I read a really good quote somewhere that said if you want to buy something you should spend the day rearranging a room. Actually I think I saw it on Instagram (credit to the savvy Sagittarius). So that’s just what I did as my YouTube has been inundated with”Fall decorate with me” videos and “Halloween…… Continue reading Fighting the urge to shop!
I was inspired to keep working on my 2018 goals by watching a video by Rachelleea on YouTube. She explained how she was continuing to work on her yearly goals and how she wanted to wrap everything up before the end of the year. I really liked this idea as there are a few things…… Continue reading Working on 2018 goals.
On Thursday 2nd of November, my brother’s game RUYA was released. My brother and his team mates worked hard on this game for over a year. He was the artist responsible for the beautiful character RUYA as well as the level designs. He is so hardworking and I’m so proud of him. The game can…… Continue reading RUYA Released!
Yesterday I went back to JCCAC Handicraft fair for another day out with creative types. I found it bigger and busier than last time. I saw the Really free market again, this time offering free services. These included, Henna, Chinese poetry, Chinese tea, Leather work and STEM games. I had the Henna done, by far…… Continue reading JCCAC 2.0 Arts Fair Hong Kong.
This weekend there is an illustration fair in Tseung Kwan O, Popcorn Mall. The exhibition features illustrations from the movie “Your Name”, which I love. At the exhibition, you can also buy prints and merchandise featuring the art and sketches from the movie. Below are some of my favourite images from the roadshow. …… Continue reading “Your Name” Illustration Roadshow Hong Kong
Today I went to a Handicraft market at the Jockey Club Creative Arts Center (JCCAC) in Shek Kip Mei. I had seen in advertised in the MTR station and was surprised that I had not heard of this place before. I went with no expectations, due to the poor weather I guessed there wouldn’t be…… Continue reading Just like “Picking Flowers”. Hong Kong’s Really Really Free Market.