Monday, December 17, 2012

Admin Monday 17th Dec 2012


I guess there's going to be a bit of an XMas break for the next few weeks.... our next normal Pub Scrawl would be on the 24th, so that's a no deal. Look for us to be back live on the 7th of January, 2013! There may even be a new event for a New Year.

We'll keep the chatter minimal for the next few weeks to let everyone relax for their Christmas break, but there will still be a small update on the 31st. Keep an eye peeled.


While we're waiting for the New Year and the next Pub Scrawl, we can make some art for our friends over at The Gazebo! Their theme for their next free RPG Magazine is "virtual gaming". Send them something now!

Helen Gomez is publishing a list (the? list) of Art Workers in Galway so let her know if you want to be included.

Kevin Gough (honorary Pub Scrawler, but more usually a Cork Drink & Draw'er) had some his art selected for an exhibition in the Glucksman Gallery in Cork. This exhibition is moving around the country so keep an eye out for it! Congratulations Kevin!

I've been updating my blog more recently in the last while. I would appreciate any views, comments and feedback! Don't forget to check out everyone's blogs, DeviantArts etc - mostly listed under "Our Lovely Members" over on the right hand side. Also, keep an eye out for a new tab up top with everyone's websites and details.

We have one of these new Google+ Community pages for you to come join.


Dan Dos Santos posted a how-to about how to photograph your paintings.

Stephanie pointed us toward the Sketchbook Project, a travelling library of Sketchbooks.

Declan linked to OFF LIFE - an online version of the UK Indie Comics Magazine.

The Audio Stream for "The Perfect Bait" by Bobby Chiu is free until the 10th of January. Go listen!

I LOVE the idea behind The Sketchbook Project II. I want to do something similar someday with Pub Scrawl.

I also LOVE collaborative Sketch Blogs. Joy Teeth is back active on Tumblr. Check them out.

You'll find very little as charming as the Greatest Story Ever Told.

And everyone should check out these Anamorphic Illusions!

Phil Barrett over at Blackshapes made this cool promo image for the "Culture File" podcast.
(Follow the link to Phil's blog for the full picture - it's worth it!)

I've linked to Otto Schmidt's art before, but this tribute to Daria and Jane is the best thing he's done for those who love the 90's!

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