Saturday, 12 November 2011
I shall say no more...
Brush and Ink on 8 1/2 x 11" 2-Ply Bristol Board
Tuesday, 11 October 2011
Monday, 5 September 2011
I wanted to try something different. This is marker pens on cheap paper. Dunno? Any comments? What do you think, Hunt?
Okay, back to the brush & Bristol...
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Sunday, 14 August 2011
This is inked (Today!) with a Daler "Dalon" No 0 brush & sketched out first with a blue pencil. The whole thing took 30 minutes.
I must be slowing down these days...
Posted by Steve at 10:35
I carry a little notebook around to write my script ideas in, but being a compulsive "scribbler" I end up drawing cartoons instead. Hey, why not?
Here's a few pages from my recent "notebook", including the preliminary drawing for my birthday card to the Great S Clay Wilson. And you thought that I didn't plan this stuff out, didn't you?
Posted by Steve at 10:28
Monday, 25 July 2011
This drawing is brush/pen & ink on 2-ply Bristol Board and measures 30 x 21cm. If anyone wants to buy the original, I'll donate the fee to the SCW fund.
Tuesday, 12 July 2011
Mabeth was also in my previous play, The Rembrandt and the Sausage and I'm writing a monologue: Holiday Snaps, for her...
But I really wanted a female Lucifer. I'll also post some pics of God and Adam soon, but you may want a drink first. You are duly warned.
Photos by Rachel Gibson
Posted by Steve at 07:48
Sunday, 12 June 2011
But I wanted to post it up because I inked this with a W&N No3 brush, which is pretty hard to control. Although, the style of this cartoon is a nod to the late Mike Matthews, who handled the No3 sable like he was born with a brush in his hand... And I ain't joking.
Posted by Steve at 10:11
Tuesday, 24 May 2011
Some cynical individuals doubt my artistic integrity and think I deliberately confuse symbolism with smut. Hey! I just paint what I see...
Posted by Steve at 12:04
Pity. One day I'll get this into shape as the finished full-colour painting that it was intended to be.
Posted by Steve at 11:58
The site owners started charging for the use of the site and nobody wanted to pay for it, so that was that.
I also began designing the Lurkin' Stiffs as animated shorts. Remind me to show you the character design/story boards one of these days.
Posted by Steve at 11:50
Peake is a favourite artist of mine. He seems to be having a new burst of popularity these days (About time!) I think that for a long time the public had difficulty working out what he was, because he was a writer as much as an artist. The public likes to pigeon hole artists, rather than find out who they are.
This posting is dedicated to the late Jeff Jones. A great Artist. Already missed.
Posted by Steve at 11:31
It wasn't often that I got to do anything in the Horror Comic style, so this was a bonus compared to some of the art jobs I had back then. Brush and Ink with a colour overlay added inhouse.
Posted by Steve at 11:25
Monday, 23 May 2011
In this Post South Park, Post Mel Gibson world it's a bit hard to believe all of the shit and nonsense that ensued. Especially, as these days the strip is reprinted and posted on the internet so often with no one so much as batting an eyelid! Well, apart from a few complaints...
I'll tell you about those later!
Sunday, 22 May 2011
At the time a local newspaper ran a piece on me, and published this (in black and white). I don't think they realised that the alien artist isn't wearing pants! After it was published a journalist phoned me and said not many people had even noticed it, except for someone who wrote in to say I could draw "nice teeth".
Posted by Steve at 07:34
When Oink! was first being published it had some complaints from the Mary Whitehouse brigade because they thought it was too rude for its intended audience (Not just Charlie, all of it). But it sold pretty well, so the editors ignored the criticism and the newsagents just put it on a slightly higher shelf in their shops.
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Tuesday, 17 May 2011
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
Enjoy 'em both!
Posted by Steve at 08:42
A while ago, I decided that every night for fifty nights I would write and sketch at least one page of comics in my trusty Moleskine. I had no idea what would happen when I opened the book & nothing was planned beforehand. It was knackering, but certainly hones your brain cells. I think. Recommended for adults and crazy cartoonists only! And then there's the long slog of drafting this all up in ink on illustration board. What the hell was I thinking?
Posted by Steve at 07:16
Tuesday, 10 May 2011
Saturday, 7 May 2011
Hunt Emerson. This is my contribution and the original was bought by Hunt after a book signing in Birmingham.
Posted by Steve at 04:43