Sunday, October 12, 2014

Hi folksies

Good morning, afternoon, evening, readers. Three times of the day in which it is brilliant to eat ice cream.

Back on topic though, because I was drifting off then... from the important topic I originally presented to you. Which was? Oh, you don't know? You can't answer? What a failure, and also, you lose your The Daily Crumb Fanboy shirt unfortunately. You can keep the sticker though, but that is all.

I recently reviewed Postman Pat: The Movie. I'd been avoiding it for a long time because it looked sacrilegious. But there you go.

Also I've been working on my Tomothy and Pals art recently. More to come as well. 

Make sure you follow @tomothyandpals on Twitter and like our Page 

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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Ice Bucket Challenge

There are a lot of good causes out there. In a way it is a shame one has to go viral to get full recognition and donation. But for what it is, one comes around every now and then and it seems to be doing good.
As well as supporting charity, it is bringing friends and strangers together in a united way that only the internet can manage.

I involved myself in three of these ice cold skits and here they are.

My sister also did it after I challenged her!

Sunday, August 10, 2014

The Sims 4 Exclusives

In the light of negativity that shadows the release of The Sims 4 (PC Game), I thought I'd once again try and insult some people (Lovingly).
While The Sims 4 may be a graphical upgrade and run a lot smoother that past installations (We believe).
And with apparently all together smarter decisions behind it than any previous game... it still has it's... iffy bits.
For example no Pools and Toddlers. (As well as many more issues).
I've loved The Sims since it's original release year, 2000. Apart from some write ups, small Sims 2 machinimas and no-view Let's Play's I've never really paid it the tribute I wanted to. For the game and it's community. Sure my way of paying tribute may be a bit twisted, satirizing and making funny voices for the producers but the tribute is what drives the animation. Just like when I do Dr Who vids. My original Matt Smith cartoon was making fun of the casting choice because that was what the public were saying. I thought it was funny, but I still watched a bunch of Matt Smith performances to inspire me.

As much as the Sims vids are odd, I hope people enjoy them! (Including The Sim Gurus spoofed) and know this was my tribute to a franchise that has taken plenty of mine, my parents, and plenty of other relatively happy people's money away from them.

The Cameos in the Episode 2 background are as follows.

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Sunday, June 08, 2014

My 4 Part Coby Charles Series

Dear Readers,
In recent months I have been creating a series about a lonely little man who lives in his.. living room (pretty much). They are just short, badly made little videos really. But hopefully there is a heart in there you will appreciate.
The final episode was released 2 days ago. I thought I'd put them all up on here.
Although I say there are 4 episodes. There is a rather dull filler VLOG I also included to help plot or something.

The Coby Charles Series

Agoraphobia with a touch of schizophrenia

Episode 1: Meets Parallel Self 

Episode 2: Coby in a Cupboard

Episode 3: The Lonely Song

Episode 3.5: Vlog

Episode 4: Finds out Stuff

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Monday, April 14, 2014

Weather originally planned for The Sims 2 Base Game

As shown in this 2003 Demo at 6:16

Sunday, April 13, 2014

I'm just curious....

What 'old kids show vehicle' is your favourite?
Postman Pat's Van

Noddy's Car

Thomas the Tank Engine

 The Jetson's Spaceship


Baked Bean Rocket from Button Moon

 Fireman Sam's Fire Truck

 Various Thunderbird Vehicles

Hong Kong Phooey's Car

The Flintstone's Car

 The Mach 5.Speed Racer

This guy

Lizzie's Driving Library from Lizzie's Library Day

Snoopy's Kennel

Turtle Van/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

 The Mystery Machine

Batmobile/Batman: The Animated Series

 Kit's Airfoil for cloud surfing in Talespin

The amazing, Magic School Bus

Decision time! 

Thursday, April 03, 2014

Art and Cartoons

Wassily Kandinsky

I think all art is one in the same, (music, paint, drama, writer). Specifically whether cartoons or abstract paintings. In the end, each has had so much in-depth thought, never to be understood by the viewer put in. Cartoons just send a clearer message once completed. I am referring to the mind of a cartoonist and how it searches for personalities in a very real world of characters. Those emotions discovered by a cartoonist for their characters are similar to those that turn up on a gallery piece of paint splodges. Both have had the artist take their mind somewhere else. Abstract art is just a raw cartoon in some ways. Where as cartoons are emotions of an artist translated into something slightly more readable,abstract art is just the emotion. This is why people go and stare at them, trying to figure out what the artist means. Cartoons may be easier to take in than some other art, but all types are still hiding something. 

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The LATEST at The Daily Crumb

Today in the news while yesterday has been recorded it's existence will never ever be fully evidenced. The touch and feel of a unique day will not be a perfect memory and cannot be replayed.

Also in the news

I was in 3 videos!??!?!! WHAT? What the? Videos? What is this word you talk about? Do you not mean VHS? Or Blu Ray? Or??? Hologram projection?
I was in three videos recently. An old friend came round from the days of 'The Silver Screen Series' and 'The Two Detectives' as well as the creator of the award winning Youtube Animated series,'Lillium'.

His name was Matt, as he reminded me at the front door. I'd known a few Matts in my time and so I had to stay watchful of thieving.
He held a gun to my forehead and told me he was making Youtube Videos again, some were recordings of him playing video games and some of him talking to a puppet. But he wanted something a little different, he wanted an element of danger. A chance of death, or at least a possible puke.

So we did the baby food and cinnamon challenges.... enjoy.

We also did this one, a wonderful short about two odd gentlemen

Also if you're wanting to know how my
COMIC BOOK is going please go and follow my twitter page /tomothyandpals
or like our Facebook page /tomothyandpals
It is going very well thank you.
Here is a glimpse at what is to come!
Click for larger


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Wednesday, February 05, 2014

You're so windy

Due to there being one track that goes from the South to the .. slightly higher up of Britain... we are now trapped.
Check out this exclusive photo of the Flooding at the Dawlish railway.
No but seriously.... 

The track in the image is literally hanging there as the wall beneath collapsed into the sea.


No trains any time soon then..... not getting out of here. I'd better swim.

There has been a lot more destruction going on of course but I only wanted to show you that image and how I connected the whole thing with Spirited Away..
But a cafe did fall into the sea in Plymouth...

Sunday, February 02, 2014


The moment they released the 99p cheese burger at Burger King my life changed completely. I'm now a better man for it. I've produced 500 comics in the last hour, i'm fitter than i ever was, eating healthier. I've got into writing music, releasing my first album next week and I don't mind admitting my voice is almost as good as Taylor Swifts. It's going to be titled 'Almost as Good as Taylor Swift' and it has hip hoppy cameos from well done rappers like Dog Daddy and Bibby Bo Jay Jay the Frog. Catering! Baking, I can do it all, Paul Hollywood says I'm the next Mary Berry. I even joined the army for a bit, did my bit for the country, for the world. It does not stop there, I've created a massive fast food restaurant of my own and hired hardish working homeless people and thirsty african children (who are now no longer thirsty (Vanilla Coke on the house!) to work there! Queen even cut the ribbon, AND The Queen too. I even see my kids once in a while these days. Thanks Burger King.