Friday, July 17, 2015



Updates of my work will now continue on my new blog. The new blog address will serve as an everyday diary of my work. Ranging from doodles to full rendered artwork and the latest updates with software, techniques and new projects.

This new address also provides a better link to my Google+, email address and YouTube Channel, where you can find more of my work.

See you on the other side....

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

My Masters Work 2014

Click above to check out the collection of my 3D work created at the University of Bournemouth. I'm now available as a Freelance Illustrator and 3D Artist and looking to get stuck in to the industry. Please like, share and comment on my page. I hope you enjoy... its been tough, but rewarding and Im looking forward to producing more work in this field.

Monday, September 8, 2014

New Children's Book Illustrator on the horizon! :)

Rachie Illustration (New Blog)!

I have worked along side Rachael Ansell, she is a pleasure to talk to and bouncing off ideas of our illustration work. I also attended some of her workshops based on her medium and character designs. I have partnered up with Rachael during Children Workshops and promoting our work at Festival Stalls and Gallery's across the Isle of Man. I heard that she has just recently finished a fully Illustrated Children Picture Book, which I cant wait to check out on this blog sometime soon. Rachael has a friendly and whimsical aesthetic to her work  and I hope she grabs the attention of many other authors, publishers and artists such as myself.


Tuesday, April 8, 2014

The link above is the latest work from my Masters in 3D Computer Animation at the University of Bournemouth. This short sequence is from my group project assignment and its thanks to the efforts and skills from my team, that I have enjoyed working with.

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

KASSOSO: 'When Myth Becomes Reality', by David Leesley

Illustration by, Tom Egan. Published by, 'Penwith Press', Cornwall.

As I have been working with 3D Software lately, it was nice to be able to have the time to indulge back into my traditional medium on another edition of David Leesely's book release (coming soon)! The cover is a depiction of the tribal myth of the 'Werebats', transforming from the volcano to the jungle floor. I specifically wanted to create a haunting and linear look to the cover, set during the night, but keeping the detail on the figures. Washed in water-colour, ink and black pen, picking out the key colours from the volcano, the golden mane and luminescent fungi.