I participated in the final event of the weekend, talking a little about drawing in London and Paris as well as helping out José-Louis Bocquet, author of the fabulous Kiki de Montparnasse, by drawing a model dressed in nothing but Kiki-esque 1930s underwear...
There was also absinthe, macarons and truckloads of really legendary Franco-Belgian comics guys.
I seem to always make some kind of odd face while drawing...
"Can I stop this and have a drink now?"
It's getting like Jennifer's Diary around here:
In case that wasn't enough I'd like to announce some more upcoming events.
On Thursday 13th a lauch for the excellent White Review at Foyles. YOU can come - just rsvp on the link. I have a piece in it.
On Monday 17th I'll be talking at Laydeez do Comics. You can come to that too: you don't even have to be a Laydee to attend. And apparently they all have curry afterwards which is certainly a plus-factor for me.
See you at one of them?
(Incidentally the winner of my Tate competition - picked out of a hat - is James Hopkin, the final entrant!)