I work in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop and have two main styles of illustration: with keyline and without. Both styles are shown below. My keyline artworks are perfect for diagrams and step-by-step instructions. To see many more of my non-keyline artworks, take a look at my cards and prints on the Helium Badger website.
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These two book covers were commissioned by Quiller Publishing.

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Hastings Contemporary commissioned this design for use on merchandise.

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These black & white illustrations were commissioned by Quiller Publishing for a book on falconry.

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Invitation to the 80th birthday of a lifelong animal lover. She has travelled the world to see wildlife, visiting such places as Kenya, the Galapagos Islands, India and Antarctica.

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Cards to hold vouchers for White's Seafood and Steak Bar in Hastings and Battle

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Congratulations cards for the arrival of babies of friends who live next door. Both our gardens are invaded by badgers at night. Between the first and second child we got a dog. That's the first child riding on her back.

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I have been asked to produce maps on several occasions. These were for a prospectus for Blackheath High School in London.

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Hands can feature a lot in step-by-step instructions. These artworks, for Appleseed Editions, formed part of sequences in children's non-fiction books on magic, cookery and survival.

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Also for Appleseed Editions, these are from a series of children's non-fiction books on energy sources.

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A small selection from many dozens of illustrations for a six-part series on magic tricks.

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These are taken from a children's non-fiction series called Living Things, for Appleseed Editions.