Monday, 1 January 2018

Plastic Grannies

If you've dared to look in on those Senior Sisters of Sizzle at, Busty Meadows Retirement Village, well good for you, however, if you've still to do so, I'm forced to double dare you. Whilst Doris, Edith and Ethel May are well within the age range of 95, they still enjoy producing their own whisky, bikers and motorbikes, and growing interesting plants. Also, beware any young men below the age of 75. So be brave and start the year by checking out their own facebook page. You can't say I didn't warn you!

Saturday, 30 December 2017

Bizarre Battles

Welcome to the start of my new project, BIZARRE BATTLES. Over the coming weeks, I shall be producing a new series of wacky and wonderful battle scenes, some based on certain periods of history and others on fiction. Hope that you enjoy them.

Tuesday, 26 December 2017

Humph the Cat (Aces Weekly)

Humph the Cat, created back in April 1979. For six years he appeared as a major character in the Matt daily cartoon strip, in provincial newspaper, Bradford Telegraph & Argus, and later with The Manchester Evening News. 
In November 1984, when entering the pages of Transformers comic from Marvel UK, the title of the strip was changed to Matt and the Cat. Without a doubt, the cat's doing well with his nine lives.
Now you can catch up with his adventures in digital comic, Aces Weekly.

Belated Seasons Greetings

Please forgive my posting a somewhat belated Christmas greetings, this mainly due to been deeply involved producing the final pages of a new children's annual. Whilst it has taken just over two years to produce, I'm glad to say that the book is to be published by Lion Hudson in time for September 2018. The concept and idea is by Ed Chatelier, script/pencils by my good self, inks by Bambos Georgiou, colour by Jeff Anderson and Jesus Barony. I'll be posting updates nearer the time.
Therefore, please may I wish you all the very best over this Christmas season, equally, a peaceful and positive New Year.

Sheffield Comic Micro Con

The first Sheffield Comic Micro Con was kindly put together by friend and fellow artist, Bambos Georgiou. This was made up of a number of artist/creators belonging to the Sheffield Comics Network.