Friday, December 23, 2005

Merry C and Happy New Year Everyone!

Me and me whacko group, MnU, having a blast at this year's Comic Fiesta. That's me at the bottom left. Check out the lil beauty Intous 3 I won at the comic competition held there. *doh* Held it upside down. >.< *Ahem* Some shameless plugging...anyone interested in purchasing our illustration book and comic please lemme know. I did the pencil work for the comic cover.

Thursday, December 15, 2005

Drawing one's self

Somehow I like poking fun at myself. I did this at the office today when I wanted to draw something different from my regular work. This really cheered me up and reminded me why I got into this gig in the first place. For fun! I laughed hard after seeing how I portrayed myself in the drawing. "My goodness! Is that what Ithought of myself?" XD It's very humbling too, if my ego bug starts kicking. ^^ I think everyone should try this lil anecdote, you might be suprised by the results. ^^ Go crazy!

Monday, December 12, 2005

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

G' Mornin' Everyone!

My motor was really slow in startin' up this morning, so I doodled some stuff to warm up. Something I felt while I was listening to my regular playlist. This came out on the paper while I was listening to Cirque du Soleil's 'Alegria'. I don't know if there was any official mention about it, but I feel that it's very important to draw what one feels like,and not what one is compelled to draw. The artist has all their own emotions wrapped up and needs to be let out onto the paper.So this is what came out onto my paper. Yea, I'm a real emotional person, ain't every artist? Listening to Sarah Brightman and Jose Cura singing 'Just show me how to love you' after that,helped me to clean up my lines. :P I'm sure there's an unwritten rule somewhere out there about artists personalities and traits. Well,I'm nose is dripping like a faucet...and I just need to update my stuff. So here's some more,everyone! ^^

I was thinking of the upcoming 'Narnia' one day,so this lion (upper right) appeared. I drew a little mouse nearby to make it look like that ol' fable about the Lion and the Mouse.
I drew up a bunch of kids last Sunday while I was at my sister's house to spend time with her and my lil nephew,Adam. He's a real fan of stop-motion animation rather than the regular 2D/3d stuff. His favorites being Pingu and Thomas the Toy Engine. O.O Whooaaa,mama! He can watch them over and over again all day long till the discs are ruined. Only 2 and he knows how to operate the dvd player already. I'm a proud aunty. ^^

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Sorry folks!

So very sorry for the downtime in uploads,y'all!Hopefully things will lighten up next week and I'll have some new goodies to put up. ^^ Yea, this is what I was really 'feeling' like one day at the office...I was really really reaalllyyy sleepy and had to go online to ask a friend for some wake-up help. *.*

A quick sketch I did for GhostBot's Gnome Dogs collection. ^^

Monday, November 14, 2005

More old stuff...


Here are some visuals of an idea I had for a story. Perhaps for a possible comic?

Friday, November 11, 2005


Errmmm...hope you like it,Virginia. I fashioned ya to look like the rag doll in your site. Sorry it took a while...^^

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Sean Galloway

The ever talented Sean Galloway has finally joined in the animation frey with his latest project, Mike Mignola's Hellboy animated series (I hope I got that right...) working as lead character designer on the project. These are 3 of his works I love the most. ^^ You can find his site at.... RAWK ON,SEAN!

Monday, November 07, 2005

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Paul Rob's stuff n pics

Okay starting now,I'll be uploading images of Paul Robinson's stuff here,page by page for your viewing pleasure. ;)

My ol'college animation lab.That's my desk,with the purple jacket hanging on the chair.

Thursday, October 20, 2005


Hehehe, here's my take on Alina Chau,folks! ^^ Hope ya like it Al! Thanks for being a great pal, a great person...*hugz*
Oh yeaaa,I was tagged by here's 20 stuff about moi...
1) I dig horseback riding.
2) Am currently squashing the irrepressible urge to bleach my whole head blondish white with streaks.
3) Am a self confessed Trekkie - STTNG.
4) I love watching rugby - especially when the Malaysian team is getting creamed by the W. Samoan team. XD
5) I enjoy studying and observing wildlife in their natural habitats, being a nosey parker to their peaceful existance in general.
6) Rocky Road is my favorite ice cream flavor.
7) Am a proud owner of 2 dogs, 2 cats and a family of fishies.
8) Trying hard to keep my gym exercises consistant with 2 trips a week (paid for the pleasure of pain)
9) White roses with lavenders are my favorite flowers.
10) Love to get lost in the imaginary world of literature.
11) Have always wanted to have a go at archery but as yet to try.
12) I may look innocent and normal in size, but I can pack in a few meals in 1 sitting given the opportunity. XP (Great greedy guts)
13) Grew up on ABBA, so yea, I like ABBA.
14) Am a twin. 10 minutes younger than my other sibb.
15) I love to cook for people and enjoy watching them enjoy the home cooked food.
16) Enjoy relaxing in front of the tele watching Travel & Adventure or docs coz I can't afford to go to any of those destinations.
17) Ex-plotter of Whipped Cream,flour and water balloons at my intended victims...those ingredients are too valuable to go to waste now.
18) Love meeting new people online, some of them turned out to be best friends.
19) Pastas are my specialties.
20) If I could give you anything you want, I would.

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Wallace & Gromit tragedy

Cut out of the local news here in Malaysia. It was printed on the day it happened, sorry, I was late posting it.

ASIFA - Hollywood Animation Archive Project

Log in and link up guys! Spread the word!

Thursday, October 13, 2005


My version of Mr. Meyer.


Just trying on some colors in photoshop.

Monday, October 10, 2005

Whats the Scoop on Jom and Paul Robinson/David Rand

Heyas everyone! Eeee, how time flies and I hardly justify meeting everyones needs for new updates and fresf artworks to oggle at. So let's not dilly dally it is folks! First and Foremost....
I'd like to congratulate Hadibi for getting his artwork published on the front cover of 'Jom' this month. F.Y.I. Jom is a new comic mag among many others here in Malaysia. To my eyes, it's contents are getting better and better, even the quality and style of the artworks innit are slowly but surely have been climbing steadily. Well,it's still new, so we'll have to see how it fares next year. Here's an image view of Hadibi's front cover work.

Oh YEAAAA!!! A week or 2 ago, I was informed of some art books or comic books of sorts that would be handed to me by my buddy and ex-colleague,Aliow. Little did I know that last Saturday, when we finally get to meet up over chow and more chow....that he is handing over to me these OH MY HONEST TO GOODNESS goodie bag full of old copies of Paul Robinson and David Rand books. And all still in mint condition!!! WAAAA!!!!My friend must've known my popped eyed expression, and guess, was real pleased I'm taking over ownership of these babies. Turns out, he has a friend who frequents Penang Island in search of good old second hand books there and if he should stumble on some good ones, he'd hand them over to Aliow. And since Aliow didn't want to keep 'em anymore,well then, just hand 'em over to me,babe! WWWOOOHOOO!!! I know these books are exceptionally hard to come by nowadays unless some of you guys out there can fill me in on whether any of these ever made it to republication or something. If not,then I'd appreciate it if y'all can get back to me onnit coz I'd like to share the contents of these gems with all of you viewers out there by patiently and carefully scanning them in here for all your viewing pleasure. ;) I checked the copyright thingy innit and it dates back 1963. O.O There's about 3 Paul Robinson books and 5 Dave Rand books in total, folks! So I'll be happy to keep this site busy with new updates on the books as regularly as I can put 'em in. So Lemme know, ya? Cheers Folks!

Monday, October 03, 2005

Me big bro can draw!

Hehehehe,I was really happy yesterday night when my big brother saw me doin' some sketches and declared that he could draw too. So imagine a cute scene of my big bear-like brother crounching over a side table doodling away beside me. "There ya go!" he boomed. Each character done in 10 seconds. Hehehe,if I ever find the time to animate again,I'll definitely give his designs a try. Very original and adorable. If you can't identify them, I asked him to draw African animals. there's the elephant,hippo and lion. ^^Give him a break folks, he's 34 and hasn't touched drawing since elementary school. (Oh dang! He squished an ant in the process! Sorry folks!)

This, coupled further with the evening's programme of me and me bro and sis-in-law enjoying reminising on good ol' 2D animated cartoons while watching The Sword in the Stone. (a personal favorite of mine) I soaked up the evening and enjoyed every moment of it, coz this is something we hardly ever do anymore, family evening, y'know.Growing up somehow makes everyone too busy for anything else anymore. Amazing scenes by amazing animators and artists who brought it to life.

That's all for now,folks! Thanx so much for all the wonderful comments and interests in the work here. Hope I can post more soon.

Gggrrr...why does it take me two times to upload the same pic before it'll show in my Edit post?


Thursday, September 29, 2005

Let's talk about payments >.<...

Oooo....have been hit by a slacking period in my sketch department. Since my last upload,my productivity is basically centred on 2 things: One, drawing works for my company's projects (all P n C so makes it all the more unbearable not being able to upload any of the drawings till long after)....Two, focusing on producing my group's book,comics and posters for the upcoming Comic Fiesta here in KL (also P n C till looonnggg after the event is over *doh!*) . Can't upload anything! *sob sob* So anyways, I scrambled thru' my old stuff again and found something to put into my blog, and also took time out during lunch hour to sketch something up to add along with it. *sigh* Well,here it is folks!

Recently I had one student from an art school (which I will not disclose), asked me a question about his/her fears of getting involved in projects that does not clarify the matter of payments due to the artist once he/she is done with the project. Being a student, he/she was adviced not to be so money-minded from the beginning when given the opportunity to work on any project,therefore was told that it is not wise to bring up the subject of payments before venturing into the project. Well, I say it doesn't hurt to enquire at the very start just to know where you stand. I've had many bitter experiences of being diddled by so-called clients locally or abroad that takes this sort of matter really lightly. Don't be naive enough to presume that the client will get back to you on payments if you don't bring up the matter,worse yet, never mention about payments at all at the very start during the discussions. Always agree on the fixed amount of due payments with your client before venturing into any project. Otherwise you'll end up working long hours till morning on a project that you thought your client will be grateful for,and will definitely promptly pay you when the deed is done. Extremely rare here,especially in Malaysia. Hard to find an honest pay master who's only aim is to cut expenses as much as possible. Yea yea, I'mma crabby ol' Grump (bear in mind it's you perpetrators who've made me turned to the dark side. You know who you are.) Anyways in this case, if you're a student, getting involved in various projects really helps to boost your background knowledge,giving you good working exposure etc. though the pay may be low at first. If payment is not in the cards,then at least you know from the beginning when you're enquiring and agreed to do it nontheless. Better than waiting till the end of the project and get slapped in the face,right? >.O

Sunday, September 18, 2005

Good ol' British comics

*sigh* Those were the good ol' big brother and sister would reminise of their childhood days when they'ds wake up bright and early each morning to catch the morning paper which would contain the daily Beano or Dandy comic strips in a seperate copy by itself in small thin booklet forms. They'd both fight over who gets to read it first...then down the line I would appreciate their efforts in saving every scrap of those comics so I could enjoy them when I finally learnt to read and write. Dandy,Beano,Beezer, name it...I love 'em all!
Sadly I dunno any place that sells reprints of them around here, if anyone can help me locate those ol' goodies I'd really appreciate it.

Also what got me to start up this topic is because I've always been curious as to who are the real talents behind these comics as there's hardly been any mention of them except that they do make appearances now and then in the comics themselves. Does anyone have any feedback or information at all with regards to this? *.* Man, I think these guys have eluded recognition far enough and deserve the proper credits they deserve. No one produces comics like they do anymore, so this is my contribution to them, to thank them for bringing hours of giggles and smiles to my childhood days.