Wednesday, 18 November 2009
Monday, 2 November 2009
Monday, 5 October 2009
Friday, 28 August 2009
Thursday, 27 August 2009
Friday, 31 July 2009
The first two chapters of this childrens novel about a boy and his bellybutton got me a distinction for a previous assignment, so let's hope I'm still on the right tracks with the rest of the novel.
Once I've got that rotter of a birthday out the way, I should have plenty of time to get back to my comic projects. So look out for a few more previews of upcoming work, in the near future.
Right, I'm off to catch some well earned sleep, and scrub myself free of that pungent student aroma.
Friday, 26 June 2009
Friday, 15 May 2009
Friday, 8 May 2009
I've known Ian since he was about eleven, and have been able to watch his art style progress in the Temple APA over the years. He's certainly one to keep an eye on.
Myself and Ian have a large pirate related kids comic project in the works, which Ian's doing a fantastic job at illustrating. The challenge is finding the right comic publisher to send it to, now that the DFC has folded (as it's a continuous two page strip, rather than self contained stories). Suggestions would be welcomed!
Ian's new blog can be found here: http://epochofeno.co.uk/blog/
Thursday, 16 April 2009
It’s been a fun strip to work on, especially since there’s no actual script and neither of us had a clue what was going to happen from one page to the next. I was quite surprised that the end result actually seems to make sense (alright, there’s a few potential plot holes lurking beneath the surface, and the occasional page that has no real bearing on the story, but I won’t go into them in case no-one’s noticed and we’ve got away with it!).
Myself and Tony are all set to embark on our next project (with the generous assistance of Stu Smith - the original creator of King Burger - as cover artist) which’ll be a lot more sizable, and although it won’t have any gun-totting monkeys or bovine Elvis impersonators in it, it’ll certainly have its fair share of kung-fu zombies.
Watch this space for more details!
Thursday, 2 April 2009
Not only is the PDF free to download, but all writers and artists (whether they're amateur or pro) are welcome to join up for free. Just sign up to the ning site here.
Thursday, 12 February 2009
Award winning two minute movie 'Blood Over The Moon' has just been given a slight overhaul by director Roz Hall and musician Phil Palmer. The biggest changes are the addition of a new title, credits, and a tarted up soundtrack.
Feel free to check it out above, or at its official page here.
Opening Night: Dave Hailwood, Roz Hall, Phil Palmer, Flick Ansell
Friday, 6 February 2009
I'm fortunate enough to be one of those creators, and have a one pager titled 'Hoaxers' going in there. It's illustrated by the highly talented Paul Harrison-Davies (who I'm also working with on Bunk Mates for Bulletproof comics, and a whole host of other projects).
There's a lot of terrific artists and writers appearing in the supplement, including John Freeman, Laura Howell, Lew Stringer and Jamie Smart (creator of the superb Fish-head Steve for DFC comics).
So, come April 1st, nip along to WHSmiths or one of them newsagenty type places and pick up a copy!
Thursday, 29 January 2009
Saturday, 24 January 2009
This strips a bit darker than usual, since Tony was working from a script I'd written (rather than our usual Kane method, which is for Tony to draw all the art first, then send it to me to put some words on). Still, it has Death By Spoon in it, so there's plenty of light hearted moments in there too.
Hope you enjoy the preview, and I'll post some more art from other projects later in the week.