Cloudscape’s newest anthology, Bones of the Coast, is looking for submissions! Edited by Cloudscape’s very own Jeff Ellis, Shannon Campbell, and Kathleen Jacques, Bones of the Coast is a collection of horror inspired by the Pacific Northwest. We’re looking for story pitches that focus on isolation and spine-tingling eeriness, whether it lurks in cold . . . → Read More: Call for Submissions: Bones of the Coast
We have two submissions for the first installment of our revived Comics Battle. Vote on which one you like the best!
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Who wrote the best comic about summer?
Luke Southwell (79%, 31 Votes) Jeff Ellis (21%, 8 Votes)
Total Voters: 39
The theme for . . . → Read More: Comic Battle: Worst Part of Summer
Cloudscape members Jeff Ellis, Kathleen Jacques, and Bevan Thomas were interviewed about Mega Fauna and our launch party for Douglas College’s student newspaper, The Other Press. They discuss creating Mega Fauna, the Kickstarter fundraiser, and of course the upcoming Mega Fauna launch party on May 22. To read the article, visit “Kickstarter in the . . . → Read More: Cloudscape Comics Interviewed in “The Other Press”
This weekend is Emerald City, the Pacific Coast’s largest comic convention! If you’re in Seattle visiting the con, stop by booth 1507 in Artist Alley to chat with Cloudscape members Jeff Ellis, Jonathon Dalton, and Angela Melick. If you haven’t already, you can pick up a copy of our new book, Mega Fauna, there. . . . → Read More: Cloudscape at Emerald City
At the Cloudscape AGM last week, a lot of discussion was had about our direction for the next year, and a new board was voted on. Some board members have changed rolls and a new member has joined the board. The new board is as follows:
Oliver McTavish-Wisden is our new president Jeff Ellis (former . . . → Read More: New Cloudscape Board of Directors
There is still time to sign-up for the Illustrating the Graphic Novel class at Langara College being taught by Cloudscape president Jeff Ellis! Starting January 17, participants will be introduced to the varied applications used in narrative art: media techniques, character-development, and story-telling. All forms of the medium will be explored, from graphic novels . . . → Read More: Sign-up for Jeff Ellis’ Comics Class at Langara College