gyromite

Posted by campbell March 6th, 2011

gyro web
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hogan’s alley

Posted by campbell March 5th, 2011

hogans alley web
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golf

Posted by campbell March 4th, 2011

golf web
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excitebike

Posted by campbell March 3rd, 2011

excitebike web
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duck hunt

Posted by campbell March 3rd, 2011

duck hunt web
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donkey kong jr math

Posted by campbell March 2nd, 2011

donkey kong jr web
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clu clu land

Posted by campbell March 1st, 2011



Hahaha, you see what I did just then? With that previous post? I bet you were all freaking out thinking “Jeez, what’s Campbell doing with all these sports illustrations he doesn’t even like sports?”
Well you’re right! I don’t like sports, but I like NES games! This is a series of illustrations of all the games from the NES. Yea, it started as a flippant comment on twitter, but now I’m doing it. One a day. Stay tuned. (for the next two years)

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sports

Posted by campbell February 28th, 2011

10 yard
baseball web

Everyone loves sports! Here’s some sports for you, they’re called “football” and the other one is called “baseball”. They’re both played with balls and feet, and bases.

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drawing a bike from memory

Posted by campbell February 19th, 2011


I saw a post over at BoingBoing a few days ago challenging readers to draw a bicycle from memory. I was at work, and did a quick piece on some scrap paper. After finishing I check with some photos of bicycles to see how I’d done. Some parts are missing, but it’s not too bad.

I’ve since dragged it in to photoshop to colour it, which is what you see above.

It’d be a fun challenge to do more of these “from memory” drawings of other, complicated, everyday objects.

The project was started by Andrew Neher over at Bike Drawings. There are a ton of great examples over there, from super accurate ones, to the ridiculously wrong. They’re all wonderful, in fact, the “worse” they are, the better!

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astor chalk

Posted by campbell February 17th, 2011



photos courtesy of Steve Lobo

I was lucky enough to take part in this years chalk mural competition put on by the City of Stirling. The theme for this years competition was “A Night at the Movies”. I chose to illustrate a couple out together at the Astor Theatre, I wanted to avoid depicting a “Marilyn Monroe hanging out with James Dean” scene, which I really can’t stand.

It was the first time I’d worked in chalk in this way (the blackboard at work is a quite different), so it was a huge learning experience. Note for next time: bring sponges, and a ton more chalk. That stuff just evaporates!

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