New products in the Sterry Cartoons Shop

Last weekend I was lucky enough to catch up with some amazing friends in Bristol. We played board games, drank mead and ventured in to the City Centre for a quick bit of Christmas shopping!

This week has been a bit quieter, so I’ve been working to improve the selection of products available in the Sterry Cartoons Shop (note: prices may vary).

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The new products available include:

  • Cushions
  • Mugs
  • Clocks
  • iPhone Cases
  • Tote Bags
  • T-Shirts
  • Scarves
  • Dresses
  • Leggings
  • Miniskirts
  • Duvets
  • Notebooks
  • Pencil Cases
  • Acrylic Art Blocks
  • Canvas Prints
  • Greeting Cards

 

 

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Vector Illustration for #DevonHour

#DevonHour cartoon by Sterry Cartoons. Illustrated by Hannah Sterry. Created for Devon Hour business and networking chat on twitter.
#DevonHour cartoon by Sterry Cartoons. Illustrated by Hannah Sterry. Created for Devon Hour business and networking chat on twitter.
Devon Hour cartoon from Sterry Cartoons. Illustrated by Hannah Sterry.
Created for the #DevonHour business and networking chat on twitter.

I had a little bit of spare time today and decided to create this for the #DevonHour community. It was a good chance to play with some of the textures in Inkscape and create something colourful and fun.

‘The Festival’ by Jazz Greenhill

The cover illustration of Jazz Greenhill’s comic ‘The Festival’. Published by Avery Hill Publishing.
This amazing picture is by Jazz Greenhill. She's awesome and has a really cool blog over here: http://jazzgillustration.blogspot.co.uk/
This amazing picture is by Jazz Greenhill. She’s awesome and has a really cool blog over here: http://jazzgillustration.blogspot.co.uk/


The Festival by Jazz Greenhill

The sketch above was drawn by a very smiley, happy, Jazz Greenhill when I bumped in to her one evening at a gig in Kingsbridge. You can usually find her sketching something (which explains why her illustrations are so good!) and she’s just released her first full-length comic “The Festival”, which you can read about and buy here:
The Festival by Jazz Greenhill

She’s a wonderful person and a talented illustrator and having seen her work so far, I’m sure she’ll create some brilliant things in the future so she’s definitely worth a follow!

 

Extract from Jazz Greenhill's comic 'The Festival'. Published by Avery Hill Publishing.
Extract from ‘The Festival’
by Jazz Greenhill
Published by Avery Hill Publishing.

A closer look at the illustrations in Jazz Greenhill’s comic ‘The Festival’.
A closer look at the illustrations in
Jazz Greenhill’s comic ‘The Festival’.

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Hope you’re enjoying the summer!

The Fire Horse

The Fire Horse by Hannah Sterry. An illustration of a rearing stallion on the surface of a flame-covered sun!
The Fire Horse by Hannah Sterry. An illustration of a rearing stallion on the surface of a flame-covered sun!
The Fire Horse by Hannah Sterry.

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The Fire Horse by Hannah Sterry is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Feel free to print this and use it for cards, wall pictures and general personal use! If you really like it and want to show your appreciation you can make me incredibly happy by sending a little donation via PayPal or sharing this post on facebook and twitter. Either of these things makes me happier than anyone could think possible and will make me smile crazily (you can demand photos if you don’t believe me)!

This is an illustration I did for fun a few years ago. At the time I was at a certain well-known university studying Mathematics and battling with depression and it was just nice to create something again. Usually I’d use music to combat depression, but I discovered that playing music in halls of residence gets you hated pretty quickly by the hall wardens and there were only 8 practice rooms on campus between over 20,000 students so there were never any free (no wonder the waiting list for counselling there was about 3 months long). One of the guys in my halls resorted to practicing his saxophone in a field, because he was threatened by the hall warden for playing in his room. I’m glad that I left.

NOTE: There might be a depression post coming up soon, because I’ve recovered enough to feel strong enough to speak about it and because I think it’s good to tell people about these things for solidarity and to reduce stigma (because stigma against an illness that affects over 25% of the population at one point or another is ridiculous).