9.10.13

Sandier Pastures Giveaway in 4 days.



A while back I had the fun opportunity/commission to illustrate a custom header for her blog, Sandierpastures.com. (top right)
Grace from SandierPastures.com is now holding a giveaway in celebration of her fresh new blog design. (Don't you just love the colors?)
Thanks to her generosity, the winner will be able to receive a customized illustration as a prize.
Yes, a personalized custom illustration by Noomie Doodles yours truly where you can have your original and digital customized ideas to life.
Don't forget to bookmark her in your blog feed you guys.
Ps. Thank you Grace!

4.10.13

Sketch day out at Museum Satria Mandala.



Every two weeks Jkt Sketch Group holds an event where avid sketchers can come and gather to sketch together. It's a different place every time from museums to parks and other Indonesian events. Last week was at a Military museum called Museum Satria Mandala. If you've been there, the place consists of old heavy artilleries, guns and planes. Basically all things army used for warfare way back. I made some loose quick sketches with washes above on old planes and guns, just a little contrast to the serious stuff. 
It's open for everyone and they post their updates in their fb group. You might want to join if you are in Jakarta town, the next upcoming event this Sunday is at Taman Suropati (Suropati Park). 


1.10.13

Little Boy, Who Was Precious.



Just wanted to share a children's book that I have illustrated and beautifully written by Reagan Chesnut.
Thank you for the opportunity! This book is special to me as well. 
Have a read at it guys, you'll love this sweet wonderful story. :)
Now available in Amazon in Paperback and in Kindle edition.
Like the fb page here.

"The Little Boy, Who Was Precious is a story about a child's first long stay with his grandparents when his parents are away. 
The little boy, who is so brave against the beasts of his imagination, finds himself strangely lost without his mother and father. 
It takes a pair of loving grandparents to convince him that he is still the bravest and most precious little boy."