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  • Butterflies

    I can barely draw a 5 petal flower much less get animals and bugs in their right dimensions so this is really quite a very striking and simplistic piece that just gets everything right! I reckon that a lot of people can appreciate that bold use of colour too!

  • Golden Pheasant

    The fine details of the background are intricately emphasized and they are my favourite part of this portrait. The bird is able to stand strong up front with the stunning contrast created behind. Without both elements together, this portrait wouldn’t have happened.[Read more]

  • Photo shoot at Parliament of Victoria

    I am not a huge fan of having my wedding shoots taken beside a landmark regardless of how famous it is. I prefer to have mine taken amidst Mother Nature where the personal charm that it exudes lasts forever like how I would hope for my marriage. Nevertheless, a beautiful sketch,…[Read more]

  • Meadow Hut Welcome

    It has been my dream to retire and settle at a hut within the meadows. It would be a daily motivation to be able to wake up breathing in the fresh air while enjoying the breathtaking scenery just outside my windows.

  • Golden Pheasant

    I’d love to know more about how this piece was put together! It looks almost like it could pop off the page! I reckon that it was a mixture of different kinds of medium to get the effect. Parts of the bird look practically golden and it would be amazing if the metallic effect was…[Read more]

  • Photo shoot at Parliament of Victoria

    It’s quite queer to take a picture of people taking pictures, but at such a happy occasion like a wedding, everything is a wonderful memory! Even making memories of the time that you’re getting married! This is such a lovely candid shot though. Wonderfully captured in your…[Read more]

  • Meadow Hut Welcome

    Those rocks look so interesting! I wonder if they really look like that in real life! It seems like it would be a great place for a shelter for your home to protect it from the wind and the elements! I imagine that it would be great for the longevity of your home in a way![Read more]

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  • Newtons Wave

    I’m interested to know what medium you were using for this. It really is quite spectacularly interpreted! It’s almost like a picture the way you detailed the bubbles and the water currents within the wave. I am thoroughly amazed by the workmanship and it’s no wonder you won an…[Read more]

  • Succulent

    The detail on the stones are outstanding. I would love the colours on the succulent to be a little bit more deeper but I reckon that I would see an actual plant in real life and it would look similar. It really is a very good likeness in terms of proportion and colour![Read more]

  • there

    Stunning combination of different elements that definitely took so much time and effort to mix. It must have been a lot of fun experimenting with so many tools to produce a quirky masterpiece.

  • Young One

    Looks almost digital! Great stroke techniques especially on acrylic. I bet your skills would be perfect for a portrait which showcases very detailed features.

  • Yes...No

    I almost teared reading the words you wrote that are accompanied by this beautiful illustration of what is presumably your perspective in life. Life has to go on despite of how much we have gone through and not knowing how much longer would the journey be that we’d all have to…[Read more]

  • Saturday in the Park

    It’s such a simple yet poignant piece of art really. It’s nice to see how people are so at peace and calm when they are out amongst nature. I hope that people remember this feeling when all the trees are gone and the world is so polluted that we’re forced to stay indoors.[Read more]

  • subconscious subworld

    Nature is my favourite element to draw and in this illustration, the colour combination fills me with calmness. How the yellow of the sky signifies sunset and the blue waters displaying serenity truly make me feel warmth all over.

  • The Colored Boss

    Simple stroke technique which is further accentuated with the defined pen outlines. This is what we call simplicity meets perfection.

  • HMS Hermes on route to the Falklands

    It’s not easy to draw a ship and a battleship at that! It’ll be interesting to know the reference materials that you referred to in order to get the accuracy of the ships right! It’s a really striking sight to see the ships out on the open water like this though! Nice work![Read more]

  • Solitaire IV

    This require true skills and previous experience with a real-life diamond getting hit by rays of light. Without a first-hand encounter, you couldn’t have possibly achieve such a realistic rendition. Nice job!

  • HP Printer Support Number 1-844-797-8692 (Toll Free)

    This is clearly an advertorial for Canon. Honestly speaking, I don’t have much faith in such customer service centres. It seems like you spend so much effort to bring your failing equipment only to find out that there’s an even longer wait for it to be repaired and then the cost…[Read more]

  • Afternoon Tea

    Vibrant colours are my way of expressing fun and excitement too and I bet that is exactly how you feel during your little tea parties. This painting is a clear rendition of how much you love your tea cups and tea sets which are perfect to hold fun and cozy tea sessions with your…[Read more]

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