Art | Snow White | Coloured Pencil Portrait

I haven’t had time to sketch in so long! I’m planning on starting a new series of portraits, and who better than the Disney princesses, who are, let’s be honest, my main daily inspiration?

This portrait has been sketched completely by coloured pencils, and I used very little reference images so that my work is original in pose and colour. Apart from the obvious princess artwork, I was also inspired by headshots of early Hollywood stars such as Clara Bow, Jean Harlow, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, which is fitting with the era when Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs was released (1939). They always looked very dreamy as they look off into the distance with their big doe eyes, which is what I happily managed to capture in this drawing.

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Who would you like to see me draw next in this style? Let me know in the comments!image

Movies | ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge’ Review | Spoiler Free

After having to wait a whole two weeks to see this movie due to work commitments, my excitement levels were through the roof as I sat impatiently waiting for the movie to start. I’m not a big fan of most epic action movie franchises (Lord Of The Rings for example), I tend to get bored sitting through long run times, but Pirates Of The Caribbean is certainly different and has always kept me gripped to the edge of my seat throughout each adventure on the high seas. Continue reading “Movies | ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge’ Review | Spoiler Free”

Lifestyle | MCM London Comic Con Haul

As always with big events such as cons, I love to bring a good merch haul home with me… And what bigger and better comic con than MCM London?! The event had some great offers and low prices, of which I just couldn’t refuse. If you missed my travel report from the day, you can read it here. You can also view my video from the day here, which features a tonne of other cool merch that was available. Continue reading “Lifestyle | MCM London Comic Con Haul”