Oil pastels are really nice

It’s really long since I posted, sorry about that ><

I’ve drawn something last week and it was a crazy week. I started it, probably on Tuesday night and went back to it, finished it on Saturday :3

Here is it, my sister dubbed it ‘the Vincent van Gogh-feel’ of my artwork.

They are in oil pastels and I have not used it for a while now : )

and here’s a doodle, it’s also my current userpic for my laptop xD

That’s all from me. I doubt that people want to listen my rambles on what’s going on in my life :3

Have a nice day( ´・‿-) ~ ♥

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Showtime!!

I got a few photos of my work stashed away in my Facebook album, poor things D:

Finally, curtain call~ starts!

A desert scene or of the Wild West

Ahh, it’s Shiki, lovely Shiki~

A young lady (Italian?) is meeting her boyfriend’s parents.. The sketch of the body is well proportioned compared to my past drawings.

Ichigo—A ballerina in-training, actually drawn to be 4-6 years old but I made changes so she looks around eleven to twelve years old.

I wanted to draw a face filled with horror after watching her parents was murdered but I ended up drawing this young lady, leading her people to a new land of peace and productivity where they can prosper.

Ah, my admiration for this is unbelievable. I couldn’t believe that I drew this. I wanted to copy or re-adapt a sketch I made on a rough piece of paper into my sketch book but it ended with a strong-willed young girl, deciding her future to move along a new path. Strongly influenced by Aki Yoshino’s artwork.

I wanted to draw something for a contest in DeviantArt (in which the sketch on the rough piece of paper was involved…) I made another attempt to draw a warrior or somewhat rank in an online RPG world.

I hope it has the spirit of a warrior.

Last but not least, a little picture of a flower.

ちびのあたし?!- Chibi no Atashi?!

Hi there! Here’s another doodle that I did during History class.

Inspired by the chibi me (chibi means small or petite in Japanese), I decided that I should be the character in this doodle here~

Well, that’s all for now. I will be busy during November because of the finals at school. Look out here for any updates of what I’m doing (just in case you’re watching out for updates at my other blogs and communities XD)

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Mid-autumn Festival card!

Hi there! Thanks to all who read this blog as well as willing to look at my artwork, it’s kinda contributes to my self-esteem about my artistic abilities 🙂

Okay, I was asked to draw/make a card so I my imagination helped me ended up with a Mid-autumn Festival card. Only my Pentel Techniclick 0.5 and my Staedtler Rasoplast was used this time.

It’s not that clear but I hope it’s sufficient 🙂

Okay, the streaks of line on the card was supposed to be like a flower or fern? The insects on the cover was inspired by the thought of Fujiwara no Akiko and Abe no Masahiro of Shounen Onmyouji going to Mount Kifune to see the fireflies at the end of summer.

Since summer has ended and it’s already approaching the Chinese Mid-autumn Festival, I finished with a Mid-autumn Festival card.

I used a different approach for the card this time, I folded it in an unconventional way so now it looks like it was inspired from the origami 😀

I will probably put up an opening of a story I wrote, it will probably be considered nonsense but comments or suggestions for the story are welcomed but no bashing of my work 🙂

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This work by Amaya Lim is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Malaysia License.

© Amaya Lim and Espressivo – Amaya Lim, 2009. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of any material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Amaya Lim and Espressivo – Amaya Lim with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.