Super old archival Athonk page. http://fade.to/pureblack This is the last one online; I used to have numerous comics profile pages for my pals but everyone’s got a blog or site of some sort now – most are in the sidebar on ComicsLifestyle.com.
Aom’s smiling because NUMBERS is out! (Her colleague? Reading Singapore comic DREWSCAPE.)
Below is a video from Titus about the making & format of this little tidbit: “A comic collaboration of 4 artists from Singapore, Rumania, Japan and Germany. The theme is the current economic crises, the stories deal with the feelings of the individuals that are affected by the crises worldwide.”
OK I am off to cogitate on Singapore travel comic! #socialmediadiet
I ran through some basics on Khmer comics (primarily using the powerpoint presentation from my talk at BICOF) and am starting to develop some notes for a general presentation on webcomics: how I use ‘em, what they’re good for, where they are going. Possibly for the next BarCamp I attend.
For your amusement and my future reference, some notes:
Cheers to @yanoak @preetamrai @cerventus @stephanfeb + artists-in-residence for showing up and letting me road-test both presentations. From the queries and discussion I can see there’s a lot more ground to cover, and a lot of good comics to share. (I’d enjoy doing something for BarCamp SG but I simply can’t fly out every weekend. Maybe Bangkok?)
It was great to see a functional and friendly ‘hackerspace‘. (Hope to check out BangSpace next.) Kudos to Preetam for making landing and presenting so easy, and thanks to the Hackerspace crew for making me feel so welcome! (Dang, we need something like this for Penhville!)
OK, here’s a short video tour around the venue now that everyone has left.