Thursday, 17 January 2013
It suddenly inspired me to look at the stages this cover went through from my (rather maximalist) original rough (top) to my final artwork (less zombies, less superheroes) to the final book where the (decidedly more minimalist) zombies seem to have acquired a rather fetching shade of green!
It's got falling trousers, dancing hippos, talking cakes, police elephants (naturally!) toilet paper mummies & lots of other zombie based shenanigans that Casper & his superhero friends encounter - what more do you need?
It's been a lot of hard work & a lot of fun working on these books & this looks like this will be the last in the series which is a shame (especially as I can draw some of the characters in my sleep by now!) & I've grown quite fond of them.
WHAM-BAM-JELLY-AND-JAM! Anybody can be a superhero! (as long as you stick your pants on the outside, I ALWAYS do!)
You can buy a copy from here but I'd suggest getting one from your local PROPER bookshop - who knows what else you might find?
Friday, 27 May 2011
Thursday, 26 May 2011
Some more good retro wholesome made-up horror comic stuff for you kids*!
Available at all good newsagents (& a fair few sh*tty ones too)
*this is what comes of a childhood spent in a seaside town watching too many horror films & reading too many comics...
Monday, 23 May 2011
Friday, 11 March 2011
Friday, 24 September 2010
A few of the inside illustrations from the new Boy Zero book 'Attack of the Brain-Dead Breakdancing Zombies' by Peter Millett, published by Faber
Steal your mum's credit card kids & order YOUR copy here...
Just received a copy of the second in the series of Boy Zero books by Peter Millett which I illustrated the cover & the insides
You can score a copy here...