Nottingham Comic Con 2016, or Def Con (Part) One!
After what's been a hectic week of drawing, inking, scanning and page-setting, I finally managed to get a pdf off to the folks at inky little fingers and now after only a short wait, what should arrive on my doorstep but a consignment of box-fresh comic books all ready for sale at Nottingham Comic Con this Saturday.
I'm going to have two versions of the book for sale, one will be the standard price of £3 and there's also going to be a bumper pack that will contain a postcard and these hand-made stickers for £5. Now I'm just waiting for the vinyl pop-up banner to be delivered and that will be everything.
If you are coming along to Nottingham then you'll be able to find me all day at Table L52 on the lower level and from 12-12.30 I'll be on a panel with Chris Imber and Sally Jane Thompson on Creating Your Own comics compered by the incomparable Tony Esmond of The Awesome Comics Podcast. Check back here in a couple of days for Part Two in which I let you know how it all went!
Patreon is live
I have finally set myself up with a presence on Patreon, the crowdfunding platform that allows all manner of creative types to connect with people that want to support them. Essentially it's a subscription service that lets people pledge a small donation each month in return for all kinds of neat rewards. If you'd like to know more about how it works and what I'll be offering in terms of art, then follow this link to Nick Prolix's Patreon Page where I explain things in a bit more detail (and with a few more pictures!). Also, if you have a friend who you think might be interested in a webcomic about a dodgy North London wideboy in a wide-awake suit then do please spread the word. Thank you!
"The Sheep and the Wolves" is a thoroughly entertaining noir comic, here's our review! https://t.co/Lw6bjEdfrG— AP2HYC (@AP2HYC) August 25, 2016