Miker is a highly experienced Manila-based creative professional that currently offers the following creative services:
• 2D/3D Art (for Games or CGI Animations)
• Cover Art (for Books, Albums, Magazines, e-Books, etc.)
• Book Illustrations (for Children or Kids at heart)
• Comic Book Illustrations (Pencil, Ink & Color)
• Comic Strips (Political, Satirical, Humor, etc.)
• Caricatures (Family, Individual, Personalized or for Commercial Publishing)
• Digital Paintings (Portraits, Landscapes, Still Life, Events, Fantasy)
• Concept Art (for Video Games, Character Designs, Environment, Items)
• Storyboarding and Animation (for film, tv, and online video contents)
• Graphic Design & Branding (for social media contents, marketing collaterals, branding, etc..)
Miker is highly passionate to work with clients from start-ups up to well-established businesses that are interested in availing his creative art services such as illustrations, paintings, graphic designs, 3D, digital photo editing, branding, animation, and other digital art production works.
Miker was a working student then, where he juggled school work and as a graphic artist.
Miker is a Certified Scrum Product Owner® (CSPO®) Credential ID 1055722. This is upheld & organized by Scrum Alliance, a prominent international organization with over 350,000 professional members all across the globe ranging from multiple fields of expertise from art to engineering.
This is pretty general but I designed a lot from art assets up to digital applications.
Miker worked on a lot of videogames on multiple platforms such as Facebook, Computer Desktop, Arcade machines, Xbox, Wii, mobile, and many more.
Miker produced a lot of marketing content and collaterals for so many products and corporate campaigns.
Miker did a few projects for film and video games. There were a few award-winning short films and music videos as well.
Miker handled L'Oreal's layouts and final art that requires high-quality editing of female photos as well as their products.
Miker maximized his skills in producing presentations for business proposals and product pitches.
Miker made a lot of strips that contain humorous content. He worked some as a supporting artist for some established comic strips and some were for a certain advocacy campaign.
Yes, Miker also led a group of designers and developers in designing apps and other digital solutions. This is pretty rare for a person with a creative background but his empathic approach in designing a digital product has helped him actually make an effective result.
Miker was directly involved in producing political art for subjects such as Black Lives Matter, Mother Nature as well as Women's Rights movement.
Miker made a lot of ad layouts for the Pharma clients. These are typically over the counter medicines and health supplements.
Miker has produced a few gambling video slots for Play'N GO. The games produced drew great reviews in art and gameplay.
Miker did some cover layouts for some Law firm's multimedia products.
Miker had produced a lot of projects for small musical groups like websites, social media pages, and ad campaigns.
Miker did a few layouts for some insurance companies like GE Life and Sunlife.
Miker did a few abstract arts both digital and traditional. Traditional was the tie-dye, while the digital are combinations of digital filters, 3D and 3D art.
Miker made a lot of this as a Graphic Designer and Art Director. From Print to Online Ads, Miker has done it all.
2D animation was Miker's initial skill from doing traditional in-between animations up to 3D and motion graphics.
Miker started doing 3D in advertising then extended it to video games then explored short animated films.
Miker did a lot of this in Photoshop and Flash. Pretty basic and standard in web ads.
Miker loves doing book covers most especially for Children's books. He made a few of these using traditional paint and digital.
Miker shifted from traditional mediums to explore digital. He was able to produce more art for commercial use using this medium.
In the early part of Miker's career, most especially during his college days. He did a lot of this and actually paid the bills by winning in multiple local art competitions.
Miker created a lot of this for many clients, typically start-ups. He experimented both with 3D and 2D applications. Both of which works, depending on the client's brand directions.
Miker's infographic art production was mainly used for market presentation decks and product pitches. He made a lot of this in his career as a Producer and a Manager for some digital companies.
Miker made a lot of brochures, flyers, and other print materials during his advertising gigs. He normally used Illustrator and Photoshop for this.
Miker's children's book projects were converted to ebooks in order for the client to maximize the potential revenue.