Ball point, watercolour, colour pencils and photoshop.
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Here was my booth at the Singapore Toy Games and comic convection. I shared it with Liquid city and other comic artists like Sonny Liew and Chin Yew (beside me). Thanks to all of you who bought my homemade comics. It was my first time selling comics there. It was fun. And I hope you enjoyed reading.
I'm considering putting the remaining copies at some small book stores like Woods in the books. But that's after I finish a load of rush-work first. And still have to put together the remaining books. (fold, align, staple, cut.) The price at the bookstores might be a little higher than at STGCC.
I also picked up a few good local independent comics at this year's STGCC. Among my favourites are Troy Chin's Resident Tourist 4 (A+), Dave and Hong Teng's Gone Case, And Chin Yew's I see so many butterflies (I bought one of his last ten copies existing in the world. It sold out. So there aren't anymore out there haha). It's encouraging to find more local comics that have such a high standard of writing and art.
Wednesday, December 08, 2010
The singapore toy, games and comic convection is happening friday to sunday at the suntec convenction center. I will be joining the Liquid city booth in promoting Liquid City 2. And I will also be selling 3 home-made comics by me. Printed on really nice paper, put together by hand, and printed in a very limited quantity, they will be available at exclusive prices just for STGCC. 1) The boy and the worm : the 24 hour comic about a boy who tries to merge with a worm. 2) 19 Short comics : a collection of short story comics. Mostly new ones (some you've never seen) plus a few good old ones. 3) Blurking - A collection of the first comic series I started drawing for fun back in 1997. Do visit me at my booth. See you there!
Wednesday, December 01, 2010
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Friday, November 26, 2010
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Simple black and white visuals and storyboard panels.
Some were done completely on photoshop. While others were drawn with a calligraphy pen and touched up in photoshop.
Fully coloured visuals.
Graphic elements for Singtel's internal website
These were sketched roughly with pencil first. Then coloured and detailed in photoshop.