Posted on September 10th, 2020
A few years ago I was one of over a hundred artists that contributed to Draw The Line, the positive political action comic.
Initially presented online for anyone to read and take inspiration from, a printed collection will soon be available.
The printed collection will be crowdfunded via Unbound and there is still time to pledge to buy a copy from the Unbound website.
Posted on September 5th, 2020
I have been following the weekly prompts, using the same character in each drawing to attempt to give them a theme.
With the various problems caused by the increasing commercialisation of the Inktober name I feel uncomfortable continuing with the challenge.
I would however like to continue producing one drawing a week of my Superheroine character (either in costume or in her civilian identity) for the rest of the year.
So this week I asked my followers to make some one word suggestions.
Using these prompts I will continue to post an ink drawing once a week on social media, but without the Inktober and Inktober 52 hashtags.
I will not be participating in next month’s inktober challenge.
Posted on September 3rd, 2020
The first page of a new comic project that I am preparing to pitch to various publishers in the not too distant future.
Posted on August 26th, 2020
Mcapriglioneart’s Six Fan Arts challenge over on Twitter proved to be so popular that there was a second round.
Cool Cat (Warner Bros.), Dick Dastardly from Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines (Hanna Barbera), Mabel Pines from Gravity Falls (Disney), Danger Mouse (Cosgrove Hall), Beep from Ask The Storybots (Netflix), and Mok Swagger From Rock and Rule aka Ring of Power (Nelvana Studios).