Comic Strip: TaeKwonDo master

April 19, 2012 by | Comments Off on Comic Strip: TaeKwonDo master

As you might guess, every start-up blogger experiments with what to include in their new blog. Ours is a mixed one so far, and as my fellow Mycksian [just thought of that word…] gave me a suggested read on how to be a blogger, I have understood that: no one reads your posts in the beginning.

So there we have it. Since no one in particular cares, I decided to start up a series of comic-style drawings in our blog.

Today’s topic: MasLee [nickname], the TaeKwonDo master my kids learn from. Continue Reading →

Comic Strip: Gaming Kids

April 19, 2012 by | Comments Off on Comic Strip: Gaming Kids

Today’s topic: kids.

They are so cute and pretty and adorable and at least 3 times a day everyday teach you some sort of lesson. On top of that, they adapt really fast. Well, I’m not here to brag, but my generation is a fast adapting crowd to begin with. We embraced technology and are hungry for more and more each day. But the kids….. the kids…if you think about it, when I was their age (pre-teen), and you know you’ve thought about this if you have kids; you’ve never even went near a computer. I mean SMARTPHONES didn’t exist! yikes. Continue Reading →

Mycks Design: Character Design flow

April 19, 2012 by | Comments Off on Mycks Design: Character Design flow

Hello! Today we’ll look at the flow of the character design job our Mycks graphic designer took on recently. Those who are interested in the whole process of designing a character for a client might enjoy this.

Client: We want a samurai-ish turtley seal (or seal-ish turtle) for a party boat that also operates a Okonomiyaki (Japanese style pancakes) Restaurant. Continue Reading →