Sunday, 29 July 2012


Hello everyone. This was a piece that painted about a month ago. It was for the cover of an online audio horror fiction podcast called "Tales To Terrify". I was really honored to be featured in this months show as a guest artist at the beginning of the episode. Do check out the podcast if you're a lover of stories as they feature some of the best stories every week on the show. Also check out the hugo award winning "Starshipsofa" podcast if you're a fan of science fiction stories. I'll have both of the links below for the website. Cheers everyone!

Tales To Terrify:

Friday, 27 July 2012

Nightmare Canyon

Hello everyone. Bringing you another piece that i did. I almost lost this piece halfway through painting it as i was stupid enough to mess around with some windows settings on my computer in order to speed it up, and that kinda let to my hard drive crashing and i had to reformat my entire windows. Luckily i managed to load safe mode and grab all my paintings as well as my brush set. Painted in Photoshop CS5 with Wacom Intuos 4. Took around 4 hours to paint this piece minus all the technical issues. Cheers guys!

Thursday, 19 July 2012

Claws Of Faith

Hello everyone. Finally managed to pull off a painting amidst being sick for the last week. I was trying to get this piece done a couple of days ago but finally managed to finish it today. Painted in Photoshop CS5 with the Wacom Intuos 4. Hope you guys like it.

Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Sanctuary In The Mountains

Hello everyone! A new piece i started working on today. Tried out some new photoshop brushes. Pretty cool stuff. Total time taken for this piece was around 5 hours give or take. I was watching a lecture by James Paick on my second monitor while painting along with him. He's such an amazing artist/teacher and i really learnt alot from his tutorials. 

Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Village At The Peak

Hey guys! Managed to put aside some time to do a personal piece. I pretty much stuck with a traditional approach by using only one brush for most of this painting and also avoided photo textures. If you have any questions, feel free to drop me an email and i'll try to reply them as soon as possible. Cheers!