Art

Inktober 2017: Review

This was the first time I ever attempted and completed Inktober. I thought this was a challenge for comic book artists since the original creator, Jake Parker, has a style that is quite different from mine. But as the years passed, I noticed that a lot of the artists I followed participated in Inktober and they kept to their style. Turns out Inktober is more about the consistency in drawing everyday - not...

Work Hard, Play Hard

In third grade, I woke up at 5 AM in the morning to memorize a letter. It was a letter for my grandparents - my pioneer grandparents. I pretended like it was a cold winter in the 1800s and my Mama had to knit the family thicker socks. I had to write this letter for my Social Studies test. That's right, at the age of 8, I got up at five in the...

July #Create3Challenge

My schedule has been busy with work. I work Monday to Thursday, eliminating many days for drawing. One day, I took a break from work and decided to open up Photoshop. I wanted to play around with the brush tool. Plus, I missed drawing.

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#Create3Challenge for June

When I finished school in May, I grabbed a piece of lilac cardstock, a ruler, and a pen. I meticulously drew 6 small calendars. I was about to plan how I will finish my portfolio for grad school. I love to plan and in May, it appeared that finishing my portfolio was going to be easy. I taped my plan beside my bedroom door.

Submitting a portfolio is not easy whatsoever. Now...

DIY Watercolor Palette: Pill Organizer

Watercolor is one of my favorite mediums. I first used it in my grade 10 art class. I suppose it rose quickly to the top of my “favorite mediums” list since it was the first paint I became familiar with. I enjoy the lovely transparency it brings in paintings. I also like how easy it is to clean up compared to other paints such as acrylics. Brushes are quickly cleaned by simply washing...