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This is one of the few logo commissions I received. I really havenn’t done much of these, but I am willing to learn and to learn you need it repeatedly until you get used to it. Start before you’re ready, do it and don’t be afraid. I used Photoshop here. I can also do this in illustrator but I am really in a rush all the time that I have to adjust. PS is the fastest drawing program that I use by far.
I am back now in Manila. Back to work, back to the normal routine. I am going to UP Diliman to get some comics printed! I should be bringing copies as it is an event that I can possibly sell more copies of comics, and on top of that, next week will be Komiket. I wont have time to draw commissions and at the same time print so I’ll make the most out of this trip. With that I am going to repost the post for Elbikon 2016.
THE BIGGEST COMIC EVENT IN THE SOUTH RETURNS!
The Graphic Literature Guild
FEBRUARY 13 2016 (SAT), 10AM-7PM
BAKER HALL UPLB
With special guests
Lyndon Gregorio (creator of Beerkada comics), Rudyard Pesimo (Department of Humanities – UPLB), Toto Madayag (Libreng Komiks), and Bernard Gatus (Gatusby)
+ OVER 60 ARTISTS!
In cooperation with Kaijou Izakaya & Ekiben, Remedios Tan and family, and Komikon, inc. Also brought to you by: UPLB Infocus Multimedia Guild, Voiceiyuu, Stagg, and Puyat Komiks.
Special thanks to: UP Film Circle, Venice, UPLB Computer Science Society [Official], Eatsumo Teri Haus, Clover Bakes, Alliance of Computer Science Students – UPLB, Lucky Feliz Food and Catering, Lil’ Orbits Los Baños, Others and our media partners: The Alternative, Rappler – Move.PH, Asshulz.com, Flipgeeks, Tularan si Isko, and AKTIVshow.
Tickets are P30 Pesos only (walk-in price is P50)