The finishing touches are being made to a giant mural at a north-east beer firm.
The artist behind the creation at BrewDog in Ellon said he is hoping to finish the piece before its AGM next week.
Craig Fisher, who has worked at the craft beer giant for more than six years, has travelled the world creating artwork at the firm’s bars.
The 31-year-old said the mural at the company’s headquarters is his most ambitious project to date.
Dubbed the in-house graffiti artist for the Ellon-based brewery, his latest creation is on the wall of the town’s old Power Jacks building, which is owned by the firm.
Craig’s theme for the mural, much like his other paintings, is centred around underwater beasts attacking each other and interacting.
Despite having travelled to the United States, Japan and South Korea creating artwork for the firm, Craig said this has been his most exciting and high-profile job.
He said: “I started the piece at the tail end of January and I’ve had a few other jobs throughout it with some new bars being opened and some being refurbished.
“To be honest it has been good to have a bit of a break from the piece because it meant I missed the worst of the bad weather.
“It has been glorious weather this week so I’m looking to finish it by next week.”
Craig was also involved in helping create the artwork in the Peterhead bar which opened its doors yesterday.
He said: “Between working on the Ellon piece, I’ve been in Barcelona for its refurbishment, Paris for the new bar there and I’ve been working in the Peterhead and Inverurie bars.
“I did a small mural piece in Peterhead and I hope it gets a good reaction. My work is done in Inverurie and that bar is coming along nicely.”
Despite missing the worst of the weather, Craig said he was only able to paint outside in Ellon in certain conditions.
He added: “If it was raining, I obviously couldn’t paint and if it was really cold temperatures I couldn’t paint because you can get condensation build up on the building.
“Other than the weather it hasn’t been too difficult.
“I’ve been given flexibility on this project and been able to do some other jobs and paint when the weather has been suitable.
“I still gave myself a deadline and I want to get it ready for the AGM for all the shareholders coming up. I want it to be a showstopper for when they arrive.
“It has been a nice project and it has been nice knowing when I’ve come home from other jobs I had this to get stuck into.”