Another comic event in less than 2 weeks

November 9, 2016

Hi,

Komikon 2016 is fast approaching. It’s coming in less than two weeks. So, if you can drop by then please do so.

Let’s support our local comics industry. 😀

Events like these two comic events, Komiket and Komikon really helps our local comic artists/writers promote and showcase their work out there. I know making comics will not make you wealthy but I know most of these comic artists/writers just want to share their work, express themselves, tell their own stories to other comic artists and comic readers out there. You make comics because you love comics. You do it; for the love of comics, that should be the first thing in your mind when you want to make comics. You know that feeling, once you’ve put out a comic that you made yourself, it gives you this feeling of fulfillment that money can’t buy. I don’t know if any of you guys feel that way but that’s just me, I guess. Even if other people give negative criticisms about your work, I suggest to take it like a compliment as you’ve given the reader different sorts of emotions/feelings after reading the comic. Albeit, I’m not saying for you to be a downright asswipe. Learn from their criticisms and make better comics. It also won’t hurt if indie comic artists/writers get paid as I know it’ll help us make more comics in the future so give support in any way you can. I think if you’re an indie comic creator, you can’t do this for a living as you’ll not survive because you’ve got to shell out dough for your daily expenses, bills and whatnot not unless you’ve finally got some sponsors, publishers and merchandise. We still need a job. 😀

Let’s support our local comics industry!

Komikon Website: www.komikon.org
Komikon FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/komikon.org/

Cheers,
Vin

Tabon Kid Background Art

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:

Cheers,
Vin