Drawing of Ailsa Craig from my indyref comic for Comic Soapbox. Ailsa Craig is an uninhabited island off the Ayrshire coast that is teeming with seabirds, especially gannets. It’s an awe-inspiring site to see as you drive along the coastline.
The whole island is a nature reserve and is also famous for its granite, which is used in curling stones (and was also used in the baton for the Commonwealth Games). 
I included Ailsa Craig in the comic as an example of Scotland’s amazing wildlife, which is a huge asset to our country, and also because curling is a sport we’re actually pretty good at!

Drawing of Ailsa Craig from my indyref comic for Comic Soapbox. Ailsa Craig is an uninhabited island off the Ayrshire coast that is teeming with seabirds, especially gannets. It’s an awe-inspiring site to see as you drive along the coastline.

The whole island is a nature reserve and is also famous for its granite, which is used in curling stones (and was also used in the baton for the Commonwealth Games). 

I included Ailsa Craig in the comic as an example of Scotland’s amazing wildlife, which is a huge asset to our country, and also because curling is a sport we’re actually pretty good at!

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Next up we have a comic by Glasgow based comic creator Gill Hatcher.

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Gill says:

I’d been wondering for a while when someone was going to start collecting comics on the independence debate, so when Edward posted his inspiring comic earlier this year it seemed like the perfect…

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Image © Gill Hatcher 2014.
The Scottish comics scene is clearly thriving at the moment as more and more artists appear on the scene, and as events like the Edinburgh Book Festival and local comic fairs raise the profile of local artists with the public. We think it’s a really exciting…

Working on my strip right now!