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Sun, 16 April 2017

'Things are going to slide'

So now that it has been officially announced by the Olivier Cornet Gallery (plus I have a few minutes to do this upload), I can now give you some new details about my upcoming exhibition with Ms. Kelly Ratchford. The title of the exhibition is 'Things are going to slide'. The official opening is on Thursday 11th May at 7pm. Therefore, if you are in Dublin and available, do come along and see. The gallery is as follows: Olivier Cornet Gallery, 3 Great Denmark Street, Dublin. For those that cannot make the exhibition or would like to visit more than once the exhibition runs till the 11th of...
Mon, 6 March 2017

Coat of Arms of the City States of Sin-Baekje

I may have mentioned this before, but I'm currently working on a two-person exhibition at the Olivier Cornet Gallery with Kelly Ratchford which will start in May. The process of preparing for the show has given me some good opportunities for a bit of world-building. Here is a sketch I did in preparation for one of my 12X12 pieces for the exhibition. It is the Coat of Arms of the City States of Sin-Baekje; a federation of city states in the southern part of the Korean peninsula...
Thu, 12 January 2017

No. 4

This is part of a picture I did ages ago as a present for a friend. The gentleman in the picture is No. 4, a military clone from the City States of Sin-Baekje (the Seoul-Incheon Metropolitan Zone to be more precise) who used to serve in the DMZ between Sin-Baekje and the Divine Kingdom of Sin-Goguryeo. Now he works as a freelance law enforcement agent with a private security contractor called Su-mi.
Wed, 28 December 2016

Countess Yelena Boretskaya of Old Novgorod

Another oldie. Sorry for not posting in a long while, I've been up to my proverbials with one thing and another. This picture is entitled "Countess Yelena Boretskaya of Old Novgorod attending a photo shoot by Thomas Andrews for fashion quarterly Dvoryanstvo (outfit by Natalia Plastinina)". I did it for a group exhibition entitled 'Flaneries in Forests and Fields' in the Olivier Cornet Gallery back in 2014.
Fri, 18 November 2016

Plate 3: A view of a tower belonging to an unknown structure somewhere west of the aboriginal settlement of Lundenwic

It seems like only yesterday that I drew this. Plate 3: A view of a tower belonging to an unknown structure somewhere west of the aboriginal settlement of Lundenwic; from Journeys in the Islands of North-western Eurasia by Lady Florence Kingsley-Bird, 12th Baroness Pfeiffer. That Baroness sure does get around. Perhaps I'll draw more of her adventures in the future...
Mon, 7 November 2016

Ogumo (tank destroyer) Concept Sketch

You know, it really bugs me that I almost never sketch anymore. There just never seems to be enough time. Even when I try to these days, I feel rushed and they never turn out right. Oh well, here’s a throwback to the good old day. This is the Ōgumo tank destroyer, one of the Obake Neo-Zaibatsu Conglomerates' most powerful weapons. It's produced by Jorōgumo, who also produce the Tsuchigumo, the Sasori and the Suzumebachi .
Fri, 28 October 2016

Rose Axson, Empress of America

Rose Axson, Empress of America Rose Axson , Empress of America, is believed to have lived from c.2458 to 2504. Her reign as Empress lasted for 24 years, from 2480 to 2504, which was an exceptionally long reign for the time. She is recorded by historians as being a particularly militant empress, expanding the territory and influence of the American Empire, then in its nascence, to its greatest extent during the 25 th century. Early Life Little is known about Rose Axson’s early life. She is generally assumed to have been of common birth, given the absence of the Axson family name in any of the...
Fri, 28 October 2016

Rose Axson, Empress of America, at the taking of Fort San Ysidro (2484)

… this 3125 painting by court artist E. Percy Leutze depicts Empress of America Rose Axson standing amid the aftermath of the Siege of San Ysidro . The piece was commissioned to commemorate the 645 th anniversary of Axson’s ascension to the Imperial throne, an event many historians view as the...