It’s the day when my friend from Printerous approach me and said,’ Hey, do you want to sell your artwork online?” It’s like setting up a bunch of local artist , and give them chance to show their work printed on some stuff, Print on Demand stuff. I’m kinda apathetic in the concept of artwork translated into a printed thing, usually because of the quality in Indonesia, and the form that not suitable to my expectation.
but then, I looked and looked and see the end result, well, amazingly it’s suitable to what I’ve expected, so here it is, my online artwork shop, gotta buy one for myself , I’m really impressed and of course , happy, that finally we have something like this in here, it will help all the local talent and get them enough place to expose their work.
So if you interested in my art, welcome to my shop, take a look around and let me know what you think 🙂
It’s a project about a boy who play with his paperboat, the author request is to make character of a boy with Philippines background, although Philippines it’s still in the Southeast Asia, I still have to search the local content of Philippines house and style, along with their traditional dress and style. Cross finger hope I delivered a good piece of drawing :).
This is a little bit of my drawing process, start from the rough sketches, research for the house style, and the coloring.
:: Remembering Totto, my cat who passed away last week. Totto you will always be a part of my family.. Rest in peace in the cat heaven ;’).
Dream Shoes Dahlan is chosen as one of many beautiful illustration in The Book Illustration Gallery.
What is BIG? The Book Illustrators Gallery (BIG) aims to showcase the works of local and regional illustrators and artists – across genres and borders – and promote them to a wider audience.
Indonesia is one of many countries that sending its children book artist to this gallery, and it still open from
22 May – 15 June 2014, 10am – 9pm, at NLB Central Library (B1)
This is the art from Evelyn Ghozalli, my fellow Indonesian artist 🙂
:: The NLB Library, isn’t it just cuteee… It’s a book heaven…!