We are pleased to announce that SCC will be having a Sketchcards Meet & Trade / Scavenger Hunt at STGCC this year. You are most welcome to join us; Whether you want to participate as an artist / sketchcard contributor, a Sketchcards Hunter, or you just want to own a couple to start your own Sketchcards collection, comeby our booth.

SCC would like to thank STGCC for making this presentation possible with logistics and other in-kind support.

Why you should join us at STGCC 2018:

  1. What you can expect at the SCC Sketchcards Meet & Trade
    • Collect sketchcards to be given away by participating artists (while available)
    • Trade sketchcards with other collectors
    • Hunt for sketchcards in the Scavenger Hunt (you have to be a member of SCC for the Scavenger Hunt as clues will be posted within the SCC Facebook Group)
    • Have a chat with other collectors and show off your sketchcards collection
    • Sketchcards drawing sessions by SCC Members
    • You don't have to be an SCC member to participate
  2. Activities @ SCC Comics Exhibition
    • Comics Exhibition
    • Sketchcards Meet & Trade
    • Sketchcards Scavenger Hunt
    • SCC Members: The Gathering

These cards, measuring 2.5 x 3.5 inches each, will be traded or given away at STGCC, at the SCC Comics Exhibition Booth. Sketchcards are a popular off-shoot of trading cards and original art, and have garnered quite a following among comic fans. Sketchcards have overtaken mass-printed trading cards, as they offer another way for fans to acquire original art commissions from their favourite comic artists, that are far more affordable. The sketchcards created by SCC members will NOT be for / on sale at STGCC 2018.

Elvin Ching is an illustrator and storyboard artist whose short stories have appeared in the Eisner-nominated Image Comics anthology series Liquid City (“City” in Vol. 2 & “Boy” in Vol. 3), and his artworks have been featured in various ads, portals, projects and events such as McDonald’s, Culturepush.com, Kult Magazine, Animax x OIC Manga Exhibition, No Approval art exhibition and the Pangu series of children’s comics (P3 Publishers).
He had also completed a short stint assisting in conceptual designs for the upcoming science-fiction thriller film, Beyond Skyline (2015).
In 2015, he was commissioned by Marvel Comics to contribute artwork for a set of promotional trading cards (Avengers versus Ultron) that were specially distributed at the Thailand Toy Expo in Bangkok. His most recent comic is The Legend of Badang released in NDP 2016.
An infographics journalist with unique strengths in illustration and design, Kelvin has been in the field of news design for more than 20 years. He has garnered numerous domestic, regional and international accolades including three Society for News Design awards.
Kelvin helped run the creative desk at Reuters News Agency under the creative editor. He has published numerous graphic novels and artbooks including the illustrated ‘Men in White’.
Kelvin has always been an avid comic book, pop-culture lover, being a published comic-book artist. He is also a sculptor, with experience in statue manufacturing from concept to delivery.
Having done work for brands in the gaming and film industry like Capcom, Warner Bros., MM2 Entertainment, Illustrator, comic artist, concept artist, digital sculptor, statue manufacturer.
Alan Quah a professional comic artist from Malaysia whose first comics pages were published in a 1984 fanzine, APAzine from Berita Publishing. He has done work for DC Comics, Titan Comics, IDW, Legendary Comics and is the Principle of Komikaki Studio.
His noted published work includes:
  • DC Comics' The Vampire Diaries
  • Legendary Comics' Godzilla: Awakening
  • A prequel comic to the blockbuster Godzilla and RAGE
  • A french comic book series by Glyphs Production
  • Space Goat Presents Anthology
  • ShadowGirls
  • Evil Dead
  • IDW's Orphan Black.
Alan has also recently done the concept art for a statue line for Royal Selangor. He has also worked on Nike's Footwear Illustrations for DarkHorse.
James Leong has been working in the advertising industry since 1988. His career highlights include serving as a jury member of the 2005 London International Advertising Award, and emerging unscathed working with the legendary Neil French on numerous projects.
During the merger of D,Y&R and Wunderman, James designed the new corporate identity and supervised the production of the corporate bible. He also art directed 3 WPP Creative Annuals, The World Press Awards’ collaterals, and the Creative Book while working closely with the WPP Worldwide Creative Director, Neil French.
He loves to draw very much, especially enjoys TVC storyboarding, and has won Silver in the Illustration Category at Longxi. In his spare time, he is an active urban sketcher and creates his own comics, experimenting in various mediums.
As a Wing Chun practitioner, he has been training in this martial art since 1996 and is now teaching some enthusiasts.
8th of Sept, 1pm to 2pm
Sketchcards / Comic art Demonstration
8th of Sept, 3pm to 3.30pm
Sketchcards / Comic art Demonstration

8th of Sept, 3.30pm to 4pm
Comic art techniques Discussion
8th of Sept, 4 to 5 pm
Sketchcards / Comic art Demonstration

8th of Sept, 6pm to 7pm
Comic art techniques Discussion
9th of Sept, 3 to 4 pm
Sketchcards / Comic art Demonstration


Sketchcards collecting is a constantly evolving hobby; New and creative ways of collecting are being discovered and are quickly catching on. Art is also, by nature, collectable, and the sketchcard or art card is, due to its size, perfect for collecting.

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Sketchcards giveaways at Gnb Comic Shop, and Sketchcards discussion and Scavenger Hunt at a PanelGrapher Editorial meetup @ ScapeMedia.

The Sketchcards fit anywhere (even in your pocket), and can be displayed like any other collection, in an album or on a stand. Even though sketchcards are small, they have potential and gaining quite a following. And because they are small and affordable, it is possible for anyone to acquire original art from a wide range of artists, and styles.

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Sketchcards Toolkit: Drawing Stationery and Sketchards Album

Aspiring artists from SCC, whether they are professional or just love to draw, have started drawing popular comic characters from a wishlist drawn up by other members. Here are some sketchcards done by SCC members:


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