I know, I know... I only come on here when I have something to hawk. (Is that how you spell it? I've only heard it said out loud...)
So I just listed the 6 artist proofs of my Adventure Time trading cards (released 23rd July by Cryptozoic Entertainment) on eBay and there's a week for you to get your bids in.
Good hunting! (Oh wait, that's Battlestar Galactica, not Adventure Time.)
I had an idea for something I'd like to do the other day. The reality is, though, that I won't have anything like enough time to do it as I'm very busy with work and it's only for fun. So I'm wondering if any artists, specifically those who enjoy Transformers, would fancy being part of it?
The idea is to re-create the intro to Cheers using characters from the Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye comic, re-naming it Swerve's.
There are fifteen stills in the intro, some easier than others, but if we could draw one each, using Ratchet, Hound, Tailgate, poor Pipes, Fort Max, Swerve himself and many others, I'll put together the animation (simp
I've just popped in to let you know what my new webcomic, called 'Flamefoxes' is launching this Friday, 8th March).
It's a juvenile strip based on characters I created at the age of six, which were all rip-offs of 80s cartoon show characters. Thundercats, especially. None of the names made sense, nor did any of the heroes' or villains' motivations for their actions. It struck me that this would be prime comedy material, especially if I drew it in exactly the same style as my six-year-old self.
So, it's a collaboration 28 years in the making, between me and me. Should be fun!