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Peter Pan In Pictures, graphic adventure action: Stevie White and Fin Cramb

Pentlands Book Festival

Friday, 27 November 2015 from 20:00 to 21:00 (GMT)

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While entrance is free, donations are appreciated (£2 per person suggested) and can be made at the event.

Script to drawing to colours - creativity and action as Stevie White and colourist Fin Cramb show a graphic novel taking shape.  Stevie draws, running from one flipchart to another as we see pictures inspired by the text of Peter Pan forming on paper.  On screen a black and white image is transformed as Fin colours it on his tablet.  As all this is going on Stevie answers questions and talks about his project, demonstrating how the graphic adaptation of Peter Pan stays faithful to Barrie’s original concept.
Come and gain a fascinating insight into the development of this most recent of literary forms.  Stevie will take questions about his work, his choice of Peter Pan, about Barrie, the Scottish dimension, Neverland in pictures, and on all aspects of the graphic novel.

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Porteous' Service Room
589 Lanark Road
Juniper Green
EH14 5DE Edinburgh
United Kingdom

Friday, 27 November 2015 from 20:00 to 21:00 (GMT)


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