Sometimes, I make a mess.
I eat natto and draw Buddhist deities to unwind.
Thank you to those of you who’ve been following my tumblr and welcome, new followers; To those of you who got here because of David Alegre, truly an honor.In other news, I really do enjoy drawing chimps going wild but my corgi is inexplicably afraid of them. She refuses any kind of eye contact with these chimps in my sketchbook.
"Ooooo!! Ooo!!! Oo!! Aaaaaa!!! Aaaaaaaa!!!"
I’ve been busy. Will come back with more regularity once I can post what I’ve been working on.
Thank you for your likes and reblogs. I really do appreciate them.
Goodbye, HR Giger. Your Alien design fueled many, many, many fun childhood toy hunting trips and drawings. Thank you for the very first Alien design.
“Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike” holds a very special place in my heart. I hope the entire team behind this beautiful thing knows that it is one of the very best digital entertainment products that ever got to see the light. Never forget, May 12th 1999.
Today, I continued my quest in the kitchen to discover the right balance between the flavors of uni, natto and ikura. Hereby, I express my gratitude for the sea urchins, salmon roe and soybeans that were involved in this process. うにと イクラ, ありがとう…
I don’t always make stickers for Metalcore bands… but when I do, it’s for “Allegiance”.They’re based in Singapore, I know at least 1 of them is a weirdo and they opened for “Memphis May Fire" some time back in 2013. The sticker will be available at their live gigs.
For all of you who celebrate the Chinese New Year; my belated wishes.It’s been a while since I’ve posted, I’ll have something fun to show soon.
A quick visual meditation… Namu amida butsu.
I miss Nara.
I severely miss Kyoto already.Kindly await for illustrations and designs inspired by this beautiful city.
I visited Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo today. They have a beautifully curated special exhibit called “The Power of Manga: Osamu Tezuka and Shotaro Ishinomori”. Anyone who’s around the Tokyo area should check out the exhibit.I grew up loving these two master’s works and to be able to see their sketchbooks, notebooks, actual artwork for the pages and hand-painted illustrations in person was just unthinkable. The exhibit really blew me away. The “no-photo” rule really killed me, I had to draw the moment I stepped out of the museum.