After three days of sitting at my drawing board, I Credit union locations have finally finished pencilling Minster Man 2 and started to ink it! I have posted a few pencilled panels over at the Minster Man blog.
I have also created another Grilla image, Art Grilla, which can be seen over at the Grilla Blog.
I would just like to keep you up to date with where you can find me on the internet as both Minster Man and Grilla now have their own blogs, pages and groups!:
For Facebooker’s, please become fans of:
Minster Man Facebook Page
Grilla Facebook Page
For Blogger’s, please follow:
Minster Man Blog
For MySpacer’s, please join:
Minster Man MySpace Group
Grilla MySpace Group
So see you all in the wonderful cyber world!
Easter Grilla cards are now available at £0.75 each (plus postage) – you must be bananas not to want them in these recession times!
As always, email me to make your purchase!
It gives me great pleasure to announce the opening of the Grilla Gallery!
The Gallery shows funky original images of Grilla which you can purchase on greetings cards, postcards, T-Shirts and cotton shopping bags.
I will also be regularly adding new images to the Gallery, so make sure you keep checking back from time to time. Or if there is a particular image of Grilla you would like, then please request it to me!
Good news this week – Minster Man is now for sale in Travelling Man (York and Newcastle branches).
Get your copy today of York’s hero!
For all those facebook users, please feel free to use my new exciting facebook application, where you can send Minster Man, Grilla and other various images to all your friends!
Here is the link:
And also not to forget my facebook page and become a fan of that too!
5 December 2008
All the pages have now been inked – wahoo! Now it’s on to the lettering, a lot of rubbing out pencils, and creating front and back covers..
(this is a shorter 14 page cute little story!)
20 November 2008
Pencilled layouts have now been completed! Time to start making the finished pages…
10 November 2008
My next project is underway. I’ve finally finished the storyboard and script, and have just started putting pencil to paper…
This was used for advertising at Thought Bubble. I also have the same image on my shopping bag!!
What do you think of it?
Early on Saturday morning, Hazel and I departed from York all set with 50 Minster Man comics, both of us wearing a Grilla T-Shirt, and a poster to display.
We arrived nice and early at the Royal Armouries in Leeds for Thought Bubble, whilst all the other exhibitors were still setting up their tables. With time on Credit union locations
our hands we put out the postcard flyers, handed the poster over for it to be displayed at the front desk and then sat down to have a coffee. Then before I knew it I had spilt some coffee down my nice new fresh clean white Grilla T-Shirt – Great, what a start!
10 o clock came and we found a great position to sell and before long Hazel was into the thick of it selling Minster Man – Wahoo, you go girl!
We were stood opposite the tables with colouring in pads, and the guy said if we wanted to colour in we could. So when the seascape outline came up, I rushed in and coloured an octopus orange!
Throughout the day we met some great people:- Steve Tanner from Time Bomb; Geoff Fetishman Banyard (but unfortunately he never put on his leather costume with zip!); AccentUK; Matthew Kitchen doing some freelance photography for Travelling Man; the guy in a purple shirt (Insomnia Publications) from BICS – who is now the guy in a pink shirt from Thought Bubble; Scott Constantine from the three r’s; and half a dozen storm troopers!
I also had an interview from a Leeds University student to go towards her project – hope I provided some good material for you!
Lisa and all the Thought Bubble staff were very helpful and well organised and I would just like to say thank you very much for putting this event together.
By the end of the day we had sold 20 comics 🙂 most thanks go to my chief seller Hazel! So we are please to say that Minster Man’s first outing was successful.
But the day didn’t end there – next was the after show party at the Alea Casino. There Hazel and I had a great evening with the company of Steve Tanner and his wife chatting about comics and beyond, and we were even privileged to witness Steve’s ‘dancing in his chair’ moves!
We both had a great day and hope the 20 new Minster Man comic owners enjoy the read. If anyone missed out on a comic and/or would like one at show price (plus p&p) please send me an email email@example.com
We are now looking forward to next year already, but will it be with a return of Minster Man in a sequel…?