A really rough sketch that I’m going to paint digitally. Guess what this drawing is about!
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Happy Independence Day, Malaysia! Gracing this blog with a Kingfisher photo that I took with my Fujifilm XT-30 camera.
I took this shot while I was still recovering from ICL – my first photo since the op. My vision is unfortunately still blurry and not as sharp as it was before the surgery. It has been over a month, hopefully it wouldn’t continue for too long without full recovery.
This year has been full of bad news, so I would like to share a photo of this cute magnificent bird. I also decided to share this photo because the red, white and blue colours reminded me of Malaysia’s flag.
For those wondering what ICL is, it is a surgery similar to LASIK, but with newer tech and is non-invasive. It is called Implantable Contact Lens. The operation is generally safe but recovery rate depends on the individual. I did both eyes at the same time.
That’s it for now, enjoy your day 🙂
6 Fanarts: Cloud, Meve, Lisa Simpson (teenager), Ao Bing, Nezha and Sailormoon. Drew these to rekindle my passion in drawing, not exactly successful but moving on!
I love drawing underdogs having a banter.
Aki, a deity sworn to protect nature, Mother Nature’s right-hand warrior. Dedicated to a warrior friend.
Final follow-up from this post: https://ysfaye.wordpress.com/2019/10/03/aki-earth-protector-sketch/
It took some time but I’ve completed the Rilakkuma needle felt. This hobby really tests your patience lol.
Taking a break before the next project 🙂
New addition to the art family: A cyborg, Amelia recharging in a cryotank. The blue light at her chest is a power indicator.
This is a continuation of the sketch from this post: 16mins Sketch
After further brainstorming, I decided to change the gender, age and species to a clumsy female youngling. I wanted a challenge. Neither acknowledged by humans nor Archaeopteryx, it has to learn how to live in the dangerous world.
I guess this falls into the survival genre.
It is not easy combining two species that have anatomies from both extreme ends. The way the human joints bend are the exact opposite of how the Archaeopteryx’s joints work in various areas.
More to come…