12 Books in 12 Months

writing books and blogging about it



How To Spend Ages Photoshopping A Falcon

It is 1.27am and I am about to go to bed, having spent the evening drawing and yet failing to finish another page of my hawk comic.  Below is one of the panels for your information / proof that I have actually been doing something.  I also had a few* photos to upload to the computator from Kid Canaveral’s Christmas Baubles, some of which can be found here.

The main lesson I have learned from this book so far is that I can’t draw, work and sleep – there aren’t enough hours in the day.  Still, they say sleep is for the weak…**

*couple of hundred.  I did not upload them all, as many were poor.

** who are ‘they’? And what on earth were they thinking?! I’m awful without sleep.  Night night.

Not What He Seems

Page two of my revenge story.  Took roughly as long to do as the combined running time of Nevermind the Buzzcocks, Still Game, an Outnumbered Christmas Special from two years ago and a repeat of Friday’s Graham Norton Show.  Is that relevant information?  Probably not.  Mine is not the face of concern, however.  It’s 12.41 last night* and I should go to bed.  Enjoy.
*This is me trying to schedule posts in advance for the week.  Not a particularly auspicious start…

Who Killed The King?

On Tuesday there was a story in The Scotsman that I thought was definitely worthy of a noir comic.  So I started drawing it.  This is page one.

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