Mondays at Serieskolan, teaching the students everything I know so they can conquer the world out there!
Tuesdays at Malmö University, teaching sketching techniques. The diligent students follow my crazy gudelines so well, and they evolve fast! I'm impressed!
The rest of the week is a mix of:
...finishing my manga Hearts of Midsummer for Nosebleed Studio's next anthology
...doing economy papers for Nosebleed Studio, Wasabi Press and my own company
...sending books to printers and recieving them.
...detail-planning A Sword Princess Tale, my next big project!
|The diligent students at the sketching course at Malmö University.|
Here's a photo of the two fabulous books, fresh of the printers!
I look forward to have them on Nosebleed Studio's book table for sale at all the events we're attending this year (check the list to the right to see which ones).
But, what is really stressing me out right now is the short story Hearts of Midsummer for Nosebleed Studio's next anthology, with a Swedish theme. I'm still screentoning and the book needs to go to the printers on the 1st of March! I hope I'll make it!
Here's a little short description on the storyline:
Julia is forced to celebrate Midsummer's Eve in her home village with her childhood friend Dennis' family. They havn't met up in two years, and last time they did he confessed to her that he likes her. So embarrassing! What will happend when the meet again? Will this be a Midsummer's Eve she will always remember or just wants to forget?
I really need to finish this manga short story NOW! Because 1) I have to start drawing A Sword Princess Tale to make it to the deadlines, and 2) I want to send HoM to Ribbon as my third entry, hopefully before the deadline in March! So much work!!
Ok, back to the drawing table! Please email me if you are interested in the books!