Saturday, December 27, 2008

The girl who cried her loneliness away

Feeling much more inspired lately. I gotta sleep early though! Here's a piece, spontaneously titled "the girl who cried her loneliness away". Whatever~

Meh, don't worry, not like I'm emoing or anything. But in some ways, it is a representation of the many times loneliness caught up upon me.

*pats himself*

Haha go me~

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Contengan pemecah kebuntuan

Ought to thank Zid for the thoughts. So here's a fanart of Black Light, a character from his comic of the same title.
Hahahaa sorry that it's just a simple sketch~ Maybe I'll dedicate a proper artwork in the future :D

And umm.


Tuesday, December 16, 2008

eXDee #4 @ Comic Fiesta 2008 / Zero:Black

Promo tiem yeah!!

*start of group promotion*

Greetings from the grounds of the dead.

This year the zombies have yet again strived through sweat, blood and tears to bring forth our latest installation of eXDee - eXDee #4! This volume includes works from the zombie crews, yajido, kelzero, jiwo, xilverkit, sly, and zhuleo.

The zine will be priced at RM6, and will be launched on Comic Fiesta 2008. Drop by our grave spot at booth C1 8 & 9 and grab your copy then :)


Sample pages

*end of group promotion*

This time around, I opted to come forth with a remake of an old title, X-Zero, now entitled Zero. The story was independently published in Graveyardstudio's early 2 zines (Free and eXDee #1) a few years back. On the third volume, the continuation came to a halt. Considering the evolution I've went through the years, in terms of art, but most importantly (and beyond saving point), the plot and concept, the story was then no longer relevant.

'Zero' is the one and foremost, most important title for me now. Starting it a few years back might be a mistake on my judgment. Whether or not was it a bad move, the part it played upon in my own progression is a merit, a gigantic one, as this one story's evolution is closely related to my own. Apart from the 2 early episodes being wasted without a place to belong to now (in the story, of course the pages itself belongs to me haha), nothing's lost.

So here comes the brand new, Zero:Black. 'Black' is a standalone episode, an introductionary piece. It serves the purpose of setting the mood onto the story, as well as character definition.

If you have been a follower of Graveyardstudio or (doubtfully) myself, and had gone through the previous X-Zero, I hope this one is much of an improvement for you, as much as it's been for the author. For myself :)