Pick Up A Free Book!

You can now see my full comic, alongside really interesting articles about Bristol in World War One, in The Great Reading Adventure! Copies are available free from Bristol Libraries, find out more here:

http://www.bristol2014.com/great-reading-adventure.html#.VE5gjPl_tU0

I’m also really pleased as one of the illustrations from my story has been used on the cover, and is featured on a banner in the centre of Bristol.10609624_630429497075577_6380835056274967332_n

10247326_10152584510474597_5061891769512436570_n

Taking Shape

2014-06-25 10.50.51I haven’t posted much on here recently, as I have been working on the final images for my story, and I don’t want to give too much away! Here are the pages starting to take shape, stuck all over my wall so I can refer back to them as I work. They are drawn at A3 size but will be reduced down to a smaller format for print.. It’s getting there! Today: LIONS!

 

London and some wobbly train drawing..

Untitled-32Untitled-33Untitled-34Untitled-35Untitled-36

I went up to London for a few days and saw a really interesting exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery looking at the Great War through Portraits. It was really helpful to see sketches by William Orpen and Henry Tonks, as well as finished paintings and photographs. I tried to get some writing done on the train too, but found myself making some very wobbly drawings indeed! I also made a quick trip to the Army Museum which will provide helpful reference for drawings, alongside research from the Imperial War Museum.

This week I have also been going through my old research journals, from my M.A. I knew they would come in handy again…

journals