“Who Is Bette Noir?” Teaser

Another taster of our first short Club Vamporama film, “Who Is Bette Noir?”

Club Vamporama Shoot #4

Firstly, apologies for radio silence. Secondly, All Bad Things news: the shoot will now take place on August 20th. A couple of people dropped out at last minute and we’re currently looking for someone to handle the sound tech. More VERY soon!

Anyhow. Yesterday was the fourth shoot for Club Vamporama, this time uniting Dru and Lizzie (for the first time, as they appear to just miss each other in previous item, even though their scenes were shot five weeks apart!) for a scene set indoors—the so-called “Cthulhu Sketch”, which we previously did an abortive screen test on some months ago—plus a title sequence shot outdoors (storyboards for which I shall be posting tonight or tomorrow).

So, here are a couple of promo shots of Jenni (Dru) and Marie (Lizzie), plus a very short video clip tease! (Apologies for background noise in video; it’s pre-edited footage.) Photography & camera, etc, by me. More on this very soon too…

Club Vamporama Promo #1

Jenni & Marie

“Hail Cthulhu!” Redux

New comics! As some of you know, I stopped doing comics after February 2013. During the hiatus I did some other things, including a few T-shirt designs. Anyhow, the strip pitch idea I mentioned recently was the first comics I’d done since Feb ’13; but right now I’m moving towards a number of new projects, including regular Webcomics and a revival of Club Comicana Vamporama.

Yup, Club Com/Vamp is, as of June 2016, exactly ten years old! To celebrate, there will be two new strips; firstly, a reworking of an older strip, below—to be followed shortly by an all-new one! As ever, the (revised) script is by Liz B and the art is by Yours Truly…

Hail Cthulhu Redux

The original version of this strip can be seen here—compare & contrast!!

“Hail Cthulhu!”

This has been more or less done for a week, but needed to finish it up. And then, I had a disaster and the monster on last panel got severely water damaged—so I had to perform a last-minute repair job. Very annoying. But it came out okay I guess!

Hail Cthulhu

Art: Moi; Plot: Liz Black