Hourly Comic Day

I took part in hourly comic day. Did you?

I had to squeeze my drawing in around work, and I was pretty impressed that I managed it all on the day. A few years ago I got the worst hand cramp trying, and my drawings were no where near as finished. It’s exciting to be able to see progression, in this case I think it’s just in the confidence to get the panels down on paper and not overthink when under pressure.

These were drawn straight into my sketchbook, and then inked over the pencils. It was a very fun challenge.

Here’s my comics!

Thanks for reading!

THOUGHT BUBBLE 2018

Obviously THO BUBS was the greatest. Because I BOUGHT A HOUSE and had been doing all the house things I didn’t have a new comic out this time. That felt a little odd, but it didn’t make a difference to how awesome the weekend was. I loved catching up with all my comics mates, and meeting new friends.

Thank you to everyone who came and commissioned me this year! I did so many. You’re all amazing. Here are the ones I remembered to take pictures of..

As usual I shared my table with my comics buddy Shaun also known as Mr Picto. We were VERY EXCITED.

PEDESTRIANS

PEDESTRIANS

Shout out to Trintiy Kitchen for not having any mixers and serving me neat gin with cucumbers. Top idea.

Shout out to Trintiy Kitchen for not having any mixers and serving me neat gin with cucumbers. Top idea.

Take me back, please! Comics Christmas is always over too soon.

Enjoying Drawing

It’s the middle of summer. It’s hot. Everyone is outside.

I, on the other hand, am spending lots of time in cool, shaded places, getting immersed in painting. I love taking a little time to make some art that’s purely for my own enjoyment.

Hope you’re all having a wonderful summer!