Tuesday, 23 December 2008

Where Evils Dare

Unfortunately I won't be continuing with the pitch for Where Evils Dare written by Tony Lee, because of my commitment to Project: Luna 1947. Tony needs to crack on with the project and I have 88 pages to draw and colour for Luna, so Stefano Martino (who has worked with Tony on Doctor Who: The Forgotten) will be taking over on art duties. I'm sure he'll do an awesome job, so look out for it!!

Above are the first two pages I managed to do - I'm particularly happy with the mad splash page, great fun. Be sure to check it out, kids!

Monday, 15 December 2008

Project Luna: 1947

I'm really happy to be able to announce a forthcoming graphic novel I'll be drawing and colouring for Markosia!

Project Luna: 1947 will be an 88-page graphic novel written by Martin Hayes, who I worked with recently on the "Intergalactic Bank-Robbing Aliens" story for Futurequake. We've signed the contracts and we're ready to rock - above is my first attempt at the main characters in colour. This is basically a mock-cover, and a good way for me to get a feel for the characters I'll be drawing (and the various spaceships, spacesuits etc...)

I won't give away too much of the plot - I'll just say it will be awesome! Martin is a fantastic writer and we're going to have a blast doing this. I'll post some teaser panels and pages here as we go along, so stay tuned.

Tuesday, 2 December 2008


My knowledge of Warcraft goes no further than that now-classic South Park episode (which, if you haven't seen it, is probably the best episode EVER). That didn't stop me doing this recent commission for someone - I was given several screenshots from the game, so I could check out the characters, and I'm happy with how it's all turned out - it was a LOT of work, though!!

Exciting comics-related news coming SOON! As soon as I get the OK, I'll tell you all about it...

In other, non-artwork-related news, I have a crappy cold, but have to sing and play with my band at the Key 103 Xmas party on Friday in front of a few hundred people... should be interesting.