“Looking back, the reasons I went into teaching is because I do not know how to be a cartoonist. I have no friends from this field and knew no one that could guide me along the path. That was more than 20 years ago. But now 2022, I still could not see how a young artist can pursue his dream if he says he wants to be a comic artist or cartoonist. I find this unacceptable! I decided to pull together a team and start the Sg Cartoon Resource Hub to find an answer to this. If the industry does not have a clear vision of the cartooning future, let us begin by giving one.”
In this video interview, Sean Lam talks about why he wants to draw Geungsi and publish it in Singapore.
In this video, Hui Xuan shares with us what got her started to be a Manga artist and how the idea of Dream Walker came about.
In this video, Murasaki shared how she became a graphic artist at TCZ Studio and her experience working in the Singapore Press Holdings (SPH).
In this video, Clio Hui talks about what has kept her going in drawing her comics and who are the people who bought her books.
T. Shuxia or Tai Shuxia / 戴 淑 侠 (just call her Shuxia) is a Singaporean artist, illustrator, and co-founder of the arts initiative Kokoro. She works with various mediums and is presently exploring storytelling through art.
A kitten boards the ship of Parameswara, a prince on the run from Majapahit forces after his failed uprising. Leaving behind the beautiful lands of Nusantara, they end up on the shores of Temasek…
In this video, Wee Tian Beng shared how the failure in his first few comics had brought him more opportunities than he expected. He advised artists to reflect on their approaches to their publication rather than pushing the blame on the market.
In this video, Clio Hui shared her experience in her comics journey, how she submitted her works to TCZ Studio and what was required of her.
James is a creative freelancer, providing art direction and accepting selective commissions for original illustrations, portraits and caricatures. With a wealth of experience, he has been invited to conduct Arts Educational Talks and Masterclasses…
The long awaited volume 2 of Geungsi. It should have come out earlier to ride on the wave and buzz of volume 1 which was released late last year. But comic making is hard work. Better to do a good job and tell a good story than to…
In this video, we discussed the different comic genres and art styles. Presented by Clio Ding.
In this video interview, Sean Lam shared how he began as a graphic novelist and the reasons he left Singapore for Japan.
Recently, a group of students in the junior college I’m teaching conducted a survey on the reading habits of youth. Among a hundred over responses, only one indicated that they read comics. While it is possible that a small sample size may have yielded…
This week, we feature comics creator Kang Jing (KJ) and comic colourist Pavith C! Read on to find out more!
Clio Hui is a self taught local artist. Her journey as a comic artist began when she submitted two short stories to PuraComixmag…