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Peter Paul Rubens. He like the big booty. And Queen songs too it would seem.
Painted as a brain break from advertising work and to try some new things.

Pencil, painted in photoshop.
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Bit of fun with pencils....

Seasons, or should I say, Smeagols Greetings!
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Barry looked and acted tough, but deep inside he wanted to sing, dance and paint pretty pictures of daffodils.

Background character for a bigger painting.
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Its been a while, but 'I aintn't dead', to quote Granny Weatherwax (if you don't know who that is then shame)…. just super busy on things I can't post at the moment unfortunately.

In the meantime, here's a little peak at part of a secret project I've been working on…

Pencil sketch, painting in photoshop.
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My entry for this weeks Trinquette Challenge, organised by the great Alberto Ruiz.
Missed the deadline, but thought I'd better post it here as a reminder that space can be a lot more dangerous than you realise.
And requires a far less bulky dress code than previously thought.

Pencil sketch, painted in photoshop.
No astronauts were harmed during the making of this picture.

EDIT: Just thought I'd better explain WHAT the Trinquette challenge is:

the moderator posts a photo which all entrants use as the inspiration/pose for their illustration.
For example:
The amazing Serge Biraults entry : [link]
The Talented Ben Tan's entry: [link] (obviously he likes retro space stuff too :D )
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One of a bunch of new illustrations from my book 'The art of loopydave'.
loopydave.deviantart.com/art/A…

Pencil sketch, painted in photoshop.
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Had a few people ask me "why the goldfish in the beer?' on my 'Croc rock' painting [link] and I realised it must be a concept that needs a little more advertising and marketing.

So here's a little advertising and marketing ;)…..

Pencil sketch, painted in photoshop, posted on the internet, looked at by you.
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Fresh of the newstand and just in time for Halloween,
most recent Modesty Blaise cover done for Agent X9 magazine for the 'Highland Witch' story.

No haggis was consumed in the production of this painting.
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Movie poster element for an Australian documentary on Roller derby, 'This is Roller Derby'.... its a tough life sometimes, but someone has to paint these things :D

Details of her tattoo design [link]

Pencil sketch, painted in photoshop
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Always pays to read the expiry date on your canned goods.

Magazine illustration from a few months back.

I think this just goes to show that nobody can accuse me of having any class ;)
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