I cut my basketball break short one time because a bee kept buzzing me. I forgave it. It was a bee, after all. I like bees.
The following morning, with pants firmly on, I made this video from the footage I'd shot, and uploaded it to my YouTube channel.
Awestruck by the lightning storm outside my window in the early hours of this morning, I set the camera on my mobile phone to slo-mo, and started filming.
I'm a bit behind with Le Tour de France this year, but since this conversation with Anthony I've been watching previous episodes on theITV Hub and texting my reactions to him for his amusement (and mine).
In this video I talk about an Oojo and Bink comic strip called Sunshine; the decisions I made when changing it from a black and white drawing to a colour one. To see more videos like this, please subscribe to my YouTube channel.
I'm moving to Essex to live with my girlfriend, Laura, and I'm doing it in stages. Stage 1: Ask a stupid question.
From the initial pencil draft to the final coloured version, this video shows the development of one of my Oojo and Bink comic strips. Unusually, I inked one panel at a time, instead of inking across all four panels and revisiting them several times.
Cartoonist and comics creator at Richard Pettitt Art. Studio in Uckfield, East Sussex, England.