It's been a while since i've pushed a Kickstarter i'm really interested in on my blog, but i've been waiting for this particular project for almost a year. I've watching the creator, Clare Thompson work on each watercolour image with painstaking detail on her Instagram and just HAVE to see the printed result. The book … Continue reading Stormcaller Kickstarter
Frisson Comics are currently exhibiting at the first ever Edinburgh Comic Art Festival with our first book and zines. While I'm here I'm doing some shopping for unusual comics to add to the collection. Of course Triskelion by Kathryn Briggs stands out. I was immediately drawn to the fine art quality of her work, reminiscent … Continue reading Edinburgh Comic Art Festival- Kathryn Briggs
Decided to have a play with watercolours for a change of pace from my comic, I'm sadly too impatient and there's a lot of unintentional smudging though I'm not sure if it adds or detracts really, or even if it really looks like her (though I think the grungy textures definitely represent Hole).
Had a little play with water couples last night after not touching them for quite a long time. I forgot how versatile they are and how even kinda crappy pictures can be fixed with a dash of colour! I decided to redraw my mermaid who I previously drew digitally which was fun to do … Continue reading Watercolours
Another oldie that I still feel pretty proud of 🙂 made with dip pen and water colour this is the Paleman from Pan's Labyrinth by Guillermo del Toro.