I then played around with them on photoshop to colour them, and I'm actually quite happy with the result. The major drawback was that these were less developed than if I'd explored different ways of executing the final image. If I'd had more time, I would have tried mono-printing, which i think would have been perfect for the aesthetic I was trying to achieve, and also a quentin-blake like method of using pen and ink and watercolour and a careful use of negative space. I think I could have come up with a far more rounded outcome, but I think these are simple and successful in their own right. Three of the images I tried didn't work as well in the series of images, or with colour, but here are the final three that did make the cut.