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In response to: Gregory Horror Show Miniatures

Comment from: Madeline [Visitor]  
Madeline

Do you have a complete set?
I am very interested in finding them all as I'm a huge Gregory horror Show freak, from the japanese game guides to the bloody karte series.

If you do have a complete set are you willing to sell it? I'd be more than happy to pay a reasonable price.

10th August 2014 @ 22:54

In response to: Bestest art teacher in the world ^_^

Comment from: Isaac Dogliani [Visitor]  
Isaac Dogliani

This is great finding a blog on Wadwell! he tought me for two years when i started east barnet school north london 10 years ago. He is a "Style Guru" as he puts it. great teacher, the art classes where the pace to be, always full during lunch hours and after school. people could bring in music to play and wear what they liked. he took me under his wing as he could see i had a natural talent. He started an art group with the keen students who had a bit of flair, and we began a project making world flags out of clay. He told us it was a surprise and that we were not to tell the head teacher or any others... funnily he left the school just before completion and the clay flags disappeared with him.
some of you guys are still in contact with him, i'd love to find out what happened to the flags, it would be great to hang out with him some time i'm now in a rock n roll band now, BIG LOVE WADWELL, Ike

24th December 2013 @ 14:54

In response to: Week 1 of the group project

Comment from: Haytham.S [Visitor]
Haytham.S

Where you inspired by Shadow of The Colossus back then? Looking at how the character defeated the robot boss!

18th July 2013 @ 15:38

In response to: Two Hundred and Sixty Two: We don't go to Ravenholm...

Comment from: Ryan [Visitor]
Ryan
5 stars

I like the design on this! Very nice! Maybe throw in a circular saw blade

29th November 2012 @ 18:05

In response to: Gregory Horror Show Miniatures

Comment from: Catherine [Visitor]
Catherine
5 stars

I bought mine off ebay, and luckily enough there is a guy on there at the moment selling boxes of them.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gregory-Horror-Show-Monster-Min-Expans-Packs-box-20-/300659374065?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4600b1f7f1

If you wanted to buy some :)

Since writing this post on my blog 4 years ago I don't have my spares anymore as I gave them away/sold them :)

27th April 2012 @ 21:40

In response to: Gregory Horror Show Miniatures

Comment from: GHS Fan [Visitor]  
GHS Fan

Where do you buy them from because I have never seen them before? Also, how much are they?

6th April 2012 @ 20:12

In response to: Three Hundred and Sixty Five: The end of 2011 and a look back

Comment from: Charlotte [Visitor]
Charlotte
5 stars

Awesome year, I say stick to the important stuff; Gamercast :D Who needs a one-a-day when you can post gaming news :P

6th January 2012 @ 18:29

In response to: Three Hundred and Sixty Five: The end of 2011 and a look back

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

It's alright, it's not a bad book and wasn't too expensive. It's got some really nice images in it, the paper could be slightly better quality but it's got lots of great stuff in it and some nice little notes throughout. Plus I couldn't not pick it up as that's why American McGee was doing the signing :)

1st January 2012 @ 23:56

In response to: Three Hundred and Sixty Five: The end of 2011 and a look back

Comment from: David G. Paul [Visitor]
David G. Paul
4 stars

I spy the art of Alice: Madness Returns... is it good? have been tempted but not seen many descriptive reviews

1st January 2012 @ 22:43

In response to: Three Hundred and Forty Six: Now this one's a daily tee!

Comment from: Korina [Visitor]
Korina
5 stars

Gah! I wanted one of these so badly but I can't find it anywhere that doesn't charge a stupid amount in shipping. So jealous!

23rd December 2011 @ 17:14

In response to: Three Hundred and Eighteen: Finally I have my copy of Skyrim!

Comment from: David G. Paul [Visitor]
David G. Paul
5 stars

I went with the collector's edition too - such a great game, been a big fan of the series. Great review btw

Thought I'd take a c lose-up photo of Alduin to try and show off the detail of the model: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jedi58/6337376128/in/photostream

26th November 2011 @ 21:48

In response to: Three Hundred and Twenty One: Some baking and a little BUG

Comment from: Bill [Visitor]
Bill
5 stars

Then maybe you shouldn't be living heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeere

23rd November 2011 @ 00:22

In response to: Two Hundred and Ninety Eight: New shoes!

Comment from: Korina [Visitor]
Korina
5 stars

Ah! Those shoes are awesome! *jealousy*

14th November 2011 @ 09:34

In response to: Two Hundred and Fifty Six: I need this game!

Comment from: chris [Visitor]
chris
5 stars

Hi, I have an idea for a game and it has a strong plateform I have pitched the idea to my mates and they love it, my question is would you be up to hearing about it, and if so help get it some attention. I would like some help I don't know how to get started, this will involve a really a lot of big r/c companys back it to even though its a video game.

23rd September 2011 @ 06:45

In response to: Two Hundred and Fifty Three: Lots of events on the horizon

Comment from: TrustyBadger [Visitor]  
TrustyBadger
5 stars

I only started going to cons in recent years so I wouldn't describe myself as a veteran or anything like that. Strange though it may sound, I'm not mad about Tennant either but I do collect autographs and I have every one of the "Doctors" bar Chrisopher Eccleston and Mr Tennant.

Personally like you I'd much rather meet Armin Shimmerman (particularly as the character he played in DS9 was one of my favourites) but I do already have his autograph - so what with all the big games releases we have coming up I need to economise a little! That Skyrim Collector's Edition and Assasin's Creed Animus edition won't pay for itself :o)

16th September 2011 @ 21:34

In response to: Two Hundred and Fifty Three: Lots of events on the horizon

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

Yes Kaz! We totally should, I'll be there with Charlotte too :D

Are you a regular to cons then Mr Badger? I knew it was his first one, I'm not popping along though. I don't care that much about Tennant to warrant going and I've met the lovely Mr John Hurt before :)

16th September 2011 @ 20:46

In response to: Two Hundred and Fifty Three: Lots of events on the horizon

Comment from: TrustyBadger [Visitor]  
TrustyBadger
5 stars

Can't make it to EMS this year but fortunately I had just enough ££s to pre-order David Tennant and John Hurt's autographs. The guest line-up looks really good and I'm sure everyone who manages to go will have a blast!

Note: It's David's first appearance at this sort of event - so I imagine the queue will be very long so try to get there very early!

16th September 2011 @ 12:47

In response to: Two Hundred and Fifty Three: Lots of events on the horizon

Comment from: Korina [Visitor]
Korina
5 stars

Fancy going to the AES show together this year? I usually go alone (forever alone :() and spend far too much money!

12th September 2011 @ 09:06

In response to: Two Hundred and Forty Three: A Star Wars meets Zelda t-shirt

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

I ordered it off Ript http://riptapparel.com/shirt/08/02/2011/its-dangerous-to-go-alone.

But it's a daily t-shirt so you can't get it anymore, unless the designer has put it up for sale elsewhere.

9th September 2011 @ 19:17

In response to: Two Hundred and Forty Three: A Star Wars meets Zelda t-shirt

Comment from: Nokill [Visitor]
Nokill

where did you get this tshirt D:

9th September 2011 @ 13:58

In response to: Two Hundred and Thirty Three: A finished game for LD21??

Comment from: Emmeline [Visitor]
Emmeline
4 stars

GameMaker user? Cool, I hadn't known what tools you use. I hope I can find time to get back to tinkering with GM.

3rd September 2011 @ 06:39

In response to: One Hundred and Seventy Three: Finally a PAL copy of Katamari Forever

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

Yeah, it's got an awesome cover :) From a guess I'd say the best games have low numbers in terms of sales and copies sent to shops as marketing departments don't know if it'll sell as it's not a AAA shooter, so they pump less money into it. It's nice that we had it released over here though :)

31st August 2011 @ 12:30

In response to: Two Hundred: Another new train read!

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

Hmm only Le Temple du Passé was published in English, I may have to hunt it down and give it a read :)

31st August 2011 @ 12:28

In response to: Thirty One: Looking back at Last Call

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

That's awesome! It's weird having bought it as I'd always had the demo and was used to it just ending the game after so long, but it just continues and you can keep playing it - feels alien :)

You could probably pick it up for under £5 off ebay :) If you do decide to buy it you'll have more luck searching for Happy Hour I found.

31st August 2011 @ 12:27

In response to: Thirty One: Looking back at Last Call

Comment from: Jen [Visitor]
Jen

Sorry for commenting on such an old blog post but I'd completely forgotten about this game until I read this! Must track it down on eBay sometime. :)

29th August 2011 @ 17:41

In response to: One Hundred and Seventy Six: A blank canvas

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

I still haven't actually drawn my design onto them :( I'll have to put it at the top of my to-do list :) They're waiting with the pens patiently while I decide exactly what to put on them. Was drawing out a few ideas on the train to work the other day actually :)

29th August 2011 @ 17:37

In response to: One Hundred and Seventy Six: A blank canvas

Comment from: Jen [Visitor]
Jen

What did you draw on them in the end? :)

29th August 2011 @ 12:44

In response to: One Hundred and Ninety Five: Some new games

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

Kurushi is an awesome game! I found the new Catherine game very similar in style, although slightly more difficult :)

I was amazed when I saw Triple Trouble as I had honestly never seen a copy of it before :)

18th August 2011 @ 12:46

In response to: One Hundred and Ninety Five: Some new games

Comment from: Fleur Delacour [Visitor]
Fleur Delacour

Oh. I like Kurushi. :)

I'm very intrigued by Sonic the Hedgehog Triple Trouble, I've never heard of it before.

16th August 2011 @ 15:17

In response to: Two Hundred: Another new train read!

Comment from: Fleur Delacour [Visitor]
Fleur Delacour

My favourite sf author is Stefan Wul. I don't know if his books are available outside french-speaking world. I like them very much, it is more simple than other books, and yet full of charm.

16th August 2011 @ 14:56

In response to: One Hundred and Seventy Four: RIP Peter Falk

Comment from: Dazzy Hitch [Visitor]
Dazzy Hitch
4 stars

Yes, Peter Falk will be much missed, but as you say, he's been very ill for a while now so it's not unexpected. He was great as Columbo (obviously) but I always appreciated his turn in The Princess Bride too - that mischevious twinkle of his really made him perfect for the role of the storytelling grandfather.
Great call on Mark Ruffolo - he is very Columbo-like on ocassions in Zodiac, and would make a great stand-in for any future revival. And what a film Zodiac is - probably my favourite movie of the past ten years : there's just so many layers to peel away that I don't think I'll ever get bored with it...

20th July 2011 @ 22:17

In response to: One Hundred and Seventy Three: Finally a PAL copy of Katamari Forever

Comment from: Dazzy Hitch [Visitor]
Dazzy Hitch
4 stars

Wow, that Japanese cover art is lovely. I'm a huge Katamari fan, but haven't got around to buying a PS3 yet - maybe I'll have to get one if I can track down a copy of Katamari Forever. Why is it that most of the best games have such tiny release numbers?!

20th July 2011 @ 22:03

In response to: Twenty Four: Looking back at Bubsy in Close Encounters of the Furred Kind

Comment from: Doctor Clu [Visitor]  
Doctor Clu
5 stars

There are a few fans out there for Bubsy, and if you liked the Genesis and SNES games, try the completely different game (the true third one) on the Atari Jaguar. That was the first Bubsy game I played and really liked the character for. Oh, and check out the Bubsy blog.

Nice article BTW!

14th June 2011 @ 00:18

In response to: One Hundred and Forty Four: For the love of Shenmue

Comment from: Shenmue Fan [Visitor]  
Shenmue Fan
5 stars

Nice pic! How do you participate in the one a day project? I figure I should since I've been blogging every day for the last two years. Might as well get something productive out of it aside from whining about Shenmue.

3rd June 2011 @ 13:41

In response to: One Hundred and Forty Three: Egon Schiele anyone? Warning naked lady

Comment from: Hassan [Visitor]
Hassan
5 stars

I dont know whether this is too much for your blog but her Areola is not perfectly sketched and there is a big flaw if someone notice thoroughly.

2nd June 2011 @ 16:44

In response to: One Hundred and Forty Three: Egon Schiele anyone? Warning naked lady

Comment from: Dazzy Hitch [Visitor]
Dazzy Hitch
4 stars

I like Shiele's stuff too. I've got an art book of his work which I quite often flick through, as I find his stark, angular style very striking. I'm sure I read somewhere that his main nude model was his sister, which is rather odd, to say the least...
Also, I have a feeling that comic art legend Frank Miller (Daredevil / Batman) may have been influenced by Schiele, especially on Elektra Lives Again, which has a real "Schiele-feel" about it. It's a gorgeous book, and I'd recommend buying it if you ever see a copy going cheap...

31st May 2011 @ 21:42

In response to: One Hundred and Forty Four: For the love of Shenmue

Comment from: STABBEH [Visitor]
STABBEH
5 stars

That's quite the collection.
I loved this series. One of the first Dreamcast games I played.

27th May 2011 @ 18:44

In response to: One Hundred and Forty Three: Egon Schiele anyone? Warning naked lady

Comment from: Hassan [Visitor]
Hassan
5 stars

Nobody is offended by such beautiful art. Not only he exposed female bodies in various angles but male also. * BTW I love that sort of paintings.

27th May 2011 @ 06:58

In response to: One Hundred and Forty Two: A Farewell to Plato

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

I'm not allowed large animals in my flat, so millipedes are the only pet I can have, and I enjoy having them.

27th May 2011 @ 06:30

In response to: One Hundred and Forty One: A trip to the local

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

I like older games Hassan I don't just play current generation ones :)

27th May 2011 @ 06:29

In response to: One Hundred and Forty Four: For the love of Shenmue

Comment from: Hassan [Visitor]
Hassan
5 stars

Nice collection.

27th May 2011 @ 06:17

In response to: One Hundred and Forty Two: A Farewell to Plato

Comment from: Hassan [Visitor]
Hassan
4 stars

Replace those millipede with cat or dog. These are not faithful creature.

27th May 2011 @ 06:06

In response to: One Hundred and Forty One: A trip to the local

Comment from: Hassan [Visitor]
Hassan
4 stars

PS2 is outdated. Period.

27th May 2011 @ 06:03

In response to: One Hundred and Thirty Nine: Another new t-shirt

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

I'm not selling any of my games Hassan.

25th May 2011 @ 10:30

In response to: One Hundred and Forty: About time it happened!

Comment from: Hassan [Visitor]
Hassan

I completely agree with you!. But unfortunately my city suck at cleanliness.

24th May 2011 @ 15:23

In response to: One Hundred and Thirty Nine: Another new t-shirt

Comment from: Hassan [Visitor]
Hassan

Which is most legit way to send money to UK? I want to buy some game keys from you!>

23rd May 2011 @ 09:45

In response to: One Hundred and Thirty One: A new addition to the Shenmue line

Comment from: Spontanbesorger [Visitor]
Spontanbesorger

I'm looking forward to it :) Don't forget to add me on XBox Live ;)

13th May 2011 @ 10:56

In response to: One Hundred and Thirty One: A new addition to the Shenmue line

Comment from: [Member]
Catherine

I'll see what I can do about getting you a picture! :) Perhaps I'll make it an entry on my blog :)

13th May 2011 @ 08:20

In response to: One Hundred and Thirty One: A new addition to the Shenmue line

Comment from: Spontanbesorger [Visitor]  
Spontanbesorger
4 stars

As a big fan of the best game EVER I looked for Shenmue in twitter and found your blog :) I just added you to my list of "Shenmue fans worldwide" (http://spontanbesorger.de/shenmue-3-fans/). It's a German blog but with Google translations it's not a big problem to understand the content ;)

Do you have a list and/or pictures of your Shenmue Collection? I'd love to link to them or put them online :)

13th May 2011 @ 07:42

In response to: One Hundred and Thirty: Get Ready for the Duke!

Comment from: Hassan [Visitor]
Hassan
5 stars

Yay, that dude has nice muscles.

12th May 2011 @ 20:48