Here is some artwork I created inspired by the Studio Ghibli movie Spirited away. No Face is the most tragic character, can’t help but feel sorry for the lonely spirit. After originally sketching the artwork with pen I scanned and digitally coloured it using Photoshop.
I was originally going to have him surrounded by Studio Ghibli style food but thought this style looks better as an art print. I like the way it’s turned out and it’s proven quite popular online and at comic conventions.
If you’d like to buy a print for yourself, click here to head over to the shop section.
Welcome to the new Ride a Wave Design website!
We’ve given the website a complete makeover giving it that lovely ‘new car smell’. With the success of our comic con stall we have updated and expanded the shop section of our website. The site is now a lot slicker, more streamlined, more efficient, more UX friendly and every other web design keyword we can think of.
We’re quite happy with the new look, hopefully it works better on mobile devices too. Drop us a line if you have any thoughts on the new site!
I’ve added two new cartoon mug designs to my online shop. Both come well presented in a neatly designed box so make a perfect gift for any lover of coffee, tea, cats or ummmmm…mugs. Click on an image to go to the shop!
My new business cards have arrived back from the printers.
I’ve added a new coffee mug design to Redbubble, available here: Ride a Wave Redbubble Shop
I’ve added five Christmas designs to Etsy, I’m going to expanding the shop section of my website in 2007 so this is a start.
Have a look and let me know which you like best!
With Christmas getting closer and closer I have added a few Christmas card designs to Etsy. Take a look at them here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/rideawavedesign
The cards are 6″x6″ in size and come with a white envelope in a cellophane bag, printed on 300gsm card with a matte finish.
Each of them features a cute design, perfect for sending to loved ones this Christmas.
After take a break from my Facebook page for a couple of years I have started posting on there again. Facebook is a great way to reach a wide audience so I’m hoping more people will be able to see my work.
If you don’t already like my page, it can be found here: www.facebook.com/rideawavedesign/
I will regularly be adding new sketches and artwork, a simple like can go a long way so check out my page if you like my work!
Creative Digest have published an article about my illustration work on their website. The article gives an insight in to the sort of projects I do and the clients I work with. It explains how I got to where I am today and gives some nice examples of my work, here’s a link to the article Creative Digest Article