estrellavega

estrellavega:

Finished the fanart I posted last week. The final result has been screenprinted on French Butcher White 12x19 paper

I decided to include some gifs to show the work behind this piece. One gif shows the drawing process, I started by taking a picture of a convertible for reference, then drew from there. The other gif shows each layer of color as I was silkscreen printing it. Here’s a video about silkscreen for those who don’t know what it is. Needless to say, it’s quite a process and this took me 7 hours to print.

The print is available for sale in my bigcartel shop. Otherwise, I’ll be selling it at the next convention I do.

aldenviguilla

aldenviguilla:

Grand Comics Festival :-D



     Another fest completed! This year was definitely a fun year for the Grand Comics Festival. Since its the second year, I felt like more people knew about it. When we were handing out promotional postcards during the MoCCA Arts Festival, a lot of people were telling us that they’ve heard of it about it last year. As opposed to last year, when people were just nodding their heads when we told them about the event and they’ve never heard of before.
     And since it was 1-day only Festival, there was less to no slow times. Last year there was a noticeable chunk of slow hours were the room almost had no one looking around. This year it was nice and steady. So, I hope this second year builds upon the Festival’s great reputation. The 3rd year should be even better!






     Grand Comics offers a balanced containable, group of established artists (like David Sandlin, Sara Varon, Dean Haspiel, Jess Ruliffson, etc) and up & comers (like myself and fellow squids- Alexandra Beguez and Estrella Vega). Pat Dorian, the creator and owner of the Festival, definitely gets brownie points for creating a nice, intimate, and FREE fest to go to.

     I had a new zine debuting, The Qirin Hunter and is inspired more to do more! If you missed the show, I’ll see you next year or come visit my online store.



Thanks for stopping by!

aldenviguilla:

Grand Comics Festival :-D

     Another fest completed! This year was definitely a fun year for the Grand Comics Festival. Since its the second year, I felt like more people knew about it. When we were handing out promotional postcards during the MoCCA Arts Festival, a lot of people were telling us that they’ve heard of it about it last year. As opposed to last year, when people were just nodding their heads when we told them about the event and they’ve never heard of before.

     And since it was 1-day only Festival, there was less to no slow times. Last year there was a noticeable chunk of slow hours were the room almost had no one looking around. This year it was nice and steady. So, I hope this second year builds upon the Festival’s great reputation. The 3rd year should be even better!

     Grand Comics offers a balanced containable, group of established artists (like David Sandlin, Sara Varon, Dean Haspiel, Jess Ruliffson, etc) and up & comers (like myself and fellow squids- Alexandra Beguez and Estrella Vega). Pat Dorian, the creator and owner of the Festival, definitely gets brownie points for creating a nice, intimate, and FREE fest to go to.

     I had a new zine debuting, The Qirin Hunter and is inspired more to do more! If you missed the show, I’ll see you next year or come visit my online store.

Thanks for stopping by!

oculartangent

oculartangent:

image

image

You can find me and the rest of the Three Armed Squid gang selling silkscreen goods and comics at the Grand Comics Festival this Saturday from 11am-7pm. I’ll be debuting my Uncanny Alien Raver postcard set, featuring 7 delectable mutants heroes and villains.

image

image

Right…

new stuff from Alexandra Beguez!

oculartangent

oculartangent:

Come on down tomorrow for some libations, good company and to view the MoCCA Arts Festival Award of Excellence winning work of David Plunkert, Greg Kletsel, Jess Ruliffson, Luke Healy and myself! Festivities will begin at 5pm in the third floor Hall of Fame Dining Room (check out our exhibition on the second floor as you head upstairs!). A $5 cover charge will go towards the Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship Fund.

Hope to see you there!

Mocca!

oculartangent

oculartangent:

TCAF RECAP! It was my very first time at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival (and Toronto/Canada). It was held at the magnificent Toronto Reference Library (5 floors of books!) during a gloriously sunny weekend. The festival ran smoothly, thanks to The Beguiling and the TCAF volunteers….

TCAF recap :-D