The best of 24 hour drawing day

The best of 24 hour drawing day

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The team of artists at Our Books (OurBooksCambodia.com), who have been showing off their skills on the pages of Lift, recently hosted and participated in a marathon drawing session in cooperation with ComicsLifeStyle.com, the online home of Global Comics, at Java Cafe.

It was the second year of their official participation in 24 hour comics day, a worldwide celebration of the form, and the organisers are preparing to publish a printed copy of the works produced over the past two years in compilation called '48 hours'.

For more information about the event visit: http://www.24hourcomicsday.com/sites3.html

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