Tuesday, 23 December 2008
Have a jolly marvellous Christmas, people and catch you in the new year!
Friday, 19 December 2008
In the countdown to Xmas he'll be bringing a new visual interpretation of Santa to his website every day. As well as my new favourite 'Blaxploitation Santa', you can also catch the likes of Kung Fu Santa and Zombie Santa.
Just what will this Care in the Community mad man dream up next, I wonder? Find out for yourselves at: http://neillcameron.blogspot.com/
(Blaxploitation Santa art (c) Neill Cameron 2008)
Thursday, 6 November 2008
The way the challenge works is every group's given the same title, genre and line of dialogue and then has 48 hours to make the film. The title this year was 'Blood On The Moon', the genre was B Movie and the line of dialogue was 'Go on then...I'll play your vicious little game!'
The B-Movie genre certainly proved popular, and there was lots of terrific entries with giant mutated lobsters, vampires, zombies and all sorts of madness.
We went with a creature feature for our entry (courtesy of a 99p ball of wool from C and H fabrics...no expense spared on our movie) and although it had very little to do with the actual title, it went down rather well at the viewing. Phil Palmer, who plays the villain of the piece constructed the sound track in a matter of hours and did a damn fine job. My main role this year was 'Head Tribble Wrangler' which is of course the highlight of my film making career!
Last year our entry Dark Mesh won 'Best Film'. This year we won 'Best Soundtrack'.
Anyway, enough waffle...Click the link and enjoy the madness!
Friday, 31 October 2008
Myself and that rather pleasant writer chap David Baillie (http://www.davidbaillie.net/) have teamed up this Halloween to bring you a few short animations based on David's Zombie Interviews comic series. So, prepare yourself for some highbrow intellectual zombie antics!
Incidentally, the original comic series is contained within the pages of Accent UK's Zombies anthology, available from http://www.accentukcomics.com/
Sunday, 19 October 2008
Although it's only an eight pager, we've tried to pack as much mayhem and bloodshed into those pages as we possibly could!
So, who's this Faceless chap then? Well, he's a psychotic headless robotic assassin with a distinct liking for over the top violence. He also likes kittens, long walks in the park, murdering folk, cartoons, chocolate bars, beheadings and crossword puzzles.
keep watching http://www.bulletproofcomics.co.uk/ as the first page will be going up in the next few days.
Incidentally, me and Tony Suleri's Highway Robbery webcomic has just reached its 20th page (2/3 of the way there!). Give it a look if you're into violent monkey carnage (and who isn't eh?)
We've tried to put as much gunfire, explosions, sleaze and vomiting into the story as we could, so keep your eyes peeled for the One Eyed Wench!
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Tuesday, 14 October 2008
Saturday, 11 October 2008
Thursday, 9 October 2008
Oh yes, and here's some previews from a few strips appearing in Bulletproof 3; Bunk Mates, by Paul Harrison-Davies, and Backtrack by Tony Suleri. Plus there'll also be a One Eyed Wench strip illustrated by Dave Thomson.
Thursday, 2 October 2008
Wednesday, 1 October 2008
With so many projects in the works at the moment, this might also help me keep track of what I'm doing from one day to the next.
I'll put up a few samples later of the various comic strips that'll be available at the upcoming Birmingham Comic Con. In the meantime, welcome to the barren featureless landscape that is my blog!