Benjamin Constantine (plump oyster/ben sea)

Still wet

Still wet

See me ink! Inking in progress. There may be a lot of work-in-progress updates coming from me while I work through July.

I bought a new pencil yesterday after months of using a mechanical pencil which I don’t really use anymore but needed a break from thick lines. This feels pretty good

I bought a new pencil yesterday after months of using a mechanical pencil which I don’t really use anymore but needed a break from thick lines. This feels pretty good

Hi.

Hi.

Here’s a peek at something coming later.'Flupo' first appeared at the end of a comic about someone else. He was literally birthed out of the body of a guy who ate cave shellfish. He's reappeared a handful of times since and the comics coming could be his last appearances.

Here’s a peek at something coming later.
'Flupo' first appeared at the end of a comic about someone else. He was literally birthed out of the body of a guy who ate cave shellfish. He's reappeared a handful of times since and the comics coming could be his last appearances.

Side-Eyed Seeing

Side-Eyed Seeing

From ‘Cloy Clot’ (Secret Prison #7)

From ‘Cloy Clot’ (Secret Prison #7)

A WIP ☁❄I’m working on a full length feature comic to be published with Retrofit books later this year. I don’t know if this page will make the cut or not but I’ve been enjoying the process of working less linear. Comics as a pleasant time trap of flashing lights, thoughts and music feels more like reality to me…

A WIP ☁❄I’m working on a full length feature comic to be published with Retrofit books later this year. I don’t know if this page will make the cut or not but I’ve been enjoying the process of working less linear. Comics as a pleasant time trap of flashing lights, thoughts and music feels more like reality to me…

Donald Duck is reportedly the first drawing I ever did, front on, with mouth wide open.

Donald Duck is reportedly the first drawing I ever did, front on, with mouth wide open.

Benjamin Constantine's Chaotic Illustrations

A really nice feature of my work over at Hi-Fructose…

Though the core of Benjamin Constantine’s work is illustration, his use of ink with brushes instead of pens or markers gives it an ethereal, painterly quality. The Brisbane-based artist often m…