MAGNUS THE MICRO-MUTT & THE SPACE GOD

Children's fiction with a dog, a Princess and an ancient visitor from the stars.

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READY FOR ACTION

Ronald's iconic artwork (2021) of his and Philip's robot dog.  The most up-to-date version as skills improve.  He is excited at the prospect of providing more scenes in the coming future, and of the world this little guy inhabits.

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OLD CARTOONS FROM SMALL PUBLICATIONS IN THE 90s
(Pen & Ink by Ronald & Philip

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Magnus the Micro-Mutt was conceived in 1992 as a failed comic-strip adventure.  In any case, he was sensibly copyrighted in 1993.  Though his inception failed to interest the national newspapers at the time, the twins developed him as small children's books and of which were illustrated by themselves.  This spurred interest from a computer game Rep (then, CD Rom) but of which was dismissed on the grounds of the dog not being famous enough.  Due to the approach through promotion in the papers, this nonetheless encouraged Ronald & Philip to continue with Magnus, even today.  He has had several revamps at this time and they are looking to publishing him in an old adventure based on Mars, albeit revised.

Cover by Susan O'connor
(one of the many small publications based on the dog produced in the 90s)

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Ronald is spending 2022 to begin producing models of Magnus, using the Resin 3D printers, and will paint them accordingly.  He plans on each being over 12" tall and will begin selling them in time.  The wonderment of the digital age offers many opportunities for creativity.

Ronald's new creation - one of many-to-come poses of his and Philip's Space Dog.

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Resin models of Magnus - Printed by Jason Gleaves (left) and Ronald Kinsella (right.)  First poses and trials.  Unpainted.