Wednesday 30 October 2013

Bradley the Tree Leaf - Page 5

Here's page five. Next page up on Friday.

Monday 28 October 2013

Bradley the Tree Leaf - Page 4

Here's page four. Next page up on Wednesday.

Wednesday 23 October 2013

Bradley the Tree Leaf - Page 3

Here's page three. I'm going to post this story online, 3 pages a week, at least for a while. I think next week I'll do the updates Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Tuesday 22 October 2013

Monday 21 October 2013

Bradley the Tree Leaf

Here's the first page of a new story I'm drawing this week. It will be either a children's story or a brutal heist story ala Reservoir Dogs.

Wednesday 16 October 2013

A Bit of my 'Villages' Story

Here's a bit of my story I drew to submit to the Kus Villages anthology. It's set in Knott End. I've just finished it today and sent it off. I've drawn my grandma's house in it, and also people with pink blobs for heads.

Monday 14 October 2013

Making Cider

This week I will mainly be helping my brother make cider. He got loads of apples and a load of crab apples too. Here is the first stage, which is breaking up the apples with a handy baseball bat.

Tuesday 8 October 2013

Comics I Got at the Bristol Comics and Zine Fair

Here's the four comics I got at the Bristol Comics and Zine Fair on Saturday. I was going to go round again at the end and get some more but I was very knackered, there was loads of other great stuff on sale.

There's Simon Moreton's 'Smoo #7' which is a set of three little mini comics about the small village he grew up in. You can read them in any order. They are really good. Here's a proper review of them from Andy Oliver at Broken Frontier.

Robert Brown's 'Killjoy #2' is great, I really liked the first issue too. This time he tells a group of short stories from his childhood. I especially liked 'Watershed' and 'Lost and Found' where he gets lost in a shopping centre from his dad, I can remember getting lost like that once myself.

I got Gareth Brookes 'The Black Project'. I really enjoyed the minicomic of the first part of the story he brought out a while ago and the book carries the story on really well. Highly recommended and I really liked how it ended.

Also I got Sean Azzopardi's lovely sketchbook called 'Trees', which has some really good drawings of trees from London and Angouleme.

Monday 7 October 2013

Bristol Comics and Zine Fair Report

 Bristol Comics and Zine Fair went really well. I went down on the train on Saturday morning. It had got really sunny by the time I got to Bristol. The venue at The Station in the middle of town was really nice, a good big room with plenty of room behind the tables and lots of windows, and even a big door with some outside seating which was a nice change from sitting in the dark.

It started pretty busy but then there was a lull from about two till half three where I was getting a bit worried about my sales. Luckily it got really good after that and I had a great day for selling my comics. It was one of the best days I've had anywhere.

The after party was also cool, with good bands and nice Bristol made beer.

Thanks to all the organisers and everyone who came along! I'm very happy with it and would definately go again. Tomorrow I'll put up my comics haul once I've read them all.

Thursday 3 October 2013

Bristol Comics and Zine Fair on Saturday

I'll be at the Bristol Comics and Zine fair on Saturday. Please come and say hello! It seems ages since I've been to a show. I'll be selling 'RhiZome', 'A Handful of Groats', 'California', 'The Storytellers' and lots of my older comics.

If you can't make it all my comics are for sale on my website shop.