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James Eatock and I have produced a new (unofficial) She-Ra: Princess of Power story for his ’80s animation megazine, cereal:geek. Using the look of the characters as they appear in the Filmation series, but presented in the storybook format of the Golden Adventure book series, we cooked-up a kind-of “lost episode”, titled “The Secret’s Out”. There are fifteen illustrations total, and the story appears in two parts in issues 13 and 14 of the magazine, which you can order here.

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Supertox. Digital, 2014.

Warm-up doodle. Trying to find my style again.

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I have had a couple months more-or-less away from drawing and badly need to get back into the swing of things, so here’s some pen practice. Ref was a random Flickr find: https://secure.flickr.com/photos/50075819@N03/7160918814

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B.Y.O.Hackergrrrl. Digital, 2014.

Hacker-chick cliché paper-doll, for Entertainment Weekly.

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TTY Chimp. Digital, 2014

I wanted to draw an old Teletype, so I started drawing an old Teletype (a model 15 or 19 or thereabouts). Then I thought I could draw an ape operating this teletype, and I saw this advertisement, and everything just happened.

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Master Chief, digital, 2014

For the current issue of Entertainment Weekly (May 16, 2014).

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Leonardo (unfinished). Digital, 2014.

Part of a group picture I started a while back but haven’t made much progress on.

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Gavan Dynamic! (warm-up). Digital, 2014

I don’t usually try to do warm-ups because my brain rejects the idea of spending less than three hours on anything, but I tried one today. And I let it suck way too much time out of what should have been work-time.

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It’s Rudesday

TODAY IS RUDESDAY · IT IS THE DAY TO WRITE IN RUDIGRAPH · RELEASE YOUR UNPUNCTUATED THOUGHTS WITH ARTFUL PERSPICUITY


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In 2065, your off-the-grid hideout is still on-the-meshnet, and you never miss a gig of your favourite group — you’re there, in a cyberspace nightclub, with hundreds of others, all over the world.

Line-art for another Bleedback Kickstarter reward.

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In 2065, the filmmaker is the camera, and his crew are aerial drones.

Line-art for another Kickstarter reward for Bleedback #1.

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Pinhead. Ink, 2014.

One of a series of commissions for the Bleedback Kickstarter campaign.

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