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Friday
Sep142012

Two press releases

So - the comic that I teased last post by myself and Paul Duffield was revealed as TXA; a ten-pager commissioned by the London School of Hygeine and Tropical Medicine. Click the banner for one of the write-ups as well as a link to the full comic:

And the other news that broke over the weekend was regarding the incredible search for the remains of Richard III, a subject close to my heart. I was amazingly happy to be asked to provide illustration for the press conference, and enlisted the help of Kate Brown and Paul Duffield in making the images come to life with colour and borders. An exciting time for fans of the white boar!
Click the above banner for more on the dig. And the one below for a little teaser I posted on my tumblr regarding just why the whole thing was so exciting for me to be a part of!
All this and of course Shadowkiss is still moving on as well. I'm over twenty pages into pencils on the book, and I just know you guys are going to love it!

Reader Comments (2)

The illustrations for Richard III are spectacular. When do you expect to complete the Book and will you produced art prints or posters of the illustrations?
November 18, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterW. F Fitzgibbons
Thank you! The book will be a little way off, I'm afraid. The images from the dig technically belong to the university, but maybe we could look into making prints from them! Worth considering! ^_^
November 20, 2012 | Registered CommenterEmma Vieceli

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