A Story of Which There is No Definition

A stream-of-consciousness post today. An unfinished rumination on how an artist decolonialises the craft and meaning of what a story is.

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Online Talk: Life as a Comics Creator (June 14, 3 PM)

This Sunday, June 14 2020, Iโ€™m going to be on an online authorโ€™s interview to talk about my life as a comics creator. If youโ€™re interested in knowing about my life, my villain origin story and my craft - this is the rare opportunity to ask those questions and hear my voice/accent live.

Registration is required for the event (link): bit.ly/TMC1DL1

The timezone is GMT+8, Malaysia time.

This event is part of the book launch for my upcoming graphic novel with Tintin Pantoja, The Makerโ€™s Club! The full schedule and programming can be found on the Difference Engine website.

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Alexander the Great comic by Reimena Yee

Alexander Comic Art Test // Art Directing a Graphic Novel

Thoughts on the in-progress art direction for my Alexander the Great graphic novel/comic.

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Interview: How Indie Comic Creators Are Coping with the Coronavirus

I was asked to share my ups and downs about being creative during these strange times for an article from the Nerdist. Click here for the full story!

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Art Dump / Art Thoughts

I remember when teenage me used to put out art dumps, accompanied by loose updates on my progress as an artist. So I'm bringing it back.

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Reimena Yee is a graphic novelist, artist and flamingo enthusiast.

She creates the webcomics The World in Deeper Inspection, and The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya; the latter of which is the first Malaysian graphic novel to be Eisner-nominated.

Currently writing and drawing a whole bunch of stuff. Is a nerd for all things spooky and historical.

Melbourne / Kuala Lumpur

Appearances

The Maker’s Club
Life as a Comics Creator: An Online Interview
June 14 2020

The Maker’s Club
Book launch
July 2020

A Weekend of Comics and Illustration
POSTPONED

Merchants. Illustration for Alexander Pushkin's 'Fairytale of the Tsar Saltan', 1905 https://www.wikiart.org/en/ivan-bilibin/merchants-illustration-for-alexander-pushkin-s-fairytale-of-the-tsar-saltan-1905 #bilibin #wikiart

Hello!I'm Sander Berg, an Swedish illustrator with a love of folklore, fantasy, & the medieval-esque.Currently available for freelance work - publishing, editorial, etc. If it's interesting, I'm game!

๐ŸŽจhttp://sanderdraws.co.uk
๐Ÿ“จsanderdraws@gmail.com

#portfolioday #illustration

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If British people understood colonial history half as well as they understand the details of Henry VIII's wives, Britain would be a different country.

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