Sunday, 28 August 2011

Over a year again!!

Still live in hope. Just need one more page! Then I'm good to go. Frustrating but what can you do eh?

OH well. This blog will come alive if anything ever happens and it materialises. Till then I supposes I'll be waiting.

Thursday, 8 July 2010


Met Mr Fabry today.Had a pint and a decent chat. Chuffed to bits. Got the last page. watch this space. I think its finally going to happen. been a bloody long wait. Go to get a few pages scanned, just wait. could get interesting finally.

Saturday, 24 October 2009

Animal Kingdom. Page 1. Coloured.

One of the stories in the long awaiting comic is called Animal Kingdon. The art's been done by the fantastic John McCrea. I've been experimenting to see if some, any, or all of the comic would benefit from being in colour.

So here we have Page one coloured by a talented local artist called Matt Reynolds who is interesting in getting into the colouring side of the comic industry. I'm pleased, but it would be cool to know what anyone else thinks.


Monday, 19 October 2009

Still here.... been a while though.

Yup, okay its been bleeding ages.

Still waiting for some art, got some more pages the other day. Just need the last couple and I can start lettering.

Hopefully proper lift off soon.

Wednesday, 20 August 2008

One more. Steve Pugh this time.

This is the last image I "plan" to add to the blog for a few weeks. Hopefuly the next post will involve some VERY positive news. Fingers crossed. Thanks to everyone that reads this from time to time. Hopefully the posts today will be enough to keep anyone that is interested to still stay interested. All comments are very welcome.

Totally different. But immensely impressive.

This image has nothing to do with the comic I'm trying to publish. This is one of the last pages of a 250 epic that me and my companion at arms Mr Marc Wigmore have been working on for more than fifteen years or so. That 250 pages is only the first of three acts. So it might take 30 odd years to finish. But I felt this image needed to be seen.

Glenn Fabry. Few more panels.

And here's a little bit more.