My first Five Problems on my first Animation Project

The first thing I realized when I started working on my animation final was how little prepared I felt for it. The second thing I noticed was that yes, you can keep on drawing up during a panic attack. Multitasking baby! That second one was a joke. I didn’t have panic attacks, even though the…

Sleep Food

I would like to imagine that it all started in 1895, in the first screening of the Lumière brothers’ The Arrival of the Train to the Station; in which they say that the spectators got up surprised and ran for their lives. I would like to assume that the amphitheatre was empty, except for a…

Melusina

While I was preparing my portfolio for the NYCC, something funny happened when I found these four comic pages that I completely forgot what I had done. Last year I got into a little fanzine called Chubby Anthology. The proposal was quite open, as long as they were LGTB + stories that celebrated body positivity….

Bunny goes travelling!

If you are reading this, it’s because I’m dead. No, wait, it’s way too early for that message. Which one it was again? Ah, yes. Aeroplane. Right now I’m either getting on a plane, or sitting thousands of miles above, or getting off a plane, or walking through New York almost as lost as a…

Six Indispensable Elements your Artist’s Resume needs – Part 2

Welcome to the Second Part of this very long article! Now, let’s talk about the elements inside the resume. Bienvenidos a la Segunda Parte de este increiblemente largo artículo! Ahora, empecemos por los elementos dentro del resumen.   Who I am? This is the first thing your employer has to know when it comes to grabbing…

Six Indispensable Elements your Artist’s Resume needs

Do you remember when I said in the last post that artist’s resumes were special because they were inherently from the artist himself? Well, I came here today to say the same thing again, but longer. In fact, so long that I decided to divide this post in two. Look forward to part two later…

Artist LVL Up!

Nothing makes you feel better than updating your resume and realizing that a section that before took me one page to resume now it takes me two pages. Well, that and the fact that the love of my life is still by my side in this resume too: Napoleona (and she is chubbier than ever!)….

Everything Nube and Pluc

ne of the first exercises we did in the Applied Illustration class, after doing a survey and gathering information about the tastes and interests of the audience to which our product was designed for, was to draw a series of characters. I honestly don’t remember what the other characters were, I do remember a monk…

Best of Briarworld Update

One of the things Derek Künsken and I did before starting to publish Briarworld, was to write down a Marketing Plan. I have almost no experience in marketing, while Derek, having published two books already of the trilogy of the Quantum Evolution (and the third will soon be published this October!), so he had a…

Guess What!?

I’ve been waiting nine months for the moment when I could finally upload this image: Estuve nueve meses esperando el momento en el que finalmente pudiese subir esta imagen: This is it. As a smart person, so smart, S-M-R-T, I mean S-M-A-R-T, who no longer needs the high school diploma, not actually because I entered…