Medieval bone comb. © Headland Archaeology Ltd.
18th Century clay smoking pipe. © the National Trust for Scotland.
Clay pipe. © the National Trust for Scotland.
Shale bracelet. The convention for representing shale artefacts is to use line illustration as opposed to stipple, (which is also much more aesthetically pleasing). It also demonstrates how versatile vector graphics programs, are at representing artefacts in different ways. © Headland Archaeology Ltd.
I am able to illustrate all manner of small finds from both the prehistoric and historic eras.
Careful thought is given how to best represent the particular aspects of each object, whilst cooperating closely with the client/finds specialist.