Saturday, December 10, 2005


Its amazing how cats are able to twist and contort themselves when they are sleeping. They take naps in the most unbelieveable places, oblivious to their surroundings. They sleep up to 16 hours a day my goodness! How I wished life was that easy.....

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Friday, November 18, 2005

The Quarrelling Book

Prized find from the neighbourhood book shop, I found The Quarrelling Book in the sale corner ready to be banished from the shelves forever. Written by Charlotte Zolotow and illustrated by Arnold Lobel I was really delighted to finally possess this book which I have been looking for quite awhile. Not in the best condtion and needless to say very much flipped through but I guess I could'nt be too greedy here. This book reminds me of how children books should really be and that you don't really need overly exaggerated characters to come up with a timeless story.

Sunday, November 13, 2005


A quick doodle I did awhile ago. Too lazy to complete the details and I'm already starting on another drawing. This is terrible I know, I got to be more disciplined instead of being distracted by the TV all the time. Thank god for TV.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Illustration Friday - Night

Entry number 2 for Illustration Friday - Night. I love nights...

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Illustration Friday - broken

My first and rather late entry to this week's illustration friday theme- broken. Inspired by my cats.
done completely in watercolour. Im sure they will break more than a teacup if they are all piled on top of each other :)

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

old doodles

An old doodle from my old sketchbooks. It was originally intended to be developed into an animation really, but i lacked time. Was nearly 2 years ago. Hopefully i might have time to finish it sometime.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005


Caught the reading bug recently. After not reading for quite a while, i swept 3 books off the shelves. I'm currently on Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, a novel by Susanna Clarke publised by Bloomsbury. What caught my eye initially was the simple but stylised cover really. This 1000 odd page fantasy novel revolves around magic set in the 18th century when the practices of magic have faded into the past. The character of Mr Norrell then comes into the picture displaying magic that sends an uproar in the city. Sculptures talking, woman rising form the dead, ships are sent to rival the French. Another magician Joanthan Strange appears and his experiments with the dark arts challenges the practices of Mr Norrell causing more trouble than what they both imagine. This being Susanna Clarke's first full length novel, she has a fantastic way with words that grabs the reader into wanting to read the book from start till end but at the same time not wanting it to end as well. It lives up to the reviews and definitely a writer to look out for again.

Friday, October 21, 2005


Never thought that i would start a blog
but here i am..
Thought of having a picture that best describes :
my lovely cat Mimi