3.02.2011

work work work

^^ Left over from "Numb3rs" project for uni. If anyone wants a go at colouring this properly just send me an email: goodbyemrchips@gmail.com


^^ Not sure if i'm allowed to post this, so i just won't say what it is or what it is for.


^^ Short comic for my Dad's birthday about our cat Ozzy and his weight problems.



^^ Blew up a smaller sketch page, will do another post of loads of pages from my sketchbook soon

15 comments:

Distilled said...

My fave are the creatures on the top left of the right hand page of your sketch book. They look as if they're cousins who've been caught making out.

Strange Kid said...

Love how you jam up your sketchbook with so much awesome. :)

The "brain bird" creature is definitely my favorite!

Songtai Marie J. said...

The cat comic is super cute! I love it :)

Jesse said...
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Jesse said...

I always feel like such a lazy chump after looking at your process work.

Is that ink wash or watercolour you're using in the sketchbook? or something, mysteriously, else?

Nick said...

i actually used a letraset promarker for that. I highly recommend them

Kristen said...

hehehe the fat cat comic made me laugh out loud... love your stuff!

Philip A. Buck said...

Wow! so great! Thanks for sharing more sketch pages. I am excited to see what the project with Nigel is. Maybe that Dinopopolis thing that looked so cool? Thanks so much for sharing!
Where do you get you inspiration?

Nick said...

i've never been asked what my inspiration is...
I've been reading alot of Jim Woodring comics recently

littleglasses said...

I love the little bird people hiding in the platform :)

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Bryan M. White said...

I always like all the crazy details in your drawings.

Philip A. Buck said...

Wow, thanks Nick, Woodring's stuff is something else! I was not familiar with his work. It seems very dream like and everything looks like it is solid, yet can morph into something wackier at any moment. I think I can see some of that in your work. So cool, thank you!

Xay B. said...

love ya stuff man. Keep it up.

Jason Poland said...

Cat butts sure are fun to draw.