I apply myself to a moderately wide range of jobs using my art style and expertise. I've done character design/art for board games, illustrated assets to be used in a music video and also produced a web banner of well known movie and tv characters for a review/news website.
I received an urgent commission very last minute from a branding company relating to a movie review website launch. Their previous artist had backed out and taken some of their budget with them, but they liked my stuff and I created them what they needed for the client within 2 days (despite already having other work). I created a very wide image containing 11 recognizable characters from film and tv.
I was commissioned by a Bristol Based musician to illustrate assets to be used in animated music video he wanted to create. I was given a story board to follow and simply had to recreate the scenes in my style as well as planning and working out how the assets would interact during the animating process.
I was commissioned to illustrate races/characters for a board game that used miniatures (similar to warhammer) that was still in development. I brought the characters and classes to life using my art style. I also did a comic page that illustrated the fighting style of one type of character against another that utilized hammers being strategically smashed into the ground to stamp runes onto the floor during combat.
I was tasked with turning the pet of one of the owners of a cat charity into a cartoon character which would then be used in a book. It was originally an online competition I'd found and that I won the chance to work on. Unfortunately it never went further than the development stage because of financial issues.
Illustration, specifically comic and character design.