‘Embrace’. Watercolour, ink, acrylic on watercolour paper.
Something I made for a dear friend who’s a fellow swing dancer. ‘Blackbottom’ is a form of dance popular in the 30s, as seen in this amazing clip : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTR6xBeC2xA
Happy Holidays, everyone. Dedicated to those who have to be away from their families this holiday season. I hope you all have someone you could hold close—even if only in your heart—this Christmas eve and Christmas day.
Mr and Mrs Porcupine in their narrow bed.
The two porcupines who met and fell in love at school then decided to get married, and build a burrow-home together. They are poor, so their burrow is not very big. When Mrs. Porcupine rolls in bed, she would hurt Mr. Porcupine, as her quills accidentally sticks him in the face. (story by Mungo Horey)
Seven hours manning the market stall, produced this sketch. Pencil, paper, photoshop colours.
New Illustration Blog Post: Sunset Blues
Mushroom out of a can of pepsi is home to little people in the garden.
Two porcupines met in class, and fall in love. A ‘quick’ exercise in doodle-stories.
A tree, a swan and a squirrel.
Rose-Coloured Visions. (Before and after watercolour treatment)
Experimentation: Cute, in watercolour.
Finished first attempt of mimicking Arthur Rackham’s style. Watercolour and India Ink.
First attempt work in progress, water colour and India ink
A chicken and a pig. Hungry yet?