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Leeds, here we come!

Wooot! I'm finishing up some work and then I pack and jump in the car with my trusty steed (umm, husband) to head to Thought Bubble! I'll be at my table, offering sketches, prints and a smile for most of the weekend. You can also find me in these places:

11:00 - 11:30 - SelfMadeHero signing
14:00 - 15:10 - Cosplay judging (with Sonia Leong and Yishan Li - should be a blast!)
16:00 - 16:30 - SelfMadeHero
18:30 - 19:30 - Women in Sequential Art (with Mel Gibson, Yishan li, Sarah Lightman and Nicola Streeten)

14:50 - 15:50 - Character Workshop at Leeds Library

Be sure to check out the rest of the amazing lineup as well - it's going to be a fantastic show! ^_^


Home again

This time my travels took me to the Leeds Thought Bubble event. Oh man, what an awesome weekend. I spent Friday night at Jamie McKelvie's crib in London. We ate nice pizza, home-made cake, and prepared for the day ahead. Sadly the next day started pretty badly - but we now both agree that it makes for a great story, haha. Basically me being unfit and having legs that are too short; Jamie being too speedy and underestimating just how shit my sense of direction is XD. When I tell people not to leave me on my own - I mean it. BUAHAHAH. But somehow, we made it onto the train. Kieron Gillen didn't. :p So - not the best start to the day, but the glory of thought bubble soon cast a blanket over that. I haven't really heard a bad word about the show. We all had a smashing time and I miss everyone badly. I took part in two panels: Women in Comics and Manga influence. Both went really well and got a good response. Just in general there was a whole sense of unity at the con. We were all geeks together and it felt fabulous! I'm a bit rubbish at con reports, but yes - had to at least rave about what a good time I had. I saw familiar faces and met a few fantastic new ones. *hugs* to everyone! Now, back to work.