The 3 days STGCC event ended, and finally I've gotten the strength back to update the blog. It has been a very hectic time table for me the past weeks trying to get the comic printed in time and preparing for the event while I’m still continuing working. It’s all worthwhile though as I’ve met a lot of great people (Ok, not a lot since I’m stuck in my own area most of the time…-_-) who are friendly and supportive of local creation.
I would like to thanks my friends here in my blog, who came down and showed support and all whom I first met but showed appreciation of what I’ve tried to do. It is you guys/gals that keeps me continuing the road of comic creation!
I sincerely thank you.
I sincerely thank you.
I’ve managed to sneak out from time to time to take some pictures of the event, so hope you enjoy them and give your fullest support!
PS: I really need to invest on a good digital camera…-_-ii
Due to my rush of time and late decisions, I can only have this little corner for exhibiting my comic book, but it is still a very precious experience and hopefully I will be able to do better in the future.
Two very friendly renowned artists, Phil Yeh famous for a lot of work and especially his wordless graphic novel, The Winged Tiger and Phil Ortiz, the lead pencil artist for The Simpsons' comic book. It is my honor to meet you two! :)
The booth of Jason Siu, Hong Kong toy designer of Monkey Playground, too bad I couldn’t get a chance to see the real person and listen to his talks… (I’m stuck in my corner, remember?)
Sonny Liew of
! Another very friendly artist whom I am very lucky to met and he was very willing to trade his book with mine! Thank you very much! Liquid City
These are my neighbors in STGCC!
It’s always great to meet some old faces and I glad I found you Eldred. I’m sorry I couldn’t recognize you but hey, I recognize your artwork! Hope I get to visit you in
in the future! Japan
A hungry artist is an angry artist!
Great to see you again, let go for kopi sometime in the future!
Do you remember Kalkitos? What a memory down the lane! I never knew my childhood toy stuff was being revived until now! And it brought back my very very old classmate too! Nice to see you again, Ian! Long live Bedok West!
A lot of great artist around, each with their booth beautifully decorated, And every one of them are so much better than me!
See how far the hall stretches?
More Incredible artist
Peregrin Studio, they have great stuffs! Support them!
Mr Wee See Heng from Egg Manga Studio
Roomis LLP, one of my personal favourite.
They have very good designs!
Caramelaw, another one of my personal favourite.
They have very colorful design, I like!
Animax had an audio dubbing booth which is a very interesting idea, but slightly painful to the ear…
I pity the storm trooper, he got kicked in the groin for stopping the R2-D2 from harassing the lady...
I’m not familiar with the Halo game, but is that the infamous Master chefssssss?
Lastly, I’ve got a picture taken with my beloved storm trooper, and as usual… You still don’t get to see my face! :D
That's all for now! See you again!