Thursday, 5 February 2009

The Old Man's Back Again

Baron Kazam

The Old Man's Back Again has become a sort of theme tune for Baron Kazam, I end up humming it every time I see him. It's one of those booming, mythic, Sergio Leone landscape sounding Scott Walker songs (I could just have easily chosen The Seventh Seal by Scott Walker, I guess. That one even features a knight). 

From page one of The Inverted Coma

Always annoying when folk don't update their blogs and I'm getting a bit slack myself just now thanks to my mountainous workload. So, with that in mind, and the fact I'm going to be flat out busy for another fortnight before I go on holiday, I thought I'd do some bumper blogging! The indian pic is a panel from the Future Shock type thing that I've been kicking around for the past couple of years. Thought I ought to finish it and send it over to Tharg really. 

Below is one of those "how to in 3 quick easy steps" things. I couldn't resist jumping in and nudging the HUZZAH story on the other day and managed to knock out three panels in double quick time.

6 comments:

Faz Choudhury said...

I've been listening to that track of late funnily enough, they played it on the radio a couple of weeks back and I couldn't get it out of my head.

Yeah, people not updating their blogs are annoying aren't they? I'm impressed you've managed to put up a couple of things even though you're swamped!

Rob Davis said...

Yours has been a relative flurry of activity of late, Faz. And all the better for it.

Faz Choudhury said...

I'll be putting up more bits and pieces soon. Thanks for the link by the way!

Do tell, what's the Inverted Coma?

Rob Davis said...

All being well I'll finish it when I get back off holiday, so I'll let you see it then. There's an aborted panel from page four way back on this blog, one of my first blogs I think.

I. N. J. Culbard said...

He's pretty spry for an old guy.

paulhd said...

The Indian fella looks great, hope you get to finish it up.
Like the 3 easy steps, any chance of more process work?

 
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