Well, that’s it for WASP 2014!
I hope you’ve enjoyed all the amazing collaborations and discovered some new strips and creators.
Thanks to all the amazing writers and artists involved, for hard work, collaborating nicely with each other and getting it all done on time!
Thanks to Francesca Dare for designing the WASP 2014 logo!
Thanks to the comic news sites that supported and promoted the project, in particular…
Finally, thanks to anyone who took the time to read any of the webcomics! Much appreciated!
Here’s one last visual treat for you from WASP 2014! Princess Ara from Francesca Dare’s Penny Blackfeather as depicted by Zarina Liew…
And if you’re wondering, there may just be a WASP 2015! Watch this space!
|One Good Thing
One Good Thing is a diary comic drawn by Rachael Smith.
Rachael started this comic in 2011 in an effort to beat depression and look at the good things around her. As well as being therapeutic for Rachael herself, One Good Thing has also inspired many of it’s readers to be more positive as well.
“If One Good Thing is Rachael Smith’s attempt to deliver something good into the world, and make the reader’s day a little better by sharing life’s ups and downs, then this smile on my face says she’s done the job.”
– Richard Bruton, Forbidden Planet International
|Writer/Creator: Rachael Smith
Rachael Smith began creating comics a few years ago, starting with weekly comic strip Vicky Park for the Leicester Mercury (which still runs today). She also keeps a diary comic One Good Thing. Her first two story comics The Way We Write and I Am Fire were both released to critical acclaim. Her third, House Party, is set to be even bigger.
“She has the style, the line, the skill to slowly build up an audience and be the next big thing.”
– Richard Burton, Forbidden Planet International
|Guest Artist: Paul Shinn
Paul Shinn is a freelance illustrator and comic artist who likes to create images which make people smile. Paul has produced comics for the bands Emmy The Great and Emperor Yes, as well as uploading various comic strips on his blog: lookwhatidrawed.blogspot.com. Paul is aiming to release his first self-published work later this year!
One Good Thing normally looks more like this..
Penny Blackfeather is a Regencypunk webcomic about a young lady who wishes to go on an adventure. It features monsters, regency balls, ghosts, magic and a parrot.
|Writer/Creator: Francesca Dare
Francesca Dare is a VFX artist from London. In her spare time she writes and draws comics, when she is not fighting giant lizards with a big stick. She likes tea and dogs.
|Guest Artist: Zarina Liew
Zarina Liew is a London-based, freelance fashion illustrator and comic artist. Her work has appeared editorially in various publications and advertorial campaigns across Europe and her comic art work includes Rosie and Jacinda (co-creator), Le Mime Webcomic and The Higgs. She’s addicted to savoury snacks and collecting plushies.
Penny Blackfeather normally looks more like this…
Eerie PD is a weekly webcomic that follows the supernatural adventures of a gun-armed detective named Cam and his strange new partner, the magical girl Eiri. It is also the story of their hapless creators, Nathaniel and Hunter, and how these newly forged friendships interconnect and lead to exciting new stories!
|Writer/Creators: Jenny McKeon & Alex Chaunyan
Jenny McKeon and Alex Chautin like comics almost as much as they like each other. Alex does most of the writing for Eerie PD while Jenny does most of the art, with some overlap between. When not working on their webcomic, they pretty much make more comics, as far as school and work will allow! The two creators live in western MA with their cat, Majora.
|Guest Artist: Holly Caddick
I studied illustration at Bristol UWE, but moved to study in Swindon in the second year. I have made my glorious return to the motherland (Bristol) and am hoping to actually do some creative work. Colourist and co-author for Headcase, I haven’t done much work on comics in the past, The Inbetween being my first attempt although it’s been long in the making!
Eerie PD normally looks more like this…