Secondly, Jun Tsunoda. You’d probably classify her work as fine art. But I’m sure there are lots we illustrators can learn from her use colours, balance and shapes. From giving it a try, I think abstract paintings aren’t as easy to create as they look.
The Diary of Amos Lee: Girls, Guts and Glory!
Hot on the shelves, 2nd of the series, following the successful “I sit, I write, I flush!” (Top 10 of Straits Times, Bestseller’s List).
Written by Adeline Foo, “Girls, Guts and Glory!”, is packed with more full scene illustrations as compared to the first book, including “photographs” taken by Amos with his Polaroid camera (Sneeky, sneeky). This Project took about 3mths to complete including layout and cover. Although I would have liked more time to improve on a few things, I reckon it’s pretty decent work and a step up from the previous book.
Latest news, we have ran outta copies and bringing in more for the bookfest at Suntec. It is nice to see that hard work with heart thrown in is appreciated. So a word of thanks to everyone and yeahhhh… I’ve got my social life back. – Enjoy
Drewscape and I are organising a sketchwalk at Yew Tee this sat. We picked Yew Tee as that’s where lotsa old factories nearby might be interesting. Please sign up in comments section if you are interested to join us.
Advice: wear decent shoes as there may be wild dogs guarding the factories as we walk around there.
Location : Yew Tee MRT station control
Time : 8.30am
Person in charge : Drewscape(91070735) -please contact him for any queries etc