Monday, 31 January 2011

This week...

....there will be some new comics on my website but also....

...don't forget tomorrow is HOURLY COMICS DAY 2011. You can join in here. I'll be taking part again! (You can read my comic from last year on the forum)

I'm working on a bunch of stuff at the moment. Some things that I can't talk about yet and some that I've mentioned already- including more comics for Think Tank Planetarium, I went to check them out on Saturday and tried to take a few photos although photos don't come out too well in the dome:

If you get a chance to visit they look a lot better on the actual Planetarium and you can see my comics before every show. More to come over the next few weeks!

Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Free for You

Today I'll be adding pages of "A Lovely Free Comic" to the online comic- I gave this away at MCM last May. Enjoy! And why not have a piece of cheesecake too.

Monday, 24 January 2011

Christmas Present!

I wasn't going to blog about this but Dan Berry and Joe Decie have mentioned it on their blogs (and after seeing that Joe had written about a similar present of equal awesome magnitude that he had for his birthday) I figured I'd share too...

This Christmas my boyfriend arranged for a whole bunch of my comics friends to draw me a comic! All the work was compiled and printed into a real comic thanks to the help of BFF Timothy Winchester. Darren came up with the scenarios for each drawing based on things I like and this was the result!

Pages by John Allison, Darren Whitcombe, Timothy Winchester, Joe Decie, Greg McLeod, Joe List, Kayla Hillier, Dan Berry, Marc Ellerby, Bryony Matthewman, Tom Humberstone, Adam Cadwell, Luke Pearson and Philippa Rice,

A very excellent present indeed! Click the images to see them bigger!

Monday, 17 January 2011

Most Depressing Day of the Year!

It's that day again! Hope you're having a miserable day too!

60+ Years Project.

A while ago I did this for the 60+ Years Project. Zara just uploaded more to the collection so go take a look!

"The 60+ Years project aims to creatively commemorate the 60th anniversary of UDHR (Universal Declaration of Human Rights): the first global expression of rights to which all human beings are inherently entitled.

Designers of varying backgrounds have been invited to take part by writing or drawing on a mini board to exercise their right to free speech and self-expression. The project will culminate in an installation that showcases their final creations, as well as promote the UN and commemorate 60+ years of human rights."