My main medium is oil paint but I do like to use inks and graphite as well. I mainly focus on political and social issues that I feel strong about and try to create images that tell a story.
I use a trademark style to illustrate a whole range of subjects. Some of my favorites are architecture and cityscapes, and drawing the everyday stuff of life.
My specific discipline within illustration is visual development targeted towards the cinematic arts, be it animation or live action feature length film. I have skills in environment design, prop design, and character design. Included in my skill sets are proficient use of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Flash, the 3D Maya Modeling pipeline, 2D animation, as well as the use of most traditional art mediums.
I would say my specialty would be black and white inked work, specifically with an attention to detail.
children's books, advertising and doodles
Short stories/narratives and characters.
Experimenting with typography
Drawing with forms rather than lines
Simple 'clean' illustrations
Fashionable and stylish illustrations that are simple and clean, yet filled with details.
I would have to say Tarzan or the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs as well as that of Conan and Robert E Howards works. Although primarily a "fantasy" illustrator, I do not limit myself to this one genre of work. I do Biblical illustrations, Sci/fi, horror as well as cartooning and childrens books as well.
Children's books, educational, magazine work, work for websites and advertising. Mostly digital, colourful, apparently naive, day-dreaming and a bit surrealistic illustrations.
Caricature, I guess (though I also do children's book work, editorial and comic book-type work as well)
Humorous, character based work, mainly for children's books, greetings and editorial.
Humorous illustration and graphic novels.
Conceptual, educational, editorial, children's books, postal stamps, murals, posters.
I tend to specialize in drawings with intricate details, and develop my work using photocopies to play around with layout. In my latest work I scanned all of my drawings into Photoshop and printed them in brown onto paper and ephemera from 1882. I enjoy transferring my illustrations onto surfaces, and have in the past burnt illustrations onto a wooden dining chair.