Richard Bruton has reviewed Eight Tablet Dream on the Forbidden Planet blog. It is a very warm review for a comic that i was really happy with. A great way to end a year that has been really good for me. A round up will follow but in the meantime i hope you have a great time over the holidays and see you in the new year.
I love going to Thought Bubble and this year is going to be amazing. I will be sharing a table (134) with Joe Decie, which will also be fab. Attending yearly events is a good way of assessing how much work has been produced since the previous con. New in comparison to last year will Be Ed, Built of Bricks and blood, Nine Months of Beige, Eight Tablet Dream and paper Science 6. Not bad, i have to say.
Some previous TB photos.
I have finished my new mini, Eight Tablet Dream and it is somewhere in a copy shop. It may be ready for Comiket, but probably Leeds will see it’s debut. It’s a comic that is similar to Nine Months Of Beige, and a 100 Days Of Winter. I’m happy with the work in this one, will be interesting to see the finished comic.
Richard Bruton reviews paper Science 6 and highlights my contribution, which is a nice suprise.
This is an illustration for a friends magazine he needed something quick so it took me about an hour. Yesterday i was saddened to read about the death of Graham Dilley a fine bowler and played an important innings as partner to Botham in the unforgettable ’81 innings against the Aussies. it was a great moment of sporting achievement and it always connects me to my 13 year old self. Dilley was 52 and then this morning Steve Jobs 56. I’m 44. It resonates. As a 13 year old i had very little concept of age, every adult was just ‘old’. 50 something is just no age.