Monday, 27 October 2014

London MCM Comic Con October 2014






Thank you very much to everyone who came by the table in the Comic Village at MCM Comic Con last weekend! sarahfogg and I had a really great con. Sarah’s new Yawamushi Pedal stickers were very popular. (The original paintings are in the close up photo - lovely!)

Hopefully we’ll see some of you at Thought Bubble festival on the 15th-16th November. Our table will be in New Dock hall this year. (full up to date events list on the blog sidebar)

If you’re interested in buying our comics online you can find What’s The Time Mrs. Woolf? and Sarah’s comics on Sarah’s Etsy Shop and the joint Goth Anthology, Music Zine and my comics over on my Etsy Shop.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

LICAF 2014









Thank you very much to everyone who came by our table in the Clock Tower at LICAF. Sarah and I had a really fantastic weekend there. Sarah was working on her Inktober drawing behind the table. You should have a look at the 24hr comic challenge blog if you haven't seen it yet. 

We'll be sharing a full table at London MCM Comic Con this weekend. We'll be there Friday-Sunday and you'll be able to find our table in the Comics Village section of the event. (There should be a map in the show guide and ceiling banners to help out). Sarah will be taking along the extra anime stickers and hand sewn mini note books. We'll have FREE MINI COMICS to hand out - if we miss handing one to you the secret password is 'Do you have a business card?'

If you're interested in buying our comics online you can find What's The Time Mrs. Woolf? and Sarah's comics on Sarah's Etsy Shop and the joint Goth Anthology, Music Zine and my comics over on my Etsy Shop


Wednesday, 15 October 2014

Leamington Zine #6


I made a skateboard comic for Leamington Zine #6. The theme this time was Fall Back/Spring Forward. I think the zine will be launching at Leamington Comic Con which is happening this weekend. If not keep an eye out for the usual detailed stock listings on the LZ Facebook page.

Unfortunately I wont be at the Leamington event because I'm sharing a half table with Sarah Fogg at LICAF in Kendal. We'll be taking some free mini comics to hand out - the secret password is 'Do you have a business card?'

Sunday, 5 October 2014

Bristol Comic and Zine Fair 2014


  


Thank you very much to everyone at the Bristol Comic and Zine Fair yesterday! I had fun with Sarah Fogg behind the table drawing glittery make up on some of my Free Mini Comics.

The next event on our comics tour will be The Lakes International Comic Arts Festival (LICAF). We have a half table in the Comics Clock Tower. Please come and say hi. We’ll be taking some Free Mini Comics to hand out - the secret password is ‘Do you have a business card?’. (full events list can be found on the blog sidebar)

If you’re interested if buying some some comics and can’t make it to any of the events they are available to order online through Sarah’s Etsy Shop or my Etsy Shop (which has finally been converted into GBP).

Friday, 3 October 2014

This Is Not A Serios Music Publication Autumn 2014






This Is Not A Serious Music Publication Autumn 2014 is now printed and ready to launch along with the latest issue of What's The Time Mrs Woolf? at Bristol Comic & Zine Fair this Saturday! I’ll be sharing a half table with Sarah Fogg and we will be bringing FREE MINI COMICS & ZINES to hand out to anyone interested. :) See you there!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/sammyborras
£3
Shipping: £1.50
International Shipping: £7

Articles, illustrations and comics featuring Baby Metal, Damon Albarn, Gorillaz, Pixies, Bat For Lashes, Franz Ferdinand, Courtney Barnett, Honeyblood, Glass Animals, Dizraeli, Animal Collective, Roadidendren, Haim, We Are Scientists, Cecile Corbel, Adventure Time and Regular Show.

"It probably seems silly to be printing a music zine at a time when music blogs are becoming a popular alternative. You can listen to the music at the same time as reading the articles and news updates are instant. We realised we don’t have the time to keep up with it all, so last year, instead of trying, we decided to create a music zine together, where we could write about the music that makes us happy! We had so much fun making the first one that we decided to make more whenever we have enough material to fill a new issue. We’ve filled this issue with music themed comics, gig sketches, articles and illustrations. We hope you enjoyed reading it as much as we enjoyed writing it!"

A5
36 Interior Pages
Black and White Interior
Hand Coloured Gold Tooth (Paint Marker)
Dove Grey Card Cover

Monday, 29 September 2014

Leamington Zine #5



I drew a small autobio comic for Leamington Zine about getting a haircut. The theme this time was new beginnings. LZ stock listings and online files to past zines can be found on their Facebook page.

Friday, 26 September 2014

InZine Fest


Thank you to everyone at InZine Fest in Coventry yesterday! I had a really great time despite a recovering headcold. It was good to meet local zine and comics creators and some arty students who passed through.

The next event I'm attending with Sarah Fogg will be the Bristol Comic & Zine Fair next saturday! We're sharing a half table so stock will be slightly limited. We're on time so far to launch the next issue of our music zine This Is Not A Serious Music Publication and the autumn issue of What's The Time Mrs. Woolf?

Saturday, 20 September 2014

Portrait Commissions


 




Over the summer I did a series of portraits for a personal commission. It was fun designing all those killer clowns. If you would like more information on commissions please visit this page for examples and a rough price guide. Thank you.

I have added some extra comics and zine fairs this autumn, see the blog sidebar for the current list.

Friday, 12 September 2014

Off The Record


Over the summer I've mostly been working on illustration commissions. I helped out with the posters/leaflets for Off The Record. You can find out more about the event on their facebook page.

Friday, 29 August 2014

Greenbelt Gig Sketches 2014



I went to Greenbelt Festival last weekend and did some gig sketches while I was there. On Friday night I saw  The Hackney Colliery Band and Stonoway preform on the Glade stage.






And on Sunday we went to The Rising in the Big Top which included Martyn Joseph, Rory Butler, Heather Hind and Chris T-T.




I doodled some of my own characters while I was at the festival. They don't have names yet because I'm trying not to get attached to them early in case the story requires design changes.