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My Dad has a wonderful selection of books available on Amazon. I've been helping out with the covers for some of them. Dad has always had an amazing ability to create characters, write and edit stories and also to illustrate most of the books. Check them out!


New comic: Tweeter & the MonkeyMan (Issue 187)

Inspired by The Traveling Wilburys song written by Bob Dylan, behold Tweeter and the MonkeyMan Issue 187 

The year is 1972, two draft-dodgers known as "Tweeter and the Monkeyman" are on the run from the law. Detective Burke (a maniac cop) is in pursuit as the wild car chase comes to a gritty end, in a desert near Mexico. The encounter triggers memories of past events for our doped-up duo. No amount of drugs or alcohol can bury the suffering they've been through... Prepare for blood, violence and bad language!!!

Enjoy the mayhem... hopefully more to come in the fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuttttuuuuuuuuuuure!

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Mortimer a short story comic about a Vampire. During these "strange times" I thought I'd release a short story comic that I've been working on and off for a while. Drawn entirely with Procreate and published using Amazon KDF.

The original design for Mortimer... with more pointy ears and nose!

 Here is a low res pencil rough from the first page...


Pretty Decent Cartoon

Pretty Decent Beer Company is a small brewery based in East London. They brew fantastic beers and also have a great relationship with Pump Aid. Money from every pint sold goes directly to help Pump Aid so you can feel "pretty decent" whilst ordering a round of drinks. Pump Aid is a charity that helps provide clean water to places in Africa.
For a long time I'd wanted to draw a cartoon for the brewery but it took a while to think of an idea which would be suitable. James and Sarah who run the brewery obviously didn't want to offend any customers. 
The brewery is super friendly to dogs and one day the idea came of swapping the pet and owner thing around. I sent a proof off to the team and got the approval and now it hangs framed in the brewery.