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Workshop event at Swedenborg House again

Another of my explore and draw events at Swedenborg House produced fine results from young visitors again.  First of all we did some warm-up drawing exercises, including drawing different facial expressions on a young Swedenborg – thanks to some brave volunteers … Continue reading

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Asterix exhibition visit

Nothing like wearing an empowering winged helmet to cheer you up after a difficult week … Camden’s Jewish Museum is showing a wonderful exhibition devoted to comic strip hero Asterix‘s co-creator Rene Goscinny.    With a dressing-up box. Thanks to … Continue reading

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Unreliable Memoir – work in progress

Some stories gallop along, leaping over obstacles – deadlines always help – and others are like very complicated igsaws you have to carefully fit together.  Unreliable Memoir (working title) is one of the latter, and even if I complete it, … Continue reading

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My comic strip workshop at Stillpoint London

Deep concentration and some intriguing results at last night’s comic strip workshop, at Stillpoint in Clerkenwell, with psychotherapists, writers and artists taking part. Great fun.  And biscuits. The workshop included my showing a slide show of work by comic strip … Continue reading

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Quails in space

All sorts of creatures have been sent into space by NASA and the Russian space agency to see how they would react in zero gravity. In the 1970s quail eggs were launched into the unknown …

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Sally Kindberg’s workshops at Wembley Primary School

Busy day last week at Wembley Primary School (of about 900 pupils) running five workshops with five different classes of enthusiastic Year 4 children, showing and talking about my Draw It! London book and The Comic Strip Greatest Greek Myths, both … Continue reading

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My comic strip for Draw The Line Comics

‘Make sure your children are reading books and watching movies that present a diverse range of characters, and expose them to worlds outside their own …’ My brief for new website Draw The Line, over 100 comic strips by different artists, each … Continue reading

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Sally Kindberg’s Space drawing workshop at LICAF 2016

What happens when beings from Outer Space nip down to the wondrous Lakes International Comic Art Festival and plan to steal Kendal Mint Cake?  More than 25 participants at my comic strip workshop had some pretty marvellous ideas, and one or two visitors from … Continue reading

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How To Find True Love comic strips

Some years ago I started writing/drawing my How To Find True Love comic strips, hoping that magically it would turn into a best selling guide book.  At the time I was dating a pantomime goose.  It didn’t work out.  The interspecies … Continue reading

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Caroline Herschel at the Herschel Museum in Bath

Last weekend whilst visiting the fascinating Herschel Museum in Bath I spotted these pages (below) from an old DC Wonder Woman comic book about the life of Caroline Herschel.  I knew something about Caroline and her brother William from illustrating The Comic Book History of … Continue reading

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