Telling Stories With My Hands

The result was very gratifying. And inspiring. I’m g;ad to have set some targets and aimed right for them.

The pin-up Diuatang Gubat or Forest Faerie in three installments paved the way for the style to come together, emulated from influences, culled bad habits, and a methodology I’m comfortable with.

DAIO [Diverse Augmentation Infused Operative] is the last image, a page I am working on with a cover in mind but got sidetracked, and a welcome one. Now I can go both directions.

The comics will be launched at Komikon 2013 in November.

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