Hello! I'm Paddy Lynch, a cartoonist, illustrator and graphic designer from Dublin, Ireland.

I like to make drawings and images that tell stories and communicate ideas.

Books and comics I have illustrated include: Big Jim (with Rory McConville 2013, the O'Brien Press), My Last Day at 17 (with Doug DuBois, 2015, Aperture Foundation) and my comics series Last Bus (Cardboard Press). I run the monthly Dublin Comic Jam, and publish other folks' zines and comics under the Cardboard Press imprint.

 

Let's work together!

email: paddy@patrickl.net
phone: 086 399 5654 (irl) or
+353 86 399 5654 (intl)
skype: patrickldub

 

Posts Tagged ‘comics’

In The Aquarium

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In the aquarium

A man tries to take his mind off his humdrum day job by visiting an aquarium during his lunch hour. Daydreams and anxieties collide and combine in the dimly lit corridors. A free form and open ended story that comes together after a perspective shift in the middle of the comic.

Paddy Lynch is a very talented cartoonist with an eye for body language whose comics tend to be observational character pieces… Lynch’s loose, agitated line ably captures the protagonist’s state of mind.Paddy Brown, on PaulGravette.com

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Work in progress, Week 2

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This week, I’m posting a couple of pages from a story that I was working on for an anthology submission to coincide with Design Week in Waterford. Link here. I missed the deadline in the end but will probably include the story in the next issue of Last Bus or another volume of Stop Gap. Still need to do the colours, some lettering touch ups and the title, but the guts of it is there. I tried a slightly simplified style for the drawing, inking purely with my new trusty brush pen. Anyway hope you enjoy it:

double page spread of a story dealing with fear of the environmental downside to modern technology