Artist, Designer, Creator

Category: wall

Mural of the Three Little Kids and an Autumn Tree
Over the Gawai holidays, I was given an opportunity to paint this really fun piece!
The Client intended to have a mural of their children playing on a wall in their garden. 
Before: The wall and I

Took this picture to estimate the size of the little humans later.
Wall size: 2.6m x 6.5m
Paint: Murobond Murowash
After several discussions and a couple of sketches, we finalized with this sketch:
Sketched Proposal done with Photoshop

Finished piece: Mural of the Three Little Kids and an Autumn Tree
Of course, the painting came out completely different from the sketch, but I was super pleased with it. Somehow, the tree looked to me like it came out of one of the fairy tale books I used to read as a child. Ooh, the Client managed to add a real physical seesaw and we integrated it with the painting, giving it so much more life!
The Client’s idea of a tree with red leaves was genius, although I was against it in the beginning. I have to admit, if it were any other color, it wouldn’t have stood out and have such a cheerful vibe.
Just playing around with some effects on Photoshop

Love this pixel version most!
It was such a pleasure working on this one! Can’t wait for the next! 😀
“Nothing to fear because Optimus has got my back!”
Mural of comic book style Optimus Prime and Megatron

Bored Hulk

“I knew you were different.”
Spiderman’s room
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 Iron man and… himself in grey?
Batman’s Room
Was honored that this young entrepreneur, Lionel, contacted me to get me to paint in his new hostel called HERO in Kuching. It’s a budget hostel with a great location, and a really nice, friendly owner! Here’s the hostel’s Facebook page: //www.facebook.com/herohostel 
It was a very fun project that took me about 2-3 weekends to complete (Transformers and Ironman room took a weekend each). A lot of work done to the place was with his own bare hands too. The place is now operating and getting pretty good reviews.. Check this really value for money stay if you ever visit Kuching, Sarawak, Borneo! 
The Field Bar is a new sports bar in town. They wanted five football legends on their wall above the bar table. The first of the five is Eric Cantona.
Used grid lines to get the proportions and spacing right as the other 4 portraits will be done weeks apart.
Decided to shade the portrait with sketchy lines to give it a more masculine, rough and tough look.
After a combined 12 hours the mural was completed with a pencil, eraser, ruler, paintbrushes and black wall paint.
Me and my finished piece. I honestly had no idea how to complete it in the start, but I just knew I was going to finish it. The experiences from all these exciting projects make me more confident yet humbled each time. Each experience is different and unique. Each make me grow in different ways. Each helps me discover something new about me and about Art itself. I am a grateful little girl. Come at me challenges!
This weekend, I went back to Löv and scribbled on their huge chalk board wall. The design is a batik style drawing of three flowers and their leaves. Love how the warm brown bench and table compliment the simple black and white.

There was a bench. Had to do it. :p

Peeping in from the old rusted gates.

The Instagram Effect