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  1. Some top drawer work in here, as always. <3 I've started dabbling in screen printing. Have built a nice little printing room in my house. It's pretty cool, but smells a bit like a meth lab. These were the first things I made there. Solvent ink on high-quality vinyl. T-shirts are next!
  2. Come and have a go if you think you're hard enough - Posca and acrylic ink on cardboard The Phantom - Posca and ink on black paper Where's the pizza? - Acrylic ink on paper
  3. Really awesome shows. Caught them in KOKO and Manchester Academy 2 on the 11th. El played a cruel trick on the crowd in Manc, announcing Zack de la Rocha before chuckling to himself as all went quiet. Managed to get backstage @ Manchester to hand over some of my artwork.
  4. Couple of shots of my 'Mumm-ra the ever-running' giclee print. Quite happy with how they look (I've never had prints made before) Couple of shots of the drawing I did tonight. May add some colour digitally, but I think I'll prefer it as is.
  5. Something I did last weekend
  6. Not logged on to post here for aaages... Pic I did last weekend for a bit of fun. Had a message from El-p asking for a copy not long after I uploaded, which was pretty cool. First thing I've done in a while too. Time to get back on the ol' horse.
  7. New art for 2014 Opportunity to win the above #5 'R.I.P' piece via my facebook page www.facebook.com/godsteethillustration The rest plus a few more are available on my shop
  8. Massively disappointed by this after hearing reviews and impressions. Soundtrack was nice, and that's one cheap halloween costume sorted for future parties, but everything else was just crushingly dull.
  9. My dad used to play it to me when he'd visit. No he wasn't, by the way. It was this and some Fleetwood Mac song my mum used to play on repeat. I can't stand Fleetwood Mac because of it.
  10. sorting through my old vinyl collection and I came across these forgotten beauts
  11. I also gave this a shot today, but I appear to have no luck with it buffering. My internet speed is generally fine, and I have no problems with the service using my PS3. I'll have a fiddle about with the laptop, see if I can fix it. I used to use the DNS trick on a PS3, but the the console I have now is a wired 20gb model, so that trick is out. When it works I'll begin with Super. How much is unblock out of curiosity?
  12. Bought some acrylic inks to play around with. Whilst I'm here actually, does anyone have any experience with creating prints of your work on an inkjet printer at home? I'd like to make affordable prints so I'm toying with the idea, but trying to figure out all my options before throwing down money.
  13. Just caught this. I really enjoyed it. Visceral and uncompromising. I feel a lot of the biting reviews are being pretty unfair about characters and script Defo got some Lynch vibes from it too. And it's worth repeating - the soundtrack is perfect. Will be catching this again when it hits my local indie next month.
  14. Caught this t'other night and was completely smitten with it, having gone in cautiously. The trailer does not do it justice, but then I'm glad all the gags were fresh. Should've had more faith in Alan.
  15. I find it extremely difficult to pick favourites for movies. I'd like to think that Once Upon a Time in the West, Miller's Crossing, The Return of the Living Dead and Escape from New York are all in the top slot somewhere. Haven't see Leon for a while, must give it a rewatch sometime.
  16. Absolutely aching for the next 7 mondays now. So good it hurts.
  17. Pulp Fiction is a very very good film. I won't back up as to why, as it's mostly been covered by people above. But I must say, Heat is fucking awesome.


    Recently started playing some video games of late, having taken a long break from them. Unintentionally I'll add, but I won't deny I was feeling a little jaded with gaming when I geared down on the hobby. So more recently, I picked up Hotline Miami on my PS3 (story for another thread) and purely off the back of all the fun I was having with that, I thought I'd have a dig through this here folder to see what I've been missing. I'll admit not getting on with Flower at this point. However, off the back of some praise on here, I took a leap of faith and bought this for the just short of 5 pounds. That's cheaper than a pack of my favourite smokes. Cheaper than the Subway meal I ate today. And of course, cheaper than the copy of The Last of Us that has been sitting near the base of my television, gathering dust. So anyway, I bought this in the eary hours of Saturday morning. Once downloaded I retired to bed. When I woke I fired it up for a quick peek as the missus was occupying herself in the next room. I sat there, just totally engrossed in this world, and before I knew it, I had finished. I can't fully explain what was so good about this exprience, but my god was it wonderful. Incredibly poignant. I forgot games could do this. Not had time to read the full thread yet, but what a beautiful little game this is. Can't wait to relive this Journey.
  19. Just finished this after a short break away from it. I immediately jumped straight back in to locate all the puzzle pieces/masks missed, but having played the thing for 5 hours without eating I thought it best to retire. Absolutely adored the final levels - the music on 'Assault' is incredible. Took me a while to suss it out. The whole Best game I've played for years.
  20. The magic man/bird trick had me in tears.
  21. Start with drill

  22. It's insane to think it's been nearly a decade since 2. My games consumption has ramped down massively over the last few years, but I like to keep an eye out for the little things that grab my attention. This grabs right at my brain. Looks gorgeous and makes me feel all exciteable. Alas, I have no WiiU and more annoyingly no money. I'm in for the waiting gamer on this one, be nice to hear impressions.
  23. There's something really satisfying about the drill. Reached the hospital in the early hours of the morning before I called it quits. No real beef with the stealth, it's just my head was buzzing and I'd fallen into some kind of murderous trance. The soundtrack is really cleverly selected, it gets right under the skin.
  24. This game is like crack! Absolutely the best thing I've played in years, it's just so simple and satisfying.
  25. That Walter mask Cranston is wearing in that comiccon panel...
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