Some pictures of the 3D My Cardboard Life comic I made for "That's Novel!" The comics exhibition at London Print Studio.
This is the 2D version of the comic. All the lower panels open up into three dimensions.
Here's the comic again, with the panels open.
And here it is in the exhibition!
If you want to see the comic in person, the exhibition is open til the 18th December at London Print Studio.
13 Oct 2010
Some new things (actually, the badges aren't new, who am I kidding). I'll be bringing this stuff to APE this weekend (16th-17th October) Also other upcoming conventions, and then I'll put them for sale on the website too.
A comic made of all the wasp strips that I made a few months ago. It's tiny. 3.5 inches squared.
Leon likes it!
Here's a 32 page comic of all the best Colin and Pauline comics.
I plan to make more of these collections with the other characters.
This is a special tool I've invented for making new friends. Or maybe upgrading your existing friends. It's the BFF application form. Each booklet comes with 50 forms.
Find someone you like, get them to fill in the form, tick the 'approved' box (if you like their answers) and there you go. New BFF!
Labels: My Cardboard Life
10 Oct 2010
Exciting news! I've finished a sketchbook! So I've scanned a couple of things out of it.
Here's my page of coffees. I only started drinking coffee in February, so I thought I'd start a tradition of drawing every coffee I ever have (except for instant coffees!). Sometimes I've added the date, sometimes not. Maybe in my next sketchbook I'll have a more organised system. It will make things a lot easier when I write my coffee memoirs.
I've started on a new sketchbook now. I think it might be a lucky one!
2 Oct 2010
Some Paper Paulines and Mysterious Spirits of Romance which I cut out, but they were wrong so I didn't use them in any comics. Here's the Mysterious Spirit of Romance's first appearance in My Cardboard Life.
A handsome floral cat. Not sure what his name is.
My pal Tony Scrapman.
1 Oct 2010
Gilbert Pep. He's a good friend of mine, and he can be your friend too. He wants to make you happy.
Here's Gil Pep the movie, in which Gil Pep performs a special cheery smile he has developed.