Monday, November 23, 2009
Hey. I've had a few people get onto me now wondering what the story is with ordering the Angel sketchbook off me, so here's the skinny. The book itself is 84 pages and costs 10.00 euro. The postage and packaging(anywhere in the world) would be another 5 euro, so you're looking at 15 quid altogether. The book turned out really nicely and I'm very happy with it, so it does come recommended, if only by Brian and I!
Fire an email off to email@example.com if ye're interested.
UPDATE- Oop, meant to say that my preferred payment system is paypal, but sure we can work something out if needs be. We're all friends here.
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Ahoy-hoy gentle readers, just a reminder that myself and most of the other Micks(everyone 'cept PJ) will be signing copies of the new Micks sketchbook next saturday the 14th from 3-5pm in Forbidden Planet Dublin. We'll be making fools of ourselves all evening afterwards at the Twisted Peeper on Abbey Street, do join us won't you!
Here are the details from the Forbidden Planet International website:
'Regular readers will already know we’ve been enjoying the art being shared on the Irish comics collective blog Eclectic Micks over the last while and that the Micks had decided to publish their very own sketchbook, drawing, no pun intended, on the artwork the seven of them take turns to post daily on the blog. I’m delighted to say the home turf Irish launch for the sketchbook will be taking place in the Dublin FPI branch (5-6 Crampton Quay, phone 0035 3167 10688) on Saturday 14th November from 3 to 5pm. Stephen Mooney (Angel; After The Fall), Will Sliney (Farscape), Stephen Thompson (Die Hard; Year One) Bob Byrne (Mr. Amperduke), Declan Shalvey (28 Days Later) and Nick Roche (Transformers) should all be present to talk to fans and sign copies, with a planned bash afterwards in the Twisted Pepper. The Irish comics scene has really been developing well in recent years and I hope if you’re in the area you’ll come on down and lend the boys some support.'
PS- I'll bring along some copies of my own Angel sketchbook for anybody who's interested. It turned out pretty bloody sweet.