Saturday, November 28, 2009

Bon voyage

Will be going back to Stabat for 1 month. Hope I will do some colorful stuffs so I can post here.

Anyway, Happy holiday

Merry Christmas and Happy and New Year in advanced!

It's raining!

I can't really remember how I get an idea to paint this umbrella. Anyway, here the final work :)

It's raining
Acrylic on umbrella

I wrote four short poems on the umbrella which not related to the characters I painted.
Details below:

top side

Day of the days It's the day I love so much and smile a lot That's TODAY!

It's rhythm of the rain
Sing along our song that always remind me of you, baby

Your love is so tender
Fly my heart to heaven

Do you love rain like I do?
Yes, you do! No, you don't!
A love that brings out beauty of rainbow
Color my day

Beautiful tear from the sky
Pour out more than ever
Sorrowful... painfully...
Please don't cry
Cos I'm standing there
Only for you


Friday, November 27, 2009

The Little Songs

Inspired by Bobsmade's artworks, I decided to do something on the Philips SHP 1900 headphone that I bought few years ago.

Philips SHP 1900

Rough idea and sketch for two sides of the headphones

Side L and R words in the bubble talk and the characters are different. The words inside each bubble talk are simply related to me.

Side R and L final design
The Little Songs
Marker and Acrylic on Philips SHP 1900 headphone

So, start with detail of side L

1. Comment alles-vous Jesus? (French)
> How are you, Jesus?

2. Cantar minha canção (Portuguese)
> Sing my song

3. 你是最好的 (Chinese)
> You are the best

4. Kakak dan Adik-adikku (Indonesian)
> My elder sister and younger brother and sisters

5. Banane-und Kartoffel-Geschichte (German)
> A story of Banana and Potato

6. Dipingero il cilo (Italian)
> Paint the sky


Move on to Side R

1. Draga Mama Tata (Croatian)
> Dear Mom and Dad

2. 運の良い日 (Japanese)
> Lucky day

3. Beautifully Imperfect

4. Miró, te adoro (Spanish)
> Miro, I adore you

5. 내 친구 (Korean)
> My friend

6. 880113

7. Mooie Honden (Dutch)
> Beautiful dogs


Sing your song too!


Thursday, November 26, 2009

Meet the Robinsons

From 2007 Walt Disney's Meet the Robinsons animation good message

"Around here, however, we don't look backwards for very long.
We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we're curious...
and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."

Keep moving forward



I do really love toys although I don't collect many like other collectors.However I am planning to have a lot a lot of toys collection of my own characters and other toys figures as well at my own gallery in the future.

After watching Toy story 1 and 2 by Pixar Studio, I realized that toys are not only just toys, but they are our friends who always love to play with us from we were a child until now.

About one year ago, I used modeling clay to sculpt these small creatures. The sizes are below 5cm.
So can be said these are my first toys I created, because usually I only drew a character or doodle, traced and colored it in computer.
And probably I will use different kinds of materials such as vinyl, clay, wood, found object, paper, fabric,metal, and more to sculpt a toy for next time.

Next, introduce... Mousta
Sketch of Mousta

I collected a wood from college workshop but not quite sure what type of wood that I used. So, with help of the big cutting and sanding machines, the basic shape of Mousta was done. Then I continued with pencil outline for detail.

Artline pen

Artline pen on wood
4.5 x 1.8 x 7.5 cm

Does any one loves wooden toys? Check out Noferin wooden toys and their awesome works!

Also, I have participated in Speaker dog paper toys paper previously. Click here to view the blog archive.

Anyway, If you are around Singapore, do visit Mint Museum of Toys. I never been there, but I heard they have numbers of toys collection.

Play time,


Wednesday, November 18, 2009

It's Sculpture Time

Among of 60 plus students, i am the only sculpture student from the entire level 1 in my college. Yes, i feel so lonely at the first time. As stranger at college, and doing all my works all alone with machines at workshop underworld basement 2 where car parks are located. There's no friend to talk about sculpture work, no ideas or materials to share. Also, I don't know if i was doing good or terrible works because this is my first time to learn sculptures and facing the big machines.

However, as the times goes by i found other friends at the workshop, talk to nice technical officers who always help me, some sculpture seniors, and product design students who come to do their perfect product works. 16 weeks has been passed! The assessment was on Monday,16 November where the students had "solo exhibition" in small cubicle at the studios.

So, here some snap shots i took at my space.

Welcome people!

Full view of my space

"It's Sculpture Time" journal

Miniature Project "Anak" (child)

“Anak” (Child)
Epoxy clay on acrylic sheet
17 X 13 X 27.5 cm

“Series of Anak” Blue foam on wood pedestal Variety of sizes 2009

“Series of Anak Maquette 1”
Epoxy clay on acrylic sheet
Blue foam on wood pedestal
Variety of sizes

Series of Anak's drawing Artline pen, marker, color pencil on paper

Duplicate Project "Waiting"

“Master Mould of Waiting”
Plaster of Paris
21.5 X 16.5 X 10 cm

Terracotta clay, bisque firing
16 X 5.5 X 12 cm

“Casts of Waiting”
Clay, wax, glitter, soap, plaster of paris, acrylic
Variety of sizes

“Series of Marquette Studies”
Terracotta clay, bisque firing
Variety of sizes

“Unsuccessful Casts, Subject Matters and Molds of Waiting”
Variety of materials
Variety of sizes

"Waiting's drawing"
Artline pen, marker, color pencil on paper

Self Portrait/Caricature Project "Puspa" and "Puspii and Petty are My Heroes"

“Puspii and Petty are my heroes”
Raku clay, bisque firing
17.5 x 20 x 26.5 cm and 16 x 15.5 x 11 cm

“Show Time!”
Artline pen and acrylic on wood
13 x 17.5 cm

Raku clay
15.5 x 14.5 x 26 cm

Series of caricatures' Marquette
Raku and white clay
variety of sizes

Monumental Art Project " Flow of The Leaves"

"Flow of The Leaves"
Metal Plate
32 x 31 x 54 cm

Series of Flow of The Leaves' Marquette
Raku and white clay
variety of materials
variety of sizes

"Flow of The Leaves' Drawing"
Artline pen, marker, color pencil on paper

Critiques and comments are welcome :))



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