Tag: doodle

  • Take You To The Moon / Wild Passion – Two Doodles

    Towards the end of 2020, I have explored a different art direction. My interpretation of cubism, which requires precision. Hence, I have switched to papers for marker pens. Somehow, I still miss the fine-grain heavyweight paper that I used to draw with. Sure, that consumes more ink and the paper is harsh to the marker […]

  • Goodbye / Letting Go I Cannot – A Doodle

    I have to rush this post off as year 2020 is coming into an end. Some say I am a dreamer. I do not disagree. As a creative person, I – not sure if should I be taking pride or it is really nothing special – tend to see things in a different light, a […]

  • The Tale of Cats – A Doodle

    Recently, I have read a short story from Folklore written by Italo Calvino. It is called The Tale of Cats. Long story short, a girl has discovered a cauliflower once lifted, there was a ladder leading to a world of cats. She went down, helped the cats, and was rewarded with a delicious dinner, a […]

  • The Melancholy Me But Why – A Cubism Doodle

    By definition, the word melancholy as I have discovered today means to reflect deep sad thought with no obvious reason, which is not far from how I have interpreted it and how I have experienced it. I enjoy spending time with people. But I also enjoy spending time alone observing, self-reflecting, and going through the […]

  • Home-cooked Food – A Cubism Doodle

    Modern-day photography and videography capture a snippet of life. The reality in its entirety often leaves little for our imagination. Call me old school. I still prefer words and drawings. Such artwork too captures a snippet of life yet leaves much for the imagination. An alternative reality within the realm of actuality. A private interpretation […]

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