Friday, 26 November 2010

This Time, Doctor, It Shall Be Your Last!

This is probably the last Dr WTF?! picture I will be able to post without giving any of the plot away. Once it's all finished though, there's going to be some colour added, which, as you may have noticed, is a bit of a New Thing for me. So I'll probably put up something a little more revealing once that's all done.

In other news, the previously mentioned Lugal has been marvellously lettered by HdE, who, on that site, compares Sunstreaker to internet trolls. As someone who doesn't get how Sunstreaker is so popular, this entirely works for me.

Lugal has even found its first home, but there will be more about that in my next, hopefully imminent, post.

Thursday, 18 November 2010

Remembrance Of The Revelation Of The Resurrection Of WTF?!

So, when I put up these preview pictures, I don't like to give away too much of the story they come from.

This is why I have chosen the following picture.

Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Dr WTF?!

Here are some drawings of a character I like to call Twenty Three.

Why? Because knowing a Doctor by his number is how people do this sort of thing.

Or so I have been led to believe.

This is Doctor WTF?! and his companion Septaline, the lovable scamp. These characters were created by one Oscar Maltby (AKA Ozebane), my partner in crime for the deranged brainchild of Owen Watts.

You see, Owen had a dream. He dreamt of a new vision for that old family favourite. In a fictional world where, canonically, canon is non canon (see RTD's comments at Den of Geek ), Owen wanted a Doctor that was less canon than any other Doctor ever!

So move over Peter Cushing. Forget about it Rowan Atkinson. There is a new Non-Canon Champion, and not just the one! Owen has assembled a whole host of writers, artists, and other creative types. I'm sure by the end of the project we'll have shown that "13 lives" rule where it can shove itself.

Right up the Eye of Harmony, is what I mean.

Monday, 8 November 2010

Some Art I Have Been Drawing

As I have occasionally mentioned, I have recently been working on a comic strip written by Matt Mclaughlin.

Well, my work has finally been completed. It has been rolled up, squeezed into a cable, and sent whizzing through the internet; heading to that mystical, secret land inhabited by unicorns, letterers and editors.

By which I mean, there is more work to be done, but it is all out of my hands now, and I'm not sure why I mentioned unicorns at all.

So here are some preview images from Lugal