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That dress picture…

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Silkscreen | No Comments

That dress picture with the “ambiguous” colors that’s been circulating has started to bother me…well mostly the people who say it’s blue and black. Am I missing the joke? They’re trolling right? How can you possibly see black on that dress? To finally put this to rest, I employed Photoshop to sample some colors. As […]

Learning and transitioning

Posted by on Feb 27, 2015 in News | No Comments

I don’t remember if I mentioned this before, but I bought a Cintiq 22HD last November. It took many months of planning and thinking to splurge $2000 on one single piece of equipment. Overall, I’m actually really happy with my purchase even though I haven’t drawn with it all that much…I think I’ve done about […]

Rating offices

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015 in personal thoughts | No Comments

The past four days, I’ve worked for four different clients, and it struck me that I’ve worked with a lot of companies the past couple of years. Given the amount of offices I’ve worked in, I thought maybe I should rate them. That’s the thing I like most about being freelance : it feels like […]

CAKE and updates on projects

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015 in News | No Comments

Just got confirmation today that I got into CAKE! Woohoo! I applied last year but didn’t get in. Don’t know what to expect, but at the very least I get to see Chicago…I’m sight-seeing the U.S through comic book festivals, and on that note, it’s too bad there’s no festivals around the Grand Canyon. But […]

Reflections and resolutions

Posted by on Dec 23, 2014 in News | No Comments

Going through crazy Comicfestathon made me re-evaluate what I was trying to achieve with my art. Are the expenses associated with fests “worth it”? Thinking about it, I only started doing festivals because people told me that’s how I should promote my work. But if I examine my own behavior, the primary way I discover […]

So you want to table at a festival….part 1

Posted by on Nov 30, 2014 in Tutorial | No Comments

Since I’ve been exhibiting at festivals for four years (about 14 festivals total), I thought I should do a post giving pointers to people who are thinking of doing the whole festival circuit. Not that I’m the authority on this subjects, but there has to be some valuable lesson hidden in my experiences. So first […]

Winter cleaning

Posted by on Nov 15, 2014 in News | No Comments

With my sister leaving New York in a few weeks, I’ve “inherited” a lot of stuff. A lot of stuff I don’t want. Combine that with the fact I also own useless things, I had a serious need to unload a lot of crap. Today, I went to Best Buy to recycle a couple of […]

Crazy Comicfestathon is over

Posted by on Nov 8, 2014 in News | No Comments

I’m officially done with festivals for 2014, but more importantly, I’ve survived “Crazy Comicfestathon”. Crazy Comicfestathon is what I decided to call the three festivals I’ve gone to in one month, and let met tell you something: I’ll never do that again. But actually, my fall 2014 festival lineup should also include the New York […]

Comic Arts Brooklyn

Posted by on Nov 7, 2014 in Exhibitions | No Comments

I’ve been crazy busy these past couple of weeks, working for the lovely people at Edelman and now Publicis. So this post is going to be very short: exhibiting at Comic Arts Brooklyn this Saturday. This is the last festival in the “crazy three festivals in a month-athon” that I started early October. It’s also […]

Locust Moon report

Posted by on Oct 27, 2014 in Exhibitions | One Comment

Here’s the report of the fest… I wonder why I do these after each festivals? Is it even necessary? No point questioning it now. Here goes my story of this past Saturday. Woke up bright and early at 5:00 am and rode the subway to get to Penn Station. This was my first time riding […]