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Mecha design for MO-BOT High series 2
Magazine cover illustration DOCTOR WHO sample art, p1 MO-BOT High series 2 cover
     

EVENTS

Neill attends lots of comics and book events across the UK, signing and sketching copies of Mo-Bot High - please keep an eye on Neill's blog for news of upcoming appearances.

Neill is available for school and library events, giving illustrated talks and running workshops on creating comics, designing robots, and all sort of fun things like that. Full details on the types of events I can offer, costs etc. are provided in this information sheet.

Contact neill@neillcameron.com for more details or to arrange a visit!

TALKS & WORKSHOPS

Neill is happy to visit schools, libraries and bookshops in the UK. His events are suitable for boys and girls aged 6+, and for audiences of 10-200, depending on the format of the event. Neill has a couple of standard event formats, including:

HOW TO MAKE (AWESOME) COMICS - WORKSHOP: suitable for up to 30 children, and more suitable for younger children (ages 6-12), this is a workshop where Neill shows participants how to generate (awesome) ideas for comics, and then how to turn those ideas into a comic story!

 

GIANT ROBOT DESIGN FOR BEGINNERS - WORKSHOP: suitable for up to 30 children, and more suitable for younger children (ages 6-12), this is a workshop where Neill shows some of his own robot designs from comics and books, and then works with the participants to design their own robots!

ILLUSTRATED TALK: suitable for larger audiences, all ages, this is an illustrated presentation where Neill talks about his art and his influences, how comics work, and does some live interactive audience-participation style comics-drawing!
It’s stand-up comics!

Download Neill's events information sheet for full details, or contact neill@neillcameron.com with any queries!

EVENT REPORTS

Check out all Neill's event reports over on the blog!



A talk at Widecombe Primary School, Widecombe-in-the-Moor


Neill drawing live at Kingswood Primary School - photo by Alex Milway
Neill at BICS 2010, photo by Sarah McIntyre