Having a short-time adventure with the lurker-i-am here in Bicol. There are a lot of tourists waiting for the eruption of the Mayon Volcano here in Legazpi City. We have a good view of the volcano from where we are.
WHAT A HOOT! Featured in Arkitep’s latest project is Kuya LM.
In@Otet’s earlier dreams of mastering vector art, he has always wanted his next project to be kuya Mark N. Plaza with owls . Maybe it’s Narnia, or perhaps his hang over from The Guardians, Hedwigs and Pigwideons, I don’t know! But of course, we did our home works on literature. Owls are intelligent. As kuya LM is. (sorry ‘bout your Elephant.)
I used to imagine that the next vector art as a canopy of owls, kuya LM’s head dots here and there (the kind you’ll find on Moo) and here we are, I’m wrong.
This is his brand new take on vectors. A hundred times better than the first ones. This is his most detailed work so far. Way, way cooler than what we assumed.
Fan the flame, man. The passion is too bright to ignore.
[The figure mentioned in this article is made up.]
I was asked by Pastor Patrick Tan to become one of their instructors in Asia Pacific Media’s first Graphic Design seminar. This was held in their office at Ortigas, Pasig City for three consecutive Saturdays with delegates from different churches in Metro Manila.
I thank God for the opportunity to share to these people the things that i love to do, or should I say the things that God has crafted me to do. with it, i met new friends and mentors with the same interest which i found very rewarding. looking forward in seeing them some other time so we can again learn from each other and have fun together.
My other boss, Architect Otet Macapagal is on the roll of vectors. This is his sixth. Honored to be with the one and only Stanley Chi. Yuss, the “Suplado” Stanley Chi. Keep ‘em coming, keep ‘em surprising, ya know you’re inspiring, good sir Otet da man! Check out his works on Arkitep!
Completely unexpected, way cooler than what I’ve imagined. Staring at miss Marie Bartolome’s vector interpretation (pardon my gibberish), a familiar beat plays in a good volume inside my head. I might have bobbed it a bit ‘cause—you’ll agree with me,won’t you?—it’s pretty catchy… I’m short of words to describe it until it goes down to the line that says: “so much easier when sea foam green is in fashion”. That ought to ring a bell. For The Man behind it, Good Sir Architect Otet Macapagal, you’ve done it again. Although my glasses are always raised to you, I’d say, Cheers, my friend.