Friday, October 30, 2015

Inktober 2015

Half marathon. I was really busy at this time and didn't want to force daily ink drawings just for the sake of finishing. I also still wanted to make sure that each one was value-adding to my learning mileage.

I took this as an opportunity to study Akira Kurosawa shots :)

Thursday, September 24, 2015

StrangeLit Book Launch

I am so proud of my good friend, WilJ, for having published his first e-book. I'm just so happy that he was able to take the steps in order to make time for his craft. (We were in the same Business Economics program back in college, and he is actually in a corporate managerial day job at present!)

What you love, you must love now :)
Bit of info:

PS. Very out of character for me, but yes, because I'm such a good friend, the lovey-dovey artwork is c/o me. Heh.

"Harvesting Nightblooms" is a YA paranormal romance about a girl who wakes up in a coffin wearing her prom dress, only to find out that she has somehow slipped into another world.

Points for showmanship lol

Fanboys and fangurls. Jk hahaha

My notes in designing the cover ;)

a quick li'l extra color sketch for the event.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015


This was something I dreamed about. Reckon it was my brain trying to process and archive the structures I saw in Istanbul but it got mixed up with some of the colonial Baroque of old Manila. I'm a lucid dreamer and it's nice when I dream of cities and can walk around them xD

Also sketched some characters as an afterthought. They're the acrobats (off-duty) in the above scenes.

Saturday, January 3, 2015

The Quest

Some select concept artwork I did for a game project that got shelved. This was from last year, actually. And it was totally just left! No NDA issues, since they upped the stuff online already during  crowdfunding phase.

Unfortunately, there were some budget cuts from top. The client I was corresponding with suddenly ran off without a word. Yeah, shit happened no matter how I protected myself by agreement or how meticulous I was about transactions. Oh well, at least I earned some money from this and I got to practice a lot, too. On the job is always the best training.