Yes you read that right, Lukhash album cover! What’s that all about then? Well I got a message from the incredibly talented Lukhash back at the start of April asking if I would be interested in designing an album cover for his new chiptune album ,CyberChip. WOW, what do you think I said? It wasn;t […]
I had a fantastic time working on this project as it gave me an opportunity to create some print ready work for a physical box release of the game along with the logo and the challenge of taking the artwork and recreating it on the Amiga in 32 colours. The Amiga 32 colour Title screen […]
I like how things sometimes just happen… Take this morning for example, I was just checking my Twitter feed, sipping my morning cuppa when I gazed upon a tweet from YORE COMPUTER. The tweet was showing an advert from the 11th issue of Zero Magazine 1990 – the advert was a game I had “helped […]
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Neil for his Retro Tea Breaks series last year which as a regular viewer of his superb channel was a real honour. So when Mr.RMC himself asked me if I would be interested in creating some pixel art portraits of selected guests for his new book I […]
Back in 2011 whilst browsing through some of my art archives I found a disc image called “Sensible Golf Editor”. Of course I simple had to try it out even if I couldn’t remember how the thing actually worked! Well it was a great idea at the time but I just couldn’t remember what keys […]
Summer 2014, I worked on a pretty damn fine slots game for iOS, sadly no longer available; here’s a few shots from it.I provided all the artwork and animations for these games with the majority of the art created in Inkscape with a few of the bitmap edits done in Gimp and effects for speed […]
It’s been many years since the first Blobbit game came out and as many years again Mark and I have pondered on when we should work on it again. Neither one of us had the time previously but the planets have aligned correctly somewhere in the Universe and we both agree 2016 is to be […]
I was sitting on the sofa, as you do (or don’t if you have successfully mastered the art of levitation), when a thought crossed my mind. I pondered I did, I pondered again and this time the thought went a little something like this..”I wonder how many times I’ve drawn football player sprites over the […]
Here’s some old pixel art I made in 1995. Only thing I’ve added to it is a scanline filter (after x2 scale) original image was 320 x 256 , drawn 1 pixel at a time. I’m such a sucker for hand drawn anti-aliasing!
Meet Molly, nickname for the main character from the unreleased unfinished and unsigned game called Molotov Man developer to work on the Super Nintendo.