The first time I wasn’t happy with drawing

On January 2017, I decided to become a freelance artist; I was able to work with good clients during the first quarter of the year. By the half of the year, I decided to start writing a book I've planned in my head. In September 2017, I published my first ever e-book called Seedlings: A… Continue reading The first time I wasn’t happy with drawing

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Patches

"I thank God that many families, which are far from considering themselves perfect, live in love, fulfil their calling and keep moving forward, even if they fall many times along the way. The Synod’s reflections show us that there is no stereotype of the ideal family, but rather a challenging mosaic made up of many… Continue reading Patches

An afternoon of drawing our childhood

Today in the third floor lobby of Ayala Museum, INKies (members of Ang Ilustrador ng Kabataan) and participants gathered for an afternoon of sketching, painting, snacks, and music. It was Sketch Afternoon, the last event we have in celebration of Ang INK's 25th Anniversary. Earlier this morning, our organization held a Kiddie Arts and Crafts… Continue reading An afternoon of drawing our childhood

Make art, and be good, be good, be good II

Ms Liza Flores came to the stage and started to prepare her presentation on the history of children's book illustrations in the Philippines. Before she began, Ate Ara asked us if we knew about the history. When no one showed affirmation to this, she stressed that we should all know that since that was the… Continue reading Make art, and be good, be good, be good II