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Current project

I am happy to be able to confirm that I am working with Grapevine Entertainment on what promises to be an exciting project, codenamed London Manga. There are no details to release yet as we are in the early concept stages, but to find out more about Grapevine, do click the banner and check out their website. ^_^

Cyberspace HeroCard images added to Professional gallery

Yes, I have finally got around to uploading a selection of the images I created for the game Cyberspace. As soon as my image hoster catches up, they'll be available for viewing! This was a really fun project that I worked on, together with fellow artists Sonia Leong, Selina Dean and Aleister Kelman. I was responsible for the Cryptomancer's design and created a set of the cards, 6 of which can now be seen in the Professional Gallery.

New stuff and Hamlet now available at Amazon!

Click here to be whisked to Hamlet's page on Amazon.co.uk. It's very nice to finally see the book listed, after all this work! Remember, Romeo + Juliet is also available on pre-order. ^_^ As for the new stuff, well, shockingly I've added an image to the professional gallery, and shall be looking to update the resume in the next few days. I've been so busy I just haven't had time to update anything properly for a while - sorry! Events have finally slowed down though, and deadlines are starting to pass.....so I'll be able to knuckle down a bit soon - maybe even draw some personal projects! 0_o For now, if you'd like to see more of him, head to the professional gallery! ^_^

Recent lack of images - sorry!

Apologies for the lack of image updates recently. Despite having finally finished up Hamlet (yays - check out www.selfmadehero.com for details on both it and Romeo + Juliet), I am currently juggling three projects. >_< Can't complain really! So, the bad news is I haven't anything that I can upload just now. The good news is that I should have very soon. One of the projects is calling for a lot of pure lineart, so expect some new coloured and lineart images at some point in the near future! ^_^ IMAF tomorrow! See you there if you're going. Ciao for now!

Back from London, for a week at least!

Yesterday was Letraset's Manga day at the London Graphics centre. It was great to see so many enthusiastic faces old and new in the workshops! Now I get a whole four days before I'm back in London for IMAF, Count Hall. ^_^ All in all i'm pretty exhausted - but it's great seeing people enthused and ready to draw by the end of a workshop - so it's all worth it. Right - Now to spend some much needed time on current commissions!

London MCM Expo time again!

Sorry for the lack of updates recently. I've been busy finishing off a few projects as well as getting ready for the London Expo this weekend! As always, it should be a fantastic weekend and I'll be there, running around like a headless chicken. Have fun anyone who's going! ^_^

Norwich tonight!

Anyone into manga who's in the Norwich area, be sure to head along to Ottakars for the Tokyopop Manga evening tonight! Myself and Sonia Leong will be there, and it should be lots of fun. ^_^

I'm in the Japanese news!! 0_o

Scary but true! I wonder what they'll make of us! I'm going to be cheeky and steal the news item I created for Sweatdrop to post here: ------------------------------ Sweatdrop artists make it into the Japanese News! Two Sweatdrop members (Sonia Leong and Emma Vieceli) have been featured this week in the Japanese newspaper, the Japan Times. The article looks at the Manga Shakespeare books that both artists are currently working on. The graphic novels, Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet, will be published by publishers Metro Media early next year under the label 'Self Made Hero'. Thankfully, there is also a copy of the article online thanks to the english Japanese news site, Mainichi: Read the article here! Once again we can all take comfort in the fact that this is a good time to be a comic artist in the UK! ^_^ ---------------------------------- So there we go! This is a turning point for UK manga, and I'm so proud to be a part of it! It seems a small thing in many ways, but for the Japanese papers to print stories about UK artists making manga - it shows a deal of acceptance that we maybe didn't see before. Then again, they could just be laughing at us! ^_~ Either way, it's all good! ^_^