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July 30, 2006, 3:28 pm

Well I came back nice and refreshed after a great week away. I see Alan didn't crash our website or anything.

Alan is keeping busy even the his 2 kids are now off school on the summer break. Here are a couple of shots showing you what he has been working on.

First off, here is a sketch of Marv from Sin City.

and here is a lovely pencil sketch of his daughter Harley Quinn which is a commission for a dance school.

We were out drinking the other night and came up with some ideas of things we will be looking at in the future. One of them, a Refer a friend scheme was an idea that we are really keen to try and take forward just as soon as we can work out how to incorporate it into the shop part of our site. I'll keep you posted when we've got it figured out.
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July 17, 2006, 7:42 pm

Grrrrr Alan here. This is my second attempt after accidently deleting my first go. Anyway Jason is on holiday so I've been left with the simple task of updating the blog. It would be simple of course, if I could upload some pictures or have some fantastic interesting news to impart. As I can't upload images at present I will impart some not so interesting news instead.

At the moment I am preping the Clockwork Orange and a '68 Mustang commission for painting and will upload some pictures once painting is underway.

Postal charges are due to rise in August. We are hoping (if we could only find out accurately what the new charges will be for us) not to increase our postal costs.

I think we only have a couple of General Lees left before they are gone forever.

Now what film car painting should I do next..... Bullitts Mustang, Kowalskis Challenger or perhaps Boppers MFP ????
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July 12, 2006, 9:34 am

The latest additions to the 2006 Collection have been added to the online shop. They are Aeon Flux (phwooaaarrr), Frodo (actually looking a bit hard rather than a troubled little Hobbit with the fate of Middle Earth on his shoulders!) and Reservoir Dogs (Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right).

Also, I will be going on a lovely holiday on Friday which will mean that i will be handing over control of the blogging to Alan. I know that you'll probably miss the informative and somewhat funny missives that I write on here, but do not worry, I will only be gone for a week.
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July 07, 2006, 12:10 pm


The winner of the third competition was The Clockwork Orange with 47% of the 5790 votes cast.

Congratulations then go to David King and also some thanks must surely go to the members of the forums who have been mobilised into voting for this image.

Commiserations go to LoganAlpha who got pipped to the post, but as voting was so close, when we do paint this image you will also receive the first of the limited edition prints of this painting.

Thankyou to everyone who voted.

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I mentioned a few days back that voting for the competition will be closing today. This is just a gentle reminder to tell you that I will be closing voting from 12.00 Noon GMT.

Currently as of 9.05am GMT we have had 5593 Votes and Clockwork Orange and Godfather are neck and neck with 45% of the votes each, with the nearest rival being Apocalypse Now with only 2% of the votes.

To play a part in deciding which image Alan paints next then I suggest you GET VOTING
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July 03, 2006, 9:33 pm

Back from a tiring weekend in London. Disappointment at the England result in the World Cup.

We had some fun on Friday night trying to hustle people at pool and going to bed absolutely s*** faced at about 1.00am on Saturday morning knowing fulwell that we would have to be up at 6.00 to set up our stand. Saturday was indeed a long day.

Thought I'd show you a couple of snaps that we took. First one is the stand (with Alan)

Closely followed up with the signings that Alan had done. Elijah Wood took a 2 minute break from his conveyor belt style of signing to sign Alans sketch of The Guy from SpyKids 3D for his daughter Harley Quinn and also to sign our new Frodo print (now available in the shop.

and here also is the Luke and Leia print signed by Carrie Fisher (who, lets face it starred in Star Wars 30 years ago!!! You know what I'm saying!!!)

Thanks to everyone who came along to see us and we'll see some more more of you at the next show in Manchester.
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