Wednesday, 18 January 2017


For the duration of January 2017 the following original artwork is for sale. These are not prints.

                                        Timelash  Timeteam - £68.00 inc. P@P

                      SOLD.               Timeflight Timeteam - £68.00 inc. P@P

                                        Terminus Timeteam - £68.00 inc. P@P

                          SOLD.               Creature From The Pit Timeteam - £68.00 inc. P@P

                                             Invasion Of Time Timeteam - £68.00 inc. P@P

                       SOLD.                Androids Of Tara Timeteam - £68.00 inc. P@P


                       SOLD.                       Leisure Hive Timeteam - £68.00 inc. P@P

                                    Mask Of Mandragora Timeteam - £68.00 inc. P@P

                                               Underworld Timeteam - £68.00 inc. P@P



Tuesday, 13 December 2016


Fiction illustration for Me Magazine 1989. This is one of many lifestyle magazine illustrations I painted for the likes of Tv Quick , Bella , Woman's Own and Take A Break to name a few. I was still trying to master illustrating fiction to a tight deadline - usually about a week. Bear in mind I had a day job in an illustration agency as a rep so all my art was done late into the night with usually little reference ( which probably shows). That said publishers liked something I was doing as I was commissioned many times in the late 1980s. It's sad to see this area of work for the illustrator hardly exists anymore.I'm glad I was there at the tail end.

Friday, 9 December 2016


Unknown Sax player - acrylics on blue paper (1984)

Tuesday, 6 December 2016


Earlier today I posted on Twitter the pencils for one of my earliest Timeteam illustrations for The Crusaders. One of the replies was from original Timeteam member Richard Bignell. Richard bought the artwork from me over 12 years ago and sent me a scan of it which I share here. It's lovely to be re-aquainted with an old friend like this and the art has retained much of it's original vibrancy ( obviously it's been kept away from sunlight which will fade the colour). Also below are the pencils I tweeted. Enjoy!

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Friday, 2 December 2016


I'm putting up for sale the last of the Jon Pertwee Timeteam original artworks I still own. This is a vintage piece of Dr Who art from the classic era of the series. The artwork is in b/w ink on hot pressed watercolour paper - size 280mm/180mm plus a 1 inch white border. Ideal for framing. Price is £90.00 inc. P@P ( UK only). Please enquire for overseas sales.

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Thursday, 27 October 2016


In honour of Bernie Wrightson's 68th birthday today I'm posting my Inktober drawing of Swamp Thing. Bernie is recovering from a second operation for a brain tumour so I wanted to dedicate this drawing to him and wish him a successful recovery and happy birthday! Without Bernie's artwork I wouldn't be the artist I am today - he's been very important to me since I was a teenager - an inspiration that continues to this day. Bernie I salute you - you're the best!


Sunday, 23 October 2016

STEVE DILLON 1962-2016

The only compensation I can think of in this sad situation is that he started so well so young that even at his untimely death of 54 he'd produced an incredible body of work already for generations to read and admire. For me particularly his first 10 years were his best before he swapped his brush for a pen and started paring things down - no doubt in response to increasing deadline pressure. He was a heavy drinker and smoker which is never a good combination for such a sendentary career as drawing comics. His work never struck me as artistically pretentious or particularly interested in art with a capital A.He drew in an uncomplicated natural way - telling stories clearly but with plenty of gusto and drama that appealed directly to the common man which I think was ultimately his secret of success. Everybody loved Steve Dillon and that's a rare thing for an artist.I'm glad that I saw his work when I did as it directed my path probably more than I've acknowledged before. Death brings thoughts to the fore quite acutely.