Modern-Cave Drawing sessions with Ingi the caveman!

It’s time for another library workshop on behalf of Stockton Borough Libraries.

During the upcoming half-term we’ll be venturing on a cave drawing journey with Ingi the Caveman!

There are three drop-in sessions on offer for children from 5 years old and upwards:

On Tuesday the 29th
10:00 – 12:00 at Billingham Library
14:00 – 16:00 at Thornaby Library, Westbury Street

On Thursday the 31st
13:00 – 15:00 at Stockton Central Library

Click here for more info on Stockton’s Events Page

Hope to see you there! :)

Science Themed Workshop during Asteroid Belter’s launch.

During the launch event for the Asteroid Belter: The Newcastle Science Comic on September the 7th at the Newcastle City Library, I did a drop-in Science themed cartoon workshop for all ages.
The workshop was very well attended, with over 50 people taking part, and all did their very best – of that I can assure you :)

Click the picture above to see an album of drawings the children and parents did.

Launch event of the Asteroid Belter: The Newcastle Science Comic

It’s going to be a Comic Extravaganza at the launch event of the Asteroid Belter: The Newcastle Science Comic, this coming Saturday at the City Library in Newcastle.

I will run a science themed cartoon drawing drop-in session from for youngsters of all ages! (that means that parents will have to do with

I also strongly suggest, if you’re interested in making comics, that you join the fabulous Art Heroes for their comic making workshops. They’ll be running two of them during the event!

Well, I hope to see you there!

- Click here for more info on the event - 

Creepy House workshops at Yarm and Stockton Central Libraries.

I just did two great workshops with really creative children at the Stockton Central and Yarm libraries. As so often before I really enjoyed the experience and I have a feeling that the children did too. If you follow this link to the TeesToons Facebook page, you will find two albums with picture that the children drew of me (ingi) as a Creepy Critter – Imagine that! :)

Many thanks for a great time!

Creepy House Cartoon Workshop!

I’ll be doing a themed course at the Stockton and Yarm libraries on the 28th and 29th of August. The theme is this years Summer Reading Challenge ‘Creepy House’ Ooooooo! :)

Date for the diary… Join us for a Creepy House Cartoon Workshop with Icelandic illustrator, Ingi Jensson. Wednesday 28th August from 1pm-3pm at Stockton Central Library (01642 526522) or Thursday 29th August from 10am-12noon at Yarm Library (01642 528152). Booking is essential, so please contact either Stockton Central or Yarm Library to guarantee a place. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

The two Monsters In Motion, Ingi and Zubaidah.

Click here for more info!

My muscles ache!

Great day today with Zubaidah of Vivid Dance as we jointly did our Dancing & Drawing workshop, Monsters In Motion, at Priory Woods School in Middlesbrough.

The dancing part was great fun for me, but now I’m suffering the consequences with aching muscles all over :-)

Looking forward to next week’s session!

Monsters In Motion at Priory Woods with Vivid Dance

This week I’ll be Monstering about with Vivid Dance as we deliver the first of 6 Monsters in Motion sessions at Priory Woods in Middlesbrough.

Before the school holidays we met up with the pupils and got to know them – and they, us – and I can safely say that it’s bound be loads of fun!


*In plain English: “I’m looking forward to monster about at Priory Woods School!”

Last day at Hemlington Hall Primary

I just couldn’t have asked for more creativity from the children and their parents/grandparents. I manged to get everyone drawing comics and even spotted a hidden talent in one of the dads :-) I had so much fun and I can safely say that the kids did too.
I really enjoyed my time at the school and now I’m looking forward to see the comics that the children will produce in their Course on Japanese culture.
You all did extremely well!

Comic making at Hemlington Hall Primary


Today I (ingi) taught the creative children at Hemlington Hall Primary how to make comics in Manga style. This was my third session of 4.
Next week the children will bring a parent in and together we will all make comics. If last year’s session is anything to go by we’ll have great fun!

This is the third year I deliver my How To Draw Manga at Hemlington Hall Primary.

Looking forward to get all the parents making comics next week! :-)