Contrivin’ a Cover for the Evil Star Graphic Novel: a History | Lee O'Connor's Blog
Dev-Con Exeter Sketches | Lee O'Connor's Blog
New mega-blog with lots of actual proper content: every single step of the Evil Star graphic novel cover progression…
World Book Day Waterstones Comic Workshop Photos
So, Thor. Click through for the rest. There’s a nice King of the Old Ones in there…
The Power of Five: ‘Evil Star’ graphic novel out now! | Lee O'Connor's Blog
The second volume of the Power of Five graphic novel series -’Evil Star’ Is out… Now!
Written by Anthony Horowitz, adapted by Tony Lee and drawn by me, this is the longest solo-art-duties book I’ve had out yet; weighing in a a hefty 170 pages!
Head on over to the blog for some more pics and links to buy from the webshop of your choice!
Wishing you and yours the very happiest of holidays, and all the best for 2014!
Could this be the end of Highly Questionable Santa..?
Enjoy, and - as always - sorry.
(And if you’re a glutton for punishment - even of the capital’ variety - and want to look at HQS’ previous yearly assaults against common decency, click here…
Exeter Sketches, Winter 2013 | Lee O'Connor's Blog
Drift Record Shop Christmas Window 2013: The Comic Blow-out
Just a little clutch of sketches from the wee Exeter Comic Expo earlier on today:
Not Quite 22 Sketches | Lee O'Connor's Blog
Just drew on the windows of the Drift Record Shop yesterday - this window was the most ambitious I/we’ve done yet as it was an eight-frame comic spread accross eight giant window panes!
The story was written by R.G. at Drift, and for the common touch, concerned (un)popular hate figure Simon Cowell and a Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol' analogue…
Dev-Con 1 Sketches
Just got back from the 22 Panels Comic Art Show in Falmouth (yes, the name is a nod to artist Wally Wood‘s ’22 Panels That Always Work’ reference sheet) - Cornwall’s first comic event, apparently – the cool thing was the focus on comic art. Here are some sketches I did while I was there, hanging out with the region’s best artists…
See what they did there? The con’s in Devon, and ‘Dev-con’ is like ‘Def-con’, you get the picture. Anyway, this was mad busy, click through for lots of sketches…
Subterranean Iron-Pick Blues
Little limited-palette digi-painting I did quickly after I’d just finished a long photo-shopping session. This is a Dwarf (yes, one of those Tolkein-esque fantasy things) from the indie game phenomenon that is Dwarf Fortress.
He’s a worker of some kind and is just brooding away in the darkness at the bottom of the pump stack of his underground home, thinking about how he’ll only ever see sunlight again if he’s really lucky, and how he’ll be spending the rest of his life eating subterranean mushrooms…
Bartkira pages originals, workings and rough drawings
Bristol Comic Expo 2013 Sketches
Over on me blog, click through from the title…
Lee O’Connor is a British comics artist and illustrator based in Devon whose work has appeared in “The Power of Five” graphic novels Raven’s Gate and Evil Star from Walker Books, the cult European comics magazine Heavy Metal, the “Phonogram” series from Image Comics, the IRAQ graphic novel published by the international humanitarian charity War on Want, Pat Mills’ “The Ayatollah’s Son” in the Ctrl.Alt.Shift Unmasks Corruption anthology, as well as small-press and indie comics in the UK and the US. Currently he is developing comics with the celebrated Mancunian author Jeff Noon.
See more of Lee’s striking work on his website and on his blog.
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I’ll be at the ‘22 Panels’ Comic Art Show at Falmouth in Cornwall at the end of October! See you there if you’re goin’, Kernow piskies…