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I'm a graphic designer based in the Philippines.

Teal is my color for various reasons - it's made up of blue and yellow, its appearance is somewhere between blue and green, but at the same time teal has its own distinct identity and quality. And that's how I see myself - I'm myself because of the many variables t… Read More
I'm a graphic designer based in the Philippines.

Teal is my color for various reasons - it's made up of blue and yellow, its appearance is somewhere between blue and green, but at the same time teal has its own distinct identity and quality. And that's how I see myself - I'm myself because of the many variables that have affected me, but in the end I'm a unique spec out of the many others. Read Less
  • Graphic Designer
    Department of Education (Philippines) — Pasig, Philippines
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My style varies, depending if it's an illustration or simple graphic design.

Illustrations are mostly influenced by Japanese animation, art deco, and art nouveau, and sometimes minimalist art. Sometimes I draw and color them using my pen tablet, but other times I experiment with vector illustration.

On the other… Read More
My style varies, depending if it's an illustration or simple graphic design.

Illustrations are mostly influenced by Japanese animation, art deco, and art nouveau, and sometimes minimalist art. Sometimes I draw and color them using my pen tablet, but other times I experiment with vector illustration.

On the other hand, graphic design (particularly icon design) follows the "less is more" rule of thumb. Icons always go together with their labels, and so keeping the design minimum by choosing the right keywords associated with them is essential. Read Less
My creative process begins with conceptualizing what I want to do. Then the hard yet fun part comes next - researching. Once I have a solid concept and enough research, drafts should now be easier with what I have. I make revisions here and there, and when all is to my liking already, finalizing is all that's left… Read More
My creative process begins with conceptualizing what I want to do. Then the hard yet fun part comes next - researching. Once I have a solid concept and enough research, drafts should now be easier with what I have. I make revisions here and there, and when all is to my liking already, finalizing is all that's left. When finalizing, I need to be 150% sure because after that, there's no turning back, no regrets. And voila, I have a masterpiece! Read Less
Member Since: Dec 14, 2012