Melbourne, London and Kuala Lumpur

A recent commission for Mind Waves Analytics Company saw me drawing a merged skyline of Melbourne, London and Kuala Lumpur. I drew each city separately and then merged the images at the end:

Kuala Lumpur pen

london pen

melbourne pen

merged pen

Here’s the pencil sketches for this piece:

Kuala Lumpur

london

melbourne sketch

merged

9 Responses to “Melbourne, London and Kuala Lumpur”

  1. suri

    Hi there,
    i would like to use Kuala Lumpur Skyline Sketch a banner for my research proposal. its a non-profit event. so i would like to clarify with you am i allowed to use it for free or payment is needed? thanks!

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  2. Milla kruse

    Hi, I am writing an article for year nine journalism and I was wondering if I would be allowed to use your sketch of the melbourne skyline as my cover photo?
    Please let me know(-:

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  3. Shauna

    I’d like to use image 4 in a non-profit educational brochure. Is there a fee or can it be used freely for non-profit? What type of recognition signature would you require?

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  4. Lisa

    I used this art to make a skyline of London but than only siloetes this really helped me out 🙂

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  5. Burak Kaplan

    Hi,
    These are great sketches. I’m building a blog website. It’s not finished yet. May I use the London sketch as a header image?
    Thanks.
    Burak

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  6. Jon Hammersley

    Hello i’m looking for one of these to use on our office wall/window. Do you have this as a vector file that I could send to the printer and he can scale it up?

    If so how much do you charge for it?

    Thank you, Jon

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  7. amy

    Hi, may I use partial of your sketch of the Kuala Lumpur as a plan picture that shows urban sociology course for our camp?

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  8. Rosie

    Hello, I’d love to use your London city sketch in a document for an event I am holding. We are a not for profit charity – see our website for further information. As per Suri’s similar comment, is it please possible to use it for free? Your work is lovely by the way! Best wishes Rosie

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