Friday, 29 July 2011


I have been invited as a guest to Attend the fantastic Auto Assembly in 2 weeks on the 13th & 14th of August. I will also be hosting a free workshop on the sunday for anyone who wants to see "How to Draw" their own transformer from scratch or simply just produce one of their favorites.

I will also be joined by Gregg Berger, David Kaye, David Wise, Simon Furman, Andrew Wildman, Nick Roche, Geoff Senior, James Roberts, Simon Williams, Liam Shalloo, Kris Carter, John-Paul Bove, Jason Cardy and Kat Nicholson!

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

The Wednesday Round-Up

The Wednesday Round-Up is me rounding up things on a Wednesday. Yay simple. For a few of those things I never had the time or got around to reporting about in the first place. No1 because it deserves a number 1. The 1st Cardiff International Comic & Animation Expo 2011. Organised by Mike Allwood he of Bristol comic con fame. I spent the day was sitting next to Mr Wonder Man himself Simon Williams and just across from Walking Dead Charlie Adlard.

Thanks to all those that came along! The 1st show only took place over one day, but I have it on good authority the next will be a full weekend. Good Job!

Everyone loves Transformers!

Friday, 15 July 2011


To You From Super Me is a contemporary installation which revealed the personalities and imaginations of 8 extraordinary young people. Working with Friction Arts and John Mccrea, I produced the finished colour Art for this fantastic exhibition. From You to Super Me was exhibited at THE PUBLIC from Friday 3rd June to Sunday 26th June. Here is now a chance to enjoy the fruits of this fabulous project.

Monday, 11 July 2011


I had a great time at the LFCC 2011 this weekend. Where I sketched for all and sundry at the show. I was busy all day meeting new and interesting folks. A big thank you to my beautiful assistant who helped display my poster for all to see. Who needs a standee?

Here is a small sampling of a few of the fine folks & the sketches I produced for them.

Saturday, 2 July 2011


Okay here they are, the most unique and interesting of the cards I produced. Why you say? Well the challenge of doing some of my all time favorite characters all in red. Yes I was able to sneek a little bit of black & white into the mix. But not too much.

It brought me right back to the days of being at home doodling when all you could find to use was a Red biro. Damn where's that biro gone!