Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Guest Strip for Fall On Me

My friend Adriana is on her last trimester of pregnancy, so naturally for her online comic"Fall on Me" she asked for guest artists to cover it. What is surprising is for me to be asked as well--and I'm so flattered :) 

She asked me to do domestic humour/relationship humour--as I'm currently not in any domestic situation and most of my friends are getting married, to my (petty) jealousy, this strip was born. Fun fact, the couple is my friend Astrid, who is also a storyboard artist and her husband, Kukuh, the producer in her studio.

On a side note, Adriana ALSO has print versions of her book

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Saturday, June 21, 2014


The verdict? As one famous doctor would have said it, FANTASTIC!

Tuesday, June 03, 2014


 I will actually be there at the Annexe Gallery, Pasar Seni :), booth B-12, June 7 to 8  hanging out with Maximillian Loh, Reimena Ashel Yee, and Amiza MN

Friday, May 30, 2014

More caricature

One of the other storyboard artists in my studio

Our poor Production Coordinator

Typical day at our studio. 

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Coming to CAF KL --one woman's crazy desire--to be able to illustrate and compile  two different comics while working full time in animation.

I kid, I kid. Come by booth B-12 where you can buy these two things, and hang out together with Max, Miza and I

Friday, May 23, 2014

Heisty Heisty heist

I still can't believe we managed to get this comic done!

To begin with, Lia and I worked in different cities (still do, and now even further) and our jobs are both pretty hectic. At the time when we were doing the first issue of Heist, Lia's studio is 1.5 hour bus ride from her home, I was teaching and doing 2 freelance jobs . By the time the second issue rolls around, my new studio is located one hour away from my lodgings, my workload increased, Lia was busy with freelance jobs, and we finally got some break for the third issue. Lia has a very light freelancing schedule and I was inbetween jobs.

The distance and the real life stuff happening during the making of this comic was daunting and interestingly...ridiculous. Aside from the jobs, we had interesting health problems, famlial obligations to attend to...and, of course, procrastination, a problem  every artist faces I'm sure.
Some people has been asking: why is the drawing style for Heist so different from my "normal" drawing style? The short answer is: Lia did the final design on the characters. The long answer is : I thought Lia would be the one doing all the drawings, but I ended up having to pencil and ink  as well --because she gets busy when I'm not busy and vica versa.

Anyway, I'm so happy that the third issue is printed :) And I will be in Comic Arts Festival Kuala Lumpur, June 7 to 8 in The Annexe Gallery, Central Market :)

Pictures from The London exhibition

To be honest with you guys, this gallery looks more like a dance floor haha