I Have An Idea.

January 24, 2011

Could be a new Old Spice commercial – “Now look at me. I’m on fire…” Read the rest of this entry »


Not For The Squeamish.

January 24, 2011

So, one of my not-so-new obsessions is taxidermy, and late last year I was able to get near a week in a shed with David Luxford, renowned taxidermist, and now good friend. I will spare you the squirmier photos, but after getting past the initial shock of pushing needle and thread through undeniable dermis in an endeavour to revive beauty of this now departed creature, it was quite a blast; a phase, I assure you, this is not. Read the rest of this entry »

Feline Decline – Part 2.

September 6, 2010

Another one in the series.

Feline Decline.

September 6, 2010

One of the drawings in a series of 7 I did a minute ago, a narration on the declining years for the Cat in the Hat after Dr. Suess stepped off the planet. I chose to take the route where the cat looses the helium in his mind balloon after his creator returns to dust. This particular one belongs to another artisan I know, who works mainly in old Porsche’s. I’ll try rustle up some photos of the others in the series.


August 30, 2010

Last year, around this time, a friend of mine asked me to paint his portrait. An honour I gladly accepted. Have a squiz at the painting after the plunge.

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Forgiveness Please.

August 25, 2010

Sorry for the tardiness in posts, I have been at war, the enemy: the ordinary. Here are some photos from the trenches.

The Black Arrow.

April 25, 2010

Named after the ship the first McCready came out to Australia on, The Black Arrow is part of a series called Convict Surfboards. More pictures to come.


April 8, 2010

This is an ordinary photo of a small portion of the space I work in. To see some excellent photos, taken by a pro, of my space and others, smash this.


April 7, 2010

Progress on the drawing board. These aren’t the latest photos, so when I can chronologically reconcile the camera click button and reality, I will post an up to date photo.

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On The Wall.

March 31, 2010

I was visiting the progress on my buddy’s 356 the other day and saw these plans for coolness. Brian is the body guy doing a fine job on Simon’s Porsche and in his spare time he conjures up genius to make his Karmann Ghia even radder than it already is. This drawing is flat-stick, machine-gun-noises excellent. Makes you want to draw mazes and trap-door covered fire pits in crayon.