Firstly I want to mention a couple of new projects from Dave West of Accent UK. He's got a great little story on the way called 'Whatever Happened To The World's Fastest Man?', which takes a nice angle on the concept Arthur C. Clarke examined in his short story, 'All the Time in the World'. The project that excites me a tad more, though, is 'Stephenson's Robot', with the lovely artwork of Indio, and you can go and learn more about this at the website.
I also want to give another mention to the sketches of Andy (aka Konky Kru). Whenever I visit his website I can spend ages in his galleries of wonderous art, whether they're the ink drawings of various scenes and events (including several comic festivals), or the beautiful watercolours. I find them lively and inspiring and you'll find them well worth your time. While you're off in that direction, you can lose yourself further in his invaluable Early Comics Archive too.
Finally (for now), I hope you've been following the adventures of Super-Sam and John-of-the-Night by Darryl Cunningham that's been running over on the Forbidden Planet International blog. Darryl is a clever storyteller with an engaging art style. I loved the brilliance of a scene in episode 37 where John stares at a painting, only to see his grandfather appear and give him a warning. My description is clumsy - Darryl presents it as a perfect comic-strip moment, visual and with simple yet startling impact in just a few panels (see? I'm still trying to describe it!). It's language-of-comics ingenuity.