Wednesday, September 30, 2009
This just in from the talanted(and pretty!)Brian Lynch:
'When the book is out (you gotta pre-order to make sure if your store gets one, reserve one NOW!), there will be a contest to see who can take the book, shoot ANY scene, and make their own LAST ANGEL IN HELL fan-film, BE KIND, REWIND style. No effects needed, just your imagination. Lower budget the better.
In the ANGEL world, Hollywood made an ANGEL film. In our world, you guys are gonna.
The best fan vid will win a huge package of ANGEL/SPIKE stuff from me. Like, a lot. Like, too much. Comics out your ears. Signed signed signed.
This could be a lot of fun, I think.'
I'm gonna jump in here on this too- The winner of this contest can also expect some original art from any of the Angel books that I've worked on, winner's choice. After the Fall, Not Fade Away, Boys and Their Toys, Last Angel in Hell, whatever they like(depending on what I've still got obviously, but there's a lot).
I'll throw in a couple of runners-up prizes too.
Spread the word guys. Myself and Brian are very proud of this book and really want to get the word out there for folks to pre-order it.
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
My first sketchbook will be debuting at the British International Comics Show on the weekend of the 3rd of october. The book is 84 pages and contains plenty of Angel-centric sketches, commissions, pencils and inks and the like. On top of that is a brand new intro by your-and-my favourite Angel scribe, Brian Lynch. I'm really happy with how the book turned out, so if you're attending the con be sure and drop by the Ecclectic Micks table to check it out.
Speaking of the Micks, our first group sketchbook will also be making it's bow at BICS(you wait ages for one, then two come along at once...). Jam packed with the highlights from the first year of the Micks blog, it contains some really stellar stuff.
Please stop by and have a look if ye make it to the con!
It's possible that the books will be made available from the blogs in the near future too, for those that can't make it to conventions. I'll keep you posted.
Friday, September 4, 2009
A poster I just finished for SuperExtraBonusParty's upcoming gig in The Academy, Dublin.
The lads wanted a disater movie type feeling for the image, which was great fun altogether.
Be sure and try and catch the band live if you can, I'll update the site with appearance details when I have them.