This past weekend, I was at my 6th(!) 24h Comic Day event in Leipzig. Now that I'd completed the challenge a couple of times, I thought I'd try a little something different, and pre-wrote a longer script, of which I only drew the first part (of 2). At 19 pages, it's not really a proper #24HCD comic, but it's the exact part of the story I prepared and wanted to get done. Here's a photo of the pages as they looked at the end of the 24h time period:
Here's a photo of the whole 24h comic-drawing troupe during a pizza break (shot by my gf Katja Klengel):
And here's a before/after group shot (left: Saturday at noon, right: Sunday at noon):
There's a very entertaining longer report about the event by first-timer David Füleki on his blog (in German): READ IT
I will likely edit and color my own 24h comic soon, although I might wait with its publication until I draw the second part at our next 24h Comic Day in spring. In the meantime, you can read all my other 24h comics HERE.
Friday, October 2, 2015
These are some life drawings from two recent(-ish) 'Drink & Draw' events in Berlin. One of them had a 50s theme, the other an 80s theme. If you follow me on Instagram, you may have already seen these, but in case you're only following the blog, here you go: