2021 has been a very long year. 12 months of well, ups and downs. We've been through a second wave and tried to get back to normal, which is a huge process in itself. And now we're in 2022. A new year for new things. This year is the year that we'll be able to … Continue reading New Year art
A bit after I made the graphic lettered art, I wanted to test my coloring and shading skills using digital art. This was around the time when I learnt a bit more about what Pokémon is, and the different characters in the universe. This particular one caught my eye and so I decided to try … Continue reading Rowlet – Digital Art
It's been a month since Permission to Dance came out. I remember being all excited when it dropped and so I made this piece for about 5 hours (cause I didn't know how to set a black background - my mistake).But when I went through some of my art pieces, I realized there are a … Continue reading Permission to Dance – Graphic Art
Mandala - A geometric configuration of symbols which represent the cosmos metaphysically or symbolically; a time-microcosm of the universe, but it originally meant to represent wholeness and a model for the organizational structure of life itself. Monogram - a motif of interwoven letters, typically a person's initials, used to identify a personal possession or as … Continue reading Monograms and Mandala Art
So as I started to sketch these teacups, my mind wandered off to that of 19th century England, where "tea and balls" were a high society thing and asking someone if they cared for a cup was actually considered as host ethics (still is, but oh well) Anyway, the era of the 19th century was … Continue reading Care for a Cup of Tea?
Being in lock down for the most part does have it's perks. You get to stay at home and use the stuff that you might haven't touched in years, take up old hobbies, find new ones - there's a lot of stuff that came along with it. But for the most part, I have heard … Continue reading A Bicycle Ride down the road
On a holy conquest with inner peace in mind, I had set off on a backpacking trip to a monastery in the Tibetan mountains which have clearly proven that they are the best in achieving such results according to The Telegraph. As I reached the base of the mountain, a layer of cold had enveloped … Continue reading A Trip to A Monastery in the mountains
One day, there was a bird that came in search of prey from an outland. Having visited this place for the very first time, he wasn't able to navigate himself through his new surroundings. He had gone a bit too far with the idea of actually travelling to another place for prey, but it was … Continue reading A bird in search of his prey…