Friday, 23 October 2015


A bit late notice but I'll be at the Notts Comic Con tomorrow from 12PM-5PM. I'll be doing a panel at 12.00 then will be at my table U13 for the rest of the afternoon. I'll have two exclusive A3 posters for sale plus original art and will happy to do simple sketches! I hope to see some of you.


Friday, 16 October 2015

SJS in the grip of the Hand of Fear.

This was the first of the Timeteams I did featuring the Doctor's assistants or companions as they are now known. There's a Hellboy cover like this which must of inspired my version I guess.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015


Leela and Romana were recreations of  Timeteam drawings. Jo and maggots was added  to form a trio at the commissioner's request. I'm always interested in private commissions - email me at

Though I'm busy until the New Year - always happy to talk.

Thursday, 24 September 2015


No guesses who I'm working on ...

Friday, 31 July 2015


These sketches were done at the UKCAC 96 convention. I found them on sale on Ebay today and thought they'd be interesting to post here. I definitely drew both of these but don't really remember much more. Check out the link below if interested in bidding. I'm not affiliated with the seller in case you wondered!

Thursday, 11 June 2015

Sir Christopher Lee , DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS finally rests

I've been a Hammer Horror fan since before the term was coined - back then we were just Hammer fans. Sir Christopher Lee obviously loomed large in the pantheon of their films and no more than as in Dracula Prince of Darkness ( his second outing as the Count). Lee brings a brilliantly feral performance to the character in this film in which he speaks no lines. Legend has it he read the script and thought it so awful he refused to speak his lines. Wether this is true or not it makes for another wonderful Hammer myth for fans to discuss. Below is a drawing I did for Little Shoppe of Horrors ( with newly added Technicolor). Dracula is about to force Diana to drink of his blood from a scratch on his chest. This idea originally came from Bram Stoker's book Dracula.

I'd like to thank him for all the entertainment he has given me over the years in his hundreds of roles. Rest in Peace finally.

Saturday, 21 February 2015


I never quite understood the line ' I could Cocoa' that the Doctor utters as he's swept out of the Tardis in Junkyard Demon 2 ! Alan Barnes and I came up with the idea of doing a sequel to Junkyard Demon in a pub around the corner from Marvel UK's offices in Arundel Street , London. Whilst Alan *sold*the idea to Doctor Who Magazine editor Gary Russell , I drunkenly slid down the office plan chest. Gary loved the idea and the strip saw print in the Doctor Who Yearbook 1996 alongside a return strip for Beep the Meep drawn by the superior Martin Geraghty and written by upcoming DWM editor Gary Gillatt.

Below are the remaining pages of original art I have left plus designs I did for the main villians Joylove McShane and his dim witted assistant Stinker. Note that this was Stinker's first design before I redesigned him whilst drawing the strip - a not uncommon practice with me. The strip pages are 570mm by 370mm and coloured with Dr Martins Liquid Watercolours. All the art is priced and I can be contacted at if interested.

                                         Page 1 - SOLD

                                         Page 2 - £150.00 + £8.00 P@P

                                        Page 3 - SOLD

                                         Joylove design - £30.00 + £8.00 P@P

                                         Stinker design -  SOLD

Thursday, 12 February 2015


SHADOWDANCE is a 25 part daily strip starring Terry Sharp and Elspeth Sasdy who starred in THE FACELESS : A Terry Sharp Story graphic novel

SHADOWDANCE was flash animated and briefly saw life on the Fangoria website. Since then it's not been seen. I'd quite like it to feature in Terry's next book - when that will be is anyones guess but I thought I'd share day 1 sans lettering.