Monthly Archives: July 2013
Doodle of the Day #7: More Girls
Here are some more girls I drew on the train. I may be obsessed with girls’ faces. Whenever I see a woman with a fascinating face, I have to pull out my sketchbook and draw it. Or try to draw … Continue reading
Doodle of the Day #6: Hard Days Work
Done on the train. I envision that his favorite drink is whiskey on the rocks. He often comes to this bar for drinks after work, but he never cheats on his wife.
Global Talent Search Submission
I have joined and submitted a piece to the Global Talent Search put on by Lilla Rogers Studio. We were to work with a playground theme, and I had an image of lots of animals doing what they love in … Continue reading
Doodle of the Day #5: Just Before Dreams
Every night when I am in bed waiting to fall asleep, when my mind wanders and I’m thinking about the day, the future, the past, whatnot, there comes a point when I realize that my thoughts no longer make sense. … Continue reading
My classmates and I have just finished the last week of the Make Art That Sells e-course (Part A) by Lilla Rogers Studio. The course has been a great adventure for me. I’ve learned a lot about art markets, tips, … Continue reading
I Did It!
OMG! My design is in the top 10 in the Spoonflower Weekly Contest (Citrus Fruit theme)! I’m elated! This design was so much fun to do, I’m thinking of making a whole collection for it. Here were some of the … Continue reading
My First Ever Abstract
Well, technically, this is not really my first ever abstract if you include finger-painting from childhood or the odd experiment from art school, and technically, this may not even be defined as a true abstract. But the main point is … Continue reading