Tag Archives: Steampunk
We had a great time at Thought Bubble 2013, in Leeds. Corey, Jennie, and Yomi were there to launch Tick Tock IPA, the third book in our Clockwork Watch story. It was great to catch up with the friends, supporters, fellows, creators, publishers, and distributors! A big Yayy! to the guys over at The Beat! […]
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 […]
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…
“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 […]
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.
Another rare treat! Professor Elemental’s Rap Tutorial at our Tomorrow’s World… Today! event in May 2012.
Here’s the ink and colour of something that you will see included on the cover for Breakaway:
You might notice a massive 6 page feature in there with nothing but Clockwork Watch goodness! I was completely blown away when I got my hands on the magazine this morning! A big thank you to Bizarre for believing in us and in the wonderful world of Steampunk. Huzzah!
Janav’s all grown up now. First concepts of the Clockwork Watch uniform. First sketches of possible hairdue for Janav. Trying out his grown up face…
“Janav’s mother, in particular, is more “liberated” than an Indian woman would have been in the historical Raj, but in just a few words and gestures, she shows us how she must still keep her strength hidden in a man’s world.” Read Full Review