I spend the whole day drawing, baking, painting, polishing and set the strap on this little things.
at some point, i felt really fade up to proceed baking as this new material is hard to handle! it easily get crumple as the baking surface was not smooth and not uniformly flat. i miss the old material, easy to handle and looks flawless after baking. luckily only two of them are badly 'destroyed' :p
my thumb is in pain as I scraping the excess paint on the edge using my nail! The pain become worst when I set the small chain for the strap also using bare my hand. scratches are all over my nail.
these two already been booked by farhami and zaid :)
I went to kuala lumpur yesterday with my bestfriends.
accidentally we entered a graphic bookstore at sg weng ( too excited untill I forgot to see the store name). Seriously, just let me live in there!
there has a lot of reference books in design, graphic, illustration etc which i really craze for.
at last, i end up by buying 3 books by the same author - sachiko umoto, 'Illustration School'.
with the concept of 'learning begins by imitating', she filled this book with a lot of illustrations which we can draw by copying and tracing. her drawing was simple and cute.
it is worth to add this books into my collection :)
(i) Illustration School : Let's Draw Happy People
(ii) Illustration School : Let's Draw Cute Animals
(iii) Illustration School : Let's Draw Plants and Small Creatures
I also bought some thread sew scout notebooks at Tangs, Pavilion KL to doodle on the book's cover.
i'll preview the result later :)
I used to see on the internet how felt craft was spread widely.
and I was interested to try once which led me to order for a beginner set last week.
it contain 35 pieces of felt cloth, a pack of colourful buttons, ribbons and some straps.
here the first attempt from me :
*a skinny totoro, an owl and a little fox*
p/s : I don't think I was able to start taking order now. my sewing skill is worst!