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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Steampunk military mobile field gun by Martin Davey
Cows resting at Boltons Bench Lyndhurst New Forest by Martin Davey
Princess in castle with happy birds by Martin Davey
Two horses on Devon coastal path by Martin Davey
Ancient alien astronaut with damaged space craft by Martin Davey
Victorian author at writing desk with giant cat by Martin Davey
Tower Bridge as seen from Butler's Wharf by Martin Davey
The young Dinosaurs of Avignon after Picasso by Martin Davey
Departure of large steam punk Victorian butterfly by Martin Davey
Vintage space probe encountering flying alien creatures by Martin Davey
Anime girl with roses by Martin Davey
Monster alien experimentation with human specimen by Martin Davey
Herd of cattle in the New Forest countryside by Martin Davey
Dinosaur Mother in chair after Whistler by Martin Davey
Hampshire Sunset with boats by Martin Davey
Two people walking through woods at Southampton common by Martin Davey
Lockdown artist Martin Davey self portrait by Martin Davey
New Forest Highland Bulls at crossing by Martin Davey
Voyage of the Mayflower in rough seas by Martin Davey
Ship and ice creams at Mayflower Park Southampton by Martin Davey
Steampunk escape from attack of Big Ben foe by Martin Davey
Southampton East Park in autumn by Martin Davey
Lady gothic vampire with pet during apocalypse by Martin Davey
Southampton Common view towards Hill Lane by Martin Davey
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About Martin Davey
Welcome to the artwork and paintings of artist Martin Davey.
Martin creates visual work in a number of styles and media. On this site one can see Martin's illustration work, which is digitally painted in a traditional methods in photoshop. The subjects range from imaginative cartoon and animal subjects, whimsical scenes and horror and scifi.
To create these works a graphic drawing tablet is used throughout the painting of these images, starting from a blank, electronic canvas, to drawing the subject to finally applying colour and 'painting' the drawing, all on a computer.
But Martin does not only use computers and software for his artwork, for in addition he paints directly on to a canvas, using traditional oil or acrylic paints. The subjects are different to his digital paintings in that he pick every day scenes to paint, using animals, transport and landscapes as his subjects, captured realistically.
Martin likes all of his artwork and paintings to be as accessible as possible to a wide audience. Detail and colour are important, combined with a simple visual message for any one to enjoy.