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Showing posts with label steve saville. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Paper Trail

 Sarah Laing shares commissioned portraits of New Zealand artists and writers.

Roger Langridge has digitally released a previously unpublished 70 page comic created in the 90's, The Thirteenth Floor. Read about it here, available as a PDF and CBZ.

Langridge is also featuring in upcoming volumes of UK digital anthology Aces Weekly with The Fez Eldritch Detective.

Neil Sanders animation and illustration tumblr.

Jase Harper's Guh!

151 Capture Creatures by Becky Dreistadt and Frank Gibson.

Frank and Becky hourly comics. 

15 Comic Books are launching in Melbourne on March 2nd at this years BA3. Previews are going up daily on facebook and tumblr.

Endless Karma by Dan Cross and M. P. Fikaris.

Josh Santospirito writes about his recent performance with Christopher Downes of the Shipwright & the Banshee.

The Shipwright and The Banshee: MONA FOMA Performance from Chris Downes on Vimeo.

Just Be Honest For Now tumblr.

"Aftermath", objects & drawings by Leigh Rigozzi & Lachlan Conn.  Opening Friday February 8th, 6-8pm. Open Thursday - Saturday 12-5pm until Feb 24. Facebook it here.

Paul Mason writes about his cover design process for The Soldier Legacy's Strange Tales one-shot from Blackhouse Comics.

Hannah Nolan at Sensory Ghost

Tom Scott 2013 editorial cartoons.

Recently passed New Zealand broadcaster Paul Holmes portrayed by various cartoonists in The New Zealand Herald.

 Paul Holmes transition to Prime TV by Trace Hodgson

Rachel Fenton's Escape Behaviours.

Steve Saville on comics in the classroom and creativity part one and part two.

Aggressive Comics interview with Milk Shadow Publisher James Andre.

  Photo by Bobby N.

From the Pikitia Press WIP folder:

Keeping busy cleaning up scans for a book on New Zealand comics by Geoff Harrison. Here's some scans of New Zealand editions of Simon and Kirby's horror anthology series Black Magic, originally published by Prize Comics in the 1950's.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Funtime Comics

Christchurch comics collective Funtime Comics have sent their latest anthology to the printers with contributors from across New Zealand and abroad. Issue #26 Zines, Zines, Music Hall Fruits sports a cover by Lee-Yan Marquez and comes almost two years after the previous issue. Artist's featured in this issue are: Ned Wenlock, Bob McMahon, Jason Franks Mike Athey, Daniel Brader, Ari Freeman, Debra Boyesk, Isaac Freeman, Marc Barnes, Tessa McLaughlin, Kurt Lewis, David Piper, Tim Danko and Steve Saville.

Check Funtime's Facebook for more details and information about regular drawing workshops in Christchurch hosted by Funtimes Editor Isaac Freeman.