August 15, 2015
I went to Komikon Indieket earlier and attended the event. It was really fun. Thanks to all the people who bought some of my comics. I also want to thank the other indie artists that I met in person during the event and also to all the organizers, sponsors and everyone else who became a part of this. I also bought a few indie comics for myself from the other indie artists. You can check out some photos that I took below:
At the ingress and preparation around quarter to seven in the morning:
During the event:
Indie Komiks that I bought from other artists at the event. Yay!
Thanks a lot for the experience, Komikon Indieket! To the people who bought my comics and to the other artists, see you again this coming Komiket (Komiks Market) in October.
April 5, 2015
I went to Komiket (The First Filipino Komiks Market) earlier to sell my comics and also to buy some comics for myself. There were actually 9 persons who bought my comics and I want to say big thanks to you people. I met sir Gerry Alanguilan and bought his comics together with sir Carlo San Juan’s Callous Comics. I met fellow comic artists, publishers, comic readers and just people who love comics in general. I also met sir Norby Ela of FlipGeeks. I would also like to thank all the organizers of Komiket for bringing Pinoy Geeks together. Albeit, I decided to leave the event at around 4 in the afternoon. I don’t want to go home late because I have some freelance work that I have to do. I was a bit star-strucked when I have seen the likes of sir Rob Cham, sir Gerry Alanguilan, sir Budgette Tan and even sir Manix Abrera but I didn’t really see Manix as I went home early like what I mentioned, just to name a few whom I think are the main pillars and the most popular writers and artists here in our local comic industry here in the Philippines. I also got some new friends, got acquainted with other artists, writers in our local comics industry like the guys from Komikult.
You can expect a brand new comic update this coming week.
Baguio City, Benguet Province, Philippines (2013)
June 2, 2013. We went to my aunt and uncle’s house in Baguio City to check out their new house which is still currently being built. The house looks great. The two day trip was full of fun and excitement. I miss going to Baguio for a vacation like what we mostly do during holy week year after year when I was still young. I saw my relatives and we all had a blast and felt the cold weather again in Baguio because it’s a city literally on top of a very large mountain.
Tagaytay City, Cavite Province, Philippines (2012)
Two of my aunts had their birthday treat at Tagaytay City. There’s only a few places to go in that place, in terms of tourist spots but the climate feels really good because of the coldness just like in Baguio City, not to mention the food that you can eat like Bulalo, Crispy-deep fried fish’ ( I forgot the name of the fish. heh heh ), just to name a few.
These photos were taken in the year 2012 but posted on this blog, today, August 24, 2018. I just edited the date so it’d fall on the proper year when these photos were taken.
Travel Photography image dump below: