Different colouring style. Emma Watson work in progress.

Different colouring style. Emma Watson work in progress.


Still not done. Ready to start crying…

Still not done. Ready to start crying…


Still working on this. Harry’s just right of the cut.

Still working on this. Harry’s just right of the cut.


Working on collage painting that I started way before 1D’s shows at Wembley, intending to finish it by that time but not managing.Zayn and Harry are also in it but they’re in a greater state of unfinishedness.

Working on collage painting that I started way before 1D’s shows at Wembley, intending to finish it by that time but not managing.

Zayn and Harry are also in it but they’re in a greater state of unfinishedness.



Whole bunch of wips.


John Lennon - not quite finished but getting there.

John Lennon - not quite finished but getting there.


I love black and white. John Lennon work in progress.

I love black and white. John Lennon work in progress.


Working on a picture of Barbara Palvin. It’s insane, I’ve gone back to the way I originally started painting and I realised I never should’ve left it behind. So much fun!

Working on a picture of Barbara Palvin. It’s insane, I’ve gone back to the way I originally started painting and I realised I never should’ve left it behind. So much fun!


Almost done. But I might not finish it for a time. 

So. Jennifer Garner. Such a beauty.

Almost done. But I might not finish it for a time. 

So. Jennifer Garner. Such a beauty.


I thought you guys might enjoy a little inside look to how I work. The picture shows two different steps of the painting of Jennifer Garner I’m making. It’s the basic colour ‘lets fill everything up’ version at the top vs. the ‘lets start adding details’ version at the bottom.Quite interestingly I’m using the most basic of brushes and I’m back to working with lower opacity brushes (which require a lot more layers of colours, think of watercolours vs. the amount of water you add). This is how I started out in 2008. I forgot how great that method works. It takes a long time, but it does make it easier to manage photorealism.

I thought you guys might enjoy a little inside look to how I work. The picture shows two different steps of the painting of Jennifer Garner I’m making. It’s the basic colour ‘lets fill everything up’ version at the top vs. the ‘lets start adding details’ version at the bottom.

Quite interestingly I’m using the most basic of brushes and I’m back to working with lower opacity brushes (which require a lot more layers of colours, think of watercolours vs. the amount of water you add). 

This is how I started out in 2008. I forgot how great that method works. It takes a long time, but it does make it easier to manage photorealism.


Working on this. I have such a massive lady crush on Jennifer Garner. Jeez.

Working on this. I have such a massive lady crush on Jennifer Garner. Jeez.


It’s still super sketchy but I think I’ll leave it like this, at least for a while.


Working on…

Working on…


This is going to take forever.

This is going to take forever.