Underneath Heidi Klum’s Skin.

I’ve been so wrapped up with working on my comic strip that I’ve hardly posted anything at all on here lately. Here’s how busy I’ve been: I didn’t even do anything for Halloween this year!

I may not do anything for Halloween next year or the year after that or even the year after that because although Halloween is one of my favourite times of year, HOW THE HELL CAN ANYONE TOP THIS COSTUME!

Yep, that was Heidi Klum’s jaw droppingly amazing Halloween costume this year!
I don’t actually know who Heidi Klum is but as soon as I saw this costume I liked her.

I like the sound of her entrance to this party too.
She was wheeled in under a sheet on an autopsy table by two doctors who were covered in blood!
YES!
Well done Heidi!
Fucking outstanding my dear!

A Sneaky Preview Of Bad Things Ahead.

Hi folks,
This is really unfinished at this point but here’s a sneak preview of the upcoming strip on Al Cook’s “Necropolis”.

Hopefully I can have this up and ready by Halloween.
That’s the plan anyways.

And A Big Creepy Bisexual Torso In A Pear Tree!

Hi folks,
Merry Christmas 2010!

I have here, a beer and a coffin sized box of Malteasers.
I’m relaxing y’know?
After all, I’ve been busy all month.

Know what else I have here?

THIS:

Yup.
A big life sized, creepy, anatomically correct, bisexual torso.

WHAT THE HELL ELSE WOULD I HAVE!?

It’s in the corner of the room just now,
Just…sort of staring at me with it’s weird one eye.

My Sister always gets me interesting gifts at Christmas time.

Can anyone top that in terms of weirdness?

Dissected Knitted Animals.

Today’s weirdo internet find for weirdo’s is:
Dissected Knitted Animals.

I don’t know about you but my Granny never knitted anything like this…

Now there’s something you don’t see every day.

Arthur Rackham: “The Sleeping Beauty”.

Hi folks,

I don’t think I’m gonna be around much on here for a while.
I might!
But I might not.

In the meantime,
Here are some of my favourite Arthur Rackham illustrations.

These are from “The Sleeping Beauty” by C. S. Evans and I think they date from around 1920:

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