Wednesday, July 23, 2014

James Gurney

James Gurney, my admired profession artist. You will said WOW, if you know him.

James Gurney is the artist and author best known for his illustrated book series Dinotopia. He specializes in painting realistic images of scenes that can’t be photographed, from dinosaurs to ancient civilizations. He is also a dedicated plein air (outdoor) painter and sketcher, believing that making studies directly from observation fuels his imagination...
His passion in drawing. Never stop. In such age. He keep draw and draw. What a incredible person. Yeah, Malaysia is different art culture base. But for those who have such a passion in art. Go for it.


Saturday, July 19, 2014

Marmalade Cafe Bangsar Village, Live Caricature Birthday

Thanks Chieng looking me back for your party event. Unbelievable, the last time we met was in 2012.

Thanks Chieng. Wish your kids happy birthday too.
It's happened on happy Saturday morning in Cafe Bangsar Village. Just celebrate kid's birthday. Friends, relatives come for celebration.

The parents love the caricature I drew for them. Just keep laughing at the back after done. I just can't control. Me also want to laugh. Yeah, this is the moment when the photo shooting can't give you. The happy moment in your life.
Everyone get one piece. All hand drawing by Caricature Artist Malaysia, Triton Lim. Get more via Google, just key in "Caricature Artist Malaysia" will do. Remember different caricaturist, different style. Same thing you went to the hair stylish shop. Winnie Loo, A Cut Above Salon different with the Miko hair studio. You can't blame if you don't get the meaning of "Caricature".

At the end, everyone happy. Kids, oldest happy. Warm blessing to the them. Thanks having me in your kid's birthday party.


Sunday, July 6, 2014

Pentel Brush

Why in Japan you can find anything art stationary you want? Even Singapore art shop is fully complete items there. But in Malaysia...feel totally shame & upset sometime. Beside Pentel, Pilot Brush Pen is available order here.

These Pentel Brush pen, is good. Soft. No smell. Ink dark. For professional uses. These Pentel Brush pen hardly found in Malaysia. It kind a weird right. Why such a good nib brush pen, they don't want to bring in for the market. Yes, we can buy online. But somehow some online order not available to delivery to Malaysia.

Somehow I asking help from certain NGO art society. Same feedback from them. No market no demand. I said how you know? Are you 100% sure? I feel shame, they also feel don't really want to help. How Malaysia art culture can be strong enough?