|What the heck I was doing: I originally imagined The Lady being made of smoke. Or something.|
Abandoning that idea, I arrived at the painfully obvious solution of "normal colours."
Friday, 21 September 2012
I don't always get it right the first time... But if it all goes towards a nifty looking collage in the end, it feels slightly less like wasted time. Plus if you click to zoom in, it doubles as a free game of Spot-the-Difference (they're there, I swear)! And if that's not worth it, I don't know what is.
Posted by JC at 6:07 pm
Ladies & Gentlemen Issue 2 is filled with more horrible hybrids than ever before, including this beautiful beasty. She's a were-hyena with attitude, a fitting foe for our feisty female to fight. Take a sneak-peek here!
Monday, 17 September 2012
Well folks, as the impending release of Issue 2 draws nigh, team Water Closet thought we'd unveil the new cover design (excited squeal). It's uncropped and all that, but I'm sure your imaginations are more than capable of removing a few millimetres from the edges. Anyways, Ta Da!
Posted by JC at 1:00 am
Friday, 7 September 2012
Hey chaps, just a quick update. after fiddling about with the blog it's now easier than ever to find all of the post with comic strips on. Simply click on the label at the bottom of this post labelled #Comic Strip. That should collate all our single page stories and non-Ladies and Gentlemen material. If it's just The Gentry you're after, simply click the #Ladies and Gentle label. Simples.
Tuesday, 4 September 2012
Hey there guys, whilst the wait for issue two is coming to a close ( release date October 7th) and there are a few Ladies and Gentlemen short stories on there way we found this in the dusty vaults of the Water Closet, a small story written by Rik for a now defunct project called Eden Through the Barbwire. The Brief was that the story itself could be about anything so long as it related to the title of the project. Alas the project fell through, but The WCP can now proudly present to you "The Big Push" one of the first stories ever written by Rik featuring the artwork of the brilliant Mr Harold Cupec (which you can see in a hugely blown up size by clicking and zooming on each image) whose work can be seen here. so without further adieu, enjoy.
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