Sarah McIntyre (jabberworks) wrote,
Sarah McIntyre
jabberworks

low energy

This comic doesn't reflect the whole of Low Energy Day, which seemed like a lot of fun and I got some cool mini comics there. My favourite comic I bought was one called Amusing Paper by Alastair Maceachern, really nice work. (seanazz can give a more well rounded look at the day's event). I arrived just before closing and then went to the nearby Wetherspoons with a lot of the participants and met some really nice people. Buying drinks was horrendous, I don't go to those kinds of pubs very often. I was still a little tired from it today, though, and not from drinking too much. I drew this scrappy comic on the train to Epsom, where I fell asleep at a barbecue.




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