Decided to hang out in a different coffeehouse today. As hoped for: different kinds of customers. :)
New Coffeehouse Characters. Today wasn’t too diverse. I was too busy being caught up in Candy Crush. D:
New Coffeehouse Characters! Tried to draw a different body shape and experimented picking a character with a different face shape too. I’m actually supah proud!
Ah, Character Development, still a complete mystery to me. The child and teenager version of a character I’m working on and completely falling in love with.
Coffeehouse Characters. I now spend my lunch time munching on half a cream cheese bagel, a large cup of coffee and quick doodling in my sketchbook of the many people passing outside and sharing my space with me.
I’m hoping it’s good practice for my diversifying-characters skills. :”)
In celebration of our 50,000-strong community and our First Month Milestone, here’s an illustration I made for the JapanLover.Me team, Kaila (aka. The Rainbowholic), Chichi (aka. Little Miss Paintbrush) and myself!
It didn’t take too long before I made mermaid versions of ourselves, did it? I obviously found it hard to resist!
Been working on something for the past couple of weeks. Well, really, I procrastinated a week and then finished the rest in two days (ah, the power of the mind).
+5 points for you if you know the “kweh!” reference! ;)
Which Disney Princess do you think inspired Seaweed? ;)
*Hint: she’s not a mermaid.
I think that if mermaids populated the world the way humans did, there would be so many different and beautiful “races” of mermaids in the sea!
Trivia: the purple mermaids of this series were the ones I drew first. I was still figuring out how to draw them. ;3
In lieu of the launch of www.JapanLover.Me, I guess I have to share with you more of my JapanLove.
Here’s something I was super excited about: wearing a yukata for the first time ever! ;)
Broccoli Mermaids: They’re probably an eccentric bunch. ;P
Coincidentally, Disney’s working on a re-imagining of the Snow Queen. Wouldn’t that just make so much sense as a mermaid story? ;P
After combining our powers and craziness in a whirlwind of tasks and brainstorming, we’ve finally released our baby: www.JapanLover.Me!
It’s a web-portal for anyone and everyone that has ever loved, dreamed and connected with Japan, a connection that we’ve all had since our childhoods.
Get to know more about our project and get lost in our land of crazy at:
See you there! ;)