Tillie Keen

July 2, 2015 § Leave a comment

Plenty of movement and colour in this comic. Great piece, look forward to seeing more!

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Guildford College is the home of a wide range of visual and creative arts (as well as everything from construction to hairdressing. Our students are an eclectic bunch).

We are, possibly, best known for sculpture, with both Henry Moore and Dame Elizabeth Frinke walking through our beautiful School of Art doorway but nowadays we do a fine job of teaching visual arts on both desktop computer and touch screen. You may have seen us at MCM, LSCC, BETT, the Gadget Show Live, Eurogamer Expo and many more fine places in which case, hi, nice to see you again.

The students, every year, are given the Adventures in Comics brief, which is basically “two pages, that’s the title.” It’s fun and lovely and every year I love what they do. I hope you like it too.

Sophie Alvis

July 1, 2015 § Leave a comment

This dark tale of fun fair horror comes from Sophie Alvis. May have put me off the Dreamland opening we will be attending soon, but at least the skeletons look happy at the end! Great work, thanks.

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Guildford College is the home of a wide range of visual and creative arts (as well as everything from construction to hairdressing. Our students are an eclectic bunch).

We are, possibly, best known for sculpture, with both Henry Moore and Dame Elizabeth Frinke walking through our beautiful School of Art doorway but nowadays we do a fine job of teaching visual arts on both desktop computer and touch screen. You may have seen us at MCM, LSCC, BETT, the Gadget Show Live, Eurogamer Expo and many more fine places in which case, hi, nice to see you again.

The students, every year, are given the Adventures in Comics brief, which is basically “two pages, that’s the title.” It’s fun and lovely and every year I love what they do. I hope you like it too.

Simon Heather

June 30, 2015 § Leave a comment

This is the alternative colour scheme fro Simon Heather. Let us know which you prefer!

Simon-Heather-3 Simon-Heather-4

Guildford College is the home of a wide range of visual and creative arts (as well as everything from construction to hairdressing. Our students are an eclectic bunch).

We are, possibly, best known for sculpture, with both Henry Moore and Dame Elizabeth Frinke walking through our beautiful School of Art doorway but nowadays we do a fine job of teaching visual arts on both desktop computer and touch screen. You may have seen us at MCM, LSCC, BETT, the Gadget Show Live, Eurogamer Expo and many more fine places in which case, hi, nice to see you again.

The students, every year, are given the Adventures in Comics brief, which is basically “two pages, that’s the title.” It’s fun and lovely and every year I love what they do. I hope you like it too.

Simon Heather

June 29, 2015 § Leave a comment

This cowboy inspired comic comes in two flavours, this  gritty monochrome feel and and nice colourful variety. Let us know which you prefer after I post the second one tomorrow!

Simon-Heather-1 Simon-Heather-2

Guildford College is the home of a wide range of visual and creative arts (as well as everything from construction to hairdressing. Our students are an eclectic bunch).

We are, possibly, best known for sculpture, with both Henry Moore and Dame Elizabeth Frinke walking through our beautiful School of Art doorway but nowadays we do a fine job of teaching visual arts on both desktop computer and touch screen. You may have seen us at MCM, LSCC, BETT, the Gadget Show Live, Eurogamer Expo and many more fine places in which case, hi, nice to see you again.

The students, every year, are given the Adventures in Comics brief, which is basically “two pages, that’s the title.” It’s fun and lovely and every year I love what they do. I hope you like it too.

Poppy Holwill

June 28, 2015 § Leave a comment

Not sure i’d be able to fall asleep on a waltzer, i’d be too busy screaming my head off! but im glad it all worked out in the end! The simple pencil shading and highlights really work here, great work! hope to see more!

Poppy-Holwill

Guildford College is the home of a wide range of visual and creative arts (as well as everything from construction to hairdressing. Our students are an eclectic bunch).

We are, possibly, best known for sculpture, with both Henry Moore and Dame Elizabeth Frinke walking through our beautiful School of Art doorway but nowadays we do a fine job of teaching visual arts on both desktop computer and touch screen. You may have seen us at MCM, LSCC, BETT, the Gadget Show Live, Eurogamer Expo and many more fine places in which case, hi, nice to see you again.

The students, every year, are given the Adventures in Comics brief, which is basically “two pages, that’s the title.” It’s fun and lovely and every year I love what they do. I hope you like it too.

Matt Williams

June 27, 2015 § Leave a comment

This dark tale comes from Matt Williams. Another examples of how a simple palette can really add tension to a comic. Keep up the good work!

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Guildford College is the home of a wide range of visual and creative arts (as well as everything from construction to hairdressing. Our students are an eclectic bunch).

We are, possibly, best known for sculpture, with both Henry Moore and Dame Elizabeth Frinke walking through our beautiful School of Art doorway but nowadays we do a fine job of teaching visual arts on both desktop computer and touch screen. You may have seen us at MCM, LSCC, BETT, the Gadget Show Live, Eurogamer Expo and many more fine places in which case, hi, nice to see you again.

The students, every year, are given the Adventures in Comics brief, which is basically “two pages, that’s the title.” It’s fun and lovely and every year I love what they do. I hope you like it too.

Lilo Greenan

June 26, 2015 § Leave a comment

A beautiful entry from Lilo Greenan. Fantastic flow of movement guides your eye with a great splash of colour.

Lilo-Greenan-1 Lilo-Greenan-2

Guildford College is the home of a wide range of visual and creative arts (as well as everything from construction to hairdressing. Our students are an eclectic bunch).

We are, possibly, best known for sculpture, with both Henry Moore and Dame Elizabeth Frinke walking through our beautiful School of Art doorway but nowadays we do a fine job of teaching visual arts on both desktop computer and touch screen. You may have seen us at MCM, LSCC, BETT, the Gadget Show Live, Eurogamer Expo and many more fine places in which case, hi, nice to see you again.

The students, every year, are given the Adventures in Comics brief, which is basically “two pages, that’s the title.” It’s fun and lovely and every year I love what they do. I hope you like it too.

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