March 28, 2014 § Leave a comment
Time to let go
This hit me on a personal level after losing my dog last year, i can really relate to holding on. Great use of the orb in this lovely comic.
My name is Mandy Assin. I am a Medical Practitioner in Brighton where I also live. I have drawn cartoons & painted in watercolours for as long as I can remember. I have had no training in art or illustration & most of my work has involved drawing for pleasure & for friends or colleagues. I illustrated a textbook in 1990 published by Cambridge University Press entitled ‘The Practice of Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapy’ by Lynne Drummond & Richard Stern & I have developed Patient Information Leaflets for work & for the University.
March 27, 2014 § Leave a comment
We’re visiting space today thanks to Allan Linder’s submission. I feel like this could belong to a video game or movie. A fantastic story.
Allan Linder was born in California and shares a unique family history of
four generations of artists’. A versatile artist from early childhood,
Linder instinctively knew how to draw filling endless sketchbooks with his
imagination. He is an artist, writer, sculptor, drawing comic books,
storyboards for film and television, character design for animation,
illustrating children’s books and painting for 30 years. Linder is
exhibiting in New York City where he resides, and has exhibited
internationally in Sao Paulo, Brazil; Hamburg, Germany; Paris, France, and
March 26, 2014 § Leave a comment
Today i’ve decided to post up a submission from Emma Thrussell.
I enjoy reading this comic through the layout and the lovely artwork and colours used. I may also be a little bit in love with the Hamster.
Emma Thrussell is a freelance digital illustrator and designer living in Kent.
She draws her art style from her love for comics and classical fairytale illustrations.
When she isn’t drawing, she likes to spend her free time making costumes and playing video games.
March 18, 2014 § Leave a comment
March 17, 2014 § Leave a comment
Another clever story, brilliantly drawn.
I am going to try to keep publishing as we go, but I am going to run out of superlatives very quickly so may just post the comics and let them speak for themselves.
If anyone out their would like to comment or respond please feel free and I will make sure they get shown as feedback.
I live and work in London. I draw and write comic books and do other forms of illustration and graphic design. My work deals mainly with the subjects of personal transformation and psychological states. I often create stories that contrast the very ordinary with the unexpected.
March 12, 2014 § Leave a comment
As promised, here is the first of this years submissions to Adventures in Comics. It is only first because Zsolt Halmi, the artist, is the last in the list (alphabetically). His imaginative approach is a good clue for what is to come. I will keep posting the entries up as we organise the website and exhibition and try to keep everyone informed as to our plans.
There were 58 submissions this year from all over the world, and once again we are delighted to be the host of such talent and imagination. Well done all!