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). The new products … Continue reading New products in the Sterry Cartoons Shop
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. Continue reading Vector Illustration for #DevonHour
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 … Continue reading ‘The Festival’ by Jazz Greenhill
Yesterday I designed a new logo for Sterry Cartoons! If you like the cartoons it’d really make me happy if could give me a thumbs up or a wave on facebook and twitter! We’ve also got a new shop! Thank you all! 😀 x Continue reading New Logo Design for Sterry Cartoons
Hello and thank you to all of the the people who suggested cartoons for my mini competition. There were quite a few good ones, both on Sterry Cartoons facebook page and on twitter (@HannahSterry). TOP 3 FACEBOOK SUGGESTIONS: “It’s PC gone mad!” ~ Bilgeboy Bob “The iphone” ~ Pete Foreman “Isambard Kingdom Brunel trying to construct Ikea furniture.” ~ Mitch Mitchell I have already drawn two of … Continue reading Sterry Cartoons Competition Results!
Last week I asked people to send in their requests for Sterry Cartoons on Facebook and here’s the first completed cartoon! This particular request was from ‘Bilgeboy Bob’, who suggested: A crossed eyed cartoon computer with tongue hanging out, jumping up and down – caption “It’s PC gone mad, I tell you!” I think I got most of it, except the jumping up and down part. I really … Continue reading It’s PC gone mad, I tell you!
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 … Continue reading The Fire Horse
I’ve just opened a new shop with society6 because of their range of products and the professional look of the shop galleries, but I’m interested to hear the opinions of people already using the site to sell their work. I’ve spotted Jess Smart Smiley‘s illustrations on there and Alastair‘s photography, but wondered if anyone else on here uses it too and how they think it compares … Continue reading Does anyone out there use society6?
This happened after I came across Jess Smiley’s blog and saw that he was looking for monster doodles to include in Rumpus on the Run: A Monster Look-N-Find Book! It’s well worth having a look at his illustrations, because you won’t be able to help but smile! NAQs (Never Asked Questions): “Why does your monster have wellies?” I’m not sure how many monsters wear wellies, but I … Continue reading The Lesser Spotted Devonian Wellie-Wearing Blob Monster
This cartoon was the result of childishness, silliness and far too long spent around some not-so-agile cats! Available on t-shirts over here: Catastrophe T-Shirts Hannah x Continue reading Sterry Cartoons: Catastrophe!