Thursday, December 31, 2009

3 Writers-the face behind some great books

Just some sketches and putting a face behind some of the great books written out there

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Just for fun!

Not sure whether I have posted this before... but this was done quite some time ago. :P

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Have a blessed Christmas!!

Here wishing you a happy and blasted Christmas!! Enjoy the food!!

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

more links

And here are some links with some very inspiring works.

Firstly, Joao Ruas. He is the one that took over drawing Fables covers from James Jean. I'll leave it to you guys to see what's similar and what's different in their drawing styles. Also check out his blog.

Secondly, Jun Tsunoda. You'd probably classify her work as fine art. But I'm sure there are lots we illustrators can learn from her use colours, balance and shapes. From giving it a try, I think abstract paintings aren't as easy to create as they look.

Monday, December 21, 2009

doodlers anonymous

a couple of interesting, inspiring links i've been trawling:

Monday, December 14, 2009

Results of SketchWalk on Dec 12

Results from Sketch Walk Dec 12, 2009!! It was really fun driving around in a van. Drew's driving was awesome!!

Scrap metal yard.

Cement factory.


Lunch:: what's left.

These were done after the SketchWalk when Kat & myself went to hangout at Orchard to see what Ion looks like.

kranji sketchwalk-results

Abandoned exhaust pipes and machines.

Drewscape and Tia

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Sketches from the sketchwalk

Tia, Don, Kat, Seiji and me explored the kranji factories. There were scrapped cars, engines, cranes and a road littered with splattered eggs fallen from a truck. Here are some sketches from this morning's sketchwalk. (ballpoint, ink and some photoshop colour adjustments)

Friday, December 11, 2009

Girls, Guts and Glory!

The Diary of Amos Lee: Girls, Guts and Glory!
Hot on the shelves, 2nd of the series, following the successful "I sit, I write, I flush!” (Top 10 of Straits Times, Bestseller's List).

Written by Adeline Foo, “Girls, Guts and Glory!”, is packed with more full scene illustrations as compared to the first book, including "photographs" taken by Amos with his Polaroid camera (Sneeky, sneeky). This Project took about 3mths to complete including layout and cover. Although I would have liked more time to improve on a few things, I reckon it’s pretty decent work and a step up from the previous book.

Latest news, we have ran outta copies and bringing in more for the bookfest at Suntec. It is nice to see that hard work with heart thrown in is appreciated. So a word of thanks to everyone and yeahhhh... I've got my social life back. – Enjoy :D

Tuesday, December 08, 2009


Some caricatures I did of some personalities for a microsite. The characters' limbs were done in layers so that they can be animated. Some of them look a little stiff here.

Monday, December 07, 2009

OIC Portrait Day Dec pixs

Thanks to all those for took part in our OIC Portrait Day on Dec 5th and all those other months in 2009. We hope to c u soon in January 2010. We wish everyone a Peaceful and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

Saturday, December 05, 2009

Eating "You Tiao"

Here’s another comic illustration of myself eating a fritter. However, in this case, it is not entirely a fritter. This local delicacy is named “You Tiao” (in romanized Chinese). You may read the following cut n paste from Wikipedia:

“You tiao,[1] you char kway,[2] or yau ja gwai,[3] sometimes known in English as Chinese cruller fried bread stick or Chinese doughnut, is a long, golden-brown, deep fried strip of dough in Chinese cuisine and other East and Southeast Asian cuisines and is usually eaten for breakfast. Conventionally, youtiao are lightly salted and made so they can be torn lengthwise in two. Youtiao are normally eaten as an accompaniment for rice congee or soy milk.”

I love to eat it dipped in coffee for breakfast!!


Its the holiday season ! Don't miss the last OIC Portrait session of 2009 at MAAD!
Polish your drawing skills & catch up with your OIC buddies at the same time. OIC's modus operandi if you don't know already- Everyone gets 15 minutes to draw the "patron" at the same time. You get $8 for each drawing sold . Make it COLOURFUL, all skill levels welcomed. You don't have to be an OIC member to join but please read the FAQ. Come and draw, network and trade tips. (Poster illustration by Fleecircus)

*Posting your work is a sign of appreciation to the patron/seater/ poser, DON'T sign up if you do not wish to post your work for view/ sale.

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Friday, December 04, 2009

wonderland painted

painted version of the wonderland cover for the french edition plus some sort of auction/exhibition... oil on canvas, 30x40 inches.. was interesting to see if the digital stuff could be replicated, but also a little constricting having a ready reference to copy :p