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Although not a Fine Arts graduate, June Bryan Robiso still managed to do what he loves to be doing: Multimedia Arts! With his hard work and passion for Arts, this 31 year old graphic artist from Laguna is now enticing us with his funny and cute characters.
"I started graphic design when I was in high school as a hobby and to earn money. I designed organization ID's, certificates using Corel Draw, teachers' PowerPoint presentations, and video editing using movie maker at that time. Later when I went to college I learned how to use Adobe Flash as one of our major courses in programming and got started with my interest in digital arts."
"I graduated as Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, but my passion and love to do is multimedia arts. Because I don’t have any proper education in graphic design, I keep pushing myself to learn everything as much I could. I took advantage of what's available online; YouTube tutorials, forums, and blogs until I got my first job as a graphic artist."
"I was rejected so many times applying as a graphic designer, because I’m not really a fine art or multimedia graduate and my portfolio don't meet their standards. And I learned from it. It inspired me to keep improving my knowledge, creativity, and skills."
"I feel relaxed and happy."
"Most of my art is vector art. I love doing funny and cute charactesr."
"It’s hard to please everyone, but that's the part of human experience and learning. If someone didn’t like your art that’s ok. Not all people have the same taste. But try to analyze your work and try to figure out what things you need to improve on."
"Something that I saw on the street as well as funny and inspirational typography quotes."
"The struggles when I started in digital arts are money and time. If you really want to be a graphic artist, you need to have a decent specification of a computer so you can level up your skills in other software like After Effects for motion graphics and Adobe Premiere for video editing. Also it will take a lot of time. Learning software is not easy and you need a lot of practice to enhance your craft."
"Working with smart and creative people is the most important achievement that I attained. Because of them I am improving a lot."
"My favorite thing is illustrating the face of a woman because their expressions are very unique."What can you say to young ones out there who have talents in sketching and graphic designs?
"Keep learning and push yourself beyond your limit. Don’t give up. Everything is part of the process. If you’re tired, take a rest and do it again and again until you meet your goal."
"I saw merchiful on YouTube and I got so excited! Finally there is a print on the demand company in the Philippines where I can have the opportunity to share my designs to my fellow Filipinos."
"I am a minimalist artist, so most of my designs are more elegant and simple. But I also love to do cute and funny characters with the touch of a 90’s kid."