I know it’s a bit too late, but I’ve uploaded some months of my lettering calendar.
Feel free to download or print for personal use. [They’re in RGB though]
Click on the numbers below to download.
Just drop me a message if you like them!
didn’t get the chance to know the lady personally though :)
did this portrait from a picture given me for this commission
taking a breather between deadlines and fighting flu. while waiting for another job briefing scheduled at noon, i bought some silly women magazine full of ads, reorganizing my portable drive and found yet another drawing.
got no time nor energy nor inspiration to do sketches lately *woot woot*
comparing the illustrations for summer event 2012 and 2013, kinda obvious which one that i had more time to put more effort to :p (during both events, i managed to keep myself dry! ha ha)
found this last year’s project when rummaging through old hard disk, illustrations for Caring Colours new make up series, Caring Happy. Caring Colours is a local make up brand from Martha Tilaar Group, which targeted young professionals. it was a fun but challenging process, especially because it requires an illustration style that i haven’t really mastered. but i’m really glad that pattie, the creative director who commissioned me to do this project, trusted me to do it ^^
| 2 0 1 1 . pen . ballpoint.
| 2 0 1 1 . pen . africanz
the end has begun. once again.
the conclusion of a circle (which, essentially has no tail).
closing up while actually making born of some(other)thing.
(can we really call it the end, then?)
anyway they say it is the time to reflect. isn’t it?
since contemplating is not my cup of tea,
let’s just skim through my note/sketch-book
which i have filled out during two thousand and eleven
(will post it gradually, and not in sequential order)
| 2 0 1 1 . pen . orient
| pencil sketch & digital coloring
| illustration for IES orphanage ministry. dec 10. not happy with the train yet, but no time to fix it :)
| wording: excerpt form Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
first i wanted this girl to be in some kind of ‘unfinished’ state,
so i did her outline with ink & put some highlight with some neon colored marker.
but when she popped into my photoshop worksheet,
i felt like experimenting with digital coloring.
so here she is. the girl who lives in a dream. her own dream.
[sketch: pen + stabilo marker | color: adobe Photoshop + watercolor | words: handwriting]
“The turtle wished that it could fly
Really high into the sky,
Over rooftops and then dive
Deep into the sea….”
|excerpt from Tree Hugger by Antsy Pants & Kimya Dawson, Juno ost
[manual outline with ink + adobe illustrator & photoshop]