If you're around Old Street this time next week, pop in to The Foundry and say hello as Jones and I will be swilling brandy in large goblets as we ponce about our pictures.
This show of a collection of painted off cuts and mis-shapes hidden away in a corner, blocking the fire exit will be on from the 3rd-10th of November and we'll be there on Thursday night, celebrating Bonfire night in the warmth so please come and say hello.
The Squeeball promotion seems to be in full swing. This is how the reviewers are being bribed in America. This promo seems like a good idea, but I would have liked to have had a tighter reign on the quality control over these chaps... and don't get me started on the website. The perils of being a character designer means that you can't get too attached to your creations as more often than not, you're only there for the birth.
A claim on a previous post that the game would be released simultaneously here and in the US, turns out not to be the case. We'll see it in Europe for Christmas.
The last time I did work for a gay audience I got slated for being too gay. The work I originally designed for 'The Big Gay Out' festival in Finsbury Park featuring poodles and sexy animals had to be replaced by muscly men with their tops off. ''Too gay." Honestly. Well I hope these are better received.
Squeeballs Party is out tomorrow and it comes with a snazzy stylus - if you buy it in the US at least. I'm afraid I don't know if that will happen in Blighty but we can live in hope. I'm looking forward to playing this, it's looks pretty good.
Being the illustrator extraordinaire and wondrous wordsmith that I am, I will endeavor to entertain you through the pages of this blog. I am still not sure if there will be any point to my ramblings but I feel that it has to be done so I am doing it. May God have mercy on all our adorable souls.