Category Archives: Drawing

The Move to Animation (and its Subsequent Demise) II

In my previous post, I included two possible voiceovers for my now-defunct animation project – a dialogue, and a soliloquy. I decided to go with the soliloquy because it felt much more honest. I started exploring different methods and mediums

The Move to Animation (and its Subsequent Demise) II

In my previous post, I included two possible voiceovers for my now-defunct animation project – a dialogue, and a soliloquy. I decided to go with the soliloquy because it felt much more honest. I started exploring different methods and mediums

Exploring Diagrams as Depictions of the Self II

After that short detour into the ‘Infographic about the Infographic,’ I continued in search of a more holistic and consistent approach to diagrams. If I remember correctly, at the time I was thinking about how I needed this kind of

Exploring Diagrams as Depictions of the Self II

After that short detour into the ‘Infographic about the Infographic,’ I continued in search of a more holistic and consistent approach to diagrams. If I remember correctly, at the time I was thinking about how I needed this kind of

The Infographic about the Infographic

While I was experimenting with drawing diagrams in order to depict my internal dialogue, I hit a lot of roadblocks – how should I depict the two halves of myself? How should I depict the interaction between the two halves?

The Infographic about the Infographic

While I was experimenting with drawing diagrams in order to depict my internal dialogue, I hit a lot of roadblocks – how should I depict the two halves of myself? How should I depict the interaction between the two halves?

Exploring Diagrams as Depictions of the Self

After working on the dialogue as detailed in the last post, I had written an artist statement for another class, and also drew up a preliminary diagram that illustrated certain interests/leanings that I have. In the spring semester, I began

Exploring Diagrams as Depictions of the Self

After working on the dialogue as detailed in the last post, I had written an artist statement for another class, and also drew up a preliminary diagram that illustrated certain interests/leanings that I have. In the spring semester, I began

Confessions about Confessing: Infographic Draft

For the next couple of weeks, I’m going to be publishing a series of posts about the work that I’ve been trying to develop since Fall 2012. It will be a long and winding road that eventually kind of circles

Confessions about Confessing: Infographic Draft

For the next couple of weeks, I’m going to be publishing a series of posts about the work that I’ve been trying to develop since Fall 2012. It will be a long and winding road that eventually kind of circles

My Drawings in Andy Gerndt’s Anatomy Show

Each year, my drawing instructor Andy Gerndt chooses the best works from the students in his three anatomy drawing classes for an exhibition in the lobby of the School of Visual Arts’ 133 West 21st Street building. Out of the

My Drawings in Andy Gerndt’s Anatomy Show

Each year, my drawing instructor Andy Gerndt chooses the best works from the students in his three anatomy drawing classes for an exhibition in the lobby of the School of Visual Arts’ 133 West 21st Street building. Out of the

Tall Mountains EP Design

A few months ago, the supremely talented folk/pop musician Sydney Yeo a.k.a. Tall Mountains asked me to design the bifold and CD for her debut EP, which was released on November 8, 2012. Once I listened to her music, I

Tall Mountains EP Design

A few months ago, the supremely talented folk/pop musician Sydney Yeo a.k.a. Tall Mountains asked me to design the bifold and CD for her debut EP, which was released on November 8, 2012. Once I listened to her music, I

Anatomy Drawings Fall 2012

I’m about 4 hours away from my flight back to Singapore, and I thought I would post some low-res documentation of my anatomy drawings from this semester. The first assignment was two views of a skull, the second assignment was

Anatomy Drawings Fall 2012

I’m about 4 hours away from my flight back to Singapore, and I thought I would post some low-res documentation of my anatomy drawings from this semester. The first assignment was two views of a skull, the second assignment was

Istanbul Sketchbooks IV: Moleskine

This summer programme was as good an opportunity as any other for me to finally buy and use a classic pocket Moleskine. This was my favourite sketchbook to use of the four, and the one I used most frequently. There’s

Istanbul Sketchbooks IV: Moleskine

This summer programme was as good an opportunity as any other for me to finally buy and use a classic pocket Moleskine. This was my favourite sketchbook to use of the four, and the one I used most frequently. There’s

Istanbul Sketchbook III: Large Sketchbook

I brought a large sketchbook that I always brought with me but didn’t really use as much as I thought I would. The only reason it’s as filled as it is is that we had two figure drawing sessions, during

Istanbul Sketchbook III: Large Sketchbook

I brought a large sketchbook that I always brought with me but didn’t really use as much as I thought I would. The only reason it’s as filled as it is is that we had two figure drawing sessions, during