The last of my Steamworks illustrations, produced for my stall at this year’s Glasgow MCM. Was that really a week ago?! Does this mean I have to stop talking about it? :D I’m the kind of guy who draws folk wearing wedding-cake gun-platforms, though, so I suppose a little nostalgia is the least of my issues…
Just updated my Etsy page with the Scottish Independence Referendum Illustration, “Mutually Assured Discussion”, now available to buy for a limited time here.
A A4 limited-edition colour print, detailing a passionate, localised debate between individuals voting Yes, No and Maybe in the upcoming Scottish Independence Referendum. All the major issues - what will happen to our Nectar Points? which Scottish celebrities will we have to take back? etc - are covered. Need help deciding how to vote? This won’t help a bit. But it might, maybe, make you laugh.
It’s the last few prints from a limited run that sold fast, and that I’ll probably never print off again (for obvious reasons :D). If you want one, go for it!
(Source: comicsoapboxscotland, via holidaypirate)
You like comics and illustrations and stuff? Swing by the Yuck ‘n’ Yum Zine Fair in Dundee tomorrow, because that’s where they all are! I will also be there. See you then! :D
The 3rd set of - is it Friday already?! - the 3rd set of Steamworks characters from my stall at this year’s Glasgow MCM. Whether it’s in the past or the future, the folk in this universe clearly all have incredibly resilient backs. Or really wealthy physical therapists.
Mutually Assured Discussion by Mark Brady
Today we have a fantastic piece by illustrator and undecided voter Mark Brady. Mark says:
"Being Entirely Unsure how I intend to vote in Scotland’s upcoming Independence referendum conveniently means not having to win over others with reasoned and well-thought out argument, a field in which I am not skilled. Still, while the above ‘arguments’ For or Against are entirely made up, they’re also probably not, in that they come from a place…”
You can see more of Mark’s work on his website, and follow him on tumblr and twitter.
The fine folk at Comic Soapbox have featured my Independence Referendum piece! While you’re there, it’s well worth checking out the other fantastic contributions, from some of Scotland’s best up-and-coming cartoonists and writers.
2nd round of Steamworks illustrations for my stall at this year’s Glasgow MCM. We’re not having that discussion, btw - you KNOW you’d need that many xylophones if you were a sound soldier.