Latest oil painting on the drawing board.
I painted this in August 2018 but I hadn’t uploaded it to my website yet. Seeing as the actress herself liked this painting on my Instagram account yesterday I thought it was time to share it here too. It’s from the film Mortal Engines and features the character Hester Shaw played by Hera Hilmar.
The film is adapted from the novels written by Philip Reeve.
Update 2018 – I finished this one last year but didn’t update the blog. Here’s the finished painting. It even got a like from Mark Hamill himself on Twitter 😀
While finishing off the Blade Runner 2049 painting I’ve also started a new Star Wars oil painting this weekend. This is Luke Skywalker and Rey from The Last Jedi.
Update 2018 – This was finished last year and has now been posted on the home page. Here’s the finished painting below.
After seeing the latest trailer for Blade Runner 2049 I decided to do a new oil painting of some of the characters. Here’s a section of the painting that I’m working on. I’ll post the full painting once it’s finished.
Updated 18th May
Here’s the full view of my Han Solo Episode 7 oil painting.
Of course you’ve all seen the original Star Wars movie… Haven’t you?
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… Han shot Greedo in the Mos Eisley cantina on Tatooine. I imagined if Greedo had any kids they’d be pretty pissed off with Han.
So 30 years on and still wearing that same old black waistcoat Han pops back to his old stomping ground only to find the son of Greedo armed with his fathers pistol seeking revenge. Don’t think the old smoothie could charm his way out of this one.
Who shoots first this time? I’ll leave that to your imagination! 🙂
After 1 year I’ve only just noticed this link with my Yoda painting in its published format.
Here’s an oil painting of Yoda I did for the Star Wars The Card Game last year. I had to wait until the game was released before I could post the artwork, then I totally forgot!
My artwork is on the cover of the September 2013 issue of Digital FilmMaker magazine! There’s a 6 page article inside and an interview with creator Justin Tagg.
Here’s one version of part of the artwork for the Mouse-X film poster I’ve been working on. It’s been great working on this project and I’m looking forward to watching this short film when it’s complete later this year. Here’s the link to the website again Mouse-X