#StickerConMNL is back for it’s second year, and it’s bigger than before. Here’s a quick rundown of what happened, from the perspective of an artist and exhibitor.
For as long as I can remember, I always bring a notebook with me. I use it to jot down thoughts and ideas, sketch, or note something I have to do. It’s usually messy, unorganized, and very random (even if I’m using a dated journal or planner). A few years ago, I heard of Bullet […]
I’m not into the usual Holy Week stuff now, but it feels comforting to see traditions being passed on. Reminds me of the time when my grandmother would pull us kids to join it. Sunday now, the time when Jesus rises from the dead. The Salubong is now happening, and the procession just passed by […]
I’ve got a horrific backlog of posts for this November. Work and school kept me busy, and they have their own backlog too. Quick summary of what’s happened so far, starting with the latest. NaNoWriMo Winner! 50,312 words in 30 days. Validated my words on November 3o, 2014 10:30 PM (GMT +8). About 20k of […]
Well, we finally did it. All the Doctors and the FemmeDoctors in one event. Photos by Cali Ynoviel & Bex P., background edited by BJ David. Yes, we are aware we made a mistake with the ordering. I tried to recall how this all came about. My research brought me to a post in the […]
Continued from 10 Reasons Why NexCon Rocked: Part 1 5. The awesome panels Most cons here are about the merchandise, cosplay and stage events. It’s only in book or comic related cons do I get to see any panels. NexCon had three of them, and each one was something worth attending. I managed to go […]
Each year, I post a quote from Neil Gaiman as my New Year’s greeting. Wasn’t able to do something creative with it this year, but I’ll post it anyway. “I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, […]