And so it lives...
Sat, 08 Apr 2017
My dreadnought project is finally finished. The model is 100 times bigger than the games workshop figure standing at 4.5 metres stall and weighing in around 6 tonnes. It has 6000 watts of audio power and blasts out cool Warhammer 40k rhetoric. It will be on display in all its glory at the Birmingham Comics Festival at Edgbaston Cricket Ground on the 29th of April. This is likely to be its only outing this year.
I will also have my book stand at the show and as I won't be doing MCM events this is my only time up in the Birmingham direction. please come and say hello :) The work on the dreadnought has been all encompassing this year as I have raced to get it ready. It does mean that my writing projects have taken a back seat to some degree. That will change now and I can continue with the final instalment of Ruin. I have been working on a new character and world - Aura - but this will initially only be available in comic form. The Artwork is absolutely stunning as you would expect from Prabath. The first comic in the three-part series will be available from the end of this month.
In other news my work is being looked at by a film production company and hopefully it will be soon be presented to Netflix and Amazon. Who knows!