In the early and mid 80’s Bill took pencil and pens in hand to illustrate his works. Art was a first love for him, but writing was a first talent. He discovered he was not the second coming of Barry Windsor-Smith or Frank Kelly Freas. Still, he drew a lot during this period and hopes you enjoy some of his work.
This illustration is from the opening scene of A Night At The Quay, as Karf and Lef stagger along the wharf to their doom. Circa 1983.