Timothy Winchester bought it for me last Autumn. I’ve posted it now so at some point it might be in the Brooklyn Art Library.
Sketchbook drawings of diorama ideas. Here’s the photos of the finished thing. I went with the dragon one but I still like the giant Colin and Pauline idea so maybe I’ll do that next time.
Some of my old gifs with the names of the guys put on there.
I did one of these at the beginning of the year too, so if you can’t see your fave one here it might be in this set.
A small crochet jumper on a bed of nuts.
I tried to make it look like the Twig character from Luke Pearson’s Hilda books.
Sarah McIntyre interviewed me for her blog!
Also a lovely write-up of We’re Out. It really made my week! <3
My inexplicable career of wandering fortuitously onto comics panels continues in Birmingham at 3pm on Saturday 7th of December at Volume. Birmingham Zine Festival organiser Lizz Lunney and educator/cartoonist Dan Berry have kindly invited me to the event’s Make It Then Tell Everybody panel, where I will be adding a publisher-side perspective as part of a larger comics conversation with the following people:
Philippa Rice – creator of the webcomic My Cardboard Life, Recyclost, Looking Out and many other titles.
Vivane Schwarz – creator of a number of books for children including There Are Cats In This Book, There Are No Cats In This Book and Welcome To Your Awesome Robot.
Lisa Wood – director of the Thought Bubble festival in Leeds
It should be fun. Tickets are free but need to be booked in advance here. More info on Lunney’s blog here. See you there?
If you’re in Birmingham you must come and see me at this! I’m looking forward to the panel! Also I’ll be at the book fair all day on Friday and Saturday. I can’t wait to see the new Birmingham Library. I’ve heard it’s wonderful.