Nerve Bomb Preview #1

 Posted by on November 16, 2001  Comics
Nov 162001
 
Nerve Bomb Preview #1

A 12 page preview from NERVE BOMB Issue Zero (published in 2001) starring Rocket and the Professor; SAN FIASCO's favourite crime fighting team! These few intro pages to the story were a total mad-scramble. I had misunderstood the printer's due-date, and suddenly realised that I had days rather than weeks to finish my book. It was not ideal [..READ MORE..]







Rocket & The Professor

 Posted by on November 12, 2001  Comics, Drawings
Nov 122001
 
Rocket & The Professor

Here are the main characters from my recently published NERVE BOMB comic book: Rocket Rabbit and his best friend and inventor, The Professor. They are a pair of skallywags and professional heroes, working in the bayside city of San Fiasco. I am still figuring out their entire story but I am enjoying that exploration. Making and printing this [..READ MORE..]







Mad World

 Posted by on October 7, 2001  Pencil-Jockey, Updates
Oct 072001
 
Mad World

When not watching the horrifying TV News just like everyone else, I've been working for PIXAR doing some freelance storyboarding. Just prior to that I was doing a little concept work for Wild Brain. Website fiddling continues as before. I'm trying to learn how to use Javascript now.







Website Fiddling

 Posted by on September 10, 2001  Updates, Websites
Sep 102001
 
Website Fiddling

For the past few weeks I've been reworking my website after having messed it up by some unqualified fiddling about. Hopefully it is a little simpler now, and I've reduced the file sizes of a lot of the art so that it will load quicker. I'm almost done with the resizing, and I've begun to add some new [..READ MORE..]







Comic-con 2001!

 Posted by on August 10, 2001  Conventions, Travel
Aug 102001
 
Comic-con 2001!

The big push to get our comics finished for the San Diego Comic Con 2001 Convention is finally Over. We managed to sell a few at our Maverix booth down there. It was very gratifying experience for us to have a table instead of traipsing about showing our folios to uninterested editors. Showing our comics to uninterested fans [..READ MORE..]