Tomas and Nilo

As part of my so-called 30-minute daily drawing exercise (which I shorten to Daily 30), I drew this quick sketch of two characters in a story I wrote for a short comic story for a comic book anthology. I was supposed to be the writer while my brother is the artist of the story. However, he is currently very busy with his work that he couldn’t draw much of anything for this project.

So, to sort of help my brother out when he finally gets a chance to draw stuff for our story, I will draw some sketches related to my story myself. At the very least, my drawings might help better communicate the scenes I want in the story to my brother.

As for my Daily 30 exercise, maybe “daily” is a bit too much after all. I’ve already skipped a day since I decided to start doing this because of other more important things I needed to do yesterday evening. Now, instead of daily, it’s down to three times a week. I’ll still be calling it Daily 30 though. Much shorter name.

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Published in: on December 20, 2007 at 11:05 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Hi Vince. Actually, my brother came up with the characters’ looks. I just told him that the story is set sometime before the 80’s. Yes, the logo is indeed the logo for Kabataang Barangay (with Ka and Ba in baybayin script in a circle). 🙂

  2. GJ, what’s the inspiration for the logo on the guy’s shirt? It reminds of Kabataang Barangay/Bagong Lipunan/something from the Marcos era.


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