July 18, 2018
I’ve decided to revamp the corner box logo for the cover pages of Killer Kamote Komiks. I started adding a corner box logo on my comics initially in 2016 but I began making comics since 2014. I’ve come so far as I’ve already put out 24 issues. You can see the evolution of the corner box I’m talking about below.
I’m currently developing the storyline for my next comic. I think Universal Language will be put on hold as I have another idea for a comic book. I’m still not that sure if it’ll be the one I’m going to do for the succeeding issue of Killer Kamote Komiks, though. But, you can visit this blog from time to time for future updates about the next comic I’m going to make.
That’s it for now. Thanks to you reading this.
June 12, 2018
After a few years, I finally used acrylic paint again. I know, I suck at traditional painting but I just wanted to try it again. I’m more comfortable and capable of painting digitally, though. Less mess or entirely no mess at all as you don’t have to worry mixing different colors of your paint with water, you can easily purge any portion of your painting and all those things you can do in Photoshop or any other program you can use that you cannot do in traditional painting. I painted this in only an hour or so, this includes coming up with what I’m going to paint and the text that I wrote on the canvas.
I painted this earlier:
“Dog and Bactidol”
Acrylic on 14″ x 16″ canvas
I’m just joking. I was the one suffering from coughs and colds these past few days but I’m feeling much better now. I’m going to join Inktober this coming October. But, I’m going to pick only one theme every week. So, that’s five illustrations in October for Inktober, I’ll try to make it funny, of course. Similar to my illustration above. Although, it’s only going to be ink, ostensibly. That’s why they called it Inktober. 😀 And then, I’m going to print a few copies of those five illustrations and sell them at the annual Komikon in November together with my recent comics, “Silly Persons” and “Berdugo”. I’ll skip Komiket in October 2018 as I’ve decided to attend that event as a fanboy and support my fellow comic creators. By February 2019, at Komiket, that’s the time I’ll join that event as a comic creator and sell my new work. I’ll most probably have another new comic by then and I’ll launch it on that comic event or if not, at Summer Komikon, also in 2019. For now, I’m going to take a break making comics.
Huge thanks to you reading this!
September 18, 2017
Here’s an illustration/digital painting of mine today of “Norman” from Daniel Clowes’ graphic novel and this was actually also adapted into a movie a very long time ago, entitled, “Ghost World”. I’m a big fan of Sir Daniel Clowes’ work, especially, Ghost World so I made a fan art and here it is. Most people who are also a fan of Ghost World would most probably make a fan art by illustrating Enid and Rebecca (the main characters on this graphic novel/movie I mentioned). I avoided that so I drew “Norman” instead. He’s an old guy who always sits on a bench on a bus stop but the bus line on that area got re-routed a lot of years ago, shown on and off on the graphic novel/movie I’m talking about. One day, a bus came and Norman finally went on to his destination. Nobody knows where and even Enid (the protagonist, one of the main characters of the said comics/movie) rode that bus at the end of the graphic novel/movie.
I already said this before but I still have this thing that I worry about, it really bugs me a lot- when will my neighbor really take a bath.
September is about to end and the holiday season is around the corner. I want to greet everyone who reads/follows my work, happy holidays to all of you guys! 😀
December 13, 2016.
I’m still currently working on my latest comic “Dog of God” from time to time. In the meantime, here’s an old crappy charcoal illustration of mine that I found on my laptop’s hard drive while I was cleaning my files. Albeit, I already lost this though, I only have this pic of the actual illustration.
Happy Holidays to all of you people who reads my comics! 😀
September 25, 2016
Backgrounds that I drew a really long time ago for my short 2D animated film, which I also converted to a silent-comics named, “Tabon Kid”. This drawing was inspired by R. Crumb’s gritty lineart as you can ostensibly see on this illustration.
You can put these three illustrations of mine beside each other and form the whole background you can see below: