So, as we come up to a year since the great shift to digital, I thought it was worth writing up some of my experiences of digital zine workshops - both run independently and as part of Edinburgh Zine Library. These aren't absolute rules, but reflections on my own practice. I'm sure you can disregard... Continue Reading →
(Disclaimer: this 100% would be a zine if I wasn't currently cycling through France, so bear with.) SPOILER ALERT - lots of chat of the plot of Ghosts CW: experiences of voice hearing, unusual experiences, liberal interpretation of a comic sitcom 'Watch this with me, it's funny and I want to watch it with you.' My... Continue Reading →
We'll be at the Winter Zine Fair at Paradise Palms on Sun 9th Dec 1 - 5.30pm, along with loads of other great local zine n comic talent. Free entry. Come on down!
This is a 8 page A5 black and white comic drawn with brush pen, fine liner and a white Posca marker. It was inspired by a walk that took me past the closed Forth Park Hospital in Kirkcaldy, and a mountain goats song. It's about loss, ownership, and the spaces of our dreamscape. A very... Continue Reading →
As part of Rough Draft, I co-run a young people's art club at a coffee shop in Kirkcaldy. The session before we had focused on still life drawing, and observing what was in front of us. So for this session I wanted to focus on communicating things that we couldn't see. For the starter activity,... Continue Reading →