The first BugPowder logo is in from Herc.
I need 30 of these things along these lines but completely different. Details are here.
Paul J Holden's forums, which have been a nice home to a number of UK small pressers, have been hacked and not for the first time. Paul's at his wits end and too busy to sort it all out so it looking for ideas. Can you help?
Photos of the many jam comics produced at Caption have been appearing all over the place. I've put the fifteen I photographed on Flickr and encourage people to add notes identifying the artists.
Brushes and Bricks is a fanzine article Andy Roberts wrote back in 1995 about learning how to draw at the London Cartoon Centre. I uploaded it to the BugPowder site a while back and completely forgot about it, but here it is. Also posted to the Remembering Andy LiveJournal.
Matthew Craig writes to pimp his latest comic, Experihondle which he's placed online. "The story of how far one might go to save their best friend - in this case, a dead dog - it's something of an exercise in different storytelling techniques. It's a bit stream-of-consciousness - the story was drawn straight onto the page in biro and bingo markers - but I'm rather proud of it."