ECAF Programme: Presentations

Presentation Theatre

11:45 Maximised – Comic book digital workflow – from mobile to desktop – Book FREE ticket here
A demonstration of a digital workflow for the creation of comic book art and page layouts. Using the latest mobile apps, Colin Maxwell will explain his choice of digital tools and his process of moving from traditional illustration techniques to digital.
All Ages

12:45 Boat: Indy Film to Indy Comic – Book FREE ticket here
Boat is a short CGI-meets-live-action film about a very personal apocalypse. In the vein of a low budget The Road, Pincher Martin this is an eclectic and ambitious project shot in Edinburgh. Produced by Blue Iris Films and Written/Directed by David Lumsden the film was also adapted into a series of Comic books
Aged 18+

13:30 Creative Partnerships Panel – Book FREE ticket here
Whats the key to working with someone else and really finding your creative groove? Gareth K. Vile talks to comic writer/artists teams about their process, pitfalls and successes. With Heather Palmer & Allan MacRitchie (Grave Wax), Roisin Loughran and Kirsty Hunter (Violet Sea)

14:45 Rachael Stott In Conversation – Book FREE ticket here
Rachael Stott is a comic book artist and illustrator based in London. She talks about her first project with IDW, pencilling and inking the Star Trek crossovers and her mountain of work on Dr Who, I ncluding the Twelfth, Tenth and Ninth Doctors and her stepping into indie comics with Sex Criminals.
All ages

15:45 What Would Batman Do? – Book FREE ticket here
With Dr. Zara Brodie & Dr. Joanne Ingram
Do you wish you could hang out with Deadpool? When things get tough, do you think: “What would Batman do?” In this session, we’ll talk about the psychology behind being a superfan. Come along and help us understand why you might form an intimate bond with your favourite comic book characters.
All ages