Seems I might be liking this webcomic thing…though I haven’t thought of a theme or schedule yet (I’m just drawing them as I think of an idea), but I’m enjoying it, so this might become a regular thing (hopefully!)
This entry is based on a childhood memory ~
Parece que me esta gustando esto de hacer webcomics…aunque aún no he pensando en un tema o horario (por ahora, solo me entretiene el dibujar cuando se me ocurre una idea, pero espero que esto se vuelva algo regular).
Esta entrada esta basada en un recuerdo de mi niñez ~
I followed the suggestion of a friend to make a webcomic, and here is the first strip. I have no idea if my self-deprecating humor will go over well, but I guess we’ll just have to see how it does.
Seguí el consejo de un amigo de hacer un webcomic, y pues, aquí está. No sé si mi humor autodestructivo gustará o no, pero supongo que tendré que ver que tal según la opinión pública.
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Hillary Chute entrevista a Allison Bechdel [Inglés]
Allison Bechdel (“Fun Home“) is one of my favorite comics artist. If you want to read a comic stays with you, please check out
Alison Bechdel (Photo credit: fototineke.be)
this incredible artist.
Allison Bechdel (“Fun Home“) es una de mis dibujantes de cómics favoritas. Si quieren leer un cómic inolvidable, por favor sigue a esta increíble artista.
I finally got around to making a comics’ page! I’ve put the comics I’ve made so far on a detailed list, with English, Spanish and Japanese versions! I had been trying to get this done for months but I finally managed get the free time to work on it. I’m also working on a theme-change and re-edit of the whole site, as well as Sketchbook and Illustration pages! Your feedback is SUPER IMPORTANT (it helps me improve as an artist and designer!) so please take 1-2 minutes to write back and let me know your thoughts, suggestions or just say hey
It’s funny how I hadn’t posted anything in months and in the span of a couple of days, I’m posting yet more manga! Either I will keep posting artwork or I’ll go into lurking once again to emerge with something else
This time, I’m posting web versions of a short story manga I made for a workshop I participated in at my school. It was led by two famous BD (Bande Dessinee) artists named Jean-Claude Mézières and Pierre Christin, creators of a famous BD SF (Science Fiction) story called “Valérian and Laureline“. Although they write SF BD, in our workshop, we worked on creating a short manga, 2 to 3 pages long, about Kyoto, or something related to Kyoto. I had already made up my story when they decided on the theme, so in the end, I just placed it in the context of Kyoto, though the story can basically take place anywhere.
I wanted to post the manga, but I didn’t know which language version to post, so…here’s all 3 of them: Japanese, English and Spanish. In regards to the Japanese version, I used Kansai dialect (Kansai-ben) to accentuate the fact that it’s in Kyoto, so it might be a bit weird for some people who are used to the standard, Tokyo dialect of Japanese (though I find Kansai-ben way more interesting!). As far as the English and Spanish versions, the only note is that I made the translations very quickly (and under lack of sleep!) so there may be some mistakes (let me know if you find one!). Also, the Spanish version obviously has no accents, because the font I used is for English use only, but…whatever :/
Ok, so I hope you like it, please let me know what you think, so I can keep improving my work Cheers!
Although this is for one of my classes/projects, I though I’d post it here since it’s artwork, and I’m curious to see/hear what people think about it. It’s a short comic about a project my university if collaborating in, alongside Kobe Universities and various NPOs and other organizations, here in Japan as well as overseas. For more info, please read!
And also, leave a comment! Like I said, I’m curious as to what people think