There’s been quite a bit of press on the launch of Draw The Line, which has really helped spread the word. Some of the more notable examples:
- Broken Frontier were nice enough to let me natter on at length
- Forbidden Planet's piece brought us lots of visitors
- Standard Issue's Jo Neary, who was one of the Draw The Line artists, interviewed me too
- Our aims obviously chimed very well with Positive News and they’ve been tweeting out the images as well as covering us in this piece
Thanks also to everyone who is sharing Draw The Line on social media — it’s been great to see the images get such wide coverage. As a reminder,they’re all covered under a Creative Commons licence, which means that anyone is welcome to share them on their own website or elsewhere, so long as the artist is credited and the use is non-commercial.
We’re also on pretty much every social media channel ourselves, so if you’d like to see the images at a steady pace of a couple per day, you can follow Draw The Line on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and Instagram.
I’ve already shared my own work for Draw The Line so here are a couple more that I really like (although in truth, it is hard to pick: I am fond of so many of them).
Image by Nicholas Sputnik Miller
Image by Karen Rubins
And of course you can see all the rest at www.drawthelinecomics.com.