Sunday, January 5, 2014

Stranger Than Fiction 2013

Stranger Than Fiction is a section in Thursday magazine (Oman) which publishes paranormal stories. Here are a few of my works that were published in the said section. All within 2013.


Ivory Dice, October 2013




The Ghost Ship, August 2013



Death Train, October 2013


Ghost Will, December 2013



The Bell of Death, June 2013


Footsteps In The Snow, July 2013


The Lady in the Store, April 2013

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Rebuild The Visayas (art for auction)

 I don't have much to offer to the grief-stricken people in my country affected by the typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda). I only have my art and hoping it will go a long way to help my grieving countrymen.

On November 29, there will be a dinner for a cause and a silent art auction at Palayok restaurant in Al Khuwair, Muscat. This event is organized by a group of Filipino expatriates here in Oman.  Please visit their Facebook page for more information.

These are my artworks that will be up for the silent auction. Help us REBUILD THE VISAYAS


The Wait

The Wrath

Hopeful

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

To the tune of Joey Ayala


These are a few quick inks on paper as i was listening to Joey Ayala's songs, while i ponder upon my country's tragedy.






Monday, October 7, 2013

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Ad:Mission 2013

One of the biggest highlights of my thirty-day vacation was giving a talk in front of college students in my Alma Mater, the University of San Carlos in Cebu city. The event was called Ad: Mission, a small conference organized by the Advertising students in which they have gathered four creatives to "inspire" the future creatives in the field. The speakers were Kristy Anne Ligones (KDLIG), Victor Villanueva and Ken Onozawa. All products of the same university.

This was my first ever speaking engagement. I have refused this offer countless times but, in the end i had to say yes.


The days leading to the event made me really nervous and anxious. My audience may mostly be kids but they still have the power to judge me and i didn't wanna give a bad impression. After all, the lineup of the speakers were actually strong.
So there i was, giving my little talk and just breezed through my slide like a pro. I really thought i was possessed or something! I even thought i needed to share some more! I stood there for almost an hour, my best friend told me. Time just flew and i enjoyed every minute of it! :)

Mine was to share about being an illustrator in the newspaper. Above, I was showing a bit of my work process. (Look at my legs on the previous pic! wtf!!)

A slide from the film-maker Victor Villanueva. This guy is just so plain HILARIOUS. 

A slide from a very good friend, Kristy Anne Ligones (KDLIG)

KDLIG and Victor during the open forum

The entrepreneur Ken Onozawa

There were so many things I have learned in that event! It was so humbling to know that so many Cebuanos and fellow Carolinians have achieved so much in an international level. I'm glad i didn't turn this gig down. 

*proudofmyself*


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