This is another Jersey folklore, this time around Rocqueberg in the parish of St Clement's, a place known to be a gathering place for witches. One man called Hubert fell asleep at the rock and was surrounded by witches who were disguised as young girls. Another photoshop piece but with more limited colour as it creates a sense of eeriness.
This is another Jersey Folklore illustration based on Geoffrey's Leap in St Martin where a convict had to jump off a rock to his death who succeeded in surviving his first attempt but died on his second after spectators encouraged him to do it again.
Now that I have temporary Photoshop, I can go back to a process I enjoy doing which mixes brush pen drawings on its own with photoshop creating another way I can do these illustrations. This is of the saxons running towards the hermitage rock before killing the saint.
After a good couple of months after Uni, I managed to get myself a photoshop trial which lasts for 30 days. This illustration is of the tale of Saint Helier, the hermit monk who lived off Jersey before being murdered by saxon pirates.