Pilot and Huxley VS Planet Arpos by Dan McGuiness.
Pilot and Huxley are about to meet the most evil being in the universe. It’s up to them to foil Arpros’ most wicked plan yet: the annihilation of existence. Will Pilot and Huxley save the day?
Pilot and Huxley by Dan McGuiness.
When Pilot and Huxley forget to return their video game, they have no idea how much trouble they’re about to be in. On the run from an inter-dimensional hit man debt collector who really wants their game, the two friends find themselves stranded in a crazy dimension, where the only way to get home is to retrieve the golden nose-hair of a mountain giant. Things are about to get seriously snotty.
I am now using Manga Studio Ex4. This is the first attempt at drawing with it. I’m pretty happy with it.
Today I did some talks at Norwood Primary School.
The staff put on an awesome morning tea and I got to speak at there morning assembly.
As usual the classes and I did some drawings at the end of my talks. Here is what the kids came up with.
First up we have Barry. He has finger legs, T-Rex arms, a skeleton’s body and a rodent’s tail. He lives in a kettle in Ice Cream Land.
Next we have Bob the female elephant. she has rat’s arms, robot legs and a fish’s body. Unfortunately I ran out of time in this session and I didn’t get to give her a house.
Last but not least we have Shteeve. He is a platypus with chicken legs, skeleton arms, a puffer fish’s body and a cardboard box for a tail. He live in a pineapple in Lolly Land.
A big thank you to all the teachers and kids for making me feel welcome.
It’s book week again! My first set of talks for the week was at Pulteney Grammar!
As usual I did some character creation with the kids of each group. This is what they came up with.
First up we have GELMAN the dog with rockets for legs, T-Rex arms, a jelly body and a pigs tail. He lives in a rubbish bin inside of a giant mutated dogs stomach.
Next we have NOG the pig. He has robot arms, octopus legs, a chickens body and some dragon wings. He lives in a giant log in the land of mushrooms.
Last but not least we have BOB. He is a shark with an apple core for a body, human legs, sticky taped on skeleton arms and a lolly pop tail. He lives in a giant dog on Mars.
Thanks to all the kids and teachers at Pulteney Grammar for such a cool day.
Here is the link to the digital version that it a bit more readable.
I did a bunch of talks at Ceduna Area School. All the kids and the teacher were super rad and nice.
As I always do I did some drawings with the kids. Here’s what they came up with.
First up is Ginger the dog. He has frog leg arms, a pigs body and chicken legs. He lives in a giant pumpkin on Mars.
Next we have Phillip the duck who has jelly arms and the body of a T-Rex. He lives in an oven in Lolly Land. He also has horns. (I put the missing “i” in Phillip after this photo was taken)
Here we have Ronnie the worm. He has a robot suit, a nappy, banana legs and a squirrels tail. He lives in an old tin can in lolly Land as well. (maybe he’s friends with Phillip)
This is Crocness. He’s a crocodile with one chainsaw arm, a robots body and caterpillars for legs. He lives in a toilet on the moon.
Introducing Turbo the dog. He has tentacles for arms, a jetpack and a dragon’s body. He lives in a tipi under the ocean.
Last but not least we have Dan the hippo. He has T-Rex arms and an octopus body. He lives in an igloo on the moon. He is probably neighbours with Crocness.
Thanks heaps to all the friendly, amazing kids and teachers I met. Hope you all are still drawing!
I have just finished signing all the contracts for a Pilot and Huxley cartoon series to be made by Scholastic Entertainment America. I pretty excited about it. There is no set date when it will come out but as soon as I hear anything I will blog about it.
I am also working on a new graphic novel series. It’s going to be so awesome. Here is a sneak peek picture from it.
Today I did a talk at my old stomping ground, Flagstaff Hill PS.
A big thanks goes out to all the kids and teachers that made me feel really welcome.
As usual at the end of each talk the kids come up with ideas for characters and I draw them on a white board.
First up we have Steve the rabbit. He has a giant set of front teeth, a robot arm, fairy floss for ears and a bomb for a tale. Steve lives in a giant beer hive on the moon.
Next we have Bob the Giraffe. He has an afro and a bow tie. His body is zombified and he has a pigs tail. Bob lives in a snail shell inside someones ear.
And last we have Tim the dragon. Tim has tentacles for arms, an elephants trunk for a tail, cooked chicken drumsticks for legs and skeleton duck feet. Tim lives in a banana boat in the land of ice-cream.
Today I went to King’s Baptist Grammar to do some talks on graphic novels and Pilot and Huxley.
Here are the drawings that me and the kids came up with.
Here we have Fred 2000. He is a Chicken that has a snakes body and a scorpions tail. His eyes have x-ray vision. He lives in a giant bowl of feathers on the moon.
Next we have Jack the alligator. He has monkey legs and dragon wings. He lives in a beehive at the bottom of the ocean.
Last we have John the T-rex who has a frogs body. Fred is being ridden by Fred the rabbit. Both of them are going out to posh dinner. They both live in a giant bath plug in lolly land.
Thanks to all the kids at King’s Baptist Grammar for making my day so fun!!!
Today I went to Woodville Primary to do some talks. Each class had made me all sorts of awesome things!
Here we have some graphic novels
Here we have some figures from Pilot and Huxley.
Another class made portals to other worlds.
Then we all got together and created some characters.
Here we have Snake the unicorn fish that wears a jetpack. He lives in an igloo made of cheese in an old ladies suitcase.
Next we have Shaky the rabbit that loves milkshakes. He lives in a milkshake marshmallow mason hotel that resides in the world of Boom.
Next we have Mike the Pigbot. He lives in a BBQ in the world of cyberspace / computers.
And last we have Tom the pirate dragon that has octopus legs and robot arms. He lives in an old hermit crab shell in the land of cookies.
There was also another class that made some amazing circle comics but they left before I got to take pictures of them.
I would like to thank all the kids and teachers for such a rad day.
For the first of my Book Week talks, I visited Trinity College. Below are the characters that the kids and I made up.
Here we have Bob the three-headed python who lives in a fridge on another planet.
Thanks to all the kids at Trinity! I had a really cool day.