A personal work I completed for the Brisbane Lions legend, Simon Black, celebrating his career as a Brownlow Medallist and Premiership player.Read more "Simon Black"
Original Oil on LinenRead more "Hanging Rock"
I always enjoy a good creative challenge and I often look forward to working large scale, especially after spending a lot of time at my desk. I look at every job as an opportunity to take another risk… to create something I’ve never created before, in a way I’ve never created it before and to […]Read more "Mural Art"
This brief was to create illustrations that were ‘cartoon’ in style for a presentation. Using a mix of rough brush outlines and contrasting tones I created a series of vector illustrations which depicted the journey of Reho Travel. Wacom Intuos Pro / Adobe Illustrator CCRead more "Illustration – Reho Travel"
Yesterday I had some fun pulling out the paint and getting creative. I was asked to design a feature wall for an exhibition opening this Friday at the Brunswick Street Gallery titled ‘Love’.Read more "Street Art Feature- Brunswick Street Gallery"
Whether on a whiteboard or on my trusty iPad Pro, visually communicating an idea or a concept through illustration has been an enjoyable challenge. I remember a good friend of mine once asked if I’d heard of a ‘graphic facilitator’? I had no idea at the time what that title was all about and it […]Read more "Breaking the ‘Comfort Zone’ / Graphic Facilitation"
There’s nothing like a challenge and for an artist, one of the greatest challenge is a self portrait. I’m not sure if I nailed it but hey, I had fun messing around in the process.Read more "Caricature time"
Today I had the honour of painting my good friends new Barber shop (Kingdom Barbers) in Footscray West. This was a big scale portrait using aerosols which was a new challenge for me. I began sketching my outlines and making sure the proportions were looking good before adding the grey tones. One of the highlights […]Read more "Kingdom Barbers Mural – Footscray"
Today I had some fun producing a caricature of the famous Ryan Gosling. I know what you’re thinking… ‘Paul must be his biggest fan.’… but truth be told, he was just the first face I saw as I was having one of those ‘What should I draw?’ moments. Skething on screen is very different to […]Read more "Caricature | Ryan Gosling"
– iPad Pro with Apple Pencil using Procreate (Savage Interactive).Read more "Digital Portrait"
I always wanted my own pair of Reebok pumps. So I thought I’d sketch them to life! – Copic markers / pencilsRead more "Just for kicks…"
Oil pastels are not something I normally work with but I really enjoyed working with them on this piece. The colours came up vibrant and the small details carry a slight texture which really adds a sense of realism.Read more "Oil Pastels "
I thought it was time for an update… so here it is! I have recently been inspired to get back into the acrylics. This was an experiment using different brush sizes and some really vibrant colours. Love to know what you think? Feel free to drop me a comment.Read more "Acrylic Experiment"
This project was shot as a time-lapse for a promo for Planetshakers Conference.Read more "Chalk Time-lapse"
A group show I had a couple of pieces in back in 2010.Read more "Rtist – Group Show"