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HangPC2
post Apr 26 2009, 11:57 AM

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Painter/Illustrator/Comic Artist : Mohammad Yazid Kamal Baharin

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post Apr 26 2009, 02:39 PM

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OWh I really like Kaoru masterpiece~
Feel so proud wif him ><
Nway suuport Malaysian Cartunist rclxms.gif
HangPC2
post Apr 26 2009, 06:50 PM

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Janji Kula




Painter/Illustrator/Comic Artist : Aedes (Ahmad Kamil Sabri)



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post Apr 27 2009, 04:06 PM

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QUOTE(HangPC2 @ Apr 26 2009, 11:57 AM)
nice comics rclxms.gif
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I think I just got an idea.
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post Apr 28 2009, 09:13 AM

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Urmm..
I Love local CoMic..
Like GeMPaK..
their artist are so talented. Especially, C2v, Love Lowkey!
Xansiveara > FairyGodBrother.
Keith > Lawak Kampus.
Apoh > Mat Gempak!
And Kutu! > Now Drawing For DC is i not mistaken.


Added on April 28, 2009, 9:14 am
QUOTE(kairiRoxy @ Apr 26 2009, 02:39 PM)
OWh I really like Kaoru masterpiece~
Feel so proud wif him ><
Nway suuport Malaysian Cartunist  rclxms.gif
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Kaoru Is A Girl..
^^,!.. Hehe.. Btw, her drawing is spectacular..

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HangPC2
post Apr 28 2009, 03:38 PM

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Kartunis Pelukis Kelas Kedua ?



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Saya banyak mendapat email daripada student-student yg mengambik course Art & Design kat universiti-universiti tempatan.

Kata kebanyakan diorang, pensyarah @ lecturer mereka yg ‘bijaksana’ pernah mengatakan bahawa kartunis ni dikategorikan sebagai “pelukis kelas kedua”.

Ini berlaku bila mereka disoal oleh pensyarah @ lecturer yg ‘bijaksana’ tu tentang pelukis idola mereka dan apa cita-cita mereka selepas tamat pengajian kelak.

Pabila jawapan mereka adalah menjadi kartunis profesional dan pelukis idola mereka adalah seperti Kartunis Ujang, Gayour, Aie, Tembakau, Ubi (ehem!) dan lain lain lagi; serta-merta muka pensyarah @ lecturer yg ‘bijaksana’ tu berubah dan keluarlah statement “pelukis kelas kedua” tersebut.

Ini kerana kebanyakan kartunis-kartunis tidak mendapat pendidikan formal senilukis seperti kebanyakan pelukis painting yg lain. Kata pensyarah @ lecturer yg ‘bijaksana’ tu lagi, kartun jugak tak boleh dikategorikan sebagai lukisan yg bermutu kerana terlampau simple, tiada anatomi, isi yg merapu dan tiada unsur ilmiah.

Jadi student-student Art & Design tu ingin meminta komen dan pendapat saya berkenaan isu ini…


Pendapat saya ?


Kah! Kah! Kah! Kah!

Kah! Kah! Kah! Kah! Kesian Dato’ Dr Lat… dapat Dato’ ngan Ijazah Kehormat Doktor Seni tu ingatkan Business Class… rupa-rupanya Second Economy Class!

Kah! Kah! Kah! Kah! Kesian Walt Disney… ingatkan filem Snow White ngan Disneyland tu tahap 5 Star tapi rupa-rupanya Low Class!

Kah! Kah! Kah! Kah! Apalah Zunar… buat kartun politik yg gila punya sinis ngan kaya dengan satira, tapi rupa-rupanya Second Hand Artist aje… patutlah kena ban!

Kah! Kah! Kah! Kah! Apalah lu ni Ubi… lukis kartun bertahun-tahun baru tau lu ni sekadar Pelukis Kelas Dua Anggur picisan rupanya!

Kah! Kah! Kah! Kah!



Aduh pecah perut second class aku ni gelak! laugh.gif

Second Class ke, Economy Class ke, Kelas Kedua ke, Kelas Dua Anggur ke, Kasta Pariah ke… yg penting ‘aku buat apa yg aku suka dan aku suka apa yg aku buat !’ smile.gif



http://www.kartunisubi.com




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post Apr 29 2009, 08:17 PM

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Aiyooo Second Class doh.gif
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post Apr 30 2009, 09:04 PM

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Kalong Pendita




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post May 5 2009, 08:06 AM

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QUOTE(Hangmen @ Apr 24 2009, 04:26 AM)
Why are old skool Malaysian comics so frickin' manly, awesome and HELLS YEAH VIOLENCE? I just pissed my pants watching the inspector blowing away the crocodile with an M16. If anyone could scan these old comics and put em' up on Torrents, the whole universe would divide itself by zero.
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post May 5 2009, 08:18 AM

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post May 5 2009, 06:02 PM

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QUOTE(flame13th @ Apr 23 2009, 06:17 PM)
Woh.. Gila 18SX dan 18SG.
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Dulu KDN tak kacau sangat
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post May 5 2009, 08:00 PM

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actually being a good artist is easier than being a good comic writer. because these days, it's just very hard to come out with a complete 100% original idea. no matter how much you try n look, there will most likely be some linkages or relationships with other more popular stories from Japan or US.

even our local comic, those with local heroes, most of them are based on the existing stories with some modifications.

for me, as long as you don't take too much elements from another story, it is still OKAY. if you take maybe some ideas here n there, then try to innovate n create something new, then that's something different. u copy too much = not original anymore.

as for our local manga industry, i feel we have lots to learn. we have a lot of talented people such as Ben (yes, his artworks are very nice). i'm sure we can achieve something great. smile.gif

p/s.... and i must agree, good artist doesn't mean good writer.
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post May 10 2009, 12:31 PM

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post May 11 2009, 11:59 PM

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Painter/Illustrator/Comic Artist : Aman Wan


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post Jul 16 2009, 02:57 PM

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What Happened To BEN ?
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post Jul 16 2009, 03:04 PM

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Leaving on a jet plane


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PINKY : Adijins most-beloved original creation



COMICS can't protect you from the cold. Both figuratively and literally. Just ask Aad'i Salman Ayob Khan, known in the comics and design industry as Adijin. He has been in the Malaysian comics industry for eight years and is opening a new chapter in his life as he prepares to fly to Canada.

He only has one bag - a green backpack - which he has stuffed with T-shirts, underwear and a few pairs of pants.


Hardly enough gear to protect him from the cold Canadian weather, but a lot of space will be filled with comic books - something he loves more than being adequately prepared to fight off pneumonia and frostbite, perhaps


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I'm not really doing comics for any amount of serious money. It's for satisfaction. - Adijin


"I do have a jacket," he said.

Adijin, celebrated award-winning Malaysian comics illustrator and graphic designer, will be flying off to Canada on Wednesday. He has landed a gig with the Canada-based, or rather Quebec-based, Volta Creations, Inc as a concept artist.

"I'm going there for the opportunity to work with different artists," said Adijin at his home in Cheras recently.

"Malaysia has a lot of talented people, but perhaps not enough organisations to get them together like in other countries. We also have a problem with diversity, when most people are doing the same kind of art."

Adijin says this about his drawings: "I think it's semi-realistic."

The current fad or popular style being put forth by many Malaysian artists, and the world of comics for that matter, is what is perceived as manga-based.


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JITA DEWATA : Another one of Adijins attempts at capturing regional artistic flavour


"It's not wrong to draw anything in any way, but if there is a chance to see more varied forms and styles of art and illustrations, I would prefer to go and work with them. To learn, to grow. To experience and to explore."

Humble words from a man many consider as one of Malaysia's top artists. He recently won an award for Best Cover at the inaugural Anugerah Pekomik for his work on Liga Pendekar.

The problem with variety was acknowledged recently, in the Morning International Manga Competition, which started as the world's first full-scale International Manga Competition that was part of a celebration of the 25th anniversary of Morning magazine published by Kodansha.

Chief Judge Eijiro Shimada wrote: "When I read all the submitted works, what surprised me was that the submissions we received are not as diverse as works for other Japanese manga competitions, even though this is an international competition. Manga includes everything such as superhero comics and European comics, etc. Even if the style of the work looks different from manga, it is manga as long as the creator thinks it is manga. Even if the content is unusual for manga, it is manga as long as the readers think it is. In Japan, manga has developed that way."

Adijin will probably find what he is looking for in Quebec.

Just across the street from Volta's office is Ubisoft's Quebec branch.

"The Canadian Government has been very supportive of gaming companies. They have seed capital programmes and incubation incentives for the industry," he said.

"Not that the Malaysian Government is unsupportive. I know that some RM200,000 is available for comics alone and there are other grants. It's just ... I want to work with all these other artists. That's it."


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LIGA PENDEKAR : Awarded Best Cover at Anugerah Pekomik 2009


Adijin is part of a list of illustrious illustrators such as Datuk Lat, Rejabhad, Mahathir Buang (Milx), Billy Tan, Tan Eng Huat, Sonny Liew, Baba Chuah, Sunder Raj, Kin Sun, Mohammad Yazid, Ong Chee Yang, Sheldon Goh, Alan Quah and others who over the years have established Malaysian creative talent overseas.

Adijin's previous work include the comics Silent Hill, Hack / Slash and Small Gods for Devil's Due Publishing and Image Comics as well as art for Warhammer 40,000.

Interestingly, Volta Creations mainly supplies game companies and advertising agencies. They don't really focus on comics.

"I'm not taking this job for the glamour, because it is not glamorous," said Adijin. "Doing comics is more glamorous than doing graphic design. There's no money in comics, but it's still glamorous. I won't be doing comics there. I'll be a concept artist.

"However, I will come back, perhaps when the visa expires. I still want to do comics. I don't want to let that go."

Though soft-spoken, Adijin can be very resilient and faithful to his choices. After taking the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia exams, he decided to immediately plunge into the world of Malaysian comics. Together with other artists, he founded Urban Comics - a self-published effort.

"It was during the time of the self-publishing explosion. People like Jeff Smith (Bone) and Dave Sim (Cerebus) all were the frontrunners in the States," he said. "It took a while for the wave to get here, but we eventually caught the ‘fever' in 2001. However, things fizzled out in 2003. I don't know why. I guess, in publishing, you can never really know what people want."

Having had to keep taking other jobs even while doing Urban Comics prepared Adijin for the comics magazine's eventual bust. He ended up doing advertising design work for companies such as Ogilvy and comics illustration work for some overseas studios.

Having already established himself, Adijin ploughed on and now has got a break with Volta.

"I'll be back," he said. "And I'll still do comics. After all, I'm not really doing comics for any amount of serious money. It's for satisfaction."


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post Jul 16 2009, 03:19 PM

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i need ben products! T_T how to keep track of ben now? XO my most fav mangaka for local. second is kaoru. have her signature and picture with her..

i need ben! =( other local cant satisfy my reading other then ben. i even try to draw like him. tiru some of his drawing xD
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