Nothing new lately, still got ideas/projects/peices that I need to start on! oh, and my room got totally rearranged… it doesn’t look kiddish anymore; Kind of wish I had a picture of how it looked before. Oh well. Good thing is that I got lots of wall space now to hang prints up, without fear of them falling on me when I sleep! (longest side of the bed was next to the wall) :D
You can get the print here! C:
I call her Bratty Cake. A little girl who like to eat a lot of gigantic cakes even if they happen to be alive (no mercy!). She’s a cunning, devious, and determined character, who knows what she wants.
Print can be found here!
late night sketch
hoping I’ll finish on time
Hello hello! For the past two-ish months I’ve been looking around locally as well as online on where I can get some good quality prints done. I really want to get them printed locally and ship it myself, but it’s just not possible for me right now (money-wise, figuring out shipping pricing, figuring out the print shops pricing; I ended up confusing myself a lot). I also found some really good places online but shipping fees are a bit too steep for me.
In the end, I decided to use Society6 for prints. I’ll be opening a separate shop for other items at a later date, once I’ve finished making/ordering stuff!
You can check the shop out HERE! C:
Something new! It took a while to color…
Not quite sure how I feel about it; a bit neutral? I’m probably going to be churning out simple (but compelling! (hopefully)) pieces after this! Maybe. They always end up complicated in the end somehow. I’ll just have to try harder.
Other than that, I will post soon (in the next day or two) about prints! C:
These are the things that I got/collected on my trip. Not a whole lot, but enough. (I lost my metrocard, pretty sure that I brought it home with me though :C ) Here’s a summary image, and if you want more pictures and text, it’s under the cut!
The Trip was AWESOME! It was sunny and really really hot; I was unprepared. All of the speakers were SUPER super cool; my absolute favorites would have been Marcos Chin and Yuko Shimizu, cause I really love their work.
I didn’t get to do a lot of tourist-y things as class usually starts at 7-8 and ends around 5pm. We did get the weekend and around 5 hours (plus more if we wanted to stay out later) of free time after class though. As a class, we went to the Empire State building, Metlife building, New York Times Headquarters, Society of Illustrators, New York Public Library, Brooklyn, 3x3 Magazine Headquarters, Illustration House, and did a small mural art crawl. Some places I did manage to visit outside of class were, Kinokuniya the Japanese bookstore near Bryant Park, The Strand (AWESOME!), The Neue Gallery, Central Park, some shops (which did eat up quite a bit of time), Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty (saw from the bridge) and MoMa!
The week went by really fast, although it didn’t seem that way. Wished I had the energy and time to visit the Mets, Guggenheim, or the Museum of Natural History (especially this one!!), but I’m really bad with super hot weather.
So, I’ve finished (sort of) fixing up my website about 1 1/2 months ago back in May. It’s not quite done yet as I still haven’t put up the background image, so it looks pretty plain at the top.
Do check it out! The hover thing is entertaining for a bit.
And I am still in New York, it’s been really hot here. Taking refuge in Starbucks for their AC right now cause I have 4 hours before I leave for the airport tonight!
Finished it on time! They took a while to assemble. Made 15 small short accordions as part of my leave behinds… on a class trip to New York! (leaving today) Going to be there for a busy week before heading home again. :D
I’ll probably make some things to go with the book when I get back.
laa dee da. some silly looking critters! trying to get this doneee in time!! will post finished product later.