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THESE CARTOONS MIGHT NOT BE IDEAL READING MATERIAL FOR CHILDREN!

Arnold Lycheesmasher's Photo Casebook

20th April 2013 - Arnold Lycheesmasher's Photo Casebook

Arnold takes a sensitive look at some personal issues. Might be the first episode in a series, if I decide I want to continue it.

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Mech people

6th January 2013 - Mechanical people

Hmm, long time no update. Here's a 3D rendering which I've been fooling around with.

Have a look


Art Gallery

5th April 2009 - Art gallery

A new archive I've added to the site, bringing together all my artistic curiosities from the last ten years.

Have a look


Exile Asylum

I've happened upon Exile Asylum, where websites of a somewhat dark nature. Down With Freedom is now located in their listings, and you are encouraged to go and check out all the other stuff too.

Bill Budgie and the Psychic Kidneys

Bill Budgie and the Psychic Kidneys
I came up with this series of cartoons in 2001 - 2002. I've often wondered if they might be suitable for adapting into animations, but it's not happened yet...Anyway, check out Bill's thirteen surreal adventures.

Things Involving Dreams

This is a project which I've not worked on for a few years, where I'm the central character!
Psycho-analysts take note, these are some of the things I dream about...
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Superlife

Click here! Click here! Click here! Click here! Click here!
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These characters are from the project I have been working on in my spare time. I don't know why I've called it 'Superlife'; that name just seems to work for some reason. Anyway, click on them to gain a view of their individual worlds.


The Zip

The Zip!

Click here to read The Zip, a six-page comic strip story which I wrote/drew while I was at college.

See also The Zip: "Fastener of Justice", the sixteen-page sequel.

I began working on a third instalment, but then remembered I was supposed to be getting on with coursework.