Monday, February 25, 2013

Admin Monday 25 FEB 2013

Another round of notices and links from your friendly local Pub Scrawl!


We had one of our best gatherings ever last week in 091 labs. Make sure to check out the blog post!

Also, my project to make a comprehensive "About" page for all our Pub Scrawlers continues. Some are in, some are on the way, more to do! Get your pic & bio together and email me - donalfall (at)

In association with Jon, Eva and a whole host of other people, the "Sketch Ireland Network" is starting to assemble. It's just a fun way to stay updated about all the sketch groups, events and interesting stuff going on. You can go join the group on Facebook for the moment.

Our friends in SubCity Comics ‎let us know that a Short SCI-FI film production needs a storyboard artist.

"Runner, set in the year 2071 is the story of one man's quest to free planet earth from a totalitarian government hell bent on destroying mankind and all life as we know it."

This is a non budget-student production, the film will be entered into the Galway Film Fleadh 2013 and all involved will be given full credit for their work. Go over to the Facebook Page and comment on the post, or email libranpictures -at-

Yolande pointed us to the fact that Westmeath County Council is looking for an Arts Officer.

AND that Offaly County Council are doing these cool painting and drawing sessions as part of ENGAGE with Architecture.


I'm awfully fond of Golden Age of American Illustration Illustrators, and this new website dedicated to the Art of Harry Anderson is a treasure trove.

Imaginism Studios has launched a cool new comic project.

Valentine's Day brought us this cute animation.

Alanna shared this very informative instructional video:

AS WELL AS this set of tips for becoming a Game Artist.

The guys in SubCity also pointed us towards this interesting idea from Mark Waid.

Mary linked to this interesting restaurant and gallery we may have to contact...

Mark Kennedy over at the Temple of the Seven Golden Camels blog had an amazing post about face shapes in comics (and Art in general).

Ruaidhri clued us in to Blackberry's contest to illustrate Neil Gaiman tales.

Iggy asked who needs paper?

Whereas I shared this deep musing on the nature of Conceptual Art -

Cos Koniotis is planning on self-publishing a set of Art books that includes one of his sketches, thought processes etc - it looks amazing.

Come join us next Monday in McSwiggans for Pub Scrawl #81 - When to use an Interrobang?!

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