29 November 2011


How about this? This coming December at Bangsar! Check this out! This event on regards to show the power of artworks , art installations, short film preview, music performances from various local artists and also performing arts. There will be shirt for you to grab. The design is not bad! :D

Map to the location


So people out there, please make sure you mark the date. Still don't have idea about what RANTAI.ART is, please see the video above.For more, see this : RANTAI.ART: REVISITHave a nice day!

13 November 2011


Cat! Yes it is. The different for this artwork is not showing the typical cat, instead it is a girl with a cat kind a look. From the photo below, it will be transformed to a cute catgirl as you scroll to the bottom.


The imaginary feline traits are reside inside the girl such as the dazzle and shining crystal eyes, a pair of cat ears and the small little nose on her face. Beautiful is a must for the character.


This artwork was inspired by looking to the stray cats that always abandoned by their owners. By the way, for those who are taking care their pets well, well-done guys!

To all pet lovers, peace! :D

03 November 2011

The Lady in Roses

Hi Guys,

This is another piece from me and now I am a bit crazy with the halftone technique. It does make your drawing looking damn good. For real! So, as in my planning maybe in the next few days or weeks perhaps, I will reveal the best of Vanitas! 
vanitas, ( Latin , "vanity" ) Still Life, oil on wood by Willem Claesz Heda, 1634; in the Museum …
[Credit: Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam]in art, a genre of still-life painting that flourished in the Netherlands in the early 17th century. Avanitas painting contains collections of objects symbolic of the inevitability of death and the transience and vanity of earthly achievements and pleasures; it exhorts the viewer to consider mortality and to repent. The vanitas evolved from simple picture of skulls and other symbols of death and transience frequently painted on the reverse sides of portraits during the late Renaissance. It had acquired an independent status by c. 1550 and by 1620 had become a popular genre.See more here.

Yup, I already linked the blog owned by one of the Vanitas artist: Fernando Vicente. And here also, I provided with video on how to do halftone dot effects on your image/drawing and credit to Glazefolio Design Blog. Check these blogs out!

Below is the only Lady in Roses!

Lady in Roses