Alex does the dark Byronic thing (2002).
Cast picture. With Stanley, who never got to appear (2003).
The earliest surviving drawing of Sybil (2001)...
...meets post-Bohemials Sybil (2003).
This now seems a bit harsh, but her point stands (2002).
Ruth at work in e-pastels (2003).
They were getting very small at the time (2003).
Some toilets. (Just to test a technique.) (2003)
The women on an a winter morning (2003).
Moody vector Alex in various flavours.
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Design B: 800x600 1024x768 1280x960
Produced while I was deciding what changes to make to the Bohemials style: nicely atmospheric, but took an age to ink. I forget what the punchline was going to be, or in fact if there was one.
Astonishing cop-out strip
I vacillated until the very last minute about how to resolve Sybil and Alex's troubles, to the extent of drawing a happy ending. This might have run after their phone argument, but (thankfully for the credibility of the plot, unhappily for them) I decided it was too cheap a trick to pull on my readers.
Some gorgeous pieces of art drawn from the goodness of the artists' hearts. My thanks to them. (Copyright in the pieces below belongs, of course, to their creators.)
The creator's mind by Patrick Cheng
Bohemians like us by Mark Freid
Ice cold in Alex by Adam 'LAG' Hodgson
Faire des courses by Jason Holmgren
Sybil nouveau by Gloria Pike
Sofa comforts by Smithers
The cold by Talbon
Around June 2002, I asked my readers for something to fill the gap between Albion Fuzz's second and third seasons; and they responded.
Any questions? by Scott Elyard
Wild inaccuracy by Jason Glaser
Love interests by Cedric Henry
Loan applications by Brian Lenth
(!) by M. Mitchell Marmel
And not the last by Kevin Pease
Miltonic pastoral by Gloria Pike
Odder still by Tailsteak
The eyes have it by Tim Tylor
And then there was poetry.
A tribute by Level Head
Untitled by Dylar Sarces
Lastly, but far from leastly... animation!
A new conquest (Flash required) by Alan Foreman
(A note of contrition: I write this in February 2006, approximately two years after the rest of the archive. Which makes it two years for which this wonderful thing has been completely inaccessible. Shameful. I'm sorry, Alan. Everyone else: enjoy.)
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