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Colour Palettes Used By 10 Famous Paintings To Help Your Colour

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Colour can be a major part of any creative process. The most famous past and present artists have used colour to create artistic masterpieces. Following from my previous article on how to use colour, and my other guide to help you level up your skills of understanding the colour wheel, in this post I’m going...

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2018 Outstanding Highlights and What To Expect in 2019!

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! The Christmas period offers a well needed break, a chance to reflect on the past year and get ready for the year ahead. 2019 is going to be the best year yet, and I’m really looking forward to getting my teeth into the New Year! I’ve been making...

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How To Use Colour To Level Up Your Art Like A Pro

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Do you want to take your illustrations, designs or artworks to the next level? Can’t get your head around what makes up good colour? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there! Especially for those of you who are new to the art world, getting colour right can make or break any image (it’s that important in...

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New Walking Dead Illustrated Portraits

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Fan of The Walking Dead television series? Love illustrated portraits? Look no further than this blog post! Taking inspiration and in comparison to my Breaking Bad portrait series, including Walter White, Jesse Pinkman (my favourite character), to classic Hector Salamanca, I set myself a personal project to illustrate all the main characters from the The...

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Sizzling New Portrait Canvas Painting

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Hey guys! I’m super happy to announce a brand new portrait canvas painting that I have produced recently; which I’ve been eager to show you all for a while! I love painting, whether that’s on watercolour paper, inside my sketchbook, or on canvas like today. I’m usually asked to produce landscape paintings, which makes up...

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My Take On The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932

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Hey guys! How’s your week going? I’ve been busy producing an illustrated map of New York City (which is brand new on my website), fine tuning my website and how it functions, and of course, painting and drawing a hell of a lot! I have been lucky enough to visit The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932...

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Taj Mahal Landscape Painting

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I’ve been working hard in the last few weeks working on some new illustrations! From commissioned work, new projects to personal landscape painting, it’s all happening! I’m using Adobe Photoshop more within my work recently, making my illustrations simpler. I love clean illustration, which is where my work is heading. I find it inspiring and...

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Breaking Bad Portrait Painting

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Over the last few years, I gave myself the task of producing a portrait painting for all of the main characters of the hit television show, Breaking Bad. It’s a show that I loved when it was on, and is a firm favourite of mine. Because of this interest and how much I liked the...

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New Landscape Painting Illustration

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On top of my busy schedule recently, producing illustrations for commissioned work, quoting for some new clients, and hopefully starting new projects soon (which I’ll keep you in the loop about), I wanted to showcase this new painting illustration today. Following from my previous landscape illustrations I shared last month of Sydney Opera House and...

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New Landscape Illustrations

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I’ve always been inspired and influenced by landscape illustrations, which might be the reason I love illustrated maps so you much. Combining nature, buildings, people, the sun and the rain always crops up in my work every now and again. Taking this inspiration into some new illustrations, I’ve recently produced these two artworks of the...

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