Skill stems from curiosity.
Curiosity feeds the hours invested.

When I started to draw with a computer about 10 years ago I used to take a photo of my drawings and then retouch them, making the lines bolder and erasing all of the noise and unwanted bits. Nowadays I tend to skip that process and draw straight into the computer using a mouse. The mouse has been my pencil for several years now but I still carry my bags of sketchbooks from house to house to remind myself where it all began. I have an open-book approach to my work now but pretty much treat Instagram as my sketchbook. There's no true theme to my work and I draw what inspires me. If you like it, that's great.

The simplicity of my drawings doesn't necessarily reflect the time taken to draw them. A single portrait, for example, can take anything from 2-4 hours to complete. The more faces you add, the more time that takes me to draw... add a detailed background, that takes more time. I have no problem with turning down work if someone tries to undersell me. I stick to what I believe in, a fair exchange of my well spent time for your well earned coins. My following has been incredible and have been very fortunate, and returning regulars reinforce my belief that my time drawing, is never wasted.

Below is a taste of some of the drawings I've done in the past...