Saturday, 7 March 2009

The World of Pete McAllen

Another pic put together for Pete McAllen. Although it's super realistic, it isn't actually based on a real place. Several people were instantly disappointed at hearing that. However, it would be great to see a building in the shape of a guitar and a few more hot-air balloons around wouldn't it. I think large concrete letters would be going a bit too far...unless maybe it was a giant swear word. That'd be pretty hilarious in a high school kinda way. Anyway, link below...

Monday, 2 March 2009

Barny Vs Winnie Vs The 80's

Nothing says 'ROCK!' more than a quasi-Barny/Winnie character playing 80's keyboard in a funky hat. Well, that's what I was thinking when I drew this. The next day I thought nothing says 'WHAT?' more than a quasi-Barny/Winnie character playing 80's keyboard in a funky hat. Perspective's a funny thing. I mean I'm sure what Prince was wearing in the 80's was mind blowing at the time, but if I wore that to work on Monday the fashion police would be called post-haste and a journey to the bosses could be due.

Pete McAllen Mobile

Another drawing done for Pete's website, but also for his tour of Poland. The truth is, Pete's real car doesn't look anything near as cool as this number. A nice retro late 60's VW Combi, ideally baby blue with a white roof and one of those nice smelling vanilla scent tree's hanging from the rear view mirror.  In reality I think he's actually got a Nissan Pulsar or something and it definitely doesn't have his initials on it or anything. Maybe in marker pen.

Pete McAllen New Website

Here's some work I did for the one and only... Pete McAllen. Actually that's a bit of a lie, according to Google there's another Pete McAllen who's a structural engineer in Kent. But, the Pete McAllen I'm talking about is a singer/songwriter from Norwich. You shouldn't get the two mixed up though, hiring this Pete McAllen to supervise the installation of a hydraulic lift could be a bit of a disaster. But, he writes good songs, so check him out...

Wobbly Contoured Style

This is the first in a series of freaky looking guys from bands. I'm starting to now work in this wobbly kind of perspective with thick lines which I colour in later. But, what do you care? Not really your business either. If I was you I wouldn't even keep reading this. In fact I would have already scrolled further down the page. Hopefully you have, but if you haven't, you should have because the last couple of sentences have quite honestly been a waste of time.