Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Funny Commercials

I saw this pony commercial and I thought it was hilarious. So I youtubed it and found some more for their campaign. Enjoy!!!

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Banksy's museum exhibition

Here's a lengthy video covering most of Banksy artworks exhibited at Bristol Museum. Enjoy!

Friday, June 19, 2009

Redneck bar

So I finally went to a bar with my co-worker tonight that's down the road (like 2mins drive). What prevented me from going there in the first place is b/c I knew it's a redneck bar. And let me tell you...asians and redneck bars dont go along too well, like Rosa Park sitting in the front of the bus (bad example).
Well, I finally went and it wasn't all that bad......but, it's as redneck as it can get. If I need reference pictures to draw a redneck scene/people.....that would be the place I go to take reference pictures. That's all I got to say.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Too cool

This is a nice idea!

Video Time

First up:
The man behind the Obama poster and probably influenced me the most with my stenciling, Shepard Fairey. To me, this video is priceless and gives a quick glimpse of some of his techniques.

The most mysterious artist in the world (and yes, no one knows what he looks like and I guess that's why his artworks are worth thousands) and probably the greatest street artist ever, Banksy. Currently, he's having an exhibition at Bristol Museum in England. Wish I could go.

Some of his artworks in this exhibition.

What's so great about his art is that it is provocative, like the video states, and how he juxtapose the subject and something opposite together. It creates humor and also awareness at the same time.

Hope you enjoy these videos as much as I do!

"The bad artists imitate, The great artists steal." - Pablo Picasso BANKSY

Wednesday, June 17, 2009


Wanna touch up on my coloring skills and also had some free time :-D A quick painting that I spent about 1.5-2hrs? To me, that's fast.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009


A little sketch I did today. Ever since the geisha drawing, I realized how little I know about the woman's figure, sounds pathetic. So lately, I've been doing lots of female sketches from magazine to help me out and help me loosen up the figure. But the problem from drawing female figures from magazine is that the models are too skinny and all my women look anorexic. Oh well, better than nothing. Still need more practice.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Stop Motion

This stop motion was done by a fellow SCAD student. Don't know the student personally, but I know most of the helpers.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Digital Coloring

Practicing my digital coloring. Not finished, yet.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Screen printing

Don't know much about this artist is but this is a great video showing some of his screen printing techniques. Enjoy!

Greg Gossel: Happy Endings Preview from Greg Gossel on Vimeo.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

I believe this is it!

Here we go, I think this is the money shot(hopefully). My Pixar friend, Annee, gave me lots ot pointers to make this piece a lot better. I thinned down her left forearm because, and I qutoe from Annee, "her arm looks too meaty." The shoulder was still giving problems and she concluded that the perpendicular angle made her look very stiff. So, raised the shoulder up a bit and this helped a lot. And her left hand is very masculine.....and I tried my best this time but it's sooooo hard to correct it. What do you think?

And for comparison:


I redid the nose and change color scheme for the lips. I'll probably need to add more black on the bottom to balance out.

Now, finished?

my eyes are sore from staring at the's an updated version.


Here's a more finalized version. What do you think? My friend Hann gave me a few pointers. And one of them was that the shape of the head was too masculine. Had to tone it down a notch. I also played with other angles but for some odd reason, they all turned out pretty naughty and thought it wouldn't be as appropriate.