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A little about Fully Illustrated...

Fully Illustrated is a small award winning creative studio that provides passion fuelled creative solutions to the games & entertainment industries! Fully Illustrated has a vast 12 years experience in not only illustration and animation but equally user interface, website and app design.  While small in size, Fully Illustrated works on a global level, servicing the creative needs of companies around the world from the USA and Europe to the Far and Middle East.  What all this equates to is that Fully Illustrated offers the services and experience of large new media agencies at hugely reduced prices, coupled with a giant dose of personal service and oodles of passion.

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E3 2015 Wulverblade Trailer! - 16 June 2015

Hey Everyone, As you all know I’m hard at work on both client work and Wulverblade at the moment and here’s a good luck at what we’ve been up to with Wulverblade! This is the latest trailer! New characters, new environments, new everything! Hope you like it! Its taken a lot of blood, sweat and […]

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Latest releases...

Wulverblade

For those that don't already know, Wulverblade has been my main focus for about 2 years now so if you're wondering where all the illustration updates are, read on :)

Mini Figures

I've been working with the guys at Firestar Toys for years and when they mentioned this new project, I was somewhat excited! I'm a BIG Lego fan!

Sneaky Peeks...

Sneaky Peeks? What are they then?

This is a small collection of 15 random snippets from across the site. The idea is simple really, it's designed to catch your eye. See something interesting? Something you haven't seen before? Well go on, give it a click, what's the worst that could happen?

FI-Faves...

Gojiyo

Its been many, many years since I worked on anything virtual world related, so it was great fun to put together the new site Gojiyo!

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Sonica Castle

One of my favourite parts of the Sonica package, the castle...oooooooh spooky! This formed a large part of the story and was used as the end of level challenge!

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