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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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Exploded View Cover Art Featured on Barnes and Noble! - 11 July 2016

Hey Everyone, Posts are thin as usual recently but needless say, I’m working hard as always on both my awesome contract jobs and my beloved Wulverblade. I just wanted to quickly share a post over on Barnes and Noble that features the cover art I’ve recently completed for the upcoming sci-fi novel ‘Exploded View’. I’d […]

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Latest releases...

3rd Earth

This was an incredible UI project for possibly the most complex and deep mobile game I've ever worked on!

Democracy 3 – Africa

After working on the original Democracy 3 project I was lucky enough to be invited to handle the branding, site design and UI concept designs for the follow up, Africa!

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...

Gratuitous Space Battles

Its all in the name, Gratuitous Space Battles! Awesome. I was invited to re-design the homepage of this UK based killer Indie game!

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The Monsters

These two cheeky monsters were originally a couple of un-used concepts from an old project that fell into the pile of old sketches.

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