Following a theme here... more of my illustrations from The Bump Class website. Go look at it! Please.
Friday, 27 September 2013
Thursday, 26 September 2013
Rather bashfully I'm showcasing these designs.
The top one was the favourite that went on the order of service booklets at our wedding.
Gee Brothers were accommodating and patient about including it although by all accounts not particularly impressed. There's always a moment when you're vainly hoping that they'll at least say 'Gosh! That's pretty'. Not a peep. Well, they must have some rockin' illustrators on their books! It's called denial apparently.
Also, read their 'etiquette' section if you want a laugh. It's terrible funny.
Wednesday, 25 September 2013
Again the discerning people at The Bump Class have flipped the top sketch and again, I'm just delighted they wanted to use my illustrations. These are two more designs from the website. Have a look here.
Tuesday, 24 September 2013
Ok, so they flipped it. And the Houses of Parliament do look better that way round. I don't care at all. I'm just delighted to see my sketches up on such a swanky site. Tickled pink really.
I'm not sure why my scanner is blasting the colour out of all my images at the moment. I must have a fiddle with it at some point. Have a look at the website for a better idea of colour.
Monday, 23 September 2013
The first of my illustrations to feature on The Bump Class website.
The idea is to make the Bear Skins crack a smile, right?
Friday, 20 September 2013
Such is my rubbishness at updating my work on this blog, I'm posting some watercolours I did last Spring for the rather brilliant Bump Class, when it launched.
The Bump Class is run by two sisters who wanted to approach antenatal classes in a fun and informative environment. It's doing terribly well by all accounts. The sketches were lots of fun to do, but were not a subject matter that I'd had any experience with! I loved it though, and got completely lost in the details.
Every grape, peach, nectarine, fig, banana, orange, tangerine, apple, melon, raspberry, blackberry and plum was coloured meticulously. Don't even get me started on the brick work. I got completely carried away.