an event and a page thus far, and hopefully soon there'll be some collaboration and activity. At the very least there will be cider. I've been flyering this weekend around Bristol-town hitting all the comic shops like a pro with a flier that I've only just noticed is largely misspelled. Like a pro. At the very least we may encourage pity. PITY THAT MAY TURN TO JOY.
Eclective art show. The curries were glorious, the cider bar was scrumpified and there was a plentiful supply of curious digital sideshow displays. I'm yet to actually track down a picture of my art room (still haven't got a phone that can take pictures... sigh) but rest assured it did exist and it was fabulous. Muchos gracias to those who purchased prints off me and bought copies of Dr WTF 2011 (there are still approximately TWELVE PHYSICAL COPIES of last year's issue left - if you want one give us a shout!). I've been assured there'll be more in the future and I'll let ye know in advance because it was a bloody smashing evening.
Two more rock shows I've done in the last fortnight. Slightly silly they be, and chock-a-bloc with bloomin' good music if I do say so myself. Give 'em a listen why don't you? Humour an extremely foolish-looking human.
found here - I'll be behind the stand (as well as my own) at the Hi-Ex convention and, as per usual, you can buy it from all good cons!
Simon Fraser. A thoroughly awesome chap who was the first I gingerly got a sketch from at the Bristol Comic Con '01 - I also asked him whether Nikolai Dante's face was in any way inspired by Toshiro Mifune, the legendary Japanese actor. He said YES. So, he was the basis for this drawing here. That and the fact that I haven't drawn Nikolai Dante since... well, probably since 2001.
his recipes out as the glorious Jasmine did and they were damned tasty. I particularly recommend Black Olive Tart with Rosemary Ice Cream - as that was responsible for much hearty consumption.
No takers? Well, we'll just stick to comics then!
See you after Inverness ;)