Since WordPress supports Tumblr syncing, I’ve created a Tumblr page to sync with it and also easily follow other people’s work.

“but Gus, didn’t you have a Tumblr before? Why did you delete it?”

Yes, yes I did… but now I recognize that Tumblr is an important tool for sharing artwork and interacting with other artists. However, WordPress is my main hub, I’ll be introducing all the main content through here and then it (hopefully) gets shared into Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. So, fingers crossed and let’s see if that works!

Meanwhile, if you have a Tumblr page, please share in the comments, would love to follow your work! 🙂



These past few days I’ve been trying some new things on Mischief. Instead of heavily depending on sketch/guide lines, I’ve started to give it a go at adding and erasing broad shapes, color rendering them with the pencil/airbrush tool and improvising from there, always having a good amount of layers to avoid accidents. For someone who would occasionally get stuck at inking the line-art or color rendering, this process became far more intuitive and spontaneous. I’m slowly getting the hang of it and really looking forward to what this may bring… at least now I have no excuse to not do more colored pieces that aren’t pixel art.