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Video podcast: The art of David Lloyd (being Dave… part 2)

July 11, 2008

Panel Borders – The art of David Lloyd (being Dave… part 2) video podcast
Audio version broadcast at 5.35pm, 10/07/08 on Resonance FM

Alex Fitch and David Lloyd

A special video edition of Panel Borders – In the second of two podcasts about artists called Dave who worked with writer Alan Moore, Alex Fitch talks to artist David Lloyd about his career, about working with Alan on V for Vendetta and about the challenges of illustrating graphic novels such as The Horrorist and Kickback.”

There are a couple of versions of the video available to download at including jpg screen grabs and an animated gif of the video…
For the audio version of this podcast, click here

Links: Wikipedia pages on David and V for Vendetta
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Also: Online now at Manchester Met’ Contemporary Film and Video:

Tales from the Flat: the movie! (sort of)

To quote one of the stars, Oliver Lambden: “Alex Thomson, Jack Tomkins and Jon Hull recently completed their final piece for their film degrees at Manchester Uni and they decided to make a short documentay all about Modern Monstrosity and The Camden Comics Stall. Give it a watch, it’s bloody awesome, the soundtrack’s amazing, it’s only ten minutes long and it’s viewable here…”

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  1. Panel Borders on youtube « “Reality Check” & “Panel Borders” reblogged this and added:

    […] youtube versions of Alex’s interviews with David Lloyd, Alan Moore, Malcolm McDowell, Guy Maddin and Bryan Talbot (online this time-ish next week) to […]

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