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A longer mural for London Soho restaurant 'Le Relais' Read More
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Unusually working from the tail to test the colour balance from the least seen part, this was the start of a 7 meter dragon covering two half walls of a young mans room Read More
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The middle section tested levels of patience with the hundreds of silver scales getting individual treatment Read More
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The most important and dramatic part of this dragon mural is the head, an inspiring mix of colours and fierce eyes you can feel it alive and a treat to paint for any mural artist Read More
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A large mural 3.5 metres high has to be done in two parts- First stage drawing it up. Read More
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First stage of painting Read More
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More paint goes on. Read More
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The foreground arch is now coming into place. Read More
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The fist stage of the upper half of this 3.5 metre mural with the Trompe Loeil arch in the foreground Read More
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The painting progress's I am striving to create the maximum depth to create an impression of distance. Read More
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