Hobby Crafting with Tick Tock IPA

Two years ago, we sent an unbound copy of Tick Tock IPA to the First Kendal Cubs, for their Hobby Craft Activity badge. I am pleased to say they were all inspired to create their own comics, and all got their badges!

The Cubs sent a delegation to meet us at the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, and we were humbled by their present.


Breakaway Preview – FREE DOWNLOAD!

We are eight months into a 5-year long story and Clockwork Watch is attracting a lot of interest from around the world. Thank you so much for helping to start the process, your support is the reason we’ve been able to carry on with the adventure.

We understand that Clockwork Watch is a content heavy experience, and with so many people contributing to the narrative, things can often be overlooked or overshadowed. With this in mind we have produced the Clockwork Watch: Breakaway Preview 2013, a limited edition review of the story so far, which includes photographs from the Tomorrow’s World… Today! event. The book also acts as a preview to our next graphic novel, Breakaway.

There are only 50 copies available, initially we are offering the actual books to people that came to the Tomorrow’s World… Today event, and are featured in the photographs within it; however, the remaining copies are up for grabs!

Download a digital version of the book for free.

Breakaway Preview


Part two of Clockwork Watch starts very soon, but in which country???

Thank you!!!!

Clockwork Watch Team

Are You Ready? Camera, Lights, Action!!!

Many parts of the Clockwork Watch story will be played out in the real world, as part of an immersive live-event ethos. We believe this approach encourages ‘play’ and opens the narrative to participants who want to become involved in our storyworld.

The objective is for people to share their personal experiences, in other words tell our story. Each contribution has the potential to shape the narrative, by making creative adjustments to the project.

Our second foray into this territory comes in the form of  “industrial action‘ or a strike, called by the Union for the Casual Labourer – a group representing people working on the Clockwork Project at the Department for the Advancement of Sciences. Many workers believe jobs will be at risk if the automatons they’re developing become active.

The Casual Labourer Strike is a ‘working class’ day of action, where anyone following this story can participate by going on strike. We would like everyone interested in storytelling, Steampunk, Victoriana or just role-playing to join us on July 14th 2012. You do not have to be a trade unionist to strike, in fact we hope people choose other factions, even oppose the day of action.

Create a placard stating your grievance, don your working class finery, take a photograph or video, write a story and share it on your social stream – Twitter, Facebook, blog or send it to us at (informer – @ – clockworkwatch-dot- com).

The strike is a major development in the Clockwork Watch story, and we need your help in making it happen. We hope to rally a global show of strength, some of us will picket the Advancement of Sciences Roadshow on July 14th / 15th, but kindly join us in spirit, where ever you are!

Kindly post details of your intent on our Facebook Event page, and you can follow the story live on our tweeter stream @ClockworkWatch. Read all about it in our online paper The London Gazette.

Don’t forget this is all about PLAY, and we hope you enjoy the experience.

Brothers, Sisters, drop your tools, we’re going on strike – OUT!

Casual Labourere Strike

Casual Labourere Strike

First review of Clockwork Watch: “The Arrival” via Geek Syndicate


We’re happy to announce the first review of Clockwork Watch: The Arrival, by our friends at Geek Syndicate.

“Jennie’s art is classical in nature, elegant in execution and she shows a fabulous eye for colours and how to use them to add depth and emotion to every panel she draws. The other nice touch was the use of real locations including Crystal Palace and some small history lessons thrown in as well. I am new to the whole steampunk culture but really liked this story and I would recommend it to anyone looking to test the waters with the whole genre.”

It’s always humbling to read stuff like this, especially our first issue.

Thank you!!!