A few blogs back I mentioned that my routine of writing in the morning and drawing/painting/illustrating in the afternoon was different on Tuesdays because I had to be back so that I can be around to do an art club at my son's school. I also mentioned that it is the day I deliver my strip to the New Statesman.
The strip is called Payne's Grey and features a different character each week (named after a small village somewhere in Britain). I draw the faces in pen or with a brush depending on what mood I'm in, then scan them in and drop them into a framework I made in Photoshop. I then type in the text and colour them in.
There is no theme exactly. Someone once said of another strip of mine that it went A-B-K rather than A-B-C. I took it as a great compliment. Here is last week's. . .