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I never told this story about my life. But, I was a comic art teacher once in the defunct Pereira's Graphic Design and Art Institute. Or, to be more precise, I was a replacement comic art teacher, because the one that used to work at that time went on a vacation trip for one month.
I don't remember how I got that job. I think one of my old classmates from the Lopez and Acosta comic school (also defunct) recommended the director to give me the job. Either way, I thought that it was a good way to get money and get some experience. But, oh man, I had no idea what a teacher is meant to be.
And I didn't have any idea of how to take a class, either. I was at that time like 27 years old with little to no experience in the art world. Even worse, I didn't prepare anything for the class. All I did was getting in there, pass the list, look out what the kids are doing and try to follow the teacher's program, which no one, even the director, told me what she was teaching. The payment was good, sort of. But, now that I think about it, it was not good enough.
However, looking back at that time, I didn't do my job right, and I'm ashamed of that. I wish I could do it better. If I could go back that time again, I'd had taught them how to be a good artist at least, teach them the little experience that I had at that time. If I have that chance again, I would go something like this:
Okay, we got four Saturdays to teach art to the kids and I will split it into four short units:
Part 1. How to Draw the head
Part 2. Finding your art style.
Homework: Draw 10 faces (5 males and 5 females) each one has to be different.
Part 1. How to draw the human figure
Part 2. About contours and gestures, or why your character's body looks so stiff.
Homework: Draw your character in full body and in three poses: front, back, and doing something.
Part 1. How to make comics part 1. The process.
Part 2. About the importance to keep drawing even that it doesn't look good; and the comic of today.
Homework: Do a comic page of your character doing his/her daily life things.
Part 1. How to make comics part 2. The webcomics and where to publish your first comic.
Part 2. A serious talk with the children about life as an artist
End of the class.
This would be my short art/comic course plan. I hope one day I will get a second chance to be a comic/manga artist-teacher to share my knowledge with the new blood of artists.
Anastasia, my original character. Made by Medibang on my iPad. I tried out the watercolor brushes and I like how it turned out with those tools.
What's up, dudes.
It's been a long time since I post something on my website. But, this is not because of I forgot my website (which I love how I created and I'm proud of that), or it's because of the pandemic situation that we are right now, it is something of this website builder site, Weebly.com that is out of my control.
Now, I'm not the type of person who makes rants on the internet or complaiins about silly things, but, seriously, this is gone too far.
You see, ererytime I'm trying to enter Weebly and then enter my website to make a post on my blog section, it gets frozen for a long periods of time, and sometimes it gets frozen completly. And because of that situation I couldn't update my Blog to announce the new arts and pages of my ATLA adult comic.
Weebly.com, I love you. I love the builder tools and stuff, but you're too heving to load the page. You need to fix that or else, I'm going to cancel my account with you and move to another website builder. And lately, Wix.com is catching my eye for it features.
So, that's it. This is why I haven't been active on my own website. Of course, I've been active on my social media, so go and check them out in my Contact section.
An art commission from Patreon requested by the awesome creator Sneedham. All characters belong to him. Perhaps the most challenging art I’ve ever drawn because of the background and a lot of characters in one art, but it was a lot of fun drawing these girls.
Happy Carnivals! From one of my OCs Shaira, the Carnival dancer.
Done on my iPad and on Medibang.
Man, this program is so awesome! It’s like Clip Studio Paint: not very awesome, but, really useful.
Due to the fact that I still don’t have the internet in my house, I’m using the internet of my office until my situation gets fixed. So here we go!
You can watch the uncensored version on Patreon, Hentai Foundry and (very soon) Pixiv, the first 6 pages.
(still no internet in my house, using the internet of my office for now)
Happy Valentines Day, dudes! I hope you all have a wonderful time in this sweet day with your love ones.
Meet Sucy, the Valentine Day girl.
Posting using offfice internet due to internet connection in my house.
What's up, dudes!
My first finished fan art done in my new iPad! And I love this shipping of Marco and Hekapoo, they just too cute, and sexy in some way.
I will make another version of this with adult Marco Diaz.
A quick life update:
I'm using the internet connection in my office, so I will be very brief.
I don't have internet in my house since Thursday and for some reasons, my internet provider haven't restore the connection since. I don't know when will I get internet in my house again, so I'm going to use other ways to get connected on the internet and keep posting arts for now until this problem is solved.
So, if you were wondered why I was so quiet lately, well, this is why.
Have a great week!
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