Justin Sharpe's Blog – December 2012 Archive (3)

Silly Timmy in Indonesian

ere are the first eight of Silly Timmy in Indonesian, more will follow:

Episode One:


Episode Two:

Episode Three:…


Added by Justin Sharpe on December 10, 2012 at 11:30 — No Comments

Silly Timmy - Turkish Language version!

Below are the first five of the Silly Timmy comic strip which Zeynep Turkmen very kindly (*THANK YOU*) translated! Enjoy! As I get more I will add to this page. I am currently (as of 10th December up to episode twenty-four in English, so if you want Silly Timmy in your language let me know...


Episode One:

 Episode Two:…


Added by Justin Sharpe on December 10, 2012 at 10:16 — No Comments

Here is Silly Timmy Disaster Comic Strip in its entirety. Come back for updates!

Okay here are the 'Silly Timmy' Comic strips featuring a 'Fairy Godmother' that rescue him from his scrapes...shame we don't all have one of these!

All the comics were created by me (Justin Sharpe) on an iPad using an App called Toon ToolKit (more information can be found here) while the characters were created by John A Abbott of Jot…


Added by Justin Sharpe on December 2, 2012 at 17:30 — 5 Comments

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