Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Fraser here for a change. Here's a link to the site I post the occasional "Same Old Same Old" strip. Its a strip about working in the same office with the same people day-in-day-out and the resentful closeness you inevitably develop with people you don't even really like.
The strip is based on an experiment I did a few years ago when I took a single Scott Adams Dilbert strip and re-wrote it 50 different ways. For a writer who can't draw but loves doing comic strips the idea of a static three or four panels you can re do in many different ways is very appealing. Thanks to Iain for doing the art on this.
Saturday, March 21, 2009
Fraser has a new play on at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival. Heres the info;
Odds and Sods
A Rehearsed Reading of a new play written and directed by Tom Brogan and Fraser Campbell
The Ramshorn Theatre, Tuesday 24th March 2009 7.30pm Tickets £4
From the writers of the live show 'You Owe Me Glue' (GICF total sell-out 2005 & 2007) and the Radio Scotland sketch show 'The Magic Glue' comes a rehearsed reading of a comedy play set in one of Glasgow's more downmarket Bookmakers.
Sandy the bookmaker entertains a clientèle of mug punters, weirdos and reprobates – while their money’s green. What happens when the worst loser’s luck changes?
Starring (in alphabetical order)
Advance Booking: SECC 0870 0135464 www.SECxtra.com
Or contact The Ramshorn Theatre to book:
Tel: 552- 3489
Heres a strip that Fraser and I did for a Mickey Rourke anthology a year or so ago.We decided to set it at the time Mr Rourkes career was absolutely in the crapper and he was playing the big bad in a risible Dennis Rodman/Van Damme film called "Double Team".Enjoy
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Sunday, February 8, 2009
Theres a new Black Cape drawing by me up at Deadhead Comics in Edinburgh. If your going past pop in and have a look. In fact pop in anyway as its without question the best comic shop in Edinburgh!
27 Candlemaker Row
Posted by mothwitch at Sunday, February 08, 2009
Monday, February 2, 2009
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Friend of the Cape David Lupton(who did an amazing Blackcape Interpretation has a few events on at the Edinburgh International Film Festival that are worth checking out.Daves not only a genius artist but a top bloke so show your support!
Corin Hardy & David Lupton: Surrounded by Horrors Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: Sat 21 June - Sunday 6 July
Opening Hours: 12:00 - 19:00
You do not need to purchase a ticket for the exhibition, simply turn up at The GRV.
Sat 21 Jun, 12:00 The GRV Free To buy, please call Box Office
Examine the elements of an amazing music video – and even buy a part to keep.
Corin Hardy’s award winning video for The Horrors ‘She Is The New Thing’ is a painstakingly hand-created animation which recently won best International Animated Music Video in Brussels Anima 2008. For the first time, the 1000+ hand-drawn frames will be exhibited in one space, allowing visitors to be fully immersed in the animation itself. A limited run of prints signed by Corin and illustrator, David Lupton will be exclusively available to buy at the exhibition.
Corin Hardy: Punk Rock Animation Workshop
Please note the workshop runs over both days Sat 21 June 10:00 - 17:00 and Sunday 10:00 - 17:00.
Sat 21 Jun, 10:00 e.c.a. £50.00 Buy tickets
A workshop with Corin Hardy and David Lupton.
Join the maker of promos for Keane, McFly, Guillemots and the award-winning short Butterfly (EIFF 2003) in a two-day workshop which allows attendees to reimagine The Horrors ‘She Is The New Thing’. Followed by a screening of the final work and a selection of Corin's recent work. Participants should have some training in animation.
Posted by mothwitch at Thursday, June 19, 2008
Thursday, June 5, 2008
Sunday, June 1, 2008
Friday, May 30, 2008
Heres a good wee BBC video about Scottish Comics creators including Black Capes adopted parents Mr Jamie Grant and Mr Alan Grant as well as the very brilliant Mr Frank Quitely.Keep your eyes peeled for the Black Cape close-up;
Posted by mothwitch at Friday, May 30, 2008
Saturday, May 24, 2008
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Sunday, May 18, 2008
Fancy 2 new full colour Blackcapes written by Fraser Campbell,Drawn by Iain Laurie and phenomenally colored by Derek Dow?
The PDF of WASTED is available now to download for free.As well as BLACKCAPE the mag has contributions from Alan Grant, Jamie Grant,Simon Bisley,Curt Sibling,Craig Collins,Alan Kerr,Dave Alexander and many more. All wrapped up in a lovely Frank Quiety cover.
Show your support and get downloading.