Well folks and ladies here is a link to view the short Sci-fi comic I did over summer for the Dundee Comic Day competitation. Was a lot of fun to draw and colour and was good enough to come second place so very proud.
The story focus on two characters from very different universes but somehow end up getting involved in each others lives.
One of the Illustrations for one of my chosen fairy tale stories I have chosen from Angela Carter’s Book of Fairy Tales. One of the castle images that will be assembled to form a whole Illustration – first time using texture effects and I have to admit I am pleased with the result.
Just different head shots of the mascot. She will be explaining the business and strategies to running it. How helpful!
Pencil drawing of Galeron, will add colour very soon!
Galeron and Tegen 2 is currently being pencilled out as we speak and will be published next year. I won’t say too much about the plot till closer date but I will hint that we go back to the past, see aspects of Tegen’s young life and how things are established in her current life with Galeron.
For those new to this story check out this link and you can read the short story in issue.com
Another main image of the cute comic girl! So what do you think…
….you think this could be successful business that would
help as well as be fun for many talented comic book ladies?
This is my mascot to represent my business idea for the Design Enterprises module.
The reason for the “sparrow winged” is an association to a type of butterfly and that of course has a strong symbolism for transformation and change. And the girl well….. it is for girls!
I would establish a working space for upcoming women artists and writers to come together and work. Establishing their skills and confidence in comics that would appeal to many aspects of creative work. To influence a young generation into the world of story-telling through workshops and comic making sessions.
The “stepping stones” for graduated and talented ladies that want to do more comics and gain a better understanding of the creative and competative work industry.
You learn from each other, visits to interesting places and established guests would come to give a helping hand and great advice.
For graduated women who wish to be involved with the comic world, this space and thier involvment would support them to acheive that, gain a better understanding of the professional working world and become creatives that are very employable thats appelas to any entatinament industry.
You have the option to work together or independenlty but essentially to be in a creative hub space with like-minded who love to make stories sounds awesome! Reading comics and drawing comics…Hell Yeah!
This is what I used the Illustration for. Students are always on the go and one way to get information is a long elaborate design wrapped around a takeaway cup.
You have the design on the outside and the text in the inside.
You unravel the strip to reveal the memory, based from my time spend with the lovely older women in the Age Concern Dundee centre.
Inside you have basic info on how to volunteer and why it is something to be considered.