Sunday 24 December 2017


The delegates send their greetings.

Monday 11 December 2017


My first published Dr Who art was for a story written by Andy Lane. I was commissioned by Gary Russell for the 1995 Yearbook. Gary didn't feel my style appropriate for the comic strip at the time but wanted to use me somewhere and the story 'It's only a Game' was gratefully received by me.I drew the b/w artwork on hot press watercolour paper before adding very simple colour washes of liquid watercolour.It was the precursor of the technique I was to use extensively on The Cybermen which I was offered not long after I delivered this art.

My latest Dr Who illustration was the cover for the Shada Animation Steel Book. It's still only a game.

Tuesday 5 December 2017

Tuesday 10 October 2017


Since the BBC has released the news that the missing parts of Shada have been newly animated I want to briefly explain my involvement for curious minds. I was hired late last year as head colourist on the production which meant I oversaw all colour aspects of the show specifically the characters and lighting options. In April I was additionally hired as lead storyboard artist and worked for 6 weeks with producer Charles Norton on all the big sequences before starting colour work. The rest of the boards were done by various hands including lead character designer Martin Geraghty. Finally I created the cover for the steelbook which you'll perhaps of seen in the announcement but if not it's below. There's also another back cover for the card sleeve that features the Doctor and Romana in a punt. I'm not going to answer any in-depth questions yet but hope that quells any initial questions. I hope you enjoy it! Cheers.

Wednesday 29 March 2017


My latest big project due out on 29th June is DR WHO MYTHS @ LEGENDS. 14 stories by author Richard Dinnick accompanied by 28 b/w illustrations I drew. I can't show any of them yet but here's the cover produced by the cover artist.

Sunday 19 March 2017


It isn't hyperbole when I say that without seeing Bernie Wrightson's art at age 14 I wouldn't be doing what I do. I absolutely wanted to be Berni ( which is how he spelt his name back then so as not to be confused with Bernie Wrightson the American swimmer). I yearned to draw exactly like him before I'd heard of Graham Ingels who was perhaps his biggest influence with Frazetta.My very first comic strips were rawly drawn tales of terror in my approximation of his style and I loved trying to be him.They say you shouldn't meet your heroes and I never did . My heart and condolences go out to his family - God knows what they must be feeling today.
I feel like I should post something visual on this sad day of Bernie Wrightson's death but I don't want it seen as taking advantage of the event. So I present my only ever drawing of Swamp Thing - the monster forever associated with Bernie in celebration of his influence on so many artists who without his guidance wouldn't be who they are.We'll always love you Bernie.

Tuesday 7 March 2017


All my textured paintings lead back to my 2005 graphic novel called THE FACELESS : A Terry Sharp Story. I re-invented myself into a moody colour artist that the book required. The offshoot was various commissions in the same popular style. Here's one that ran in the Judge Dredd Megazine. Written by Dr Who comics writer Cavan Scott it tells the story of illegal werewolf fights! I've included the initial pencil drawing that acted as the framework for the colour lychanthro-technics!


The Jeffery Jones Sketchbook arrived this morning. For some reason I was expecting a bigger book but this is about A4 and exactly the size it should be. It's chock full of sketches in pencil and ink printed on a delicate paper stock but what delighted me also was the continuing monologue between Jones and George Pratt throughout the book talking about their journey in art and painting. Frankly I'd of been happy with a book full of pretty pictures but this is so much better! I want to read this in sequence but can't help reading snippets and it's GOLD I tell you!

Monday 6 March 2017


Today I received a copy of the BOYS' WORLD 1964 Annual which to my surprise and utter delight included illustrations by the great Charles Keeping for a story called BEEN FISHING. Keeping is best known for his book illustrations so to find an illustrator of this pedigree in a boys yearly annual was unexpected. For your enjoyment I've scanned them and the cover should you wish to get one yourself. Also for comic art fans there is a comic strip by Brian Lewis and other illustrated features. Christmas 1964 must of been a visual feast for BOYS' WORLD fans!