Thursday 6 June 2013


Baron Frankenstein was a film directed by Terry Sharp for Midwich Studios. Robert Tinnell wrote the script a few years back as we planned to use it in the next Terry Sharp book which so far hasn't materialised. However recently Bob suggested we run it in his latest book with Neil Vokes called Flesh @ Blood. Above is the strip that ran in issue 2.

September sees Flesh @ Blood # 3 hit the stands with the second part of Baron Frankenstein included. Eventually we hope to run BF in full in a new Terry Sharp tome!


Thursday 23 February 2012


                                          Colour test and inks changed for final version. Here's the first shot below.

                                           Early layout for eps. 13.

                                          Pencil layout for eps. 20

Thursday 29 December 2011


                                       Unused panel from part 7 of next Terry Sharp adventure.

Wednesday 28 December 2011

Elspeth Dances

Unused panel of Elspeth's spell dance inspired by Tales of The Unexpected.

Sunday 18 December 2011

Don Sharp 1922-2011

Aussie director and writer Don Sharp has died. He was one of the key inspirations for TERRY SHARP. He directed Hammer's RASPUTIN THE MAD MONK , THE DEVIL- SHIP PIRATES and KISS OF THE VAMPIRE. Among his other genre work was THE FACE and BRIDES OF FU MANCHU , WITCHCRAFT , CURSE OF THE FLY and DARK PLACES. He directed the 1974 CALLAN film starring Edward Woodward and episodes of THE AVENGERS ( Invasion of the Earthmen , The- Get- Away and The Curious Case of the Countless Clues) and one episode of THE CHAMPIONS ( Project Zero in 1969).

Never really accorded the acclaim he was due because he worked outside the studio system - Don was a director who could direct any genre including comedy. To end this short piece I must mention a  favourite - PSYCHOMANIA - ride free Don , you've earned it and thankyou.


Thursday 23 June 2011


Here's the very first drawing of Terry Sharp and Elspeth Sasdy I did as a warm up to drawing the strip SHADOWDANCE. The stone hand holding the sacrificial knife was more symbolic than reality in the strip where the duo run into druids one dark night.

This is a promotional strip we knocked together from some of the art from the series , however we changed stylistic tack halfway through to the more watercolour look and I started all over again!