Wall drawing

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Inspired by British doodle artist – Jon Burgerman drawing a big piece of place always one of the task I wanted to complete because I want to know how far is my patience. I wish to draw a whole house full of my doodle and turn it out to be a very doodle house for everyone to color.

This is the wall drawing I spent 4 months to draw due to the working time of the shop. I can only draw on every weekend.

As a result, the customers who went to the shop like to snap picture and wanted to color the whole wall.

Now I am just looking forward to see the colored wall did by every customers.

Glass customization

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During 22-24 October 2014, I was invited to go Sutera Mall Art Festival in Johor Bahru. At that time, there was the furniture showcase just beside me. Therefore I approach to the owner of the furniture and ask for approval on customizing her furniture.

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The picture above is another piece of glass customized together with another artist – Ikuwashi during the event.

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Open mouth Gecko

when I draw this,
I didn’t think much and I just draw,
few months later by today,
the title for this illustration seem changed.

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inspired from the movie
Life of Pi,
this whale was done
after I saw lots of people 
drawing a fanarts for 
Life of Pi

 

 

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when I drew this artwork,
I was actually thinking of having my own pet
which is turtle with big shell.

but today I posting up,
I found out that it looks like
the old school roller blade

do you agree with me?

 

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monster or a fish

when I draw this,
it looks like monster,
but later on,
when I uploading 
this image,
it become fish

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smoking guy

before that, it was a smoking guy
slowly it somehow look like
rhinoceros,
but when you turn it 
to another angle,
it looks like a conceptual train head.