Got a few paintings and sketches in the works but struggling to be happy with them recently. This one annoys me too, but is in the lead compared to the other things in the works! A castle on a mountain somewhere… probably Wales 🙂
I had the honour of working with the team at Jiggery Pokery to create a set of icons for their latest release, Godfinger 2!
The game is out now for both iPhone and iPad. Grab it here: https://itunes.apple.com/app/godfinger-2/id982923857?mt=8
Format: iPad and iPhone
Studio: Jiggery Pokery
At the start of 2013 I got asked if I wanted to work on a remastering of the original Fable game. It was the release of the first Fable game, over 10 years ago, which made me want to work in the game industry. I am thrilled and privileged to say that I have been able to work on the same game that opened my eyes and filled my dreams. I dont think many can say that!
Here is a collection of videos showing some of the UI work I did for Fable Anniversary. These videos show the PC version of the game using mouse and keyboard as the control system.
You can read more about each video and my processes on my portfolio pages:
Going back a few years to 2012, fresh out of University I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to work at Lionhead Studios as a UI Artist on the Xbox 360 Kinect title, Fable The Journey.
I realised I never got round to making some videos of that work, so here is a menu and HUD demonstration.
You can read a bit more about them and see some screenshots on my portfolio pages at:
I have vowed to do more painting and drawing in my spare time, this is the first finished piece of that vow! It is based on a drawing I did in April 2015, imaginatively called Dragon No.8
I have learnt that painting feathers is hard…
For fans of boost and boosh! I couldn’t resist!
Stickers and tshirts available here: http://www.redbubble.com/people/missjen/works/15766928-the-mighty-boost?p=t-shirt
Having a passion for icons and design, I just had to turn my own wedding in to a graphic design project! I created this logo based from our nicknames, Panda and Polar Ber, to help symbolise our marriage; two becoming one. I used the logo as much as I could for the day, it was part of the stationary, table plans, decorations and wedding favours. We had a music visual theme to the day, vinyl records and guitar plectrums being a core focus for the decorations and gifts for our guests.