Title Art – Part 1

Right now, I’m just compiling some of my old works for an updated portfolio. And so I thought of creating blog entries too, about it. But I have just so much, and really not possible for me to put them all here. I decided to just choose the ones I love most and maybe the most memorable too! Also, I will create separate posts of them, hence “Part 1,” “Part 2,” etc. Maybe by category or by account, or by any theme I come up with.

In this post, I will be showcasing title arts where I used a 3D software and Photoshop, combined. Some are approved and some are left as “studies” —which most of the times, I love more.

I handled UH for more than a decade. Can’t say I missed it. This is the only one left in my files, sadly.

The following are Tonight with Arnold Clavio tcard studies in 3D. I loved the freedom of color use! But none of them were approved. T.T

These 2 were the ones approved. Through the years, we constantly changed title cards. Me being the art director, tried something new or radical here and there. Most of the times, we still come up with something closely derived from the previous style. So I myself couldn’t if it was for 2017, 18, or 19… if weren’t for the filenames.

Yeah… NOT 3D. Approved.


Now, here’s my favorite account. Design and art directed for more than 10 years. What a run!

Doc Ferds and Doc Nielsen, real good guys to work with!

With so much design I created for Born To Be Wild, I think I’ll create a separate post for it.


And more title cards! In 3 and D! And… P and S.

For Wagas, these last two are not 3D. So, forgive me, okay? Well I have a lot more coming in Part 2. I just don’t like posting long entries. See you again, guys.