It has been said of me on a number of occasions that I take too much on; that I have far too many projects on the go at any one time.
That's fair comment I would say, but the problem is this: If you are a writer, you create stories, tales, novels ect, that's what you do, and when you are a cartoonist, the same applies; you have to get your images onto the page and out there into the big bad ol' world; to be placed as greeting cards (coming soon, god help my sleepless nights), or graphic novels (Brabbles & Boggitt) and of course Roswell---god help even more sleepless nights.
But when you are both writer and artist...well I think you can see what I mean.
Anyway, I was thinking about what I did yesterday and the mountain I had to climb, and I thought: why not catalogue it with the relevant times; and through the use of both scanner, finished art and screen capture, show you what I did on that particular day, Monday 9th September 2013.
Here we go, fasten your pencil sharpeners and typewriter ribbons...
Pencil & inked two panel re-do's for Fridays Brabbles & Boggitt (all of which you will see when you come back here on Friday for page 40 with its brand spanking new panels, plus the ones they replaced)
Much deserved cup of tea
Colouring a comic book page
Lunch, cup of tea and a spot of light reading
Edit my Novel, Sleepy Hamlet (Oh please God, soon to be released)
More comic page colouring
Modest Dinner with a few friends
Two more pictures for mine and Clive Wards book 101 Uses for a Dead Mother-in-Law. These are just the black and whites, they will be grey-scaled before going to print and to be released through CreateSpace in time for Christmas, as will the Brabbles & Boggitt tale.
Stop for the night and sleep...phew!
So now you know what I get up to on a daily basis, and whenever you think to your self: 'I wonder what that cartoonist chappie is up to' as I'm sure you all regularly do, well now to have and answer....
HE'S FILLING HIS TIME MESSING AROUND ON PHOTOSHOP AND BEING GENERALLY SILLY!!
But then you wouldn't have me any other way...would you?
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