Thursday, 17 April 2014

Sunday, 2 March 2014

Smörgåsbord

I've illustrated another Smörgåsbord of hilarity for my funny Swedish friend that can be found in issue 8 of OFFLIFE.

Thursday, 23 January 2014

AOI Portfolio

Don't waste your time trawling through everything I've ever done – you're a busy person with places to go and people to see. Do yourself a favour and click here for an easy to browse collection of my 'best bits' in my AOI Portfolio.

January Extra Time cartoons

A few Extra Time cartoons that are particularly relevant to January.

Saturday, 18 January 2014

A True Grit Jeff Daniels for #DrawCoenBrosCharacters

A True Grit Jeff Daniels for the #DrawCoenBrosCharacters collection from @themooks there are a load more great ones here:

Saturday, 11 January 2014

Friday, 10 January 2014

Another Fine Meth

A plasticine Laurel and Hardy/Breaking Bad illustration with Stan and Olly emulating Walt and Jesse by cooking up another fine meth.

I thought it might be interesting to show what goes into making one of my plasticine illustrations so below is a one minute, stop motion, time lapse video showing the process from start to finish – enjoy!

Monday, 6 January 2014

I bought myself a badge making machine for Christmas

I bought myself a badge making machine for Christmas, it makes 25mm, 38mm and 45mm diameter badges. Here are my plasticine planets turned into a set of nine badges that use all three sizes. Expect more badge related buffoonery soon.

Saturday, 4 January 2014

Officially licensed Star Wars Tshirts

http://www.welovefine.com/artists-partners/60145-elliott-quince#.Usgd7_ZFeRBA selection of my officially licensed Star Wars T shirts available to purchase from WeLoveFine.com

Friday, 3 January 2014

Milton Jones made out of Sculpey

Here's a model of the comedian Milton Jones that I've just finished. It's my first experiment using the modelling material Super Sculpey.
This is a test piece for something I'm thinking about doing for this year's Tringe Comedy 
Festival - last year I made these 'stand up stand ups'.
Below the finished painted model of Milton are a couple of process shots showing the baked model being sanded and then given a coat of primer. There may or may not be more, I'm not sure!