Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Shake, Rattle & Roll

Busy busy day working on project pitches/development, including sorting out a new pitch document for the BITENECK BEATNIKS. All looking very nice but need to make sure it starts getting seen by folk such as broadcasters. If anyone would like to see the proposal, do drop me a line and I'll whizz it over. Am still on the lookout for a wealthy lunatic to come on board and fund the thing. Best go and look on

Two other projects, DINOSAURS AFTER DARK and another (unnamed) had to be prepared and sent off to Red Vision. We have a broadcaster to present them to very shortly but obviously the presentation needs to be right. Which I hope it is. I hope.

Also have a couple of other projects rolling towards pitch stage, specifically with two lovely monkeymen in Newcastle who have been known to post on here. Artwork is all there but I'm looking to get a new script approach cracked with the help of Andrews Mitchell and Smith. Can't wait to see what they've done, as the project is a really rather painfully funny one. As soon as we move onwards it'll start to get mentioned in the blog.

The picture above is Shake, Rattle & Roll. These villains are a trio of bank robbing skiffle skeletons, voiced in hapless Scouse accents a la the Beatles. I'm currently working on three seperate canvases, individually called Shake, Rattle and Roll, that go concurrently Blue, Green and Red. They should be available for sale as a triptych when complete.

Bada Bling!


Andrew Glazebrook said...

Tell the truth,you didn't study anatomy did you ? :)

Cassie said...

Talking of getting seen, the gruffalo has a web site have you seen it? Brother is in Shreveport, the gambling capital of Louisiana. Have you been to the childrens book place in Newcastle? Seven Stories?

Jo Bling said...

Glazy, I raise my three fingered hand. No, I didnt study anatomy! ;-D

Cassie, I have indeed been to Seven Stories- I was invited along as the guest speaker for a Sponsors Club dinner and very grand I thought it was too. I've heard little else about the place, but was slightly dissappointed that they never had any of my books in their shop!! My agent was one of the patrons of it.

Not heard of Shreveport but shall enquire- we go out mid-April for a week.

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