Thursday, October 1, 2009

October Competition - A3 signed prints by Andy Hepworth!

October is here and so its the start of another new competition! It couldn't be easier to enter, all you need to do is leave a comment about the prize and you'll be entered into the running. Any kind of comment counts but you have to make sure you think about it as you can only enter once, so make it funny, make it complimentary, make it a song, make it weird, make it anything you want but make your comment count.

Andy has supplied two great signed A3 prints for you to win from White Wolf's 'Changeling; The Lost' product.The 'Goblin Market' image from the core rule-book, and the opening fiction full page illustration from 'Lords of Summer'. © White Wolf 2007/8.

Terms of entry: 1. Only one entry per person. 2. Comments must be left by the end of 31st October 2009 to be entered into the competition. 3. The contributors to Scotch Corner will judge the comments left and decide a winner with the contributor supplying the prize having the casting vote. 4. The winner will be announced on the website as soon as a decision has been reached. 5. If the winner does not have a contact email address available on their comment profile then it is the winners responsibility to contact Scotch Corner at and supply mailing address details. 6. If the winner does not contact us after one full month a new winner will be chosen. 7. All decisions are final. 8. If you are unhappy with any of these conditions please do not enter.


  1. please don't tell me that's Sylvester McCoy i see in the background!!! couldn't be! The goblins market looks like a cool place to wonder about, they do all look a bit strange and probably smell a bit, not unlike the barras!

  2. Socar Miles turns up in the most unusual places:
    1) cruising the Goblin Markets for a hit of Awesome
    2) Apparently comments made on a certain Podcast did not endear her with the local population and necessitated a most velocitous exit... LIKE A BOSS!

  3. As one of the authors of Goblin Markets and Lords of Summer, I'm WHOLLY enamoured of your artistic skill, Andy! Absolutely beautiful stuff!


  4. Re Lords of Summer

    out on the road today
    i saw a dead head sticker on a cadillac
    a voice inside my head said don't look back
    you can never look back

    Sage advice if you ask me.



  5. Dear Sir:

    I have been requested by the Nigerian National Art Company to contact you for assistance in resolving a matter. The NNAC has recently concluded a large number of contracts for ink exploration in the sub-Sahara region. The contracts have immediately produced monies equaling 40,000,000 nairas (roughly 10 cents U.S.). However, because of certain regulations of the government, it is unable to move these funds to another region.

    Your assistance is requested as a non-Nigerian citizen to assist us in moving these funds out of Nigeria. If the funds can be transferred to your name, in your bank account, then you can forward the funds. In exchange for two art prints, the NNAC would agree to allow you to retain the cost of postage.

    Yours truly,
    James Stubbs

  6. Great Artwork Andy,

    I'm a big fan of your beautifully rendered pieces,I would give those prints pride of place on my wall.

    Today's Goblin Market Report:

    Helium was up, feathers were down. Paper was stationary.
    Fluorescent tubing was dimmed in light trading. Knives were up sharply.
    Cows steered into a bull market. Pencils lost a few points.
    Hiking equipment was trailing.
    Elevators rose, while escalators continued their slow decline.
    Weights were up in heavy trading.
    Light switches were off.
    Mining equipment hit rock bottom. Diapers remain unchanged.
    Shipping lines stayed at an even keel.
    The market for raisins dried up.
    Coca Cola fizzled.
    Caterpillar stock inched up a bit.
    Sun peaked at midday.
    Balloon prices were inflated.
    And Scott Tissue touched a new bottom.
    And batteries exploded in an attempt to recharge the market...

  7. I haven't had the time to find the new Changeling materials and it makes me sad because I've always loved the fair folk lore. These would brighten my days until I could finally get time enough off work to pick up the core (or more) and slip into some pleasant reading.