Monday, March 30, 2015

Book Reading at Uno Morato | Anino Comics

A poster I did for a pal's book launching / reading / signing event.

Click here for the event's Facebook site 

Joint Book Celebration for Piko, a children's anthology of rad local comic artists, edited by Josel Nicolas, and Light launching!, Rob Cham's first published graphic novel, all from Anino Comics, the comics imprint of Adarna House.

Book signing(?) and hanging out with artists starts at 6 and event starts at 8pm!

Featuring: (readers from Piko and Light)

Marlon Hacla & Apol Sta Maria
Trizha Ko

Mervin Malonzo & Adam David

JP Palabon 

Josel Nicolas

Dani Go 

Rob Cham


Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Making Borderline Event No. 013015

Here's a bunch of images I took while making the new piece for Borderline. You may visit the BORDERLINE page to see the finished piece and some other more.

I usually start with a quick drawing on my 5 x 7 sketchbook.

Kneaded eraser is useful, not just for erasing but also for making small models whenever I needed one.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Pen Only Challenge

Tagged by my good pal and fellow artist, Mark Rosario,  for a Pen Only Challenge that went around Facebook. The rule is to draw something using only a pen. (NO pencils, NO erasures etc.)

So I did this. It is about a kid I used to know who told me she never had nightmares yet. Not until she turned 14, Mr. Nightmare finally caught her and became insomniac for the rest of her life.

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Monday, December 22, 2014

Time Capsule

"Time Capsule" is a new short story I'm working on. This is just going to be a two-paged story out on 2015.

Thursday, November 20, 2014


Friday, October 31, 2014

Portrait of a Train Passenger

This creature appeared on a short comics called PNR 2AM which you can view here at this link:

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.