Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Don't quit your day job.

Some of you might be interrested in what I normally do when not crouching under a table on all fours searching for a small piece of grey plastic.

I work as an illustrator, nowadays mostly with childrens books, but I've also done a lot of stuff for computer games, roleplaying games and film.

The worlds Games Workshop created has always been a source of inspiration for me in my work and references to it pop up in the most unexpected places - especially when I do concept art. I often try to do designs that would work as a miniature - strong silouettes, easily read and less cluttered than your standard computer game charachter. Jes is obviously an inspiration in this regard...

Anyway - here's a link to my official homepage:


  1. Thats explain your skill with brush.

    You should try pain miniatures as pictures.
    Are you familiar with James Wappels works?

    1. Hmmm... Interesting style but not really what I'm going for...

      I like a classic approach -JRNs style is more in my vein

  2. Very nice! I'm studying to be an illustrator myself, it's great to see that you don't have to give up all your hobbies to work as an artist.

  3. I've been working on a children's book myself for a while now. Your work is very good. Nice to get a peak into what you do aside from awesome minis!

  4. Just had a look at your site... Wow! You do some great work. Really love your style of illustration. :)

  5. Brilliant art work , so very jealous of folks abilities with pen and pencil or stylo and paintbrush for that matter ;-)


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