Posts Tagged ‘Puffy’
Walls looking a bit bare? Get a print of Lucy the Octopus, a whole bunch of animals or a magical moutainscape!
Tired after putting the print up? Relax with a Lucy the Octopus or Rosie and Jacinda comic!
Feel sick after so much fun? Treat yourself better with a bear shaped box set!
If you need cheering up after today’s strip come along to the fabulous COMICA COMIKET this weekend (Saturday 10 November 2012) at the Bishopsgate Institute, London.
I’ll be there selling my wares including this…
We interrupt our ongoing Lucy meets Sandra storyline to bring you this special one panel Lucy comic.
WRITING CHARACTERS WITH RICHY K. CHANDLER
Royal Festival Hall, London
Saturday 20 October 2012, 2pm
As part of the lovely WIP Comics Group, I’ll be running a workshop on writing interesting, distinct characters that readers care about. Attendees will get to put the ideas into practice.
Click here for the event’s Facebook page.
I’ll also be at the following excellent comic shows, alongside creators of actual talent.
Come and say hi or don’t say hi and purchase one of my comics or even the new poster of today’s Lucy strip!
You can even say hi and buy stuff – woohoo!
Excel Centre, London
Friday 26 – Sunday 28 October 2012
Bishopsgate Institute, London
Saturday 10 November 2012
A little homage to the great Windsor McCay this week. His work is still so inspiring more than a hundred years later.
Monday 10 September 2012
6.30 – 9.30pm
The Rag Factory 16-18 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ
Entrance: £1.50 (including cake!)
Laydeez Do Comics is a fantastic monthly get-together where fans of comics and art (of any gender) listen to creators talk about their work and get to mingle, chat and eat cake.
I usually go there to check out the other speakers but in September I’ll be making the leap in front of the audience to show some images and talk about my work, focusing particularly on Lucy the Octopus but touching on mini-comics, Wallace & Gromit, Almost Naked Animals, music and ceramics. I might even have a few things on sale.
Panel from Laydeez Do Comics June 2012 Blog
This special extended story continues…
See Lucy visit the London based Graphic Novel Forum, one of the great regular events of the London comic scene, where she learns about incredible comic creators Kate Brown and Sally Jane Thompson plus innovative graphic novel publishers Emma Hayley & Doug Wallace of Self Made Hero.