Friday, April 22, 2011
Saturday, October 30, 2010
This was an awesomely fun collaboration between Animax and OIC, where they got OIC illustrators to interpret several popular animations from Japan. I got Nodame Cantabile!!!! Which was an awesome thing because I'm a hugggggggeeeeeee fangirl of Nodame Cantabile. XD~~~
Much thanks to ANIMAX, Japan Creative Centre, Fourskin Mindflyer, Fleecircus, OIC!
Saturday, October 02, 2010
The Artist Series featuring “AnnGee”
Kooky Carnival by AnnGee
Expect nothing ordinary at our kooky carnival, where larger-than-life toys, imaginary friends and strange beings gather to have a super great time!
OICsingapore is Singapore’s best illustration / Illustrator’s networking platform. It aims to make drawing fun create interesting work with likeminded patrons of Singapore illustrators like Kalkitos! Find out more about OICsingapore here : http://www.oicsingapore.com/
Super thanks to mindflyer (boss) for da pimpin'!
I had super fun with this illo :D
Thursday, September 09, 2010
Friday, September 03, 2010
Thursday, September 02, 2010
Sunday, August 01, 2010
also from the masterclass, a tonal exercise done in collage.
Saturday, July 31, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Tuesday, February 02, 2010
Poster illo by me for OIC's portrait day! :D
Don’t miss this OIC Portrait session for CNY and Valentines Day! Polish your drawing skills & catch up with your OIC buddies at the same time. OIC’s modus operandi if you don’t know already- Everyone gets 20 minutes to draw the “patron/ sitter” at the same time. You get $10 for each drawing sold . Make it COLOURFUL, all skill levels welcomed.>> OIC's new website!!!
Sunday, December 27, 2009
Was involved in a pretty fun project, doing illustrations for an iPhone application a while back. :D
The application is called Fleas and Fairs, and offers a fun calendar of events in Singapore, featuring flea markets and bazaars in Singapore.
For those of you who have iPhones, you can download it here >>
Monday, August 17, 2009
Monday, July 13, 2009
Sunday, June 07, 2009
No one sat outside because it was so cold, and we weren't allowed to do it inside because we'd be "disturbing the patrons", so we took portrait day to Carlton Gardens. And... again, because it was so frosty, no one stopped to pose for us except this lady. :D
But she was the only one. :X By then we were freezing our fingers off and decided to head to an indoors cafe to sketch people instead (trying to keep to the portrait day theme)
A friend showed his portrait to the gentleman he was drawing, and he treated us to beer and coffee in exchange for the drawing. :D
After that, a bit of sketchwalking in the city and stopped because it was too cold to continue. I headed back towards my place to do some more drawing and was joined by this Korean girl, who watched me draw this shop. She mentioned she used to draw as well, so I passed some of my cardboards to her and we both drew until it started drizzling.
and that was the failed attempt at Portrait Day in Melbourne. :P
PS: the cardboard was from the remnants of a box i used to make a sign for portrait day. was gonna post that up as well, but it has "gone with the wind".