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Sketch of the day

My daily art in my Moleskine sketchbook

I am the Tiger

Chinese Tiger painting

Drawing of tiger, inspired by ZHAO SHAO’ANG (1905-1998), HE QIYUAN (1899-1970), ETC. | Tiger in the Bush
I love Chinese paintings. The old masters were copied over and over by artists because the paintings are not just about the subject, but also the artist. The energy and brush strokes of the artist give life to the subject depicted. Chinese aesthetics also value simplicity and breathing space. It’s interesting to compare the differences in the approach to art and philosophy between the East and West.

Hear me roar!

Chinese tiger drawing

Hear me roar! 🐯
We are soon ushering in the year of the tiger and I must say I do love tigers.
Tigers symbolize power, bravery and drives away evil spirits.
This Sketch of a traditional Chinese tiger art outside a temple in my hometown is placed there as a guardian to protect the entrance.
This is week 6 of my hand rehab and drawing everyday helps the healing process. I’m learning to draw with my non dominant hand as proof that practice makes your a better artist.

Drawing of Malayan Tiger

Drawing of Malayan Tiger

Happy Sunday my friends.
How to become a better artist? Practice makes your drawing better.
Here’s a quick 20 mins sketch of the majestic Malayan Tiger using my non dominant hand as part of my rehab physio journey.
It’s week 6 since I broke my hand. It is definitely healing but I don’t have full mobility yet. Hopefully soon 🙏

Set your spirit free.

Pegasus drawing. Ref limoges plate

Set your spirit free…

and chase your dreams with the help of Pegasus to soar you higher when you need some help.

Watch my art video here

If you’re tired, take a rest before you fly

Dragonfly drawing

If you’re tired, take a rest before you fly.

I’m taking some wisdom from the Dragonfly today. It’s OK to take some down time. Even the Dragonfly doesn’t fly all day long. With my hand recovering, I can’t do things at full capacity. At week 5, I’m recovering nicely but there are still limitations to what I can do. Patience is a big lesson learnt, and not feeling guilty about culling certain activities like a full workout and lifting heavy objects. I’m still continuing to draw with my healing hand and I’m really enjoying drawing with my non dominant hand. It’s good practice to look at things from a different perspective. It’s also made me wonder whether my art is determined by which hand I draw with. The answer is clearly no, as its still drawn by me. Something to ponder over …

And just like that…

And just like that…

And just like that…

Nobody talks anymore.

Sketch of my Mi8 mobile phone 📱

On another note, thank you everyone who have been asking about my hand. It is healing since I fell 5 weeks ago. And no, I did not break my drawing hand, but the last 3 sketches of the new year are drawn with my healing hand as part of my rehab. I need to exercise my hand and get it strong again. 🙏

Is it me you’re looking for?

Retro Telephone

Is it me you’re looking for?

Sketch of retro Telephone. We used to use this not too long ago. I don’t even own a landline, do you?

Hello 2022!

Hello 2022!

Hello 2022. First Sketch of the year. Vintage telephone in case you have no idea what it is. 😜

Vintage telephone

I found this is in my family home whilst going through some old things to clear. Haven’t seen one of these in a while.

Portrait drawing of Gil Kahn

Portrait drawing of Gil Kahn

Portrait drawing of Gil Kahn. Pencil on paper

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