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In this month’s Art Review magazine you can find these two pages. They’re also online, along with with a nice big interview with me, here at Paul Gravett’s site. The brief for AR was to do something with Nao, but it couldn’t be from the book, these had to be original, previously unseen pages. After having had just over two hundred pages to play around with, I was more than a little worried about what I could do in such a limited space. As is often the case, inspiration struck when I was in the shower.
Gah, it feels so long since I posted something here, I’ve forgotten how it all works.
Anyway, the book is pretty much all done, I think it should all be signed off within the next week or two. It’s been proof read and mistakes have been corrected, the pages before and after the actual ‘comics stuff’ have all been designed. I’m really pleased with how it’s looking. Read more »
Haven’t posted anything for a long time – sorry. Been really busy, still drawing Nao (only 60 pages left to draw!… But then I have to paint them all… 183 of them…)
Anyway, this post is about ‘Nelson’, which you can also read about here… A brilliantly conceived project by Rob Davis who is jointly editing it with Woodrow Phoenix, both of whom are very much contributing brilliant work to the book as well. There’s some great people involved and the contributors list reads like a who’s who of British comics. After originally saying yes, I then had to pull out because of my workload on Nao… Luckily Rob came back to me with an idea and we managed to sort something out. I’m very pleased and proud to be involved in such an excellent project and can’t wait to have a hard copy in my hands, hopefully some time around November… I’ve purposely kept myself from looking at the artwork that came after my year, so that it’ll be a surprise when I read it… but what I have seen looks amazing.
A few people have already asked me if I had a Grifter, I didn’t (although I desperately wanted one), I had a Strika for ages, then I think a second hand racer with cowhorn handle bars (I wanted one of these but we couldn’t afford it). Before finally graduating to the new found fad of BMXing.
In other news, I’ve got a top secret meeting tomorrow about something I’m very excited about. Wish me luck.