written by Petra Magno
Petra is probably one of the best, most interesting people I know, and it’ll be a bummer to see her gone. She’s leaving for New York and I’ll miss her so.
Background on this comic: We were hanging out in a coffee shop. Petra was trying to explain how she was dealing with being diagnosed with Bipolar disorder. Somewhere in that conversation we came up with a metaphor for how othe people have gardens inside them and she has a hive of bees for a heart. She decided to write a comic around that. And here we are.
A post about commissions
Doing a comics project in the next few months and would like to just focus on that as opposed to some freelance projects.
Thinking of doing black and white art for $40, just that for the time being, paypal/other means of payment
would anyone be interested in commissioning me for art?
a poem by Petra Magno that I adapted, our first collaboration I made over a year ago. We submitted it to a poetry anthology but it didn’t make it. Included in Sad Comics For Dirty Lovers.
How I Live Now
short comic I did for folks. collected in Sad Comics For Dirty Lovers
I put up Sad Comics For Dirty Lovers as part of the free comics in case you would want to check it out. Will be taken down next week
Excerpts from The Greatest Webcomic You’ve Never Read
Available this Saturday at Komikon!
Sad Comics for Dirty Lovers is a small compilation of my comics and comics I made with friends over the past year with people like Apol Sta. Maria, Petra Magno, Carljoe Javier, Mihk Vergara, and Auti Nones!
60 pages! Black and white! Softbound! Nice Quality!