Category Archives: transmedia
During our crowdfunding campaign, we offered patrons a chance to become part of this 5-year story, by sketching them into the narrative. We hoped many would use their appearance to kick off their own stories, worlds, and much more… And some have! This week, we’ll give you a couple of snippets from Breakaway, our next [...]
We are proud to announce the launch of the Make Believe Festival – a weekend-long event where Clockwork Watch meets the Goblin King’s Masquerade Ball. This is the ultimate hybrid festival, where we invite all to abandon the modern world, and step into the realm of Make Believe… Save the Date: 3rd – 5th May [...]
Clockwork Watch: Breakaway, the next graphic novel in this project, will include the fictional story based on the real-life history of a Victorian brand. If tweeting about Clockwork Watch, kindly use the hashtag #UniverseOfStories.
Step offline and breathe life into your online character at Clockwork Underworld, our next live event on 3rd May 2013 in London. More details very soon.
It has been years since the onset of the Dark Winter, and Victorian society is finally getting to grips with living in smoke. A lifetime of burning fuels to power the big mechanical machines, coupled with diverse weather conditions created a deadly pea-souper that plunged the world into darkness. Time has moved on…
Clockwork Watch is featured in Simon Staffans‘ article “One Year In Now Media” – an in depth look at the transmedia industry. It is a great summary of where this emerging genre is, and where many of us hope to drive it. Clockwork Watch creator Yomi Ayeni contributed a section on the development of this [...]
“this project is definitely one to watch and, more importantly, get involved in.” – Geeks Unleashed! It’s always great to have a good review, but sometimes it goes much further than a few column inches. While Clockwork Watch is a Steampunk story, it’s more about engaging participants in co-creation and storytelling. Thanks to the guys [...]
SciFi Pulse caught up with the Clockwork Watch team at Thought Bubble Comic Con in Leeds. Here are Jennie and Corey giving the lowdown on the project.
Monsters and Critics catches up with Clockwork Watch Creator Yomi Ayeni att he Thought Bubble Comic-Con in Leeds… Thanks to Ian Cullen for taking the time and having the interest in our project.
Congratulations to Haley Moore for nailing the crowdfunding of her project “Laser Lace letters“. We would like to thank all our patrons for the continued support – together we are making history! Huzzah!!!