“Here’s a bunch of brand new new things out for LACF5:
Individual cards, range of 5 designs, each cello bagged with envelopes.
Boxed Greetings Cards
10 x greetings cards, all 5 designs, extra xmas cards on a variety of stock.
A collection of all my greetings card designs, bundled together and presented in a magical box.
All ten cards and ten envelopes are tied up in pretty blue ribbon and presented in a custom designed box packaging.
Lucky Looky – Pocket Mirrors
Lucky Looky – pocket mirror sets, illustrated with a noble bird and leaves in four choices of colour palette.
Whether you like the leaves green in summer, yellow and red in autumn or frosty blue in winter, there’s a good lookin’ and luck givin’ mirror here for you.
Each mirror set comes packaged in a cello bag, with a matching illustrated header. There are four colours to choose from: green, red, blue and yellow”
James Couk Downing
‘s got a new print, and is also selling this crazy one-off hand-drawn version:
And Adam Cadwell
will have his fat volume of The Everyday to flog:
See you tomorrow!
We’re still confirming the full exhibitor list, but to tickle your comic fancies the lineup so far includes:
James ‘Couk’ Downing
Andy ‘Hexjibber’ Sykes
and of course your humble hosts Steve Tillotson
and Hugh Raine. More exhibitors to be announced shortly.
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Thanks to everyone who came, to Helen and Geof for bringing tables and all the comic shops in Leeds for their support!
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Who? – Hello, my name is Adam Cadwell.
What? – Comics! For the last four years I’ve mostly been drawing my own face in autobio comics such as my now completed webcomic The Everyday and my stories in the anthology Solipsistic Pop but I’m moving into fiction with my next comic Blood Blokes about slacker vampires.
I’ll be selling the The Everyday print collections along with badges and postcard books and original art for sale. I’ll have the art for Blood Blokes on view and I may also have some copies of Solpop with me and a Welsh zombie comedy horror comic called Stiffs which I coloured and lettered.
Where? – I live in Manchester and most of my work is set in this sun-kissed paradise.
When? – Whenever I can. I draw for a living as a freelance storyboard artist and illustrator, so when I’m not getting paid to draw things I draw my own things.
Why? – Like breathing, drinking Vimto or pouting in photographs, I just can’t help it. Drawing and making comics is what I do and I’ve always done it.
How? – I draw everything on paper then ink with a brush pen, then scan and colour in Photoshop on my Mac. For printing, I put together a pdf using InDesign then take it to Marc the Printers in Manchester who do a fine job of doing all the things I’m sick of; the printing, compiling, folding and stapling of hundreds of copies.