One image in a series about Bamako, the capital of Mali. This piece speaks about old traditions meeting current political situations.
[ink, graphite, gouache, digital]
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An image from a short series on space travel.
[ink, charcoal, pencil, digital]
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Here’s a little framed illustration for a Dungeons & Dragons-themed show that I had a few pieces in. Sometimes it’s easy to forget what artwork looks like in this context, instead of onscreen!
[sepia ink on paper, (c) 2103 A.Moir]
A view from the ocean floor, in ink. Another page from my shipwreck book.
I’ve made a little book about a shipwreck and a turtle, here’s a panel from it.
A recent project called for an exploration of mythology.
While not strictly a myth, I chose to illustrate Cernunnos, the ancient Celtic “Lord of the Animals”, or “Lord of Wild Things.” He is often depicted with a horned serpent, and torcs hanging from his antlers. He is know as a “peaceful god nature and fruitfulness.”
All images (c) 2013 A.Moir, no reproduction without permission
A portrait of one of my favorite people, in acrylic.
(c) 2013 A.Moir No Reproduction without permission of artist.