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Last Build Date: Thu, 07 Jun 2012 20:09:02 +0000


Comment on Client Testimonials by Ann Mulia

Thu, 07 Jun 2012 20:09:02 +0000

Working with Joel is a joy for his speed without sacrificing quality or creativity. Receptive to suggestions (not that he needed much!), he was able to take them and incorporate his own flair that really made the game backgrounds he did look awesome. Great work, finished way before the deadline, just above and beyond. Highly recommended, and as eBay customers would say: A++++++++++++++++ would do business again!!! Ann Mulia Lead Artist GameSamba

Comment on Japanese Manga Style and its Influence on Pinoy Komiks by Vanessa Sario

Sun, 18 Mar 2012 10:56:51 +0000

a filipino artist who drew comics in japanese manga style.. thats definitely me >..<

Comment on Japanese Manga Style and its Influence on Pinoy Komiks by Maget Eden

Mon, 19 Dec 2011 08:37:08 +0000

I got tired of reading some manga and watching anime, I was beginning to get bored with their usual plots. But when I listened to the radio about filipino comics, I quickly searched for them on the internet and my mind was blown away, their drawing styles were really different from manga, it was beautiful. It might sound corny, but it somehow revived my pilipino identity on comic-arts, I am really proud that we've got some really awesome pinoy comics here that isn't influenced by manga/anime. And now, I began reading some liwayway magazines for some pinoy comics. I bought some Kikomachine komiks (they're really funny haha), and now 'am planning to buy some "where the bold stars go to die " and "Elmer". Am still a newbie with pinoy comics and am'loving them. with the thought of having pinoy mangakas (at first ewwww) but then maybe someday it would evolve into something unique and great =)