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Arnold Arre

Artist , Self-employed in Quezon City

Filipino Comics & Animation

PRESENTED ON MAY 22, 2015
IN MANILA @ VOL 5

Arnold Arre narrates his journey and vision in elevating Filipino comics and animation to the world stage.

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Animation

BY SEBASTIAN ALVAREZ
@ VOL 14 ON FEB 28, 2012

Sebastian loves animation, and that could help explain how he ended up becoming an animator. He uses this presentation to describe the main principles behind animation, and shows how all animated forms (2D, CG) can be used to tell stories in original and creative ways. (in English)

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Principles of Animation

BY DANIEL MUĂ‘OZ
@ VOL 14 ON FEB 28, 2012

Daniel Muñóz is a character animator, and in this presentation he explains the main principles and techniques required to produce animation work that manages to suck viewers in. (in English)

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Comics as Survival Mechanism

BY KATHY MACLEOD
@ VOL 6 ON OCT 03, 2012

Kathy Macleod is a comics artist, and in her presentation you get to experience her work, and find out how she goes about her creative process.

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Vintage Romance Comics

BY KIM THE LIBRARIAN
@ VOL 2 ON JUN 19, 2015

Kim works as a librarian at the National Library in Whanganui and she shares her vintage collecton of magazines, illustrations, photographs, and comics in her two blogs. Her main interest are the very amusing mid century romantic comics.

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A Return to Comics

BY SUMMER PIERRE
@ VOL 7 ON SEP 14, 2016

Cartoonist Summer Pierre discusses her return to making comics.

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Females in Comics and Animation

BY MICHAEL CEBALLOS
IN HONOLULU

Women have been underrepresented in literature, comics, and animation.  In the Pacific, traditional indigenous ideals of female beauty have been marred by distorted western representations of exoticism, objectification, and sexualization. This team of creatives shares their thoughts about this problem, the work being done to change this, and their representations of ancestral female heroines and contemporary female superheroes in their comics and animated films. Michael CeballosMary Hattori, and Christopher Caravalho share. 

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Finding My Cultural Voice in Comics

BY RUDY VASQUEZ
@ VOL 16 ON JUN 29, 2017

By day Rudy Vasquez is the mild mannered Marketing and Communications Manager for El Paso’s Downtown Management District (DMD)…but by night Rudy pursues his amazing passion for comic animation artistry.

Rudy has worked for independent comic book publishers as a work-for-hire sequential artist for years, but has not published any creator owned work. Now, the artist is laying the foundation for a creator owned project that is an expression of his own voice. In this journey, he has discovered a culturally rich context that reflects life on the border more so, than life in a completely make believe world. 

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World Apart

BY ANDY NOBLE
@ VOL 2 ON MAY 24, 2017

Andy Noble is in his final year of a BA Hons Visual Communiction course at the University College Isle of Man.  The entrepreneurial stand to the course where students are encouraged to collaborate and form links with industry. His trans media work has culminated into some great projects and opportunities for Andy.

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Return of The Gods - reinventing Filipino legends and myths

BY IAN STA. MARIA
@ VOL 1 ON MAY 29, 2018

Reinventing Filipino mythology for the next generation through Comics.