Okay…. I’ve been doing nothing. I got the art for LiveBait scanned in, and when my pc is connected you should be able to see it soonish. I’ve also started moving some of my shareware comics stuff off site, which will allow me to put some more stuff online.
Geeky computer thing I’ve done today: stuck a second video card in my pc and, along with an old – not great monitor – I now have a 2 monitor system. It fairly rocks (in a sad kind of way) definately much easier to edit and colour artwork this way. Cool… now what I want is Windows 2000 so my PC can become a little more crash resistant.


Cor this lettering lark is dull, even with computers. I use Corel Draw and a font called WhizBang! it’s a nice, generic looking comic book lettering font (although you have to buy it). I also use a font called “YIKES” (which is shareware). I’ve lettered the first five pages of the Bulldog strip (called “DUTY”) it’s got great dialogue, although there’s quite a bit of it.
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At Last! Sat down and forced myself to finish the last page of the dog strip. From Beginning to end it’s taken a fair while to get this thing done. Got the script around the 16th of Jan and I’ve finished it today (21 April – what’s that? 3 months later). Why so long? Cus I had a 2000ad assignment and a warhammer assignment in between times (and a Doc Who illo and a 3 page Live Bait strip to finish and a cover to do for it).
Not an awful lot of work to show for the time period although if you count all of the pages I drew which I didn’t like it’d probably be a fairly impressive page count. The gap between starting bulldog and finishing meant my enthusiasm waned somewhat (despite a really good script by Jason Cobley) so I’m glad to have it done. Now of course I’ve gotta letter all of this stuff in time for a lot of it to be printed before Comics 2001.

Livebait pg 1 and 2

I’ve just repencilled page 1 and most of page 2 of livebait. I decided that since this was non-commercial (in other words, I ain’t getting paid) I might as well let loose a little. So they’re supercartoony. A damn sight more interesting than the previous versions, cartoony but more with added gore :).

Live Bait / Bulldog / Dr Who

Putting the finishing touches to the Warhammer thing. Do I like it? I’m looking at it now and I can pick out bits I like and bits I don’t. I’m happy with it, but I can see where I can improve what I did which will, hopefully, feed into the next job. Now I can get back to my other stuff, the priority is to finish the Bulldog script, the Doctor Who illustration and the remaining two pages (still to be inked) of LiveBait 2. You can see page 1 of Live bait here (194kb)