Sunday, June 13, 2010

A Challenger Appears!!!

More How to Train Your Dragon fan art. I got asked to draw Snotlout and Tuffnut duking out their banjo "skillz" while Fishlegs and Ruffnut . This is the result. The paper texture is borrowed of BashCorpo at Deviantart. The excellent brushes is from Zhuzhu at DA.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Something I do for Fun

I like the How to Train Your Dragon Movie A LOT. And I thought the kids were pretty fun-looking. (as do the dragons)

Thursday, May 13, 2010

RK Boards

All characters belong to Watsuki Nobuhiro & Shueisha.

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Canada's Religion

Cue Stompin' Tom Connors...


Book of Calm 2

This next on is "Add a dab of lavender to your bath, and soon you'll soak yourself calm"

The Little Book of Calm

There's a bit of story behind this, I repeatedly watch this English show called Black Books. In the first episode one of the main characters read this hokey selfhelp book called "The Little Book of Calm" I've decided since then to illustrate some of it. This is for "You're a loose lily floating down an amber river"

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Photo credit goes to Donovan Dennis

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Book Cover Design 2

Quite possibly one of my favourite comic books ever written. I would also like to pay homage to Victorian book cover design because a lot of the book's subjects were set during the Victorian era. FYI, Simcoe was one of Toronto's older district names and one of my friends suggested that it'd be a nice touch since this cover is paying homage to the Victorian times.

Packaging Design 2

Another variant, this is more skewed toward more of a contemporary, American style of labeling.

Packaging Design

This is my version of a gentrification of what's commonly considered 'commoner's alcohol' in South East Asia. Palm Wine or Arak usually don't even have branded labeling like these. Most arak producers just slop some cheap paper in the bottle and label it arak.

Friday, April 09, 2010

Book Cover

Cover Design and Illustration by me

Promotional Poster

Photo credit: Mike Focus

Magazine Layout #2

Illustration by Bryan Lee O'Malley
Done in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator

Magazine Layout #1

Photo credit to Canelle et Vanille Blog

Done in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.