Here what the kids came up with on day 2 of my talk at Marden PS
I did a bunch of talks at East Marden PS today. Here are the drawing that the kids came up with in the character creation part.
This is a picture of my mate, Wael.
On Friday 25th I did a few talks at Greenacres Library. I had classes of kids come in from surrounding schools.
Here’s what the kids came up with in the character creation section.
First we have Bob the dog. He has a burger for a body, T-rex arms and robot legs. He lives in a giant marshmallow in Candy land.
Secondly we have Alex the Cat. He has a book for a body, snakes for arms and one robot leg and one dinosaur leg. Alex lives on an alien planet.
A big thank you to all the staff and kids for making it a really awesome day.
On Wednesday 23rd I did a few talks at two different locations. The first talks were at Semaphore Library. Classes of kids came in from surrounding schools.
Here is what the kids came up with in my character creation section of the talks.
First we have Jeff the pig. He has ice creams for arms, a book for a body and tentacles for legs. He lives in a pumpkin in Candy land.
Secondly we have Jeff the dog. He has T-rex arms, shovels for legs and a pug dog for a body. He lives on an alien world.
Next I went drove over to Port Adelaide Enfield Library.
the kids there came up with these gems.
first we have Bob the Monkey. He has snakes for arms, a donut for a body and chicken legs. He lives in a giant burger on the Moon.
Lastly we have Paul the elephant. He has crab arms, a burger for a body and robot legs. He lives in a giant robot dog on Mars.
It was a day full of fun and laughs. All the staff and kids at each library made me feel really welcome.
On Monday 21st I did a bunch of Book Week talks at Flagstaff Hill R-7. This school is actually my old primary school. So much has changed. There is a bunch of new play equipment all through the school.
As usual I did my character creation section. This is what the kids came up with.
First up we have Billy the pig. He has pencils for arms, chicken legs and a banana for a body. He lives in a volcano in Candy land.
Here we have Stick the monkey. muscle man body, T-rex arms and corn for legs. The lives in a cupboard on Mars.
Third we have Jeff the rabbit. He has unicorns for arms, a donut for a body and eyeballs for legs. He lives in a giant chezzel on the Moon.
Lastly we have Ben the dog. He has a sagetti and meatballs body, robot arms and piranhas for legs. He lives in a donut on mars as well.
Thanks to all the kids and staff for making my visit awesome. It was great to see my old Primary school again.
I spent a day at Nazareth Catholic College Primary Campus on Monday and it was great!
Awesome students and awesome staff. They have a cool community cafe as well!
Below is what the students came up with brainstorming characters and locations.
First we has Jeff. He has a bear’s head, robot arms, a donut for a body and fish tails for legs. He lives in an old shoe in Candy Land.
Next we have Bob the cat. He has tentacles for arms, a soccer ball for a body and unicorns for legs. He lives in a birthday cake on Mars.
Lastly we have Meaty the pig. She has bacon arms, a shark for a body and chicken drumsticks for legs. She lives in a fridge under the sea.
It was a great day and I would like to thank Grace and Marie for making me feel very welcome.
Book Week is fast approaching and I have also started already going to schools getting in early. On Monday the 31st I went down to Woodville Gardens Primary. This is actually the local school of my area so it only took me 2 minutes to drive there.
Once there, the kids and teachers were great! It’s awesome to know that I have such a good school so close to my house.
Here is what 2 of the 3 groups came up with in my character creation part of the sessions. Unfortunately my camera didn’t work for the 3rd session (sorry guys)
First we have HAMMY the pig. Hammy has a burger for a body, T-rex arm and human legs. He lives in a giant TV on Mars.
Next we have BOB. Bob is an elephant that has a chicken for a body, crayfish arms and robot legs. He lives in a giant turtle shell on the moon.
Happy Easter from me and the team at GREENLIGHT COMICS
This is a drawing I did for the shop.
Look what came in the mail today!!! My advanced copy of HOT DOG 2 PARTY TIME! The 2nd book in the series drawn by me and written by Anh Do. Awesomely wrapped with party gear by Rebecca at Scholastic Australia!
I did a bunch of talks over the last 2 weeks at Blair Athol Primary School. Blair Athol is a very cool, new school with lots of ‘outside the box’ ideas.
Here is what the kids came up with in the character creation part of the talks.
Monday 24th: Today I’m doing talks at Colonel Light Gardens Primary School. Everyone was welcoming and awesome!
I did my usual character creation part t the end of my talk. here is what the kids came up with:
First we have Bob the pig. He has a pizza body, tentacles for arms and sporks for legs. He lives in a giant potato in the world of marshmallows.
Next we have Timmy the koala. Timmy has T-Rex arms, a hotdog for a body and penguin legs. Unforunatly we ran out of time to draw what world he was from but at least I got librarian Simone in the shot.
Last we have Jimmy the cat. Jimmy has a burrito for a body, Twisties for arms and light bulbs for legs. He lives in a giant TV on a huge tennis ball.
I really enjoyed day one of my Colonel Light Gardens PS talks and I look forward to tomorrow for day 2.
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I got to do do a talk at the Seaford and Woodcroft library.
As usual I did my character creation part at the end with the kids. Here is what they came up with.
My first stop was Woodcroft Library. There we got Blobbles the Horse. Blobbles has squid arms, cows for legs and a cardboard box for a body. He lives in a giant shoe in the land of bubbles.
Next at Seaford Library we got Milo the cat. Milo also had squid arms, Parrot legs and a orange for a body. He lives in a giant peanut in Pig World.
Sean Williams, Amanda Blair and I did a panel talk on story creation. All three of us had to make up a story on the spot. My part was to also draw stuff from the story on a whiteboard. In the end we didn’t finish the whole story but I think the audience got a good example of the creative process.
It was a great day. I had fun, got to hang with other like minded people and drink wine. Big thanks goes out to all the people that worked super hard to organise the event. People don’t realise how much work goes into putting on one of these events.