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It Was One of the Most Exciting Times of My Life!

29th Oct 2020, 5:00 PM in 1: We're So Connected It Kills Me
It Was One of the Most Exciting Times of My Life!
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Coireall 29th Oct 2020, 5:00 PM
How're ye? Right, a bit of news...

Around the start of Irish quarantine (Mid-March), I was contacted by the awesome Colin O'Mahoney to illustrate one of his comics, to be published online. I'm now chuffed to say that "The Animals of Penny Wood" will be available to read in the coming days (between now and the next update of Vulgar Vulgar -- maybe even for Halloween)! You'll be able to find it on Colin's site; I'll attach a link to his homepage for now (with some equally good content of his!), but will change it to the specific link once it's up.

It tells the tale of a gang of lively animals enacting some dastardly tricks on the local farmer, with some dire consequences. Bookmark this page, you really won't want to miss it.

The Animals of Penny Wood: by Colin O'Mahoney and Coireall Carroll Kent

In the meantime, give ESRA a read, Colin's previous collaboration with artist Podge Daly.

EDIT (30/10/20): The Animals of Penny Wood is up! Be sure to have a look by clicking the banner above.

Otherwise, keep up-to-date via my Instagram.


JCorrachComics 29th Oct 2020, 7:53 PM
I've been damn near in hysterics at these kids commentary, this is exactly how i remember sex ed in grade 7 lmfao
Coireall 30th Oct 2020, 12:19 PM
Come to think of it, I don't think I've met anyone who hasn't said their sex-ed class was either "hysterical", "traumatising" or "non-existent"....!
r-o-o-t-w-o-o-d 29th Oct 2020, 11:22 PM
That's some mouth there
Coireall 30th Oct 2020, 12:23 PM
The usual rigamarole, yes!
demontales 29th Oct 2020, 11:55 PM
Gorguss is my new favorite word. I know I've commented similarly on the last pages but those chat comments just keep making my day
Coireall 30th Oct 2020, 12:28 PM
Hear-hear to fumbly keypads and happy accidents! Thank you though -- the comments under here make my day in a similar sort of way!
ithidunes 30th Oct 2020, 7:08 PM
👄👄👄!!! Nothin but mouths all the way down aksdfjakdsjfasf

(I'm diggin the Animals of Penny Wood art, btw! Your process infographic over on Colins site is super rad too- do you illustrate Vulgar Vulgar in traditional inks too? :O Thats so cooolllll)
Coireall 30th Oct 2020, 11:59 PM
Argh, thanks so much for giving it a read!! Vulgar Vulgar's made using *almost* the same process as The Animals of Penny Wood (although the pens I ink VV with tend to be a lot thicker for that pulpy sort of feel). So there's a [i]verrry[/i chonky folder with every VV page in it at the pre-colour stage (might bring it out for an update in the future if ye'd like to see my baby). It's something I get stick for, but I like making comics in (pretty much) the old fashioned way, with all the annoying scanning and goings-on that come with it!