8 September 2011

Inside My Sketchbooks

I know its been a long time since the last post! It's been a busy first month for Hero&Cape! Thank You to all our customers who have kept us busy!

So, seeing as this is a bit of comeback post I thought I'd make it as special as possible! I wanted to share with you some pages from my sketchbooks that I filled during the research phase of the whole Hero&Cape project. With these sketchbooks, the idea was just to draw everything and anything and see where it would take me! It's nice just to be alone with a sketchbook and a trusty fineliner!

Looking back at them now, I still see some illustrations that have potential to make it onto a Hero&Cape product. Having grown up in the 90's, I think it would be amazing to have a collection inspired by the pop culture of that decade! What do you think?

I'd like to feature a lot more artwork on this blog (from myself and others) so keep your eyes peeled for new posts! 

Thanks to @TempSec for taking on camera duties for these pictures! Hope you enjoyed the 50mm experience!


  1. wow, these are unbelievable, you can come into my art lessons anytime hahah!

    ramz and the flock

  2. love the gameboy sketch, I miss mine! Nostalgic. xx

  3. your sketchbook is so wonderful! <3 love it so much.

    xo zebra and meerkat

  4. I love all of these sketches. very interesting way to show them! you have a great modern design style, xx :)

  5. Loving the sketchbook nosey opportunity. Would love to see a nineties inspired collection, having also grown up in that era- the music is something I still listen to a lot.

  6. i love those animal sktetches - i think they would look fab on a tee! i've always wished i had the talent of drawing. i'd imagine if i could do it i would just draw ALL the time! i'm totally jealous!


  7. Love the foxes! You're very talented :)

    Sarah x


  8. these are so cool. I love the images, such a neat way to display your work!

  9. Wahou!!

    You draw very well!!!
    Like and more...LOVE LOVE LOVE!!


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