Having finally landed myself a job I can actually justify the expense of going to the Bristol Comic Expo in May. Yay! I'll not have a table, although I understand that there will be copies of Into The Woods on sale at one of the publisher tables so I'll no doubt end up doing a stint there as well to help promote the book. I will bring copies of my comics with me though so if you would like anything then let me know and I'll try and track you down.
Even though I have now got a job I could honestly do with paying for Bristol in advance with my art, so I'm doing the semi-regular call for commissions and sales of existing art.
Commissions: £25 A4 black & white inked, £40 A3 black & white inked. No specific limit to how many characters I will draw within reason, any subject as long as it's legal. Colour commissions also available, price dependent on what you want and how long it will take me to draw. Please be aware that because of working full time commissions (especially colour ones) are likely to take me a lot longer than normal. I will be taking commissions but I'll have to spread them out over a longer time so I can't promise to accept all commission enquiries.
Existing art (including comics pages from The Dead Queen Detectives and The Queen Of Diamonds) £15 A4 black & white, £25 A3 black & white, pieces prices on request. Almost everything in my Gallery that isn't mentioned as having been done as a commission is available (apart from a few exceptions).
The Dead Queen Detectives #1 & The Dead Queen Detectives #2: International Queens £2 each. As recommended by both Jen Van Meter and Gail Simone. Imagine the Four Marys crossed with Scooby-Doo and The Tudors and it'll give you a vague idea of what to expect from the Dead Queens.
The Queen Of Diamonds #1-9 £5. Very gay superheroics with a distinctly Northern sense of humour.
All plus postage and packing (£4 UK, £7 rest of the world unless you order *loads* in which case it'll be how ever much it is to post). If, however, you are going to be at Bristol and can wait till May then I can bring any art with me rather than posting it. I will still need payment in advance though, so it's up to you whether you want to wait till May to get a drawing or pay a little more for the postage.
If you would like anything please let me know by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org