Just get well after a week sickness.. how I realize that health is important..
Stay healthy people, mind and body! 🙂
After the AFCC I really want to get in to Haiku, a simple, deep , personal poem that very straight and personal.. so this is the first one..
Just living is not enough… one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.
Hans Christian Andersen
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…!
My latest drawing, water color and pencil.
It’s an Indonesian children story about a girl, who born inside a cucumber.
I know this story since I was a little girl, and here is a part of the story:
“Run Timun Mas. Save your life!” said the mother. The giant was angry. He knew the farmers wanted to break their promise. He chased Timun Mas away. The giant was getting closer and closer.
Timun Mas then opened the bag and threw a handful of salt. It became a sea. The giant had to swim to cross the sea. Later, Timun Mas threw some chilli. It became a jungle with trees. The trees had sharp thorns so they hurt the giant.
However, the giant was still able to chase Timun Mas. Timun Mas took her third magic stuff. It was cucumber seeds. She threw them and became cucumber field.
But the giant still could escape from the field. Then it was the last magic stuff she had in the bag. It was a shrimp paste, terasi. She threw it and became a big swamp.
You can read the whole story here:
:: Make a book from these piece maybe..?
Gotta find a publisher first 🙂
“life has a funny way of testing you to see if you really want, what you say you want.”
― Turcois Ominek
:: trying to make an interpretation of Elsa from Frozen
it’s long time since I sketched a princess or a girl figure, a little bit awkward on the eyes I think 🙂