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  • Kris Carter
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    You know, apart from the theme song, I’ve never seen Bucky O’Hare. But I know his ship is called the Righteous Indignation, so you may have a point… my mate Dan created all the characters and names and such, so I daresay that influence is in there somewhere!

    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Cheers Ian! You can chuck in a few fake lols as well if you like, I won’t mind. :)

    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Si, that was quite neat, I commented on DevArt.. very Viz-like in the art style!

    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Glad you enjoyed it!

    in reply to: To ganymede and Titan!! #111675
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    What are you, the Memory Man?

    in reply to: Author loses the smegging plot, BIG TIME!! #111640
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    That was delicious.

    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I’ve heard of that fella. What a hack!

    in reply to: Model Shots #111476
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Yeah, it’d be awesome to some of that stuff in HD. It’s probably a cost issue, and I wonder if they still the original negs?

    in reply to: Red Dwarf – Songs In The Key Of Files #111429
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Sweet. This strip (and the other one wot I did sans Mr Paddon) totally got mentioned in today’s official RD site update. I’m a happy camper!

    Now, how can I convert kudos into hard currency?

    in reply to: Paul Montague #111349
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    RIP Mr Montague. I did a set design project on his work once…

    Probably disrespectful to make a joke about gray, but god it’s tempting.

    in reply to: New Dwarf DVDs #111333
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    My first vinyl was something from the ET soundtrack. Why? God only knows.

    in reply to: New Dwarf DVDs #111320
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    First CD… Bat Out Of Hell II.

    What?!

    in reply to: New Dwarf DVDs #111296
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    My first DVD was Monty Python and The Holy Grail. Not bad for a first punt I figured…

    in reply to: New Dwarf DVDs #111208
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    If only we had say, the executive producer of the DVDs around at some, I dunno, forum, to comment on this… :)

    Ahem.

    Where’s the Ellard signal?

    in reply to: Things found through Red Dwarf Google Alerts… #111163
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Nice. The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe is also listed…

    in reply to: Decision tomorrow? #111103
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    The greatest of these is hop…

    in reply to: Awight Dudes #111034
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    We could try and decimalise music….

    In geeky sci-fi sorta news, I’m off to see Tron Legacy on Dec 2nd. I’m a huge fan of the first film, and I’m really hoping I don’t get Phantom Menace’d by the sequel.

    I was toying with the idea of trying to write a Red Dwarf article for this place…. but then realised I have bog all to say. Well, I have an idea… but it needs lots of work and urgh, research…

    Also had a pretty good idea for UnlimitedRicePudding as well, but that involves more of the above.

    in reply to: Late Late Show Dr Who #110993
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Yeah Ben. Cuh. You’d think you were a writer or something.

    in reply to: Mr Flibble is VERY cross #110860
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    That’s right! And the escape pod from Alien is in there too, right?

    in reply to: Mr Flibble is VERY cross #110856
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    That ship T-shirt isn’t the Dwarf at all, it’s just a red silhouette of the shuttle from Space: 1999 (I think it’s called the Eagle? Can’t remember, can’t be fucked Googling…)

    in reply to: Mr Flibble is VERY cross #110854
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    The world always needs more Space:1999 merchandise.

    If they ever remake that show, they’ll have to change the title, surely…

    in reply to: Sonic 2 fan remake in the style of Sonic 4 #110808
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    That is awesome, fair play.

    in reply to: Doug directing bbc3 pilot #110681
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I’d prefer chicken.

    in reply to: This is going to be the best film of 2010 #110496
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Saw Pilgrim last night – it was absolutely amazing. Up there with Inception and Toy Story 3 as my faves of the year so far, no question. Ed Wright – can you do no wrong?!

    in reply to: IT Crowd Series 4 #110177
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Best ep of the series so far!

    in reply to: RD themed spam #109909
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    You mean I just got scammed out of 2 grand? Dammit.

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes Series 3 #109799
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    That was stunning – totally satisfied! Wonderful ending!

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes Series 3 #109798
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    That was stunning – totally satisfied!

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Lego! #109752
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Two of my favourite things – combined! Those are really well done. The back booster of the Dwarf may be a wee bit longer than it should, but it’s so well put together, you can’t complain about it!

    I imagine Starbug will be a bitch to pull off well in Lego.

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes Series 3 #109719
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Two eps to go…. gah, this series is frying my mind and yet I don’t want it to end!

    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Er… all of the above?

    I really enjoyed that ep. Good fun!

    in reply to: Red Dwarf – Songs In The Key Of Files #109714
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Ori – Hell yeah. Mention away!

    in reply to: New RD Fan Comic Preview #109696
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Okay, full comic now posted in this thread.

    in reply to: New RD Fan Comic Preview #109682
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    It’s not finished….

    … it’s finished.

    Just waiting for Ben to look over it, and then I’ll post it. Phew!

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes Series 3 #109646
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I know, I love it, this series is kicking my arse on a weekly basis!

    in reply to: New RD Fan Comic Preview #109645
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    We can change that line Ben, make it better, stronger. We have the technology. Nu-nu-nu-nu-nu-nu-nu-nuh……

    in reply to: Ashes to Ashes Series 3 #109348
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Watching it, loving it. Wakey wakey Drakey…

    in reply to: Spoilers! Doctor Who – New Series. New Thread #109217
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    That was GREAT! Apart from the theme tune! Which needed to be faster. But everything else was great!

    And Amy Pond all grown up, in a policewoman’s outfit.. I would wreck that.

    in reply to: Smeg Up gone missing from download section #109172
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I will say, that TFWiki is phenomenal. I waste a helluva lot on it… it’s just fun to read!

    Also, I’m biased, cos I’ve got an entry about me on it. But it’s very boring. But the rest of that wiki is great. :)

    in reply to: Final, definitive proof that Americans are rubbish… #109066
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Eeeee…… although I did like the ‘safety’ bit.

    in reply to: Who premiere #108922
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I’ll be in Wales, wishing I was Ben Paddon.

    in reply to: FOAMY NORMS. #108816
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Beuller?

    in reply to: 22 today, and all that… #108800
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    First broadcast episode I saw was Backwards. The show had me at the scroller.

    in reply to: We’d better do a LOST thread, then… #108612
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Oh my god! I can’t believe they were on Barry Island all along!

    in reply to: Sex, Drugs and Rock n’ Chips #108456
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Oh! And the return of Gary Sparrow (in looks at least!)

    in reply to: Sex, Drugs and Rock n’ Chips #108455
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I liked it, although it was not needed at all. As said above, the story had already been laid bare with no surprise or dramtic interest because of Only Fools… so many years ago, but there was still fun to be had with the performances of younger actors as established characters. The young Del Boy, although visually very different from his elder incarnation, was very believable. Phil Daniels as Grandad was spot on, absolutely spot on. And the various continuity nods and references were handled well. It wasn’t laugh out loud funny, but had some neat gags (the carpet, the false names, death by coffee etc). Wasn’t as touching as older Only Fools stuff, but I did get a fairly strong and surprising twinge of sadness when Grandad ribs Reg about only owning one nice suit, and Reg says it’s Grandads funeral… which we know he’ll never attend.

    in reply to: How can Red Dwarf help you in your career? #108427
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Yeah, Argumental is showing on the BBC now…

    in reply to: Doctor Who – End of Time Broadcast Discussion #107997
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    So what is it?

    in reply to: Spoilers! Doctor Who – New Series. New Thread #107976
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Epic – I love stuff like that!

    in reply to: Doctor Who – End of Time Broadcast Discussion #107529
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    The more I think about it, the more I didn’t like that. Surely the Doctor’s had the best ‘companion send off’ already in Journey’s End… why the need to faff about with the ending for fifteen minutes, going around the old companians, again? Robs the regeneration of any urgency…. Oh well. At least the Master got a powerful, meaningful send-off (I’m not going to say death cos come on… who thinks he’s dead? Really?), and Matt Smith looks very promising, and the new series trailer looks great!

    in reply to: had some good news #107462
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    How about Achk-ackakackh-achk-ackackackackh?

    But avoid 2X4B. It’s such a jerky middle name.

    in reply to: Doctor Who – End of Time Broadcast Discussion #107401
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I don’t regret watching that clip – but then again, I’m an utter and total spoiler junkie.

    in reply to: Have a good one! #107239
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Happy Birthday!

    in reply to: BtE Wins “Biggest Disappointment” Award #107191
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I agree BTE was a disappointment, to me at least. I tried NOT to be pumped for it, but gaahhhh…. But like all good Red Dwarf fans, I’ve ratcheted down my expectations over time for what it actually was , and I can accept it now as a solid bit of Dwarf history, better than VIII, probably on a par with VII, and not holding up terribly well compared to the earlier series…

    in reply to: What the smeg is this?! – RedDwarfNetwork.co.uk #107148
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    You got stiffed on the shipping dude. Serious.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Animated Xmas Special – “Mistletoe & Whine” #107116
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Yeah, the gap at the beginning was very long – if you felt that you needed a pause that long bereft of dialogue, you could’ve used some animation there to give the eye something to focus on before the dialogue starts (and to stop people thinking the video had, well, stopped…). Something like Lister sipping his largnog, dabbing his eyes with his t-shirt, while Rimmer just looks more and more incredulous. Just something small.

    I’m glad I stick with it though.

    in reply to: What the smeg is this?! – RedDwarfNetwork.co.uk #107113
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Got mine in a car boot sale, 50p. Bargain!

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Animated Xmas Special – “Mistletoe & Whine” #107045
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Yeah, largnog was a great gag – and the whole “their enthusiasm for the sex… it was infectious.” “The sex?” “No, the enthusiasm!” I liked that. :)

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Animated Xmas Special – “Mistletoe & Whine” #107105
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I enjoyed that, it was pretty good! Some good character bits, and some good gags, it worked well. The animation is minimal, but given the timeframe it was produced in, that’s fine. Pete’s voice acting for Lister is more motive, which si is good, and the Ben’s Rimmer usually hits the mark (although sometimes it’s a spot on David Mitchell instead of Arnold Rimmer!). Personally, I’d have shortened it a little, but it doesn’t overstay it’s welcome.

    Nice work guys!

    in reply to: Moon #106851
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    >>Also thought it demonstrated the role that models still have to play in the genre – none of the lunar surface stuff would have been anywhere near as effective in, say, CG.

    Or, say, Etch A Sketch.

    I loved this film, definetely a DVD buy for me!

    in reply to: Shortlist Top Ten #106714
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I’d rather live with Kryten. I hate housework.

    in reply to: New Holly #106671
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Oh, I’d be a crap Holly. I’m Welsh.

    in reply to: New Holly #106655
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    in reply to: New RD Fan Comic Preview #106637
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Yeah, that’s Hol. Look at the nose! :)

    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Sorry dude…. gotta say though your initial response did make me grin tho’!

    in reply to: New Holly #106585
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Oh God, P2P, there was absolutely NO need for that imagery! Noooo!

    in reply to: New Holly #106580
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I’d be more than happy to have Hattie back in the role. Let her have first refusal at least.

    If she wouldn’t return, I’d happily settle for any of the following:

    Bill Bailey
    Kev Eldon
    Mark Heap
    Justin Lee Collins
    Lucy Porter
    Susannah Doyle (Joy from Drop The Dead Donkey)

    An eclectic mix, if you will.

    in reply to: Argumental on BBC Two #106549
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Call centres? Working in’t colliery down t’pit?

    LUXURY.

    in reply to: Series VII, bad Dwarf but good comedy tv? #106540
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Thread derailed epically! Free rum for all!

    Kris Carter
    Participant

    The bad guy from Clerks: The animated series…

    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I hate the film effect. Where’s the laughter track? I miss the model shots.

    in reply to: Canabalt – a surprisingly fun Flash-based Parkour game #106355
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    2173… that’s good fun!

    in reply to: Series VII, bad Dwarf but good comedy tv? #106346
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I will staunchly defend Series VII. It takes flak because it tried a lot of different stuff, all in one go. A re-jigged cast, new writers, no studio audience during filming, film effect production values, new CGI effects…

    Yeah, sure some stuff didn’t work. The added studio audience laughter occasionally overwhelms dialogue. The CGI has dated horribly (although I still love that one shot of Starbug swooping into camera that they use at the end of the opening credits. Kochanski was not as interesting a character as Rimmer, and his loss certainly hurt the show. The loss of Rob Grant also had a huge impact, and I stand by my opinion that Beyond A Joke is hands down the worst episode of Red Dwarf EVER.

    But…

    Until Back To Earth, Red Dwarf never looked better. There’s some great Red Dwarf moments… the entire teaser of Stoke Me A Clipper, Lister replacing Kryten’s head in Tikka, great little character moments in Blue and Duct Soup… I remember Epideme just had me on the edge of my seat for the whole episode… the feeling of triumph when they finally found the Dwarf and Holly…

    Does it work as traditional sitcom? I’m going to say no… but it’s not quite got to the comedy drama stage either. It’s in a weird sort of limbo in that respect… but it’s still funny. Certainly funnier than Hyperdrive.

    Is it funnier, or as consistently funny as earlier Dwarf? No, but when it hits, it hits hard – the Munchkin song, Ace Rimmer’s escape, Lister’s arm removal, protocol-free Kryten. And when humour lacks it makes up for it with deeper character moments.

    Is it funnier than Series VIII? Again, no. But Series VIII’s humour was not as clever or as witty as anything before it, relying more on crap puns, poorly telegraphed gags, slapstick and toilet humour.

    Series VII arrived after a three gap when a taut, exciting cliffhanger had whipped up fans into a fervour. It was never going to meet expectations – but it does NOT deserve the drubbing it gets by a lot of fans.

    Well, except Beyond a Joke. That DOES deserve a good kicking.

    in reply to: Moon #106315
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    It was awesome, Sam Rockwell is great in it.

    in reply to: Alright Dudes!! #105591
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Wordup Jeeves! Welcome to the G&T. That is all. :)

    in reply to: Potential Red Dwarf US Dwarfcast? #105415
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I like how (according to IMDB at least) Anthony Fuscle, who played the 2nd version of Rimmer, has been in NOTHING else. Ever.

    in reply to: Potential Red Dwarf US Dwarfcast? #105398
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I’d be up for it. I’d even defend it – I don’t think it’s as bad as everyone says it is.

    Granted, it’s not good, but it’s not totally rubbish.

    in reply to: Avatar Trailer #105209
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Pete mentioned True Lies – and the Avatar trailers make me feel the same way as I did about True Lies. It was alright… but that’s it. Although Bill Paxton was fantastic in it!

    in reply to: Avatar Trailer #105186
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Better than the teaser definetely, but even though I’m a MASSIVE Jim Cameron fan-boy… eh, I’m just not feeling it.

    in reply to: Spot the difference! #105142
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Carl Wheatley / Wed, 2009-10-21 00:45 / #

    Hang on Mr Carter, is that a University of Glamorgan hoodie I spy?

    Indeed it is Mr Wheatley! I was there 10 years ago, but my wife’s studying there at the moment.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Animated – First Footage BRAND NEW #105117
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Rimmer and Lister have the best dynamic anyway, it’s the backbone of the show.

    Also – Really must finish that comic…

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Animated – First Footage BRAND NEW #105095
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    He sounds like Paul Robeson on dope. :)

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Animated – First Footage BRAND NEW #104971
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Hey lego, glad you found the review helpful!

    Personally, I don’t think you need to change the theme itself, just maybe use a shorter edit, say 10-15 seconds so it’s more of a hook, or sting – and edit-down/speed up the best clips in the title sequence, while removing some of the others (personally, I’d keep the ‘Lister jumping with guns’ bits, but remove ‘Kryten’s head exploding’, for example) to get it to fit. Nice’n’short’n’snappy!

    in reply to: Spot the difference! #104920
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I need the goatee. I don’t need the widow’s peak. Eh, whatchagonnado.

    in reply to: Dave ‘denies’ new series #104787
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    What about other visual effects, like split screen, slow motion, quantel? ;)

    in reply to: Dr Parnassus #104772
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    12 Monkeys rules all!

    in reply to: Red Dwarf Animated – First Footage BRAND NEW #104654
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Okay, here’s my critique of the whole shebang. This is your judgement day bud. I gotta be cruel… there can’t be no favours. You guys have all obviously put a LOT of effort and time into this, so I feel you deserve a full and honest review. Figure I’ll go with the negative stuff first, so I can end with the positives…

    So, the bad:

    ? Sound quality – highly variable. Some bits sounded good – the music quality was good, as was the recording for Lister – but Kryten and Cat’s (and to a lesser extent Rimmer) was very, very poor indeed. Definitely something to improve upon in later efforts.

    ? Animation – ah, now this is going to be a bit of thorny one, and I don’t mean to offend (I did my degree in 2D animation, so believe me, I know how much work goes into it), but there’s not a great deal of actual animation in it. Is it done in ToonBoom? There’s a lot of just… floaty movements of limbs, if you get me. As I say, I know it can be a HUGE undertaking, but get some key frames and some inbetweens in there, would just give the visuals more life. Or at least tone down the floatiness… not every motion needs to be eased in or out. But I’ve more to say about the animation in the ‘good’ bit, so hang in there…

    ? Pacing – at just under 7 minutes, the length is good – but even at that, there are bits of this that seemed to drag, and I don’t think I’d sit through 28 minutes of this, and certainly not feature length. It doesn’t need MTV style, Michael Bay cutting – but it could do with being a bit quicker of the mark. This applies to some of the line delivery too – Lister and Holly, although nicely in character, do rather sound like they’re Paul Robeson on dope….

    ? Visual style – The CG backdrops are quite basic, and dull. They detract from the hand-drawn characters. Also, the colours of the backdrops don’t help matters. I’m not saying they need to be so bright and vibrant that the characters don’t ‘pop’ out, but there is room there to play with that aspect. Can you render the CG in a way that makes it look drawn? Sort of like the effect on the Iron Giant in that film, for example? If the backdrops also looked traditionally hand-drawn, it would help the look gel more.

    On a related note, some of the colour choices for the characters don’t help – Rimmer’s suit is a horribly garish green, and Kryten’s grey is too close to Listers, and doesn’t help when combined with the backgrounds.

    Basically, if you’re going to animate, USE the medium, I think is what I’m saying… make the characters move, make it pop, make it colourful… As it stands, it’s more motion comic than cartoon, if you get my drift.

    ? Writing – Okay, so this is just a test and a teaser, and basically a souped up jab at Red Dwarf USA, so story’s not going to be paramount and that’s fine. However some of the gags do fall a bit flat, and some of Rimmer’s and Cat’s lines just feel really… out of character I guess. There’s also elements that just feel lazy – swirly thing alert and so on, just lifted wholesale from the show. I hope the full on series is better, and sharper than that. But again, there’s more in the ‘good’ bit here, so read on…

    Okay the good stuff:

    ? Writing – There’s some great bits here. Although the pacing is a bit glacial, the hot dog bit works well (although as I say, could be pacier), and the Holly ‘beauty spot’ gag is actually pretty inspired for a pun. The characters feel right for the most part, although Cat and Rimmer tend to be more caricatured versions of the real thing. Holly is Series VIII bang on, and the writing for Lister is strong.

    ? Visual style – Fun likenesses of the cast all around (perhaps Cat and Kryten could be better, especially Cat’s hair, but still you can recognise ’em), and the hand-drawn stuff has it’s own unique look. And YAY! You guys have abandoned the ‘pencil’ behind the logo, which can only be a good thing, because quite frankly… it looked like a diagonal line behind the title. Which was a bit naff.

    ? Animation – the lip sync was very well done indeed (which I believe is one of the better features from ToonBoom, I think?). More like that please!

    ? Acting – pretty good all round for the most part, Kryten’s voice probably sounding the least like the real thing. Rimmer slips into David Mitchell style once or twice, but Holly and Lister are very well done – as I say, a bit lethargic, but still captured the characters well.

    ? Music – Shame you can’t use the actual music, but what you have used suits it pretty well. Could be a bit faster, a bit more rock, but it’s a good substitute.

    ? Sound quality – Recording on Lister and Holly was good quality. More like that please… again!

    ? Opening and closing titles – you avoided the trap so many web videos fall into, namely spending forever loitering on the opening and closing titles. They could still have been quicker, but they don’t overstay their welcome like so many others.

    So overall… well, I liked it. It was pretty good. It wasn’t spectacular, but it wasn’t dreck either. I still think that if you’re going to go for the full series thing, the writing has to be stronger, the sound production in particular HAS to be improved, and the pace needs to be upped… I mean, I think 10 minutes max is good enough length for a solid web series… but that’s by the by. Still a solid effort, and you guys and gals deserve kudos for getting so far with it – as I say, I know animation takes a lot of time.

    Hope that’s helpful – I’m looking forward to seeing where you take this next.

    in reply to: shitty jobs #104618
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Awesome stuff. Yeah, I read The Forgotten (nice story, shame about the ending) – in fact, if you coloured the big double-page spread of all ten Doctors, then that?s been posted here somewhere before ;-) And RWADV, too – I know Rich, so I made sure to pick that one up even though getting the IDW stuff over here is a patchy process at best?

    Yup, the spread was mine! I’ve got some comp copies of the IDW Who stuff kicking about if you’re missing any. Rich’s story made my brain hurt!

    in reply to: shitty jobs #104583
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Do you do work for IDW, Kris, or is this for UK publications? Anything I might have read?

    Also: do you draw, or just colour? (I don?t mean ?just? in a pejorative sense, I?m well aware of the significance of colourists; I just mean do you draw as well?)

    Just the colouring, my line art is “bit crap” (just been drawing some stuff for Ben’s Jump-Leads guest strip if y’don’t believe me!). But yeah, I crayola for Titan and IDW.

    Titan, done a few issues and covers for Transformer magazine, and worked on two or three installments of Rift War for Torchwood magazine (and another story called Jetsam). Also did the last two issues of TMNT: Fast Forward

    IDW-wise I worked on Transformers: Devastation, Spotlights Arcee, Hardhead, and Cyclonus, also worked on All Hail Megatron 8 & 15, and coloured most of the Revenge Of The Fallen movie comic (had to sig my first NDA for that one! Whooop!)

    Also for IDW, I did over half of the Doctor Who: Forgotten series (did the 5th, 6th & 7th Doctor stories, plus loads of 10th Doctor, and the big last issue with all the Doctors up to 10), and also the one shots Autopia, Room With A Deja View, and Cold Blooded War.

    So yeah, you may have seen some of it! Hope you liked it, come to think of it!

    My Dev-art Gallery…

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XV #104488
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XV #104486
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    hummingbird said it better, actually… :)

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XV #104485
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Trena, considering the amount of effort the fan club put into getting the con set up, unpaid in their spare time, I’ve got to say… you’re sounding like a bit of an ungrateful arse.

    in reply to: shitty jobs #104454
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Work in the elevator repair industry. It has it’s ups and downs.

    Sorry Si – couldn’t resist!

    My dream job is colouring comics, and I’ve been lucky enough to work on some good properties – Transformers, Doctor Who, Torchwood, uh… Turtles… hehe… but unfortunately the work is so sporadic, you can’t make a living off it.

    My 9-5 is working in a loans call centre, having customers bitch and moan at me about rate hikes and mis-sold insurance. I’ve never been so close to to sliding a hosepipe from exhaust to car interior, and just topping myself in the parking lot.

    in reply to: A Christmas Carrey #104346
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    But it’s Dickens – but with cool inyaface rollercoastery CGI goodness!

    Yeah, it looks like complete guff. I can’t believe it’s from the same guy who gave us the sublime BTTF trilogy.

    It’s quite sad really.

    in reply to: Pixar: Up, and a Toy Story 3 trailer #104338
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Pixar are my tiny gods. TS3 looks great!

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XV #104265
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I was at the same hotel for the Transformers con back in August, parked in the NCP behind the hotel for 48 hours straight and the car was fine… my wallet on the other hand took a fucking BATTERING, so I was glad that I was giving four other people a lift back and that I could get some cash off them to help pay… it was something like ?28 I seem to recall..

    in reply to: Doctor Who In An Exciting Adventure With The Spoilers #104249
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    I think he missed a trick by not having Matt Smith’s age be 11, but hey, what’re y’gonna do. :)

    in reply to: Gimme Gimme Gimme Gimme Fried Chicken #103964
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    FILM: Speed. Because it is gloriously stupid good fun.

    BOOK: Truckers/Diggers/Wings by Terry Pratchett – a fantastic trilogy!

    ALBUM: Yourself or Somene Like You by Matchbox Twenty – because it’s shorter than most Meatloaf albums.

    ONE OTHER REALLY COOL THING THAT IS NOT A FILM, BOOK OR ALBUM: Any Transformers: Alternators toy – they’re just THAT cool.

    in reply to: Doug on Carpool #103939
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    #Remind me of the babe?#
    What babe?
    The babe with the power.
    What power?
    The power of Voodoo
    Who do?
    You do!
    Do what?
    Remind me of the babe!

    What a team! We are unbelievable!

    That was pretty impressive actually! :) But then again, I am incredibly easily pleased.

    in reply to: Doug on Carpool #103935
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    Oh yes… er… Doug! Please go on Carpool!

    *bowie* (and take a look at my enormous codpiece Sarah!!!) */bowie*

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