Pin Up Style Commissions

I made a form for commissioners to fill in, should they be interested in commissioning me.

I’ve never used anything like this before, so I hope it all works!


Noctis Warden


For more information about this particular chapter head on over to Fishy Wargaming the owners of the Noctis Wardens.

I always enjoy drawing Space Marines cause they always provide such an interesting challenge – so if you want to throw one at me then please do as I love hearing your suggestions for these guys.



Big Announcement Time!!

Teaser Patreon


You might have already seen it if you’ve viewed my main page.
I have made a Patreon account!


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It would mean the world and more to me if you came and gave me a follow over there!
You don’t need to pledge any money to follow me and most of my posts will be public – I’ll share things over there that I don’t here, like Speed Paint Videos, Sketches and WIP’s so it’s worth while!

Even better if you’d pledge! I only have one tier for my ‘stuff’ and it’s only $3!

If you don’t feel like following or pledging, then please share this blog post as far and wide as possible!!
I’d really like to give this a proper try and anything like that is a wonderful encouragement~

Many Thanks



Pin up Space Marine

Legion of Dave

This is something that stems from Twitter!!

I enjoy drawing Pin-Ups and I enjoy drawing 40k stuff.

Why not combine the two?

Kizmit Cross Goth


Does anyone else feel like their art changes between the sketching phase and the completion phase?

I know that the obvious answer is yes, because it clearly does. But, what I feel is that there is so much life and energy in sketches, but in artwork in it’s final form feels rather… lifeless compared?

Just to show the two side by side as a comparison. There is something certainly more refined about the coloured version but I can feel more life and energy in sketches. I think it’s one of the wonderful things about art. I mean, one doesn’t devalue the other and they’re both there for anyone and everyone to enjoy. I just though it was something interesting to think about.


Skaejre Bust


Another speed paint video for you – I wanted to see how things looked when finishing a picture with colours and such.

I think I made the colouring part of the video a bit too quick though, it’s a bit difficult to keep up with it – something to remember for the next one!

I currently host my videos on youtube; WordPress does have the option of uploading videos, but you need to have a premium account for it (and not the cheapest option either) so I am thinking of ways I can afford this and potentially make the upgrade. For the time being I’ll have to use YouTube and hope that it all goes okay.

I would much prefer to keep things ‘in house’ but when that’s not an option others have to be explored!

The character is Skaejre, the ‘main’ character from my Sea of Souls project.