May 14, 2013
Here you go troops:
May 8, 2013
December 17, 2012
Cindy & Biscuit no.3 is done, dusted and available for purchase now! Just in time for Christmas too…
And it’s the biggest issue yet – 56 pages! It includes the singe longest C&B story I’ve ever done, Abducted Again which clocks in at a whopping 37 pages! It also includes the stories Cindy & Biscuit and the Camera and Cindy & The Fever (previous published at Mindless Ones).
Needless to say, I’m super pleased with this and can safely say it’s the best work I’ve ever done. I hope you like it too.
Click below for some sample images, and then head over to my shop to get yourself a copy. While you’re there you can pick up issues 1 and 2!
July 7, 2012
I thought it might be nice to have the complete ‘What We Did At The Weekend’ strip I did for the Mindless Ones last year, available here. This was an experiment in telling a serialized story with single page illustrations. It was meant to be like those story/diaries you would have to do when you got back to school after summer holidays. Obviously Cindy’s version is going to be a bit different from most… I quite like how it turned out:
Click below for the complete story…
February 29, 2012
Okay, it’s finally done – 44 pages of comics goodness, featuring everyone’s favourite angry little girl and her dog!
£3.50 (+p&P) – head over to the Shop to purchase:
Features the stories Cindy & Biscuit and the Secrets of Summer, Biscuit Beyond (as seen right here), the epic 18 page Cindy vs The Sea, Cindy & Biscuit and the Snowman and Excerpts from Cindy’s Diary.
I really am super-pleased with this. It’s the best comics work I’ve ever done and ,after the great reception the first issue got, I’m hoping you’re going to love it too.
Click below for some teaser images…
October 12, 2011
I was recently asked to participate in an exhibition of self-portraiture at Orbital Comics (London’s best comic shop – fact!) alongside Shaky Kane, David Hine and other Brit comics luminaries.
This is what I turned in.
Camilla and the boys at Orbital are hugely supportive of the small press and are generally just tops all round. So if you’re in London and in need of a comics fix, you should head there.
June 12, 2011
A while back we Mindless Ones put together a zine collecting some long-form essays by us and some of our favourite comics bloggers. I put the whole thing together from cover to back page for my sins…. Anyway I really wanted a striking cover and worked on it for a long time. Above is a cover that almost made it.
May 15, 2011
I have a new piece in the latest issue of Headpress – this is taken from their blurb:
Nasty Mirrors (Writers I’ve Known)
Part One: Mayir Essene
The first installment of a new series of scabrous literary vignettes by Thomas McGrath, with illustrations by Dan White
So head over there and pick yourself up a copy. Or wait here for a bit and luxuriate in the grime…
January 3, 2011
Here’s the latest piece of work commissioned by improv noiseniks and sterling chaps Medicine and Duty. This is the cover for their newly released vinyl album Sunken Carnival, available from Foolproof Projects.
I went for a vaguely Moebius influenced visual, organic psychedelia, but with a clean crisp modern twist. Like cosmic coral on a trip to the underverse.
September 12, 2010
Here’s a nice tasteful illustration done for the latest edition of Headpress, highlighting the links between football and the occult. I see this as Roy of the Rovers by way of Mario Bava or Lucio Fulsi.
As always, head over to the Headpress site for more info…