland Zinefest this weekend

Hi Auckland folks! If you’re looking for something to do this weekend you should stop by Zinefest at the Auckland Art Gallery on Sunday. I’ll be there with comics and prints for sale, and there are heaps of other artists with cool stuff on offer.…

Astronaut (warm-up sketch)

In the thick of day-job illustration at the moment, but here’s a warm-up sketch from the other day. I don’t know why I was inspired to draw an astronaut, and I certainly didn’t look up what spacesuits actually look like. But here we go.…

retro themed horror image with tentacles and a nice butt

Pin Up: Reflection

retro themed horror image with tentacles and a nice butt

I thought I’d tidy up one of my life drawing sketches and it kinda got out of hand. I like how it feels a bit like an old movie poster, although I’m not 100% sure I’d like to watch the movie.…

Life Drawing: Colour Studies

Auckland CBD Life Drawing, 29/05/17. I’ve decided to start throwing some colour on my life drawings when I put them up – partly to make them more interesting, partly to make me practice colouring. Here’s the first batch.

Spider-Man: Homecoming

I went and saw the new movie last week, and I thought it was great. Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t perfect, by any means, but it is by far the closest big-screen adaption of the character I’ve seen. Tom Holland is a perfect Peter Parker in a way that the previous actors weren’t, and there are some great tense scenes.…