Lorenzo Etherington of The Etherington Brothers has published a free 50-page book on how to draw comics
The Etherington Brothers
Portsmouth Comic Con – International Festival of Comics has announced multiple Eisner, Harvey and Inkpot award-winning and New York Times best-selling author, Adam Hughes, to its increasingly impressive Artists Alley line-up for 2020 sponsored by Catawiki. The largest event of… Read More ›
If you’re an aspiring artist, comic artist or cartoonist, then you probably already have Lorenzo Etherington’s hugely popular, utterly brilliant How To Think When You Draw Books… and if you haven’t got them, there’s good news! There will be another chance to get your hands on copies, as part of a new crowdfunding campaign for Lorenzo’s equally talented brother Robin Etherington’s How to Write book, launching in October!
Nottingham Comic Con has launched a Kickstarter for its third anthology, Inter Space, a 40 plus page all ages comic conglomeration featuring stories from some great creators, many of them at the event on Saturday 20th October. This book has… Read More ›
The Lakes International Comic Art Festival will be hosting The Art of Stranski this October, an exhibition of Lorenzo Etheringon‘s 1940s opus, Stranski. The exhibition showcases what remains of the concept art, production stills and merchandising mock-ups that once accompanied the creation of… Read More ›
Oldham Comic Con, taking place 12th May, is a free comics-oriented event in Oldham Library, drawing on mainly comic creator talent in the North West, including Manchester. if you’re a 2000AD fan, there’s plenty to interest you based on the… Read More ›