I’ve been working on some black and white illustrations, both for a specific project and for my portfolio, so I decided to go with the black and white theme with my smiling sloth. I couldn’t resist adding a splash of cute colour though :)
Ever wondered what “The Great Gatsby” would look like as a sloth? Fancy. – Ben
I love Sloth’s so I was excited to hear this week’s B&B theme was Smiling Sloth!
If I ever had the chance to create an iPad game, it would look something like this.
One of my favourite games growing up was Donkey Kong on the old handheld Nintendo game systems. I think it was also one of the first games I ever played on my next door neighbour’s (then sparkling, brand new) Atari. Fun times!
Anyone remember this game? It was one of my all time favourites as a kid.
Having to illustrate the word ‘magic’ I wanted to try and convey the magic in the simple things. How does a record play music? How can people talk such long distances on these things we call phones? How do birds know that they can fly? And how did someone create fire? I’m sure they are all things that can be cleared up with a clever answer, but to me it’s all still magic.
Magic conjures so many ideas, but for this I really wanted to condense it down into a simple graphic form. My list included: Witch. Fox. Bat. Triangle. Stars. Globe. Black. Red. Green.
It takes a special shield and a strong heart to stand up to the might of black dragon magic!
This looks like a lovely dream :) Usually my dreams consist of boring and just plain weird scenarios, like going to the supermarket and shopping for pillows. I mean, really?