Way back when, I made a deck of playing cards as an experiment. The playing cards each had a comic panel, and the idea was that you could rearrange the panels into near infinite combinations to make new stories. That deck of playing cards was called Hand of Fate. There were a few copies made, […]
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I was surprised and delighted to be asked to come as a guest to Sharjah International Book Fair, to run comics workshops as part of their children’s activities programme. It was an honour to be asked, although, at first I was a bit apprehensive, because I’d never been to anywhere in the Middle East before. […]
MCM Expo Letraset Manga School Come along to the Letraset Manga School at MCM Expo this weekend! I’m running workshops on Body Pose and Movement and Drawing Clothes, on both Saturday and Sunday. All the details are on Letraset’s website.
Phew! That was a mammoth month of kids’ comics. Now I’m recovered, here’s a blog post! After a month spent running around to 18 different libraries all across London and meeting hundreds of comics-loving children, I finally completed my run of workshops for CityRead London. So many crazy characters created (with at least one called […]
For children 8 – 12 years old. This April, join me for London Lives: Cityread Comics Workshops in libraries all around the capital. Create colourful characters, then see what happens when they meet other peoples’ in the streets, stations and stadiums of London. Cityread London is a campaign to spread a love of books and […]