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In anticipation for Liquid City 3 that’s coming out, I’m gonna be posting some mini trivia post every 2/3 weeks or so :)
So! This was the one of the panels previewed on Facebook. The thing about crowdshots is that, it can get pretty boring. Sometimes I ended up doing just caricaturing my friends and coworkers to shake things up. So here’s some of the little behind-the scenes and mini cameos of friends and coworkers in the comic.
Rony is the writer for our piece and Cheng Tju is our editor/beta for this particular short comic. 
 

In anticipation for Liquid City 3 that’s coming out, I’m gonna be posting some mini trivia post every 2/3 weeks or so :)

So! This was the one of the panels previewed on Facebook. The thing about crowdshots is that, it can get pretty boring. Sometimes I ended up doing just caricaturing my friends and coworkers to shake things up. So here’s some of the little behind-the scenes and mini cameos of friends and coworkers in the comic.

Rony is the writer for our piece and Cheng Tju is our editor/beta for this particular short comic. 

 

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I had downtime on the weekend

I had downtime on the weekend

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Trees

Trees

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lindbloem:

revisions….O_o

Shameless day reblog

lindbloem:

revisions….O_o

Shameless day reblog

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blindsprings:

secondlina:

What happens when you carry all of your worries knotted inside you?

"Knot" is a little fairy tale comic I drew for this year’s con circuit, and due to overwhelming demand, it’s now back in print!

PRE-ORDER HERE (ships late April)

READ IT IN FULL HERE

If you enjoyed “Knot”, please consider reblogging it and/or checking out my ongoing webcomic Namesake! HUGS TO ALL OF YOU!

My friend Isa wrote a really cute comic about a girl with huge hair, which I know is relevant to my followers!!!

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revisions….O_o

revisions….O_o

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pondweed:

To launch the introduction of the books I’ve been binding to my Etsy store, I’m holding a giveaway! 

1st Prize:

  • one 11x15.5cm hand-bound coptic-stitched book of your choice from my shop
  • two art prints
  • and a postcard pack.

2nd Prize:

  • three 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks
  • one art print
  • and a postcard pack.

3rd Prize:

  • two 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks,
  • and a postcard park.

Rules & Conditions

  • Runs from 20/03/2014 — 24/04/2014.
  • Like and reblog to enter. You can reblog multiple times, but please consider your followers’ dashboards!
  • No giveaway only blogs.
  • Winners are picked with a random number generator. (First draw wins first prize, etc.)
  • This giveaway is international. 
  • Please be contactable, either by having your ask box open, or another means of contact clearly displayed. I’ll message you about postage details.
  • Best of luck!

(Source: etsy.com, via ashelisms)

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lindbloem:

Ladies and gents, a preview for the THIRD COMIC :DDDD this is page numero uno!

This comic is going to be part of an AWESOME anthology of South East Asian artist called Liquid  City! I’m in it along with Maximilian Loh and Tita Larasati. Here’s the temporary link from Image comics. I’ll give more info closer to the due date!!

lindbloem:

Ladies and gents, a preview for the THIRD COMIC :DDDD this is page numero uno!

This comic is going to be part of an AWESOME anthology of South East Asian artist called Liquid  City! I’m in it along with Maximilian Loh and Tita Larasati. Here’s the temporary link from Image comics. I’ll give more info closer to the due date!!

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There was a few days’ downtime and I decided to do something different and try to “paint” as it were.

Also: started watching Tamako Market…kinda dissapointed because it’s not as…appealing as K-ON :( 

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pumpkinspicecinnamon:

Demianus Gobay from Paniai in West Papua was taken from West Papua as a 5 year old Christian child to a strict Islamic boarding school in Jakarta.

His name was changed to make him sound more Muslim, he was denied contact with his family and beaten when he strayed from the curriculum. The Papuan children were shipped to Jakarta and on the boat the girls, despite being Christian were made to wear headscarves. Their names wee changed to make them sound more Muslim and they were told that their real Papuan names were “forbidden.”

He was given the Indonesian staple, rice instead of Papuan sweet potatoes and he recalled how “sometimes there were weevils in the rice” and the children were not allowed to eat pork - traditionally one of the most important parts of the West Papuan diet and culture.

When they were sick, they ”didn’t do anything for us”, Demianus says. One of the teachers at As-safiiyah, Usman Musa, told Demianus that when he grew up he ”should go back to Papua and Islamise the Papuans”, the boy recalls.

How does Indonesia’s Economic Affairs Minister Hatta Rajasa describe it? He says sickeningly that this is “one of our ways to obtain a ticket to heaven”.

(via piyolaurant)