I’ve been tagged by Francesca Springolo to list 6 weird things about me. Well I’ve already listed 6 in the previous post, anyway here’s another six.
When I was young I want to be a fashion designer but here I am now a woman without a fashion sense.
I love cats but I don’t have one.
I can’t swim but can float.
I can’t sleep with the blanket covering my toes.
Sometimes I sleep with my legs crossed.
I only have a pair of shoes for work. Hate shoe-shopping because I would spend the whole day looking for the design that I like.
Now I’m tagging anybody who wants to play! Enjoy!
Sprout | watercolor
As a kid, I used to just lie down waiting to catch the moment my bean sprouts would at least grow a bit in front of my eyes. I was pretty sure that I captured the moment until my sister blew it all and told me that it wasn’t the sprout, it was the wind!
I Dream in Red | Pen & Digital
I originally did this illustration for Don’t Panics‘ poster contest without checking the due date. Since it was already closed for submission, I guess this illustration is just right for this week’s theme.
Gave a little something to Indra who has turned 27 last week. It’s a canvas notebook. She likes Pingu so much, so I illustrated a penguin marching before her. I made the cover with pockets for easy replacement of notebook. Materials used are card-stock, canvas and acrylic paints.
Completed two totes order yesterday. Took me ages to finish due to heavy workloads.
Norah and Phoebe, her Phoenix friend | Watercolor and ink
Norah loves to wake up and sit by the window watching Phoebe watching her.
Kak Ani | graphite
*Kak Ani is like a sister to me. She is going to celebrate her birthday this coming 26th and I am at loss of what to give her. She once said that if I want to give her something, it must be by my own hand. So, I thought of giving her a drawing. This is a preliminary sketch and I will work on the color later.
Last year, I baked her cinnamon cookies and put it nicely in a decorated jar. She was so happy and won’t let people take the cookies!
Kak (or kakak) – Sister