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Graphic Work 

Below I will include a collection of graphic work. This will include digital manipulation of photographs, vectorising of images (preparing a jpeg for vinyl cutting, lasercutting etc), Deep-etching of photographs for product catalogues, graphic design work, and several graphic works out of interest utilising both hand and digital mediums. For now there are only a few items which I carried through from my previous version of my website. I will upload more work once I have finished sorting through it.

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Deep Etching [Various]

Deep etching is a process whereby a digital image is prepared for inclusion into a product catalogue. The images are mostly digital photographs. However, digital renderings may also be prepared. This section includes work which I have done regarding this process of deep etching.

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Freelance Digital Photo Editing [Various]

Herewith I have included digital edited images in preparation for printed media. The images have been adjusted/ altered with regards to brightness, contrast, colour, hue and surface texture. Several have also been deep etched.

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Face 1

I drew this face with pen & ink and created the tonal variations with grey Copic markers. I really like this drawing and have edited it digitally into an ascii poster which is printable on A1.

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Face 2

An ascii artwork which I created from Face 1. The basic image was created using a free downloaded ascii generator which calculates the ascii pattern. The image was finished using Corel Photopaint.

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Angler fish

Every rose has its thorn. This is one of my favourite drawings. It is many underlying meanings. 

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Face 3

This is a drawing which I created recently which I think is pretty interesting. I did it using pencil, pen & ink, Copic Markers and whice acrylic.

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