Here is our BAFTA nominated short animation Codswallop. It was nominated in 2009 but we’ve never put it online until now. Enjoy and tell your friends. Thanks. Greg and Myles. Also if you want to know more about it go here »
As I remember, Francis, you did promise
To help me close my treatise on ideas.
But here I find you like Sir John the Hog
Wallowing in wet clay and a fog
Of your own making. Why?
Time for some good old Shakespearean insults in this new post on the World of Shakespeare website. Words by Myles. Picture by Greg… CHECK IT OUT HERE.
Billy. You are late with expected verse!
Has your quill flown south with its former host?
… CONTINUE reading here
Head on over to the RSC’s myShakespeare website to read about Where Do Ideas Come From?
Where Do Ideas Come From? Find out by clicking here to visit the new myShakespeare digital heartbeat website - part of the World Shakespeare Festival.
We created a picture book for our sister recently. She loved it and so did lots of other folks we showed it too. It even got us into a lot of publishing houses in London for chats about picture books… they all loved it too (but didn’t want to publish it). So because we live in the future we decided to make it available to the universe via the wonders of Kindle and Amazon.
Remember you don’t need a Kindle reader to enjoy Kindle - you can download the Kindle application to a PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android phone too. Our ebook is available at these links!
Here’s a link to the book on the UK Amazon store: Caroline’s World (UK)
It’s available on the US store here: Caroline’s World (US)
Something we did for BBC Comedy…