Thursday, March 19, 2009

The Making Of A Trad Musician

The newest update to our Vultures development section is an article about how we created that Guinness supping trad musician, Pat Cairo.


Pat Cairo is one of my favourite characters in Vultures. Probably because of how much he smiles. He went through an awful lot of different guises and looks before we went with the final one that jumped out of a van in 'The Case Of The Poisoned Dates'. But as you can see, when it comes to The Clancy Brother's jumpers, there is just no beating that look.


The full article about how we came up with Pat Cairo and all its pictorial bits and bobs can be viewed on the website right here.

3 comments:

Luis Portugal said...

Hello
It has a nice blog.
Sorry not write more, but my English is bad writing.
A hug from my country, Portugal

John Morton said...

Thank you very much!

jd said...

I think the fact that the jumper was inspird by the Clancy Brothers makes Pat about 80 times funnier, on average. Missed the play the other night but I caught one the night after! Go me!