The W.I.P. Programme Meet the Judges
The creators behind the top 3 submissions from SGCC 2022's W.I.P. Programme Comic Submission, come face to face with the representatives from the judging publishers/companies. Come learn a little bit more about what publishers and media companies look for. You might pick up some tips for your own submission.
The session starts with Opening Remarks by Mr Justin Ang, Assistant Chief Executive, Media, Innovation, Marketing & Communications, IMDA.
Creating Worlds - Crafting The Wonderverse Saga With Rachta Lin
Description: A self-taught illustrator on the international stage, Rachta has always wanted to be a manga artist since young. Be the first to preview Rachta's The Wonderverse Saga at Singapore Comic Con 2022 and witness Phynnix struggle to overcome the stigma of being born Subhuman in this oppressive world.
Crowdfunding - The Journey Of Your Idea To Market
Discover how to turn your creative hobby into a full-time gig! On this panel, you will learn the first steps of building your brand and the advantage of utilizing crowdfunding in introducing your product to the market.
Imposter Syndrome For Artists: Our drawings Aren't Good Enough For Us To Have A Panel And Yet Here We Are
This is a panel for creators who feel dread and resistance for creation. Wei Choon will talk about how he feels a lot of imposter syndrome for his art to be at SGCC, and how he creates despite the crippling sense that his art is not good enough. Despite all his inner critics attempts to stop him from creating, his artwork and art direction has contributed to the success of The Woke Salaryman. After the presentation, there will be a 15-20 minute sharing session where people in the audience can ask questions/share their own fears about creation.
Breaking into the International Comics Market
Join Artgerm (Stanley Lau), Derrick Chew, Zu Orzu and Rachta Lin, as they share their stories on how they each successfully made a name for themselves in the international scene, what they bring to the table as an Asian creator and if they have any tips for the next generation of aspiring creators.
Plus! CB Cebulski, Editor in Chief of Marvel Comics joins us as a special guest to share his insights and observations on Asian creators and how to break into the House of Ideas!
18: Series 1 - The Hackaton of a Virtual Production
In this panel discussion, the collective team behind 18 will present the goal and process for the 2-week Program that was run for students from Singapore Poly. Learn how the students from Singapore Polytechnic were educated about the XR (Xtended Reality) Stage, how they planned and executed the vision and ultimately produced the short film.
Adding Fantasy Elements To A Digital Portrait With Bearbrickjia
Sparking emotion and wonder through a fantasy narrative is a skill that requires a resourceful mind, flush with imagination. However, a defined methodology is just as important to successfully transmit these ideas to your audience. Throughout this session Karmen will show you the soft, glittering ropes to her polished technique for creating digital fantasy portraits that narrate an ethereal atmosphere, with precision and skill.