Monday, April 9, 2012

Digital Illustration Master Class 14 & 15 April

Hi all - just wanted to give those if you in the Wellington area a heads up regarding the White Cloud Worlds 2 day Digital Illustration workshop coming up this weekend, at Massey College of Creative Arts. Paul Tobin and myself will be teaching the fundamentals of creating illustrations using Photoshop, and giving away a few of the secrets we've both learned from many years in the business.

It's a fun, informal way to get some one-on-one tuition from a couple of seasoned industry professionals, and there are still a couple of spots left. You can enroll here!

Also this weekend, Ben Wootten is taking a 2 day Traditional Sculpting for Creature Design workshop, also at Massey. There are a couple of spots available in this class, too, and it should be a blast for those of you who'd like get to grips with the entire process of creating a design maquette.

Might see you there!

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Prints For Sale

I have a selection of limited edition giclee prints available to purchase. They are printed using archival inks on 100% cotton Hahnemühle Photo Rag archival fine art stock.

Please email me at if you'd like to purchase a print, or for more information. I will ship internationally, and you will be advised of the shipping costs when you make your enquiry.

The actual prints do not have the Cranky Machine blog address or the copyright on them.

Here are the prints!


Image size 290mm x 410mm 
Edition of 50, hand numbered, titled and signed
$150.00 NZD


Image size 420mm x 594mm
Edition of 10, hand numbered, titled and signed
$320.00 NZD

Inghram's Approach

Image size 425mm x 260mm 
Edition of 50, hand numbered, titled and signed
$150.00 NZD


Image size 1200mm x 735mm
Edition of 5, hand numbered, titled and signed
$550.00 NZD

Victori and Ash

Image size 584mm x 800mm
Edition of 10, hand numbered, titled and signed
$380.00 NZD


Monday, February 13, 2012

White Cloud Worlds Exhibition comes to Auckland

White Cloud Worlds is a first-of-its-kind popular culture exhibition, which showcases the diverse and unique work created by New Zealand science fiction and fantasy artists.

16 February – 15 April  –  Free Admission

Come and check it out!