Over the years, friends from the Philippines have been bringing me comics they bought from the comic cons there. Even if I can’t read Tagalog, I am interested to find out more about the new comics and artists emerging. ..
Kael Ngu is back in Singapore for the comic con next month (10-11 Dec at MBS). Unless you have been living under a rock, you will know he is a rising star in the Malaysian comics scene, drawing covers for DC and Marvel. ..
Jaina Teo is a freelance concept and comic artist from Singapore. Read on to find out more about her!
This week, we feature Germaine, also know as Noirbriar, a comic artist and illustrator from Singapore. She has created various comics including Ghost Cafe, Baumkuchen and GENESIS Blood Debt. Read on to find out more about her!
Jillian Tamaki is coming to town. Well, sort of. For the Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC) but it will be a virtual panel. In the last two years, we have our fill of online comics panels and events. The endemic stage continues this trend…
One of the aims of starting the SG Cartoon Resource Hub was to learn from fellow comic creators and to distill some of their hard-earned lessons and share them with other artists. That is why we did a series of video interviews with Singapore comic artists…
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…
This week, we feature Yolk Chan Y.Y, who’s currently studying for a diploma in animation and illustration design. Read on to find out more about her and her works!
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.