Commercial illustration and related work.
An early rough for a cover I’m working on. It’s for the fifth novel in the popular “Caspasian” series series of historical thrillers by Anthony Conway. More information when the entire series is available.
I did the cover illustration a while back, but the Extreme Planets anthology will be published by Chaosium later this year.
I’ve been working on a lot of engineering and construction illustrations, so this makes a nice change. Not a cog, valve or pipe to be seen.
I’ve been working for engineering companies lately, finding ways to make big lumps of metal look good. Some are quite pretty in a sculptural way, but I’m not allowed to show them. So, here’s something in the same style I created between jobs.
I’m working on some illustrations that have a definite sixties modernist feel.
Working on more book covers, and like most designers at some point in their career I’m shamelessly stealing from the work of Saul Bass.
Issue 6 of Midnight Echo, the official magazine of the Australian Horror Writers Association is now available. I provided the cover illustration and a short interview in which they were nice enough to describe me as a ‘rising talent’. I wonder how long I can get away with that…
Issue 6 of Midnight Echo, the official magazine of the Australian Horror Writers Association will be available in November. The theme of this issue is science fiction horror, with stories from Cody Goodfellow, Cat Sparks, Stephen Dedman, Shane Jiraiya Cummings and Joanne Anderton, amongst others. There are also interviews with Hugo and Locus Reader Award winning author Charles Stross, and renowned science fiction artist Chris Moore.
Trick or Treat by John Gatehouse and Dave Windett is now available, so visit the Little Lemming Books site to help Neela stop those rampaging monsters! The ebook is currently available from Amazon and Lulu. The Amazon version can be viewed on the Kindle or the Kindle app for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and PC. The Lulu EPUB version can be viewed on a range of devices and apps such as the iPhone, iPad, Nook, Adobe Digital Editions and more.
The new website for commercial illustrator Chris Moore went online a couple of weeks ago, and we’ve added the print ordering service. Limited runs of selected images are now available. Prints are approximately A2 size (420mm x 594mm) and each one is signed, numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Images are printed with light-fast pigment based inks on 315 gsm archive quality paper.