Greetings and hello!
I’ve done a guest page for the (normally) semi-auto-bio webcomic ‘Teach English in Japan’, as the lovely & talented Jeff Ellis is enjoying some much deserved vacation time from his project. You can read the first of the two-pager on Jeff’s site today: http://www.teachenglishinjapan.ca/
I am also elbow-deep in a new minicomic called ‘the Glastig’, which I am working to have completed by Word Under the Street at the end of this September, at which I have a FULL table (To all the locals: I hope to see you there!). It is not often that I have a full table, and so I am excited to fill it up with awesome stuff for you to look at. Once ‘The Glastig’ is available, I’ll post it here too, so don’t worry.
I hope that summer has treated you well and that you make the most out of these last few days of it. All the best!
It’s no secret that I love parasites. They are elegant and bizarre, and ubiquitous! Every living thing on the planet is host to it’s own unique medley of internal parasites. Is it not comforting to know that one is never alone?
This series of miniature sculptures are my own take on what internal parasites might exist on other planets. You never know – these might not be too far from reality!
These little guys are for sale on my Etsy storefront. Get them before they find another host!
Today was the Word Under the Street portion of Vancouver Public Library’s Annual Literary festival: Word On the Street.
Last year was my first, sharing a table with Cloudscape Comics. This year I decided to try and deck out an entire table. It was a great day full of great people. Unfortunately I didn’t get any pictures, but I do have a scan of my new comic.
Glastig is a 20 page mini about a Scottish satyr who uses her mysterious charisma to lure a traveller far from the road. It’s got a black and white interior, and was a lot of fun to make – I’ll always jump at the change to draw goats. This debuted at Word Under the Street, and was really well received. Continue reading