Monday, August 31, 2015

Monday Faces: Hyoyeon

First completed acrylic painting this year. Acrylics isn't one of my main mediums but I'm happy I got to re-learn it. There's tons of layering involved and at times, I do miss my oils. Quite keen to try another acrylics MF next week.

First day of spring tomorrow!

Mood Board

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Monday, August 24, 2015

Monday Faces


Mood Board 

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Friday, August 21, 2015

Dear Acrylics

Challenging myself with acrylics. Currently Round 4 at trying to paint. This pic was only taken at Round 2. One more try before I switch to another painting.

Monday, August 17, 2015

Monday Faces - Snok

When your painting does not work out, you draw a little critter name Snok. Check out his squirrel whisperer's work at .

Also got to try out a new pencil that was recommended by my dearest friend. It's the Blackwing pencil that most musicians and artists used. I can see why there's a hype about it. It's smooth, soft and everything that an everyday pencil user would like. 

Thumbs up!

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Friday, August 14, 2015

Septimus Power/ Napier Waller

'The battle before Villers-Bretonneux', August 8th, 1918 by Sepitmus Power

Two trips to the Art Gallery of SA this month. First was to catch the 'Treasure Ships' exhibition which was fantastic. Was busy studying the maps and intricate details in each piece. Second round was to get another souvenir and stop by the front where they have works of Australian/NZ artists. This piece is one of my favourites and I'm now a new fan of Septimus Power's work. He was an official artist during the WWI. I've always been interested in what happened during the wars but more so now after researching on Grandpa early this year.

'The Ration Carriers' by Napier Waller, 1917

Another Australian artist is Napier Waller. I love the power of black and white so this piece is another favourite. Especially how the artist reproduced the struggles and emotions in the painting. A bit of history of Napier - After being wounded in action his right arm was amputated, but he taught himself to write and draw with his left hand, and continued his art when he returned to Australia. 

 Do check out their paintings in the art gallery or read more about them online. 

Thursday, August 13, 2015


Throwback to Make Up Forever Lippie I did for Attitude Magazine.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Monday Faces

Pencils, Ink, Acrylics, Digital

Mood Board


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