Focusing on the smaller picture
We are back~ Dear STGCC, did you miss us?
Well, probably not a lot. STGCC is a celebration of pop-culture, west and east. The western fans might complain about the creeping presence of anime (that includes us, btw) but hey, Singapore happens to be in the Eastern hemisphere of the world. In this somewhat rojak mixture, CDS decided to do something new, something original and partake in this fun fusion pop culture convention.
Conventions are not always about the selling so while one or two of us say behind at the booth, the artists are also running around and enjoying the experience at the same time. Here’s a rundown of some of our experience of fanboying (and fangirling) at STGCC.
The countdown has begun. It is time to rock and bring some anime-goodness to the house.
ACME was epic. It’s the first time we managed to get a queue at all and the tension when the clock count down towards zero… ICDS was… well, just that, I suppose. Not too bad for a first time but plenty of areas to improve on. We would like to thank everyone who supported us and preordered SS2. You have goodies in stall for you.
Now with that out off the way, it is time. It is time to show the rest of Singapore what we can do.
It is time for CDS to rock STGCC
Xeko welcomes you to enjoy Superscenic 2
Now with BONUS wallpaper for download!
The first Superscenic, #CDS0001, was put together by the original Collateral Damage Studios (CDS) artists back in 2007. It was announced during the first Kaleidoscope and debuted at EOY of the same year. A compilation artbook featuring the work of various artists in the group and some guest art, it was unlike anything else the doujin community had offered then. It captured the spirit of the young group then; the raw skills and talents along with an earnest desire to showcase their works to the public.
Five years on, thanks to all the support the community had given the group, CDS had grown to be popular and more importantly, better. Going by product number, we had produced about thirty products by now. It was time to test our limits and do something memorable to mark the occasion, something both familiar and different from what we usually do.
It was time for another Superscenic 2.