Origami cat faces are super easy to make if you want to try one yourself (thought you might impress people more with a dod, just sayin’).
It’s true that Sam and Rudy really do deliver origami paper and so they’ve become pretty good at origami itself. I stick to the simplar stuff when it comes to this folding paper shenanigans but if you fancy making your own origami dog then check out this video:
Till next time!
The new year has begun! I mean, sure it’s already February and the fresh optimism of the 2014 might already be wearing off but whatever, lets keep blindly moving forward!
As a little wrap up of last year, I exhibited at Thought Bubble with my good friend Martin Kirby (creator of the wonderful Freelancers, go read it!) and while I was a nervous wreck most the time I still met a lot of really cool people. Hopefully we will be going again this year and be slightly more prepared! (Why didn’t we think to make business card in time aaarh!).
This year I just want to do more of everything! More comics, more drawing, more reading, more writing! Space Dog has been around for a while now but it was always on the back burner, updating sporadically then going radio silence for months at a time. However, first and foremost I want 2014 to be the year where I follow that little header up there that says “updates Monday”. I’m doing pretty good so far, so here’s to a year of updates at The Space Adventures of Space Dog in Space.
Now I’d best be off to work on this Mondays update.
So last November I went down to my first proper comic convention, Thought Bubble! I had a great time meeting artists, seeing cool comic stuff and some neat knight amour and weapons in the royal armouries hall it was being hosted at. Leeds also turned out to be a pretty lovely city and I wish I’d had more time to be in it.
After being inspired by all these creators and their comics one of my friends thought the best way to get our work moving was to have a Big Scary Deadline. So he booked us a table for this year’s Though Bubble. Queue panic. Welp! Hopefully we’ll make it through this Big Scary Deadline and have another amazing time in Leeds.
Anyway you should keep an eye on my dear deadline deliverer Kirby, and his awesome comic Freelancers.