How is it March already ? Quick update of the current state of my comicking. I have started drawing part six of Necessary Monsters. It’s difficult to explain how I feel about this. Maybe YESSSSSS will help. I have eight pages of script, so as of yet the ending is a mystery.
My other work got some coverage recently. Rain On Glass received an amazing review by Andy Oliver. Pop along and have a read and then check out his other coverage. Andy is an important part of Uk independent comics, and his coverage of current output is extensive. One such publication is Score and Script, and I get a passing mention too.
Here is a page of watercolour. This is my new lunch break activity. For a few months i’ve been drawing on Napkins in coffee shops, then leaving them to be dealt with accordingly. I have been discovered, so it seems a pointless process now. It would seem like performing for an audience. I’m collecting the sketches together to make something. Not sure what, yet. But my plan this year was to complete one thing each month. January was Rain On Glass, February was Necessary Monsters 5. So this will be ready for the end of this month.
The Phatcomics shop has plenty of goods available, drop by and have look.
Have a great weekend.
Some enhanced sketches. Working in tone, building towards colour work. Started working on the thumbs for Monsters 6 – it’s a great script, lots of visuals. Stimulating
I didn’t win at SPX lottery, so I won’t be exhibiting this year. Still considering travelling to the show. It’s a great event .
Monsters is continuing it’s journey to completion. Daniel sent my eight pages of script for the final part. Part five is almost complete. It’s a good feeling knowing the end is beginning.
Some great stuff to draw. Hope I can do it justice.
This is a page of tube people. Trying to find a way of drawing to tackle Black Leather. Yes, it’s still on the to – do list.