Armageddon my axe!

A couple of us WCW bros took the trip up to Auckland on Labour Weekend to check out the awesomeness that was the Auckland Armageddon (sorry Welly, these guys were badass!) and signed a few books while we were there. This was the first time the book has been released to the public, and people were very surprised when we ambushed them from behind the folding table, holding them at pencil-point and screeching "Your money or your life!". Most people obliged, enthusiastically.

Present were Paul "The Teeth" Tobin, Clarice "Hacksaw" Hackett, Dangerous Dylan Coburn, Nasty Nick Hamilton and Greg Broadmore. The lovely Kate Jorgenson wrestled us back by our shackles to join the chain gang on SH1 when we were finished.

If we didn't see you there, but you'd like to get a signed copy, more of us will be at the Unity Bookshop, Willis Str on Saturday 30th Oct at 5pm or The Weta Cave, cnr Manuka and Camperdown rd, Miramar on the 14th of November.

White Clewd Worlds!

White Cloud, even!

Paul's amazing book will be out in stores soon! The first, all-NZ anthology of some of the coolest artists in the industry (and then me), WCW showcases some fine works of sci-fi and fantasy geekery XD. Go buy one for youself, your partner, your kids, your dog...

You can go check out the blog here
Or the website here

Self Porty

For Paul's project C:


Honestly, she has the most fun face to draw!
I shoulda written "How to be a model, by Tyra Banks" on the book... I bet she'd have something to say about America's Next Top Emo...

Fairy Tales

Beauty and the beast.

EDIT: Acutally, looking at this now, I think the crop is a little awkward. I was shifting it to fit the book proportions, but... I could have been cleverer about it. I think I'll try taking it in a little and playing up the shadows on the back of Belle's leg (yup, Belle was the original name of the beauty - it's not just a disney thing). Tralala.

The 'Blue' Movie

I've been warned that if I don't update, I'll be in trouble. So here's me updating, so I'm not in trouble, yes?

I don't care what I read in the reviews, I loved Avatar. I loved it, because it was full of lovely big blue kitty-men in loincl- I mean, the effects were fantastic and the character design was beautiful. Though, I won't be painting myself blue and joining any "Na'vi" groups soon... I'd trip over the tail.