For this week’s OzComic challenge.
I was privileged to be on the Killeroo table at this year’s Brisbane Supanova and sit in Supastar row between Darren Close (Killeroo) and Jamie Johnson (The Phantom).
Even though I was somewhat dwarfed by these talents, it was a great experience to watch them strut their stuff!
Here are the results of my jaunt into this year’s inktober challenge:
Here’s a report on TooCon by WIN News Toowoomba.
I get a cameo and say words and stuff! Somehow, full sentences were strung together.
A huge thank you to everyone I saw at TooCon yesterday! It was a massive drawing day – I barely put down my pen the entire time (I even remembered to take photos of some). An even bigger thank you to Angela and the team for bringing it all together!
OzComics – Australian Comics week.
Bipp and Trax are the creation of the awesome Daniel Watts!
First of all: a huge thank you to everyone who has supported the comic!
– everyone I’ve chatted with at cons, fairs and such
– the rather grand contributors to Issue 3
– the stores who proudly stock local comics
– the good folk at ownaindi
– all those who’ve provided reviews and publicity (something I’m terrible at), and
– to YOU, obviously. You’re reading this post, read the comics and are still here. Thank you!
I try to have a bit of a gap between issues, to charge the battery and (more importantly) ensure my family still talk to me. But it’s 2018 and Issue 4 won’t write itself, so it’s back at it!
Here’s hoping you all have a great year!
Fun in Toowoomba!
Another TooCon done and dusted. Fantastic day! A big thanks to Angela for organising the event. Can’t wait for the next one.
A big thanks to everyone who turned up yesterday at Ace Comics for Free Comic Book Day! Lots of meeting new people, talking comics, art, animation and loofahs, and drawing – lots of drawing!
Rather than inktober (when I was too busy to do it), I’ve had a Daily Draw project for January.
My boys nominated a topic each day to draw, and I’d allow myself an hour to draw it. I don’t know many of these characters, which was why I asked my kids to come up with the suggestions – to push me in new directions!