Friday, 23 November 2007

Okay, friends...

...I need a bit of sun. I'm away for a week so will post more images now. No, no... I insist ;) Some Metal Hammer strips drawn between 2002 and 2007, written by Alex Burrows. You probably need to know the bands for them to make sense, but then, I didn't and I managed to draw 'em! In a manner of speaking.
Now, I confess it does seem like I'm always going on about my t-shirts, but if you scroll down, you'll notice they're nowhere to be seen! (Edit: Uh, other than in this post) So a reminder: I have both the Vapid and Beatnik designs in men's sizes S, M, L & XL and in women's sizes M, L & XL. (Yes, I do need to get smalls for you petite things).
The damage:
£10 postpaid in the UK
€18 postpaid in Europe
$24 postpaid to anywhere else.
Should you like one I accept PayPal, the email address is in my profile.

Wednesday, 21 November 2007

Rudolf's red nose explained

Old pics for Metal Hammer to get you feeling Christmassy.

Thursday, 15 November 2007

Ball Tampering

W.G. Grace, who according to folklore once stood his ground having been given out, saying "They came to watch me play, not you umpire". I was gonna put it on the back cover of Paris issue 3, but in the end didn't. I did actually draw the ball too, but seem to have misplaced it. There he is again, on the wall:

Wednesday, 14 November 2007

"Bloody kids"


Unused Paris related pics.

Tuesday, 13 November 2007

Femi from Vinyl Underground issue 3...

... slipping on a bar of soap. Inks by Cameron Stewart, colours by Guy Major.

Saturday, 10 November 2007

Thrilling Competition

Here's a little bit of good-natured fun. The first 2 people to post the correct answer in the comments win a Vapid t-shirt, details of which are here. If you're one of the 2 winners, simply email me your postal address, wherever you may be, and specify the shirt type and size you want me to send you. As with all the images on this blog, click to enlarge if required.

If no one responds I'll be really upset, but you know, don't enter if you don't really want a shirt either, it is winter afterall.

Anyway, that competition was originally drawn 14 years ago, depressingly. Here's another old thing. The moral: at least he tried. Hmm, but look at the panel borders, they almost look deliberately wonky (but they're not).

Sunday, 4 November 2007

Give To The Paw

Sketches for Bath Cats and Dogs Home, celebrating its 70th birthday and in need of financial support and dog walkers.