Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Granny's Rinse Adventures online!

I decided to publish Granny's Rinse Adventures on line; follow this link to see it. I set up another blog to show my graphic stories.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

(Some Granny's comics were delivered in person as gifts over Christmas; others went in the post. I e-mailed a few which were received at varying success rates, so this new blog is especially good as it shows pages at a decent size but at non printable, low resolution quality etc...)

The comic book is now available in print; and in a couple of formats.

Domestic Bliss episode 2, is coming on a treat, though it has been a good challenge, juggling her with other work....I am focusing on pages to include in the next trailer.

A whole host of Valentines snogs...

Phew! This has got to be the longest snog in recorded history, spanning some of the worst of this wintery frost! On Valentines Day, the snogging will finally end at a most sweetest point. (I was rather enjoying it, but my characters are complaining if achy lips).

So many have said that the design is suitable for Valentines too, so I thought I would adapt accordingly. I won’t change the Christmas snog because I believe that winter is a time for the most snogging ever! They have now reached a satisfactory point in their evolution over the last two years and the spirit of them is now ready to be unleashed into the more volatile world of LOVE

(Because it isn’t really worth OUCH! selling just one online, each can trust that OUCH! won’t tell anyone if you buy a pack of three!!!)

Take a look here at OUCH! for the grand new collection!

His and Hers...

Here are all the designs...

Hers and Hers...


His and His...

I had an idea recently; for there to be a 'friends day'. There seems to be one serious loop-hole here. 

It is a heavy task to make an effect  on the traditions already in place; of Mothers day, Fathers day...Valentines day, which have been going on ever since...well when retail assumed it's own worship I guess...(I must research this, as I only speak from my own cultural roots...'friends day' would be global).

With social networks and 'global communication' which have the capacity to melt down so easily between friends, a 'marked' day when people make a special point to let one another know of their fondness would be total! 
I guess Christmas does this...though heavily bent on the family and one religion...(who knows if friends sending cards and gifts are desperately trying to forgive...or be forgiven!)
Birthdays...well, they are special but are not one united day.
However commercialised they become, these institutions do enhance and celebrate their importance.

I love my friends!

Back to the subject of Valentines...a perfect moment to formerly introduce a very special gift...take a glance over at OUCH!

Last but by no means least...take a look!