Rethinking how we introduce new users to the app.
Promotional artwork for a board game night in Edinburgh.
Using this iPhone 5 template from Pixeden: http://www.pixeden.com/psd-mock-up-templates/iphone-5-psd-flat-design-mockup
Another graphic from the rebrand I’m working on.
A graphic from a rebrand I’m working on.
A certain Irish celebrity chef, for the same project as the other characters.
Trying to give the girl a more feminine figure and a skirt.
The client wanted a more girly girl than the last shot. How’d I do?
Some character bases for an app we’re working on. They’re going to be dressed up with various outfits and props.
Site for a theatre co.
Another update. Used some gradient-mesh shading on this one and I really like how it turned out.
Full version attached.
Some more work in progress. I simplified the colour scheme and improved the shading.
Art for the office. Very work in progress.
Part of a new brand we’re working on.
Working on a mobile version of the upcoming Three Sixty site.
Concept for a site explaining (problems with) copyright legislation in simple language.
This version uses the Gibson typeface, instead of Profonts Bureau.
If the entire dribbble community rebounded this with this same image...we as a group would black out dribbble.
And the not so traditional look.
Working on a visual style for my punk band. This is the traditional look.
Detail of the Gignite site. 1st draft.
Two drumsticks makes more sense right? Could be just that I haven’t gotten used to the change, but I prefer this one.
Now with added drumsticks.
First draft logo for a new project. Looking for comments. More to come.
Second draft of a personal portfolio page.
The third in a new series of posters.
The second in a new series of posters.
The first of a new series of illustrated posters.
Working on some old designs for my portfolio and to improve my code skills.
A light-coloured variant of the Mind Your Manners blog design. It’s not as top heavy this way.
A minimalist blog design I’ve been working on to improve my coding skills.
One of the graphics from a Feltron inspired CV.
Coming soon to a letter box near you.