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2000AD ONLINE JULY ART COMP - WORDLESS STORIES
So… choose a panel, however long or short - a story told without words- no letterers here !
My entry featuring the failed ‘Democracy Now’ Protests from Judge Dredd.
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2000AD ONLINE JULY ART COMP - WORDLESS STORIES

So… choose a panel, however long or short - a story told without words- no letterers here !

My entry featuring the failed ‘Democracy Now’ Protests from Judge Dredd.

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The Death of Johnny Alpha

2000AD online June Competition entry.

Theme: Based on Anthony Vukojevich’s  now closed RE-PANELED Blog http://repaneled.blogspot.ie/, which I loved, take any comic panel, 2000ad or other and re draw, re interpret it, what ever… GO MAD!

May 2000AD online competition.Theme: What If…?Oh yes. In contrast to July 2012’s simple “reversals of fortune” we want a little twist in continuity cake having DEEP REPERCUSSIONS. Let’s get fully convoluted, massive fan-service, huge indulgent weirdness. Bonus if you manage to produce a striking Marvel-esque “What If” cover image!My entry posits the question; What if Judge Dredd had an underactive thyroid?
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May 2000AD online competition.
Theme: What If…?

Oh yes. In contrast to July 2012’s simple “reversals of fortune” we want a little twist in continuity cake having DEEP REPERCUSSIONS. Let’s get fully convoluted, massive fan-service, huge indulgent weirdness. Bonus if you manage to produce a striking Marvel-esque “What If” cover image!
My entry posits the question; What if Judge Dredd had an underactive thyroid?

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2000AD Forum Art Comp. (Apr’14) - The Day The Law Died

Some terrific entries, as usual, for this month’s art competition, Judge Dredd's second mega-epic, “The Day The Law Died”, with the added bonus of each entry getting a full critique from hardworking, fan-favourite art droid, D’Israeli (Stickleback,Leviathan) - keep your eyes on the forum for full details..

  1. First place: Judge Dredd fights off a vicious alien mercenary Klegg, in this winning entry from Steven Austin
  2. Second place: Recruitment posters for the Kleggs, to join Chief-Judge Cal's private guard - Snappy art by Irish artist, Richard Smithers (allied72)
  3. "Bloop!" - Deputy Chief-Judge Fish from prolific, gifted fan artist, Neil McClements (Archie)
  4. Tharg’s Choice: Leader of the bloodthirsty Kleggs and Cal's right-hand, er croc?, 'Judge Grampus by serial winner, Allister Mackerel (allistermac)

This Month I had the honour of receiving Tharg’s Choice.

Cite Arrow reblogged from 2000adonline
2000AD online Competition entry.Theme for this month is 'THE DAY THE LAW DIED’. A classic Judge Dredd story featuring a mad dictator, human eating maundering aliens and a Fish placed in the role of deputy chief judge. My entry features Grampus, leader of the mercenary Klegg Army.[link]

2000AD online Competition entry.
Theme for this month is 'THE DAY THE LAW DIED’. A classic Judge Dredd story featuring a mad dictator, human eating maundering aliens and a Fish placed in the role of deputy chief judge. My entry features Grampus, leader of the mercenary Klegg Army.
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MARCH ART COMP - 2000AD LANDSCAPESMy unfinished entry for the competition.
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MARCH ART COMP - 2000AD LANDSCAPES
My unfinished entry for the competition.

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2000AD ONLINE FEBRUARY ART COMP - 2000BCMy entry features Devlin Waugh inventing personal grooming back in 2000BC (before combs). 
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2000AD ONLINE FEBRUARY ART COMP - 2000BC
My entry features Devlin Waugh inventing personal grooming back in 2000BC (before combs).

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Tharg The Mighty
Created for the January 2000AD Online Art Competition.
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Tharg The Mighty

Created for the January 2000AD Online Art Competition.

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My entry for the November 2000AD Online competition - Otto Sump

My drawing had the honour of being selected as BRIAN BOLLAND’S DROID’S CHOICE. This is a big deal, Brian Bolland has long been my favourite comic book artist. Two of the first graphic novels I bought featured his meticulous and evocative artwork. The first was a Titan collection of Judge Death, the second was Batman The Killing Joke. Both have been read countless times and the images contained within are indelibly etched in my mind. Inseparable from the words on the page.

I thought I’d show the process behind my latest drawing.

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My entry for the November 2000AD Online competition.Theme: A 2000AD minor character gets their own series.
Otto Sump. Colour version.
This months competition has my favourite comic book artist, the legendary Brian Bolland as a guest judge.[link]

My entry for the November 2000AD Online competition.
Theme: A 2000AD minor character gets their own series.

Otto Sump. Colour version.

This months competition has my favourite comic book artist, the legendary Brian Bolland as a guest judge.

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My entry for the November 2000AD Online competition.Theme: A 2000AD minor character gets their own series.Otto Sump made several appearances in Judge Dredd one of the most notable was when he created the ‘Ugly Clinic’ which inadvertently turned his clients into hideous monstrosities. The Ugly look soon became a fashion sensation and made Otto a fortune before Dredd created the Ugly Tax and made Otto’s services too expensive for the average citizen. The story was a damning indictment of the fashion industry and the media obsession with body image that is even more relevant today than when it was when originally published.[link]

My entry for the November 2000AD Online competition.
Theme: A 2000AD minor character gets their own series.

Otto Sump made several appearances in Judge Dredd one of the most notable was when he created the ‘Ugly Clinic’ which inadvertently turned his clients into hideous monstrosities. The Ugly look soon became a fashion sensation and made Otto a fortune before Dredd created the Ugly Tax and made Otto’s services too expensive for the average citizen. The story was a damning indictment of the fashion industry and the media obsession with body image that is even more relevant today than when it was when originally published.

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OCTOBER ART COMP - 1800AD1800AD - from steampunk ABC Warriors to a Victorian Judge Dredd, re-imagine any of the 2000AD pantheon for this bygone age.My entry is a Steampunk Joe Pineapples.[link]
My entry was selected as ‘Tharg’s Choice’ in the competition. I’m very happy about that. [link]

OCTOBER ART COMP - 1800AD
1800AD - from steampunk ABC Warriors to a Victorian Judge Dredd, re-imagine any of the 2000AD pantheon for this bygone age.
My entry is a Steampunk Joe Pineapples.

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My entry was selected as ‘Tharg’s Choice’ in the competition. I’m very happy about that. [link]

Breaking Bad The Final Season Poster
My entry for the Breaking Bad Final Season poster competition, a homage to The Good The Bad and The Ugly.breakingbadposter.com.au

Breaking Bad The Final Season Poster

My entry for the Breaking Bad Final Season poster competition, a homage to The Good The Bad and The Ugly.

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My entry for the September 2000AD Online Competition: Harry 20 On the High Rock.Theme:The characters and stories of classic era 2000AD/Tornado writer Gerry Finley-Day.[link]

My entry for the September 2000AD Online Competition: Harry 20 On the High Rock.

Theme:
The characters and stories of classic era 2000AD/Tornado writer Gerry Finley-Day.

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The Psychedelic Journal of Time TravelArt from the first panel from ‘Out of Time’ written by Liz Boyle and illustrated by me.
The ultimate psychedelic small press comic anthology from the makers of Dr WTF. Tales of the bizarre, the inexplicable and the outright batnads insane! 
Find out more here: [link]

The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel
Art from the first panel from ‘Out of Time’ written by Liz Boyle and illustrated by me.

The ultimate psychedelic small press comic anthology from the makers of Dr WTF. Tales of the bizarre, the inexplicable and the outright batnads insane!

Find out more here: [link]