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Sketch of the day

My daily art in my Moleskine sketchbook

Drawing of oriental pied hornbill

Drawing of Oriental pied hornbill

I was so excited to meet my first wild Oriental pied hornbill a couple of weeks ago. It was surreal. I’ve been looking out for them for a long time and finally there they were just sitting at a table next to me.
So here we go, I had to sketch one.

Pen drawing of a kingfisher

Kingfisher drawing

Practice, practice, practice. That’s the only way to improve.
Drawing of kingfisher using a blue ball point pen. I’ve decided I quite like drawing with a blue pen. I think I’m going to continue with this. The colour just makes me happy 💙

The rooster drawing in biro

Rooster drawing

The rooster 🐓 I ran out of ink during quarantine and started using a biro. What do you think of this new colour for my sketches?

Quarantine and draw

Arte Mont Kiara, KL

Quarantine and draw. Thank god for my sketchbook and phone to keep my busy.

I just recovered from covid and being in quarantine for 7 days. Luckily I had my sketchbook to keep me busy and 3 other friends with covid in the same apt to keep me entertained. We’ve all been vaccinated and boosted. Thank god it was mild like catching a cold. Stay well my friends.

Travel and draw. Pangkor laut resort.

Sea villa, Pangkor laut resort

Travel and draw. I bring my moleskine sketchbook everywhere. Here is a recent getaway I made to pangkor laut resort. This was the beautiful view from my sea villa.

I see you

Drawing of eye

I see you…a quick drawing of an eye.

Anatomy of my hand

Anatomy of my hand

X Ray anatomy of my right hand with the plate visible. It’s been 2.5 months and my hand is healing 🙏

I love pineapples


In Chinese culture, the pineapple symbolises wealth and luck.
That’s another reason to love them more 🍍

Venus slipper Orchid art

Venus slipper Orchid

I almost forgot to draw these beautiful orchids. I had to Google them to remember the name. I call them cup orchids but they are actually Paphiopedilum, often called the Venus slipper. They look more like cups than slippers to me 🤭

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