Ollie & Quentin Book

Ollie & Quentin Book
125 pages in full colour!

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Monday, July 30, 2012

I'm at the Olympics!

I've been at the Olympic Park in London today watching the swimming! So exciting! Great atmosphere in an awesome park. It's HUGE! Could not fault the arenas, staff and transport. Just fantastic!

Sun was out too!




Ollie and Quentin launches on GoComics today!


Big News! Ollie and Quentin launches on the fabulous GoComics website today.
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Friday, July 27, 2012

Quentin with The Olympic Torch...


Here's my brother (the Real Quentin) with The Olympic Torch! 

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Bavaria

I've been walking in the beautiful Bavarian Mountains in Southern Germany for the last 4 days. I can't describe how beautiful it is so here are some pictures. Oh and I visited Salzburg today to see Mozart's home town. That's his birth place, second floor, beneath the writing.




Friday, July 20, 2012

Gorgeous BBC Olympics Animation Trailer

Gorgeous animation for the BBC Olympics coverage. I watched the Olympic Torch come to my home town of Guildford today and saw it leave on board 3 Sea King Helicopters on its way to London. The sun was out too! First time in weeks. Next time I see the flame I will be in the Olympic Stadium! So exciting!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Where the hell is Matt...



Like millions of others, I love these "Where the hell is Matt" videos. Always brings a lump to my throat. Wish I could dance!

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Ollie & Quentin on ManiComix



Ollie and Quentin is being distributed in Italy by the great guys at ManiComix! It is now on the ManiComix app for iPhone and iPad. It's FREE so head over to iTunes and download it! My iPhone is too old and crappy to view it so tell me if it's any good. Thanks.


Friday, July 06, 2012

Wednesday, July 04, 2012

If you're missing Ollie and Quentin...

video

If you're missing my comic strip and need a quick fix here's a weepy little reminder of my two guys accompanied by the hauntingly beautiful "Lament" by the Neil Cowley Trio who I saw in concert at the Royal Festival Hall a short while ago.