The Kringleset Chronicles: Rise Up, Rise Up! now has it's own song! Kara's magical song from the book has been brought to life thanks to the musical talents of Carmarthenshire based composer Danny Chang and the amazing vocals of young Medi Owen.
Friday, 4 December 2020
Tuesday, 1 December 2020
Just in time for advent - here's the back cover to Dawn Treacher's The Kringleset Chronicles: Rise Up, Rise Up! featuring my illustration of the Claus brothers.
Available in paperback and as ebook now, at Amazon.
Posted by Leighton Johns at 12:03 pm
Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Recently I had the chance to work on the cover illustration for Dawn Treacher's upcoming Christmas themed fantasy adventure for 8 - 12 year olds - The Kringleset Chronicles - Rise Up, Rise Up!
Hopefully I'll be sharing more artwork created for this soon.
Head to the book's Facebook page now for more details on the epic story itself and updates on the publication date.
Posted by Leighton Johns at 3:37 pm
Friday, 3 May 2019
Monday, 24 December 2018
Thursday, 13 December 2018
Another 50th anniversary in 2018 - Lennon's Revolution, and The Beatles' White Album. I painted this mock 7" single sleeve for Revolution, though it was only ever a B side to Hey Jude. The artwork also has an anniversary of sorts as I first sketched the concept 20 years ago!
Thursday, 6 December 2018
Wednesday, 5 December 2018
With the year racing towards it's close, I've been thinking of the various pop culture anniversaries that came and went this year. First up is Stanley Kubrick's 2001 - A Space Odyssey, which turned 50 in 2018! It's ageing pretty well I'd say. Here's some fan art for it, where the viewer gets to choose the orientation.
Tuesday, 30 October 2018
Monday, 29 October 2018
Another couple of pieces related to the Witch Pitch character designs in the previous post. The above were initial sketches for concept art showing the coven attacking a music festival . We see them circling the festival site from above then getting stuck into the festival goers. Seems I couldn't pass up a chance to throw a dash of red in there just to highlight the evisceration and decapitation in the background. The whole idea of 'Witches go to music festival - chaos ensues' was the brainchild of Chris Hayward and Nat Saunders.