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18th Oct 2010

This year’s 24 hour comic

I’ve had a hankering to do a comic for children since the 2D Festival last year, when there were so many kids at the event but I had nothing that was particularly suitable for them. I also have a nine-year-old niece and a six-year-old nephew, and I wanted to do something for them. So at this year’s 24 Hour Comics Day, I did.

I wanted to challenge myself in another way, too, by working in colour. There were long periods drawing this I was completely in the zone, and I think I’ve done a pretty decent comic, even if I say so myself. So here it is: Rise at Sundown. Click through to read it.

Rise at Sundown

Two more comics from this year’s Belfast event are already online: Stephen Downey’s untitled comic, and Andy Luke’s Don’t Get Lost. There’s also one from the Dublin event: Cliodhna Lyons’ Underground. Read and enjoy.

2 Responses to “This year’s 24 hour comic”

  1. Edel Ryder Says:

    I love it Paddy! I really enjoyed reading it, and the contrast between the color land and black and white “reality” was really effective.

    Well done!

  2. paddybrown Says:

    Cheers Edel!

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