Part of June was spent exploring Islamic Geometry Art. If you haven’t done so, you may want to follow Sandy Kurt on Instagram. She sometimes come up with tutorials/challenges for it. Here’s a couple of photos of my process:
I also did a couple of birthday cards in June.
You remember my artwork for Pameran Poskad? I am elated to share that 6 out of 10 pieces were sold. Here are the 4 unsold pieces.
If you would like to purchase any of them, do leave a comment or DM me on my Instagram account.
I was still in the mood for some Totoro, so I drew this card for Eid.
I’m currently making drafts for a friend’s children’s book. I can’t release the illustrations yet. But if you’re really curious, follow me on Instagram @bisukiut for sneak peeks in my Instastory. 😉 See you there!
This year has been great. I started this blog in January since i wanted a space to showcase my illustrations. I do post them on Instagram but i still felt that a blog would have a bit more soul to it. Here’s my #2016bestnine from Instagram:
The highlights of this year are…
– received shoutouts and mentions by German illustrator Johanna Fritz, popular craft account @craftastherapy and local art ambassador ArtfullySG,
– a couple of my illustrations made it in the really cool Maeza Magazine,
– conducted two sessions of drawing workshops for kids,
– ArtfullySG printed my Dark Chocolate illustration as a mini postcard. They will be distributed in an ice cream shop in Clementi.
Happy New Year everyone! May 2017 be kind to all of us.
I will draw kawaii looking food for the next 30 (+1?) days in conjunction with inktober 2016. Wish me luck!
p.s. follow me on Instagram @bisukiut for daily updates!
My…my…my… how time flies… It’s almost a month since my last post. Did you miss me? 😉
I have been drawing, in case you’re wondering. Just not very good at posting regularly at the moment. At least not here. I do post pretty regularly over on my Instagram account. So do follow me if you haven’t.
This month have been filled with cupcakes! I just realized that quite a number of my cousins and friends have birthdays in September. Living the life of a
starving striving artist, i couldn’t quite afford to buy everyone a present. So i used the gift that i was given and drew them some cupcakes! I did miss out drawing for a few people (sorry!!!).
Without further ado, here are the cupcakes:
I do apologize for the hiatus. I’ve been focusing a lot on my craft / crochet work. I also had a few classified commissioned illustration work to do.
I did get a few drawings done on the side. Singapore’s former president passed away last week. So i drew something as a tribute:
Then a friend tagged me for the Muji pen art contest. I drew this and finished it this morning:
Do vote for it when they open voting in September, arite? 😉
That’s it from me for now. I’ll try to update more frequently but it’s hard to promise coz i do have a few other commissioned work to finish.
I love today’s prompt : pencil!!! I prefer writing and drawing/sketching in pencil… coz it is a forgiving medium. I can just erase the markings if i have made any mistakes. Out of all the pencils out there, my favourite is a Pilot 2020 shaker mechanical pencil. Anyone else loooove pencil?
As you know, I jumped on the 365 doodles with Johanna Fritz at the start of this year. So i am stoked when Johanna asked if i would like to be featured on her IG feed.
Of course i said “Yes!” True to her words, she featured me on her feed last Friday (18 Mar 2016).
I actually forgot that she wanted to do a feature. So when the number of followers on my IG account spiked suddenly, i actually wondered why. Heh…
Earlier this month, my drawing was also featured on ig_cutethings.
It’s a new account that features accounts with… cute stuffs!
I’m really grateful for the features/shoutouts and i thank all of you for following my accounts and taking the time to like/comment.
A wooden house near the woods.
Firewood beside a stump.