The same image, diffrently coloured and amended four times, using photoshop. Pencil and pen before being scanned into the computer. I don't know how many times I've thought about this idea, and then not done it, because of the work involved. Well worth the stiff neck I've ended up with after all the effort.
An exercise in style. Pen, pencils and then photoshop. I've become very interested in inverting images with software to see what the effect will be. I often find that the result is better than my original version. Best seen large.
Reflection in canal, turned upside down for better effect. What look like stars are merely bits of foam. No Photoshop was used. This is exactly how my Lomo LC 1 saw it.
To get this photo, I stood on the edge of the canal and took a shot of my feet. The mirror-clear water reflected the building on the other side of the canal and the flash from my camera. The illusion of standing over a drop was so powerful that I thought I might fall in.
Taken on the hospital grounds with my Lomo on my way back from a shift.
British Artist Darryl Cunningham is a prolific cartoonist. His book Psychiatric Tales is out now from Blank Slate in the UK, and from Bloomsbury in the US. He's currently working on Uncle Bob Adventures, also for Blank Slate. Science Tales is out now from Myriad Editions . Read all about me in this interview.