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Drunken Highland shenanigans once more a possibility...


Initial investigations turned up that it was sold out, but it may be that the tickets haven't even went on sale yet- not sure on this.

On the surface it looks like another film/ tv celeb event due to the guests announced so far, but I sent their fb a somewhat cheeky message asking if there would be any actual comics related stuff/ creators there and got confirmation that there would be a few familiar faces there. Hopefully there might be more, though it seems they are still in the organisation phase. 'Twould be a rather dull day out if'n none of you peeps can make it. Hell, even we get some sun round about July (sometimes).

Music / Best Bassline Ever...
« on: 24 August, 2014, 10:38:25 PM »
Anyone got some love for the guitarists phat-fingering siblings?

Dunno about greatest evers- too many good ones too choose from, But I love the bassline from Flux of Pink Indians 'Myxomatosis', every time I hear it, up goes the volume. Simple as hell- but bouncy and catchy.


Events / Aberdeen's Granite City Comic Con 2015
« on: 09 July, 2014, 10:56:47 PM »
Just found out about this, I know it's early but... i'll forget if I don't do it now.
Right after my birthday as well. So... anyone up for a proper Nort meet up at this one?


Off Topic / Online Comics Creation fun
« on: 27 July, 2013, 08:44:15 PM »
Used this for a special needs class a while back- it was fun...

here's one I made earler...

I know Marvel has quite a sophisticated one of these, It would be great to have a 2k one

Events / Glasgow Comic Mart, Sat 26th February, Queen Margaret Union
« on: 07 January, 2011, 09:44:19 PM »
Just posting this over from Comics Corner:


This has been announced, but no more info. available elsewhere as yet.

Stand by for updates."

That's all there is for now- I'll post over any updates that appear. Anyone know about this/ fancy going etc?
I might take the megabus doon for this.

Creative Common / Creative Common Cwestion...
« on: 07 November, 2010, 11:45:57 PM »
Was there a thread for 2000ad re-panelled pictures (taking a 2000ad panel and re-imagining it), or was it a competition theme, or is it a figment of my imagination?

I took some time out from drawing lots of little panels to do a quick chick-pic today. It was nice just to be able to breathe on the page a bit. It's not anything like a finished piece of that, but it's served it's purpose (to give my head a break) so it probably won't get any further.
My rendition of Captain Sarita, though I tried to make her a bit more Arabic featured around the nose and mouth to make her a bit more exotic- I really love Steve Yeowell's art a lot, but I'll concede his women are sometimes a bit 'samey'. Anyhoo- like it, hate it or go 'meh'!

Books & Comics / Buffy the Anarcho-Syndicalist
« on: 08 January, 2010, 06:17:03 PM »
Anyone happen to have seen this?

Buffy fights capitalist vampires

there is a page on display here:

Capitalism Bites!

looks like a bit of fun...

Books & Comics / 2000ad Action Special
« on: 26 October, 2009, 02:19:52 AM »
I got this from a charity shop for a mere £1 Scots the other day- bought it out of curiosity as I wasn't aware of it's existence.
There's some really good stuff in here- Sean Philips' art on Steel Claw, Jim Baikie's Cursitor Doom was pretty nifty as well. Mark Millar's The Spider was a good read too- I liked the bit where Tri-man's costume is stitched to his skin 'to protect his secret identity'. I liked this. A lot.
Best of all was Doctor Sin with John Smith and John Burns. A good read- tongue in cheek tale where Sin comes across as being a bit, well, mental! "Wherever I go in this village there is waywardness and degeneracy"- sounds like where I live. The artwork from John Burns was brilliant as usual.

Anyone else get this? Presumably I'll be one of the few who missed it...

General / SuperImam?
« on: 13 September, 2009, 08:54:50 PM »
This may have been posted already, but the board moves so fast these days I find it hard to keep up...

Has anyone seen this...

Help! / Hive Mind- Illustrator help...
« on: 22 August, 2009, 04:58:52 PM »
I just got my hands on Illustrator 8.0.1 and installed it yesterday. It seemed to install ok but I'm having difficulties getting it to start. I even tried reinstalling. Same thing happens.

I know this is a very old version of Illustrator (but it's all I have), I noticed that there is some sort of script to install for Windows NT users- could this be a compatibility issue as I am on XP (Home and I think I installed Service Pack 2 IIRC)?

I know there a few folks on here who have a fair bit of experience with Illustrator, so I'm wondering if anyone could please offer a bit of advice with getting it going. Thanks in advance for any advice and assistance!

Don't strart crying your eyes out because your work isn't accepted as a masterpiece from day one.

Spell 'start' right, you cnut!

If you need to steal someone elses work for you to feel an ounce of self-worth on a no-name forum on the internet, you need more help than we can offer.

Heh! This is a great line.

General / Eagle Awards- voting proper...
« on: 12 July, 2009, 01:35:56 PM »
Anyone know when the voting proper for the Eagle awards?

Also, does anyone have some sort of list of the final nominations, or is that secret until voting starts?
(I missed the nominations bit...  :-[ )

General / Life Spugs because...
« on: 04 March, 2009, 08:00:25 PM »
All the positivity on the other thread is making me feel a bit sick.
So on with some good old fashioned whining and bitching...

Life Spugs because oor bands latest split cd release ('Northern Bastards: Pict Punk Split') looks like being derailed due to a certain controversy over one of the other bands in on it. Not entirely undeserved like, but irritating all the same. Just a couple of weeks before we were ready to self release and play a couple of gigs with the other bands on it. Everything is up in the air now and we've worked damned hard on the cd design as well as recording our tracks and shmoozing with bands and gig promoters to make it all happen.

Cheer me up by making me laugh at all your misery- which I hope is far more serious than mine (nothin' personal you understand)!

Books & Comics / Look What I got today...
« on: 19 April, 2008, 12:18:57 AM »
and I didna even hae tae speir efter it...

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