Clearly not at all an autobiographic strip, but it was getting kind of repetitive saying ‘more bleedin’ cowboys’. I have forgotten
I was asked a couple of months ago to draw a strip for a Christmas present for Lizz Lunney by
Well, I have been drawing a lot of books recently. A LOT of books. Here are just some of them
A few years back, I performed standup comedy in a number of small comedy clubs, bars and horrid little pubs
Doodled out at Comiket, coloured in just ten minutes (can you tell?)
A page of legs. And why not?
Where are all these bookshop drawings going?
Here is a quick selection of bits and bobs from my sketchbook over that last few days or so. Including
Here is a strip I did for the amazing Bad Machinery by John Allison. John is currently enjoying a well-earned
I caved in to peer pressure and decided to make one of these influence maps that all the cool kids
John Alison issued a challenge the other day to ink a panel of his pencils from his splendid Bad Machinery.
This is a preview of a strip I’m putting together for Jim Medway’s Comical Animal, a monthly dose of all
I’m working on a small story at the moment that outlines my motoring history. I can’t decide if it is
Spread the word! Here it is! The whole of Silky Wilson to download! £2.75 for the book, £1.25 for postage!
UPDATE! You too can get in on this genre-defining work that all the cool kids are calling ‘Social Jazz-Cookery Comics’. If
I’ll be honest - I really struggled with this, but I’ll put it up anyway. This is page 100 from
Silky Wilson emerged as a character following a conversation with Joe List, Louise ‘Felt Mistress’ Evans and Laurie Pink the
I thought I’d share a little of my process when I’m writing/drawing Oxford Clay. If you can’t be bothered to read
I’ll post up the rest of this once it is finished. This is a taster of a strip I’m doing
The comic I’ve been drawing, Oxford Clay has it’s own website over at OxfordClay.com. Head over there and read up
1 Frame every 5 seconds. This was a quick one. The image below isn’t the one in the video, but
Part of a slightly longer story for the UK Web & Minicomix Thing anthology in the style of George Herriman.
This is something I’ve been experimenting with for some time, and I think I might be on to something. Updates
I had a grand old time the other day at The Drawing Room, another event organised by David Setter. Here
An illustration I did for a book jacket that ended up never being used. It was originally coloured in, but
Page from the Drawn Out book tenuously linking comics, literacy and libraries.
A collection of comics made by secondary school students in North Wales during some comics workshops I ran recently. You