The Bird is the Worm?!

10:02 AM
Found this video this morning and I can't help myself but laugh! Haha so hilarious! Watch it!

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KOMIKON 2008 Video

8:45 AM
Below is the short video I have taken from Komikon 08. Please click to watch it.

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Komikon Pics

9:25 AM
Hi guys! If you want to see the pictures I took from the previous KOMIKON '08, click the image below! Have fun!

Me and the man Harvey Tolibao (Avengers Initiative, StarWars, Marvel Civil Wars, GlassHouse Graphics)

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KOMIKON 08, Here we come!

11:46 AM
See you at UP Diliman tomorrow guys!
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KOMIKON 2008 Updated Floor Plan

10:36 AM
Hello there! If you are going to the Komikon 2008 this Saturday, I posted here the updated floor plan for the said event. I got this from the Komikon Blogsite ( Click the image below for larger view.

And also, here is the week long schedule for comic related seminars, if you would like to attend.

For futher info about the event's guests artists, exhibitors, partners, contests, etc., you can visit the Komikon site at See you there this Saturday guys!!!

Watch out for our graphic novel MAHARLICA: BAYAN NG AGIMAT coming this 2009! Teasers will be available on our booths this Saturday. Pre-order now! You can contact us at 0905-4452165 or call us at 750-5432 or email us at

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MAJARLICA: Bayan ng Agimat

1:29 PM
Cover 1

KOMIKON 2008 here we come!

November 22 is the scheduled date for the Philippines annual Comics Convention at UP Diliman and we are proud to announce that it would also be the day we will be showing the teaser of our ongoing project, the MAJARLICA: BAYAN NG AGIMAT which Mr. Danny Acuña and I collaborated. Sir Danny did the story and linearts and I made the digital paints (colours).

Cover 2

I still can’t put the synopsis of the story here, maybe next time. Take a sneak peak on our upcoming graphic novel! Coming this January 2009!

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The Ultimates Vol. 3 Collection

11:29 AM
My The Ultimates 3 Complete 5-series-collection

Last September I have completed this year’s Marvel comic series: The Ultimates [Vol.] 3, written by Jeph Loeb and the artworks were greatly done by the super stars Joe Madureira (pencils) and Christian Lichtner (digital paints). I thought their collaboration was awesome! Jeph Loeb is the current writer of many Marvel and DC series and also written episodes of Smallville. He wrote the series with a lot of twists and mysteries and there I also learned that the dinosaurs in Savage Land was not made by Magneto but by his daughter Wanda (Scarlet Witch) after being outraged by James Logan(Wolverine) when he stabbed Pietro(Quicksilver), her brother to the chest using his super-sharp Adamantium claws! Loeb really made the history of Savage Land in this series, how Eric Lensherr (Magneto) got there, established his kingdom and etc.

The Ultimates 3 Issue 5 Tripple-Spread Front and Back Cover

The series not only contain very nice story but it also gave a lot of visual impact through the works of the super-star tandem of Joe Madureira and Christian Lichtner. JoeMad has developed his works ever since he left Marvel in late 90’s and pursued his dream in game-character development and designs. I remember his works before when I bought several issues of X-men, Uncanny X-men back in 90’s and even before I thought his arts we’re awesome (I haven’t seen his Battlechasers series before and after surfing the net and saw the arts it also gave me thrills)! After years of disappearance in the comics industry he made a ground-breaking comeback after doing the Ultimates 3, a 5-issue-series! His art has enormously developed and made me pee in my pants (kidding)! The visual presentation of the comic book series has added my interest to completely collect the run because also of the extreme digital paint talent of The Lightner (Christian Lichtner as JoeMad preferred calling him)! Chris is one of the “Liquid” team who gave great colouring works before in several comic titles.
In addition to the issues that I have completed, I also got a limited edition black and white variant copy of issue 1. It was the last stock when I found it in the shelf and immediately grabbed it before anyone gets it first! The variant black and white has two cover designs to choose, the heroes and the villains. I got the villains one since it was the only one left. This is issue is pure awesome! Because it is pure JoeMade pencil works!

The Ultimates 3 Issue 1 [Black and White Variant] Tripple-Spread Front and Back Cover

How I wish JoeMad would do another series in Marvel.
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The most nerd-tastic YouTube video ever

12:15 PM
This one comes from a journal I have read on my DeviantArt account and I can't help but to be amazed by it. I would like to share this to you guys!

It’s an acapella medley of John Williams movie themes — Jurassic Park, Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, et al — with lyrics devoted solely to Star Wars. Plus, it involves a mean Mark Hamill imitation.

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Michael Turner Tribute Book

11:00 AM
Hey guys! ASPEN MLT, INC. A comics company founded by the great Michael Turner has released a tribute book for him. It featurs a huge compilation of writers, creators and artists throughout the comic book industry and beyond.

"Following the passing of Aspen founder and more importantly—friend on June 27th, 2008, Aspen decided to pay tribute to Turner and the legacy he leaves behind with this very special memoriam."

Entire list of contributors to the A Tribute To Michael Turner Issue:

Agnes Garbowska
Ale Garza
Alex Garner
Alex Konat
Alex Ross
Alex Sinclair
Andy Smith
Beth Sotelo
Billy TanBrad Meltzer
Billy Tucci
Brandon Peterson
CB Cebulski
Chris Moreno
Christina Strain
Dan DiDio
David Finch
Dan Fraga
David Wohl
Dene Mason
Don Ho
Eddie Berganza
Eddie Nunez
Eduardo Francisco
Eric Basaldua
Francisco Herrera
Francis Manapul
Frank Mastromauro
Gary Frank
Geoff Johns
Grace Crick
Greg Pak
Humberto Ramos
Jason Eden
Jason Rubin
Jeph Loeb
J. Scott Campbell
Jim Lee
Jim McLauchlin
Joe Benitez
Joe Madureira (my idol)
Joe Quesada
Joel Gomez
John Starr
Josh Reed
JD Smith
JJ Kirby
J.T. Krul
Leonardo Olea
Lori Hanson
Marc Andreyko
Marc Silvestri
Marcus To
Mark Roslan
Megan Fox
Micah Gunnell
Michael Birkhofer
Michael Gaydos
Oliver Nome
Paul Jenkins
Peter Steigerwald
Randy Green
Richard Isanove
Richard Starkings
Rob Liefeld
Sam Campos
Sana Takeda
Simone Bianchi
Simone Peruzzi
Stephen Platt
Siya Oum
Talent Caldwell
Tim Townsend
Vince Hernandez

I wish I could get one copy of this AMAZING TRIBUTE BOOK/COMPILATION.
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How to find us at KOMIKON 2008

11:01 AM
To all fellas who will be attending KOMIKON 2008, you can find us(CINDO STUDIOS) on the floor plan below. Click the image below for larger view.

Our comics is still in production stage, I'm getting skinny already for sleeping late for weeks trying to finish our project the soonest. I will be posting our product by next week. I pray for the success of it. Good luck to all artists who will be joining the 4th KOMIKON 2008 at UP BAHAY NG ALUMNI, see you there guys! God bless!
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Animahenasyon 2008: Pinoy Animation Festival Official Entry

11:23 AM

Hi guys! This is my entry to the 2nd Animation Festival of the Animation Council of the Philippines. I don't aim for major award but I hope I could grab at least a single recognition.

This animation was done more than a year ago, revised and edited few sentences and re-rendered. Hope you will like it.

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Legendary Artists gather...

8:58 AM

Last September 27, my artist friends, Danny Acuña, Orvy Jundis and I, together with Jun Lofamia and Ed Sajelan were invited in a small celebration at the residence of the Philippine’s Legendary Comic Artist Francisco Coching. It was pure awesomeness because I met a lot of newbie and legendary artists!

The best part was when Ms. Maribel (daughter of Coching) noticed my portfolio and asked for the Vampire sketch that she liked a lot. I don’t have the guts to object her request because, hey, she is the daughter of a well-known Philippine comic artist! It didn’t even come to my mind that she would love my works! She said that she will be adding it to her art collections composed from the artworks of new artists to veteran artists. It will be displayed in the museum which is located in her home at Parañaque.

Ma'am Maribel Coching and the artwork that I gave to her.

Attended also were famous artists Hannibal, Steve Gan, Alfredo Alcala Jr., Noli Zamora, Ding Abobot, Mr. Anceta, Nar Castro, Mario Macalindong, Loreto Racuya and many more!
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Dragon Ball Teaser

8:22 AM
Found this video just this morning, watch and see it for yourself!

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Pictures from Animahenasyon 2008 Launch, Eastwood City

3:32 PM

Previously, I have received the pictures on my email that I have been waiting for quite some time. These are the images from last September 24's 2nd Animahenasyon 2008 Launch at Eastwood City, Libis. Thanks to Edwin Guillermo, the Claymation Guru. Here are the pics!

Me and the volounters from Guhit Pinoy, Take One Animation, etc.

With Mr. Nestor Palabrica, TOEI Animation's General Manager, ACPI Vice President and happens to be a good friend of my father.

With the upcoming DAYO Animated Full-length Feature Film Director Robert Quilao and Producer Jesse Lasaten.

Ms Grace Dimaranan, ACPI President and Top Animation Studio owner together with the claymation guru, Edwin Guillermo.

Just me.

Hero Bautista (Spoke in behalf of Vice Mayor Herber Bautista) and Edwin.

Guhit Pinoy Owner and Edwin.

Ms Avic Ilagan, ACPI Executive Director

Mr. Ricky Orellana (Mowel Fund Institute, Animahenasyon 2007 Festival Director) demonstrating Claymation process.

Clay version of Animahenasyon 2008 Official Logo, made by Sir Ricky Orellana

Ms Grace Dimaranan interviewed by Hero TV

Edwin and Ms Laisa Gonzales of ACPI

That's all folks! I only selected few pics that I think is enough to display few highlights of the event. Thank you!
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2:20 PM

Hi guys! Been busy these past few months until now but I think my blog is already crowded with spider webs. That is why I want to take an ample amount of time just to put a bit of update on the things that I did previously.

Well, I guess I’ll just put some major events that I have attended and to start with, last September 10th, Mr. Danny Acuña told me to come with them together with Mr. Orvy Jundis to attend the Cultural Centre of the Philippines’ Gawad Parangal Para sa Sining and of course, I gladly confirmed my participation. It was a rainy Wednesday afternoon when I arrived at Ever Gotesco Ortigas (our meeting place) to wait for Mr. Jundis since he will be coming from Antipolo, he rented a taxi to carry us all the way to CCP. And after 2 hours of standing and waiting, finally he arrived, wearing t-shirt, short pants, baseball cap and a pair of sandals. I was like, Hey! Aren’t we going to a prestigious awards night? Why is he wearing such?! It was a very traffic afternoon and he told me that aside of being caught in traffic they also departed late from his house in Antipolo and because of endless rain he decided to wrap his suit in plastic bags and get dressed inside the taxi. We then directly went to Mr. Acuña’s place where he also waited hours and kept on texting me if we are on our way to pick him up. Mr. Jundis then grabbed his “baon” and went inside Mr. Acuña’s compound and dressed up. We left there about 4:30, it was a very gloomy and rainy afternoon, aside to that, the traffic was very heavy and I was thinking if we get to the venue on-time since the program will start at 5:30. Then the worst part of the trip came when we caught up in traffic at Buendia! We arrived late at the theatre and the program was already starting.

Although that was not quite a good trip for us, we enjoyed the event and we caught up the awarding to Francisco Coching which is the main purpose of our attendance for the first place. The event was star-studied because aside from the awardees and their proxy’s presence, there are also showbiz personalities performed such as Ryan Cayabyab, Jed Madella, Hayden Kho, The Binibining Pilipinas winners and many more. And the emcees are John Arcilla and Susan Africa.

After the awarding Mr. Acuña introduced me to his fellow Legendary Komik artist, they were Al Cabral, Perry Cruz, Abe Ocampo, Ding Abubot and Nar Castro. It was a very great moment to be with them again, attending a national event. We went home past midnight.hehe

To know who the awardees were, please visit


It was also a very rainy 24th of September when the launching event of the 2nd Animahenasyon was held in Eastwood City in Libis, Quezon City. I think I was the very first supporter/guest/artist who arrived in the venue very, very early. I was there about 9:00 in the morning and the program will start at 1:00 o’clock later in the afternoon. What I did was seated down the aisle and watched the workers and organizers do their preparation for the launch. At about past 12:00 noon-time, I saw Miss Laisa Gonzales of ACPI walked in the scene and helped the preparation. I was hesitant to greet her since I didn’t know if she still remembers me. She then moved to a table in front of a restaurant a few metres away from the venue and talked to a certain man with a yellow polo. I then walked trying to went by there place and smiled at her, and she smile at me. Hey! She still remembers me! I went near her and we shook hands, she was like “Kamusta na Jann? Ang aga mo naman yata? May entry ka ba sa contest?”, that was the first thing that came to my mind before I went near her, I knew she was going to ask me if I submitted an entry for the contest. But I still haven’t finished my contest piece yet! Damn that 3D! I still can’t get a grasp on the software yet! Well, the deadline will be on Oct. 8 and I don’t still have the motivation to sit seriously on the project. I just told her “Sana makaabot ma’am.hehe”. She then introduced me to the man sitting in-front of us, and says “Jann si sir Peter director ng IASIAS? That is Interactive Art Services, Inc.! I know that company! It was mentioned by Myke Guisinga on his blog before when Jonas Diego left the company. And I found out that Mr. Peter Tan Carillo, the new IAS studio director, is the one who replaced Jonas Diego. Ok, there was certain controversy involved in this topic and I don’t want to dig it further (see Myke Guisinga’s Blog if you really want some info about it).

Anyways, when the program started, it was great. There were guys from Guhit Pinoy, Top Peg, Wacom, Take One Animation, TOEI Animation, Cutting-Edge Animation, Mowel Fund Institute and many more. Some of them demonstrated Digital 2D In-betweening, some made it in traditional way, others conducted free henna and face tattoos, the guys from American Technologies that brought the Wacom tablet there let the audiences burst their creative talents by letting them draw using the tablets and their laptops, and of course, I tried it also! There are so many more fun activities to enjoy, there are also claymation making which demonstrated by Mr. Ricky Orellana and animated through snapshots by Edwin Guillermo, Animahenasyon’s Claymation Guru.

I also chatted with the ACPI Vice President Nestor Palabrica who happens to be my father’s former school mate and good friend. He told me that he visited Iloilo previously and met his fellow alumni together with my father. When he went back to Manila, my tatay accompanied him to the airport. Mr. Palabrica told me that they had a long conversation with my father.

Before the grand launching program started, there was a small catering on the nearby restaurant. Me and Edwin Guillermo lined-up there and got some foods for our starving stomachs (we knew that the catering is for the official members of ACPI only and we are not). After consuming plates of deliciously served foods, we headed back to the central plaza nearby where the program is located when we passed by with the Cutting-Edge Owner and “Dayo” producer, who is also a musician, Jessie Lasaten sitting with “Dayo” director Robert Quilao. I then told Edwin “Oi! Sila yung guys from Dayo!”, and he said to me “Papicture tayo”. He approached Mr. Quilao and asked for a snap shot, the “Dayo” guys then posed with Edwin and I took them a picture and after that I asked a take also.

When we got to the Central Plaza, we saw another food fest! And as expected, we lined-up again for some more foods. While the people were busy with their snacks, the main program started. We seated down and watched while drinking our free canned beers. Few people spoke on the stage such as Ms Grace Dimaranan (ACPI President), Mr. Ricky Orellana (Animahenasyon 2007 Principal Director), Ms Avic Ilagan (ACPI Executive Director), Hero Bautista (spoke in behalf of Vice Mayor Herbert Bautista), and many more. They also showed the winning entries of last year’s Animahenasyon. The event was also covered by HERO TV, ABS-CBN, DZAS 702khz, DWIZ, Magic 89.9, UNTV, FM Radio Stations and Mergermarket (online web).

After the program, I stood up and slowly walked through the main way where the registration table is located when I saw ma’am Grace Dimaranan and smiled at her. She then smiled back and excitingly called me to come over and asked me if I have an entry for the contest. I said “Hindi ko pa alam ma’am kung aabot.hehe nasa kalagitnaan pa lang po ako ng process eh.” She jokingly blew her hand in the air, in front of me like she was slapping my face. “Magpasa ka ng entry!” she said, I answered her “Tingnan ko po kung makakaabot ako kasi October 8 na po ang deadline eh”, “Oo nga no? Malapit na” she replied. We talked for a while.

After the short conversation, I asked the volunteers for Animahenasyon II poster and took off.
That was a very tiring and gratifying day and I expect to see them again this coming November 12 to 16 at the CCP. And I hope I can finish my entry before it’s too late...


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34th Manila Film Fest Animation Entry!

10:05 AM

Hi guys! Please support the upcoming full-length animated feature Film that will blast off this 25th of December! The “First Fully-Digital Animated movie of the Philippines”, all Filipino made, entitled “DAYO” a production of Cutting-Edge Studio owned by infamous musician Jessie Lasaten. This is a groundbreaking animation that uses modern digital technology (paperless animation).

Dayo combines paperless 2-D and 3-D technologies in presenting a fantasy film ripe with figures from Pinoy mythology. It tells the story of an 11-year-old kid named Bubuy (voiced by Star Circle Grand Kid Questor Nash Aguas) out to save his grandparents, who have been abducted into Elementalia, a fantasy land with strange flora and fauna.

At Elementalia, Bubuy meets Anna Manananggirl (voiced by Katrina Legaspi), a hyperactive teener with a special affection for all things human–but not of the tummy-filling kind. Their adventure takes them from massive falls teeming with gravity-defying merfolk to crystal caves housing swarms of alitubi; and from a grand old tree, home to a motherly kapre, to a majestic mountain guarded by a pack of hungry aswang.

Directed by Robert Quilao, Dayo also features the voice talents of Laurice Guillen, Peque Gallaga, Nova Villa, Noel Trinidad, Pokwang, and Michael V. Gerard Salonga does the film score, with Lea Salonga performing the theme.”


Entry to the 34th Metro Manila Film Festival, a funny and exciting animated adventure that will surely satisfy the appetite of Filipino audiences! Bring the entire family and support the growing original-content animation industry of the Philippines!

Visit “Dayo” Official Website and watch the teaser!
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My recent Works

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7:36 AM

The info below is from the link above.

July 18, 2006 — was able to sit down with Mr. Spielberg in Chicago after the Chicago International Film Festival's (CIFF) Tribute to Steven Spielberg. He was asked a couple of questions about Jurassic Park 4, and put at least one rumor to rest.

Awalt: Understandable. Online, there's been talk about Breck Eisner on 'Jurassic Park IV.'

Spielberg: That's not true. Joe Johnston is standing by.

Awalt: First dibs on it?

Spielberg: First dibs on it, and Joe is my go-to 'Jurassic' guy now.

Awalt: There's been talk about Joe Johnston that says he took the negative flack about 'Jurassic Park III,' and said in public that any faults with the film are his faults. There was talk that you didn't care for the film, but it was profitable, and I've never heard you badmouth it in public, and I doubt you would, but...

Spielberg: Oh no, I don't feel that way at all! I think the film is witty and clever, and I think Joe did an amazing job putting together those battles. And I think those battles Joe put together...I was jealous of the spinosaurus attack on the airplane! That scene where the spinosaurus attacks the airplane and the passengers inside the airplane was every bit as good as I thought the main road attack in 'Jurassic Park' was. So I'm a huge fan of Joe's, and he's the right guy to do the fourth one.

August 14, 2007 —Bloody-Disgusting has learned that Universal Pictures has officially begun casting for "Jurassic Park IV," which will film in Kauai, Hawaii later this year. Laura Dern confirmed her return to the franchise. Sam Neill (Dr. Ellie Sattler) will NOT return. B-D was told that the film is about the government who has trained dinosaurs to carry weapons and use them for battle purposes.Stay tuned for official news.
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7:57 AM
I missed the contest but given a month of subscription.

It’s almost a week of hefty work but I still managed to do my piece for the “Show me what’s happening” contest. I was so excited and motivated to do my entry because I really want to win. It took me a lot of time thinking and researching for my concept and after I was done with everything including the art for almost a week, I found out that the contest has ended earlier than the scheduled deadline. I was so depressed, hopeless and furious! I didn’t know what to do! I exerted a lot of effort for my art but it turned out to be wasted! I still did not surrender, I went to forum and posted a complaint about the contest and surprisingly, many have replied including posts of the people who didn’t have anything to do but put some non-sensed answers and comments. Thanks to electricjonny for giving me the link to lolly, the administrator who posted the contest on this site. I left him a message and without an hour I received his reply. He did not tell me the reasons for closing the contest early but he asked for apology and gave me a ONE MONTH SUBSCRIPTION! Whoa! I think that is enough to calm myself.hehehe Thank you so much lolly! more power to you!
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Keep on moving forward!

4:42 PM
This is my latest digital art. I made this as a tribute to my favorite super hero. Made him younger and more modern. I am also planning to make this as a series of arts and i will be featuring the JLA, just a plan, if time will be generous to me. It's been a while since i haven't posted anything here because i've been busy with my workloads. I am currently doing greeting card paints for my boss' new business and only got few chances to do my personal projects. I have also an on-going training in 3D animation in Cubao and striving my best to practice evrything that has been taught to us aside from being busy with other things. I think my mind is starting to be congested with so many stuffs that i am currently up to. But still, i want to stay focus with my goals in life. For now, i find it so hard to reach but i should not stop.

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New Deviations

4:28 PM
Hi guys! I just uploaded my new artworks at, please check them out! Thanx!

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Hangin' out with Komiks Legends!

9:25 AM
Last Sunday, April 27, 2008 I went out with the “Komiks” Legends!

Last week, Mr. Danny Acuña texted me to phone him to his home at Pasig City, that afternoon I called him, when someone picked up the phone I immediately asked for him and the woman on the other line told me that he was resting and asked my name. I told her who I am and also said that Mr. Acuña was expecting my call that day, she then called (or woke, I guess) sir Danny up. After a while, a man with a younger-than-his-age voice talked on the other line and we started our conversation. He told me that he wants me to come with him together with other “artists” to a birthday in Binangonan, Rizal, and told me to reserve my schedule only for him that day. Of course! For a young artist like me, who would reject that kind of opportunity to be with a veteran “Komik” artist?!

Sunday morning, I am a 30-minute-early on our meeting place. After about 15 minutes sir Danny called me telling that they are about to depart home and he can’t believe that I was already in the meeting place, waiting! After about 15-20 minutes a maroon Nissan Vannet parked in a distance and sir Danny called me again and said that they are inside vannet. I rushed to the van and get inside, there are 3 persons inside the van, the driver (who happens to be his son), sir Danny sitting at the front passenger seat (beside the driver) and guess who is sitting next to my me? Mr.
Jun Lofamia! Whoa! First I don’t recognize him and I think I don’t know him at all (until I saw his works on the net and realize that his works are ones that I am admiring since I started searching for classic Komiks works)! We had a long conversation on our way to the next persons who will also be with us to Binangonan. The next stop is in Antipolo where we entered in a subdivision and stepped out of the car together with sir Danny and sir Jun to fetch these mystery couples to me. When sir Danny approached the gate he called the name “Orvy” and the couple went out to the house, packed and ready to come with us. When we get into the van, sir Danny introduced me to his other artist/writer friend and his wife. Oh! It’s Orvy Jundis and his wife lu-lu! Wow! I am hanging with the Legends of Philippine Komiks!

When we arrived to sir Danny’s friend Ed Sajelan (also an artist), in Binangonan, he welcomed us very gladly and we rested for just a couple of minutes and started eating. There are lots of menus to choose on top of the table. While we are consuming what is prepared for us, we continue our conversation that has been paused on the road. After hours of talking-while-eating session we move to a small Mr. Sajelan’s nippa hut beside his house. There, we continued talking and talking. Wow, that is a very great moment, there, I learned that Mr. Lofamia was one of the animators of Anastasia and Bartok the Magnificent (all are productions of Fox). He was also worked with fellow legend
Alex Niño in Vampirella comic. Mr. Jundis also was an artist and shifted his focus to writings. He writes in an art magazine in the U.S. before and featured many Filipino artists there like Ruben Aquino (Beauty and the Beast) and many more. He also told me that he once known Joe Kubert (whoa!) and many legendary artists.

It was a very informative and exciting talk for me. After our great conversations, Mr. Sajelan toured us to the unfinished subdivision (where Nene Tamayo of Pinoy Big Brother and Ivette of Sexbomb dancers also live). We went to the upper portion of the land and overlooked the mountains which he plans to conduct on-the-spot painting with us. Sir Danny also took pictures of us using his expensive camera and told us to give copies when the shots are developed.

That was a very fortunate day for me! I conversed with the known Komiks legends! Mr. Jundis is a very great guy, he tells almost everything when I ask him about Komiks and Comics. Mr. Lofamia is also a brilliant person, together with sir Danny and kuya Ed Sajelan! I know I’ll be with them for many times to come and I’m looking forward for those moments!
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Art of the Dreamkeeper

2:41 PM
Hi! Thank you for visiting my page, this is the first time i made a blog for myself.

Keep in touch because i will be updating my page everytime im free with my workloads.

I am currently into 3D animation. My boss has recently enrolled me in 3D animation class because of some reasons. I will keep this page posted with my recent works, and update you guys with my on going projects.

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