I've been writing a bunch of short comedy sketches with the help of director Chris Head at The Comedy Crowd.Here are a few of them: Danny Dwyer does Grand Designs(2) Grand Designs Apocolypse Grand Designs-Screw the Locals Cardio Street Funk Creative Accountancy...
Battle for the Soul of America! Work-in-progress for a cutaway illustration for the Marvel Fact Files by Eaglemoss.
http://stokecontrent.co.uk/marvel-comics-ironman-artist-kev-hopgood-joins-stoke-con-trent-6/ My first convention appearance of the year is going to be at the aptly named Stoke Con Trent show on April 9th. If you're in the area come and say hi.
http://herocollector.com/en-gb/Article/the-creators-kev-hopgood Those nice people at Eaglemoss have just posted an interview I did about my work on the Marvel Fact Files.
Convention sketch I did a while back of Judge Anderson.
Promo image for "Vinegar Hill" a screenplay I've written that's currently doing the rounds. Logline: A cohort of young men, exiled from Ireland after the rebellion of 1798, join Napoleon's Irish Legion and fight their way across the battlefields of...
An illustration I did for an English text book published by Oxford University Press.
Pencil artwork for the opening page of an X-Men story I drew for Panini.
I was experimenting with a slightly rougher style for this artwork sample for Oxford University Press. It’s for an illustrated version of “Twelve Years a Slave”.
Cover for a “reluctant readers” comic book I did for Badger Publishing. Script by Terrific Tommy Donbavand.
Pencil page from a GI Joe strip I drew for Panini. Snakeyes was one of the first characters I drew for Marvel UK in their Action Force comic, so I was pleased to get the chance to draw him again. Script by Fabulous Ferg Handley.
Splash panel for a Spiderman story I did for Eaglemoss. Spidey meets Man-Thing down in the Florida Everglades. And why not. Script by Gregarious Glenn Dakin.
I was asked to do this try-out for an Angry Birds book by my agent. I didn’t get the gig, but still rather like this two panel gag.
Cover for the third in a trilogy of books by my old studio pal Chris Trengove. You can find out more about Chris here: http://www.christrengove.com