Monday, December 15, 2014
Sunday, November 16, 2014
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Starting this month I will be partnering with St. Baldrick foundation to voluntarily providing them with Greeting Cards. St Baldrick's Foundation is a Foundation that funding Children with Cancer. This is such a humbling opportunity. You can learn more about them by clicking on this website:www.stbaldricks.org
You can make a difference in the life of these little children.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
This is my first time joining Inktober. I had some fun though, I learn to take this time to practice with pen and ink, and to learn to go back to traditional medium. When I started doing this, I feel like it is a good therapy as well for me =). Inspired by Japanese Manga's way of doing pen & ink, therefore so I want to focus my drawing going that direction more.
Saturday, August 30, 2014
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
The second image is the printed one and it is decorated with sparks of glitters on highlighted area, plus some beads on her dress. I keep the beads & glitters minimize so that it doesn't overwhelmed the real painting itself.
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Finally it is done! I'm so glad that I can finish well for this series, since I have put target to finish them on July and have been working on them since January 2014 =). I enjoy painting every character of the Sailors, and I take this as a practice as well. I dedicate these pieces to all of the Sailor Moon's fan out there.
I make this Sailor Series Fan Art as my admiration of Legendary Sailor Moon & Naoko Takeuchi's briliant idea. They were my childhood favorite manga and one of my inspiration in art. Together with that is the upcoming New Anime of Sailor Moon that will be broadcasted this year, and also their 20th Anniversary.
These artworks can also be visited in Sailormoon fan art's Gallery. I thank you for the honor that this person displaying my artworks in her website. You can also visit and see the other artists' wonderful pieces =).
Sunday, February 2, 2014
It's up also in Trickster Gallery for purchase =)
The title of this piece is "I Could See You". It is inspired from the song by Yiruma (a pianist from Korean). Why I choose 'I could see you'? This piece is telling a love story between a Spring fairy and a son of man. One time, the man found her in the garden during Spring season. They starred at one another, and the relationship growns stronger as they get to know each other everyday during that Spring time. However, Spring fairy would appear only in Spring. So the idea is that the man would faithfully waiting for his love on Spring every year as they keep growing up. So what's happen after that? I think this will be a piece that I would like to develop more int he future.
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Hi, I just wanna share what I have learnt so far with through this PGSM series. So the first image is the final look of each Sailor, and the second one was the final look before I re-paint them again. I feel there is a huge difference! But, I'm not trying to boasting, but what I can share is to that through this process I learn how to be patient and waiting for the next day to paint. It is really helpful to see the painting through different eyes. Somehow things that I don't see before started to pop up, and since I become able to see the mistakes, so I can fix it.
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
By choosing monochromatic color theme, I try to capture her mysterious yet ordinary and simple young lady (She is the opposite of Princess Anna that is painted in brighter and more color). The turquoise color represents her ice-snow magical power, while the look in her face mirroring her gentle heart.
The printed piece with glitters.