Welcome to my second installment of the Secret Life Of An Indie Publisher, where I take you into the murky waters that we Indie Creators inhabit and peek behind the scenes of what a very (very) small press gets up too. As I write stories, create characters, pull together publications, work with artists and from time to time illustrate my own work. Continue reading →
Who is Hero Ted? This Superhero Teddy Bear empowered by his child’s security blanket that has popped onto the Teddy Bear Tales scene. Well, my first question are you reading Hero Ted? It is quite easy to do because it is a FREE webcomic which you can view at Heroted.com
If you are please carry on reading, if you are not; I encourage you to take ten minutes out and catch up on this Teddy Bear adventure story. I think you will enjoy the innocent charm of it.
Have you met Hero Ted? He is the Superhero Teddy Bear out to save the world just before bedtime. I had chance a couple of days ago to do a quick character study illustration just to play with some elements of this new hero. Continue reading →
Given current predicts it looks likes Hurricane Joaquin may be joining us over the weekend, although I suspect by the time it gets to us it will be a tropical storm, or just a soggy depression. However, there remains a possibility we will get blasted by a lot of rain and see some wild woolly storms aiming to rip through Baltimore in the next few days. I am re-posting my public awareness blog, packed full of recommend safety tips to take you through the upcoming extreme natural event.
Superheroes… Superheroes… Superheroes… There has been an explosion in Superhero movies this decade, from Marvel rolling out the really quite well done Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and with DC finding their footing with the awkward start to the DC Movie Universe (DCMU) with Man Of Steel. Continue reading →