Everyday Sketch

Tall stone guardians watch over these sacred waters. The city who built these statues hope they convey the enduring strength of the city.—18th September, 2014. I revisited an old sketch. Now available in A1 format.

Tall stone guardians watch over these sacred waters. The city who built these statues hope they convey the enduring strength of the city.



18th September, 2014. I revisited an old sketch. Now available in A1 format.

12th September, 2014. A brown variation of my cat swatch pattern.—Illustrator CC. 

12th September, 2014. A brown variation of my cat swatch pattern.



Illustrator CC. 

September 11th, 2014. Created a cat swatch in illustrator. Might design something with even more basic shapes later.—Illustrator CC.

September 11th, 2014. Created a cat swatch in illustrator. Might design something with even more basic shapes later.


Illustrator CC.

28th August, 2014. This is a pattern using a logo from my logo experimentation sheet. (The pattern is a ‘swatch’ I can use and apply to anything.)—Illustrator CC.

28th August, 2014. This is a pattern using a logo from my logo experimentation sheet. (The pattern is a ‘swatch’ I can use and apply to anything.)



Illustrator CC.

27th August, 2014. Vector logo experimentation for an identity project. The left set is graphic design influenced, the right set is illustration influenced. (My initials are a.m.b.)—Illustrator CS6.

27th August, 2014. Vector logo experimentation for an identity project. The left set is graphic design influenced, the right set is illustration influenced. (My initials are a.m.b.)



Illustrator CS6.

14th August, 2014. Another spread for my narrative project. Text to be added on the right page.Update: I have a new RGB LED technology monitor! Now my colours can actually be accurate/the way I want them to. :)—Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet.

14th August, 2014. Another spread for my narrative project. Text to be added on the right page.

Update: I have a new RGB LED technology monitor! Now my colours can actually be accurate/the way I want them to. :)



Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet.

August 12th, 2014. Working on my narrative project featuring Mark the plump red panda. (This is a double page spread, text to be added on the left.)—Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet.

August 12th, 2014. Working on my narrative project featuring Mark the plump red panda. (This is a double page spread, text to be added on the left.)



Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet.

10th August, 2014. The pyramids of ancient Meroë. —Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet.

10th August, 2014. The pyramids of ancient Meroë. 



Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet.

2nd August, 2014. This is Dyssquida. He doesn’t understand why these strange structures appear after a storm, but he loves to look at them!—Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet. Inspired by a conversation I had with a band member from ‘Dyssidia’. Their logo acts as a head marking.

2nd August, 2014. This is Dyssquida. He doesn’t understand why these strange structures appear after a storm, but he loves to look at them!



Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet. Inspired by a conversation I had with a band member from ‘Dyssidia’. Their logo acts as a head marking.

1st August, 2014. Work in progress of a larger horizontal composition. Inspired by a conversation with a musician from ‘Dyssidia’. (We imagined what a ‘Dyssquidia’ would look like.) Their logo functions as a marking on the head for now.—Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet.

1st August, 2014. Work in progress of a larger horizontal composition. Inspired by a conversation with a musician from ‘Dyssidia’. (We imagined what a ‘Dyssquidia’ would look like.) Their logo functions as a marking on the head for now.



Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom tablet.