If you haven't already, come and join us for a free comic therapy session - you never know what or who is going to happen with DEATH IN THERAPY. Mondays and Thursdays.
Follow this link to join Father Michael as he's opening up...
Here is a little taster of the characters in our regular therapy group. Its starting soon... HERE
Settle down people, settle down!
I asked GM Jordan for some teaser type worbage for the upcoming DEATH IN THERAPY pages which you will be eating with your eyes in due course, and this is what he sent back!
"It is a wonderful thing to find an artist who has the talent to breathe life into your body of work, Becs has taken a funny short story and turned it into a very funny comic strip. Just what would happen if Death showed up for therapy and is he there for the group session? Bec's work is a joy to read and takes the strips she works on to a whole other level."
Sooo, who is death and what is he doing in this group in a stark strip-lit community hall?
I am working on a new comic having wrapped up the one I was doing between July-September (which is still to be lettered). Both were written by my excellent friend and agent (!) GM Jordan of the Comic Book Alliance of GB. This is a very early taster as I'll be posting the pages here as I draw them. Any feedback is welcome as I go. So far I have been fleshing out the character designs but can't decide how much work in progress to share or whether to just come out with the first page complete. Hope you'll follow along once it kicks off towards the end of the month! Until then, I better get drawing...
I drew a little sketch for the team over at AH a while back, but hadn't yet at that stage battled a 15 page story and my graphics pad skills were still a little (more) nascent (than they are now). I think I have improved a little since then but see for yourselves. Here is the original sketch. If you haven't already you should read the AH story from the beginning, it is as its namesake suggests completely and rather awesome. www.AwesomeHospital.com
wishes she could do more to help with things