Monsters, Monsters, Monsters

MHU Images

Some of the images from the first two Monster Hunters Unlimited books.

The books have been designed too look like scrapbooks which collect information about monsters from a variety of sources.

Links

M.H.U. at Amazon.co.uk

M.H.U. at Amazon.com

M.H.U. at Barnes & Nobel

M.H.U. at The Book Depository

M.H.U. On Google Play

M.H.U. At Penguin USA

M.H.U. A Walmart

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Monster Hunters Unlimited Books One and Two Released Today!

MHU Characters

A few of the characters John Gatehouse and I created for the “case study” sections of our Monster Hunters Unlimited series of books, the first two of which went on sale today.

As it says in the blurb –

Now it’s the monsters’ turn to be scared!

Monster Hunters Unlimited is a new series of tongue-in-cheek handbooks that instruct readers on the not-so-deadly art of monster hunting. Complete with comical, full-colour art and irreverent narratives based around actual myths, folklore, and legends.

Book three will be published on the 26th of December and book four on the 21st of April 2015.

Links

M.H.U. at Amazon.co.uk

M.H.U. at Amazon.com

M.H.U. at Barnes & Nobel

M.H.U. at The Book Depository

M.H.U. On Google Play

M.H.U. At Penguin USA

M.H.U. A Walmart

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It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a Digital Trip Advisor!

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a Digital Trip Advisor!

This is one of the comic strips I drew for Digital Trip a travel technology company.

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Robyn Prentiss – Selfie

robyn-prentiss

This illustration of Robyn Prentiss from the Kaci Bell Mysteries started life as a drawing in my sketchbook.

The Kaci Bell Mysteries web strip, written by John Gatehouse, can be seen online at Smackjeeves.com with a print collection available from Lulu.com.

Links

Kaci Bell Webcomic

Kaci Bell Collection

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Fantasy Art Unlimited

Fantasy Art Unlimited Photos. – Deej Greenwood

This week I was a guest speaker at Tim Perkin‘s Fantasy Art Unlimited course.

Tim has been running the weekly course for ten years, it currently takes place at the Livesey Children & All Age Centre in Blackburn.

Students come from far and wide, some are local to Blackburn with others travelling from nearby towns and cities.

I had a great time and I hope those attending got something out of my talk and demonstration.

Link

Fantasy Art Unlimited

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Monster Hunters Unlimited Book Four

monster-hunters-cover-4

The cover for the fourth book in the Monster Hunters Unlimited series by writer John Gatehouse and myself.

Books one and two will be published on the 14th of August with book three on the 26th of December and book four on the 21st of April 2015.

All four books in the series are available for pre-order now.

Links

M.H.U. at Amazon

M.H.U. at Barnes & Nobel

M.H.U. at The Book Depository
M.H.U. At Penguin USA

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Getting My Ducks In A Row

Getting My Ducks In A Row

Two of ten images from something I’m working on.

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Hole in the Wall – Korky the Cat Art For Sale

Hole in the Wall

Another one of my Korky the Cat pages is now for sale on Ebay.

Link

Original Korky the Cat comic strip artwork- on Ebay

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Kids In The City

Kids in the City

A couple of the characters I have designed for Jennifer Nascimento‘s Kids In The City project.

Jen describes Kids In The City as an independent drama series based on her teens and 20′s in New York City (real and raw like the movie Kids, but witty like the “Sex In The City” series). It is a unique coming-of-age narrative with a Latina protagonist who was born to wealthy immigrant (divorcing) parents, and attends an international school and then liberal arts college.

More information can be found of the project’s Facebook page.

Links

Kids In The City on Facebook

Kids In The City on Twitter

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Pan-Darr of the Jungle!

Pan-Darr

I’ve really got no explanation for this, it was developed from something I drew in my sketchbook.

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