Noong 2002 or 2003 di ko na sure sa tagal, nagsubmit akong 8 page comics sa Culture crash Comics. Wala akong copy nung colored files na sinend ko, pero ngayon meron na! Salamat Jon Zamar. Colored Pencils and ginamit kong pangkulay at sobrang bata pa ako nito, siguro 1st year or 2nd year college.
These is the group superhero caricature I did for Gregg. He commissioned me with lots of superhero caricatures and continues to do so. I used photoshop and sai for these. If you need a similar commission feel free to message me.
Last Saturday on the Free Comic Book day at Comic Odyssey and Fully booked I was very surprised that Jon gave back my 8-page comic submission for Culture Crash Comics. I submitted it last 2003 more than 10 years ago. I was first year in college back then and I was a huge fan of the comics. I really love to submit comics and hopes to be part of the comic world. At the time I’ve been drawing comics for fun and I am getting better and better. Flash forward today, I knew most of the Culture Crash Comics creators and we frequently meet during events. It’s insane!
Family Guy style MWIF of USA Family Guy style MWIF of USA by Mel Casipit
Family Guy style Sean of UK Family Guy style Sean of UK by Mel Casipit
Family Guy style Gordon of UK Family Guy style Gordon of UK by Mel Casipit
Family Guy style Fracis Bacon for David Family Guy style Fracis Bacon for David by Mel Casipit
Family Guy style Jean Piaget for David Family Guy style Jean Piaget for David by Mel Casipit
Family Guy style Gaston Bachelard for David Family Guy style Gaston Bachelard for David by Mel Casipit
Family Guy style Gettier for David Family Guy style Gettier for David by Mel Casipit
Family Guy style Hegel for David Family Guy style Hegel for David by Mel Casipit
Family Guy style Jems for David Family Guy style Jems for David by Mel Casipit
Today’s post is about some of the Family Guy Style cartoons I did last November. There were commissions by different clients but most of these, the once inspired by the historical figures were commissioned by David Rhea one of my frequent client. Please feel free to message me for similar commissions.
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The above image is my inktober post for Day 7. She is the Lakambini of Iladniyon, a character from Jon Zamar’s Digmaang Salinlahi. This will be an artwork trade for his art for my #cheesyfit 3 coming out this November. I used Dr. Ph Martin inks, a brush and Gpen. I love drawing traditionally. I feel connected to the art than using digital media.