Saturday, October 11, 2014

Oscar Wilde's The Selfish Giant • 1971 BBC Animation

This 1971 animation of Oscar Wilde's The Selfish Giant  is one of the films that got stuck in my head when I was a kid. My brother and I used to watch this all the time since the local television station kept on replaying it every morning along with The Happy Prince and The Remarkable Rocket.

It has so much influenced the way I tell my stories and how I actually draw my cartoons. 




Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Flipgeeks Interview

Got interviewed weeks ago. It has been so long since I did this. I think the last one was 20 years ago. So if you're interested in knowing why I love children's books, you might want to visit the sight below. I would like to say thank you to the guys behind Flipgeeks. I enjoyed the talk quite so much. :)

INTERVIEW at FLIPGEEKS
http://www.flipgeeks.com/pinoy-komiks-dc-marvel-etc/lets-talk-komiks-with-bong-redila/

Monday, September 29, 2014

Coming out 2015


Friday, September 19, 2014

(Inking) Borderline Event No. 091314

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Esterbrook #128 Extra Fine Elastic Nib


Music: www.incompetech.com


Friday, July 25, 2014

Lost Bunny (UPDATE)

The "Lost Bunny" found its sweet home. Its arrival was perfect just in time to say hello to Maarten's new born baby, Lola. Maarten said he'll hang the painting on the wall soon, but for now it has a playdate with Max and the Wild Things, which is actually perfect.

Again, Thank you Maarten  for supporting the Pinoy Komiks Anthology.



Thursday, July 24, 2014

My Sketch Bag

Here are the stuff I bring when I go out the house.

• 9" x 10" Small Messenger Canvas Bag
• 7" x 2" Tin Pencil Case
• 3" x 2.25" Altoids Mint Cased Watercolor
• 5.5" x 8.5" Sketchbook
• iPod Classic
• and an ancient Cellular Phone
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Inside the small Altoids Mints case is a #8 Round Grumbacher Brush, #2 Pencil, W&N Watercolor, and a piece of paper where I wrote down the colors of each box.  (very helpful for my colorblindness)

Inside my tin pencil box is a Pencil Sharpener, 0.20 mm Micron Pen, 0.5 Pentel Tech Pencil, and a Namiki Falcon Flexible Nib.
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