This time around, we're back to the Generation One Triple-Changing Headmaster Decepticon Horrorcons! It's Snapdragon's turn for a buff'n'shine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3t3IiJBeymE
Almost ten years ago, my father-in-law emigrated to Australia, and we took ownership of his car, his vacuum cleaner, and his cat. This is the cat's story, as it's more interesting than the other two. Missy was about seven and a half years old at the time she moved in with us, and it was … Continue reading Missy
Previous station: Rhydyfelin Halt. At the turn of the century, the PC&N had purchased it's own stock of trains to run passenger services, and a series of local stops were built for these services. As with the previous halts on the line, Dynea Halt opened (initially named just Dynea) on September 1st, 1904. Via NLS, https://maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/side-by-side/#zoom=17&lat=51.5867&lon=-3.3020&layers=168&right=BingHyb. … Continue reading Retracing the PC&N Railway: Part Five: Dynea Halt
Ok, so I didn't quite manage to complete the full 31 days of Inktober challenge, this past October. But I came close! I decided to draw characters from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, as my theme. Here's my inky efforts... Let's see what happens for October 2019!
Previous station: Treforest Halt. At the turn of the century, the PC&N had purchased it's own stock of trains to run passenger services, and a series of local stops were built for these services. As with the previous halts on the line, Rhydyfelin Halt opened on September 1st, 1904. Unlike the prior halts, Rhydyfelin Halt … Continue reading Retracing the PC&N Railway: Part Four: Rhydyfelin Halt
Previous station: Glyntaff Halt. This stretch of track from Pontypridd had been in use by the PC&N since it's opening in 1884, with freight and passenger services operated by Taff Vale Railway locomotives from the TVR's Pontypridd hub. The TVR opted to discontinue this arrangement in 1903, so the PC&N purchased it's own engines and … Continue reading Retracing the PC&N Railway: Part Three: Treforest Halt
IDW's Transformers Universe (at least, it's Generation One line) draws to an absolute conclusion this year, neatly tying up over a decade of storytelling that has had a huge impact on Transformers fiction (and to an extent, the toy-line that spawned it). I've been honoured to have worked on the comics as a colourist, so … Continue reading IDW’s Transformers Universe & Me – A Look Back