I’ve drawn up the tile pages for Elizabeth J.M. Walkers fairy tales. Just a few more pictures to finish off by the end of the month.
The it’s up to Handersen Publishing to make some sort of sense of my mess. At least the stories will be good.
Then I can rest. Until the next thing.
Hello friends. I have had the honour of being asked to draw the cover for Katie Hagele’s Cat Party 2, and anthology of Cat stories from her friends.
Buy it HERE
You can also find her cat memoir book Cats I Have Known HERE.
All is good in the world.
I’ve been working away at drawing for a collection of Elizabeth J.M. Walker’s fairy tales. I have made two zines previously with her, “The Boy Who Owned the Forest” and “The Maze”, but she went and found a real book publisher, Handersen Publishing, and they’re going to make a real fancy book.
It will be out this year, not sure when, but I’m trying my best to finish off the pictures. The main problem being is that I start new ones before I finish the ones I’m working on. There’s so much I want to draw.
These are pictures for the story “The Tree”.
So I’m running a zine workshop at Chatswood Library this Sunday the 20th of November. Not sure if they’re under the illusion that I know what I’m doing.
They also seem concerned that there haven’t been many takers, and seem to think that I may be able to get people in. The don’t know how unpopular I am. Poor things.
It’s from 14 and up, so anyone can come really. If you’re bored and have nothing better to do, come and make fun of me.
In case you can’t wait for the Manly Zine Fair on the 24th of September, you can borrow my zines from Surry Hills Library. They’re so popular nobody’s borrowed them. They didn’t want to be selfish.
These are the four pictures that I’ll have for sale tomorrow night at Magic, Pixels Bubbles, featuring the Geek Pop Visionary Meri Amber.
I know Eurovision is on but you know if stay home and watch it you’ll only be upset.
It can only be great.
More info HERE
So I’ve started again. I still probably have a least enough protesters for another 20, but one zine a week for the next couple of months should do it.
Feel free not to buy it like the last 21 HERE.
Number 21 now available from my ETSY shop
Manly library is getting me to run some workshops in June on how to make street art. It’s kind of hilarious really, but there you go.
I like that it mentions that I started my bullshit arts festival. Which reminds me I should be doing a bit more of that.