Acrylic, colour pencils
Sketch & Study
< Ka & Doppelgänger >
Scanned directly from my sketch book.
( media: acrylic paints, pencils, pastels and white ink, )
Sketches & book study
< stare = star >
Inspired by Elizabeth Bishop’s Cirque d’Hiver:
“Facing each other rather desperately
His eye is like a star
We stare and say, ‘Well, we have come this far.’
Talks between a toy horse and a machanic dancing ballerina.
(Painted with acrylic paints, pencils, white ink and pastels.)
< Feeding with 'Ka' >
From < On Dolls >, selected essays about toys & children
- "We took our being from dolls. Dolls absorbed our love and care, consoling us in turn, allowing themselves to be dreamed." by Reiner Maria Rilke.
< Selfie >
Material: Acrylic paints, pastels, pencils, ink.
< The processes of Understanding >
Drafts and wips. Gouache & pencils & acrylic ink & pastels.
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個人興趣&無聊閒話： @Ene's Knick Knacks
sneak peek & Knick Knacks :p
An unfinished children's book collaborated with my close friend. It's was originally a story about two plushies, who have lost their tails in a wonderland full of plush animals, picking up each other's lost tails and eventually come across with each other. Unfortunately, the idea wasn't selected by the publisher, so it remains unfinished. I hope one day we would have a chance to finish it.
Also, we made up our characters with fluffy fabric, and make their tails changeable in order to fit the story. Mine is the hare camouflage one.