Whilst graphic designing and sign-making for Whole Foods Market, I am still working on my comics for Aces Weekly, visiting comic cons and sketching!
I stayed with a french family in France and took my sketchbook with me. Here are a few of the sketches from my book:
I also recently had a table at Macclesfield comic con where I promoted my comics in Aces Weekly. You can read my comics among many others from the greats at: http://acesweekly.co.uk/
Scouring the internet during the obligitory brain downtime, I came across the fake religion – Last Thursdayism. So inspired was I by people who create a fake religions in their spare time, that I felt compelled to write a story. And here we are, my new comic ‘Last Thursday’ is coming soon (September 7th) to Aces Weekly.
Last Thursdayism isn’t a fake religion, it’s real. And you’d better believe it.
Panel extracts from Last Thursday – Emma Chinnery
Original artwork from Dreams of a Low Carbon Future is being exhibited at the Cartoon Museum, London and everyone who goes to see it gets a free copy! It is a lovely museum as I used to volunteer and take classes there a few years ago. Hope you find time before June to go.
Hello dear readers, you’ll be pleased to know that I’m a runner-up in ‘The Young Cartoonist of the Year Award’ under 30’s category. There will be an exhibition soon at the Cartoon Museum in Holborn, London which I’ll be in. In my secret life, I have folders full of humorous cartoons on scraps of paper that I do for my own amusement (or procrastination). This cartoon was adapted from one of those. Go to www.cartoonmuseum.org to check out the winners!
We had an exciting time last week as my partner Corban won the Observer/Comica/ Cape Prize, we’re both comics/cartooning enthusiasts.
I’m currently writing out my graphic novel. You see, I’ve already drawn the whole thing out three times, but it’s still not right and I’m a perfectionist. It’s definitely clearing my mind to write freely because I tend to write things that I would avoid drawing.