News — The Broons & Oor Wullie

THE MAGIC OF BEFORE-AND-AFTER

Posted by John Reynolds on

How a handpulled screenprint is made - layering the ink one by one, with an example from the Comic Art Website stable, the Scottish icon Oor Wullie, showing the red layer and then the black on top of it.

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Focus on Oor Wullie - Scotland's favourite son

Posted by John Reynolds on

Oor Wullie is a great subject to screenprint. The original draughtsman, Dudley D Watkins, was also the first to draw Desperate Dan in the Dandy and Lord Snooty in The Beano. Panels have great composition, so it's relatively easy to pick some to stand alone as screenprints.

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ASTERIX AND OOR WULLIE: TWO NEW MEDIUM FORMAT SCREENPRINTS

Posted by John jpr@thecomicartwebsite.com on

I’ve just printed two images in medium format for the first time: Asterix dances and Oor Wullie gives a peace sign.

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Sale! 25% off Broons and Oor Wullie prints

Posted by John Patrick Reynolds on

I have reduced the price of selected standard sized Broons and Oor Wullie prints by 25%, so the price falls from £40 to £30 per 26cms x 19cms print. These were all drawn by Dudley D Watkins, who continued to produce the stories until his death in 1969, and exhibits the skill he had in […]

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The Broons go fishing

Posted by John Patrick Reynolds on

SALE ITEM: The Broons go fishing – I love the way the panel has internal echoes. Paw Broon and Granpaw Broon form a pair, as do their fishing rods, the speech bubbles, the hilltops and even the rocks in the river. And a ‘but and ben’ is apparently a two-roomed cottage in the countryside. It […]

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