Saturday, December 18, 2010

Andrew and Andrea.

These would be the name of my future kids; if only I’m bless with a boy and a girl. <Just imagination> And not forgetting my future wife, <chuckled>

Perfect kiss.

This image just struck my mind minutes ago. And I decided to paint it out. If you or anyone happens to see this, I hope this could recall back your best kiss. Capture it and never forget that heartbeats. <;p>

Building with exposed services is cool.

It’s rare! It’s unique! Probably you don’t see it everywhere. You can call it cool. But good design? <cringe> Think about it.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Congratulations, Aaron and Evelyn.

May both of you be as happy and magical as today. <Wishing in advance>

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Fyi, I colour too.

Colour is the most amazing thing ever. Not everybody gets to see their importance. You believe in magic, then you should believe in what colours can do. And because of that, it should not be mishandled or otherwise it would be repulsive. Nevertheless, i still prefer black and white for quick sketch. Colouring or inking ain't really my preference. <;p>

I say No to Korean war.

The title says it all.

I'm lonely fighter.

I can finish a task single-handedly. But where’s the fun? Nobody is sharing the joy.

Friday, December 10, 2010

I read newspaper.

Reading newspaper already becomes a daily routine for me. Despite that, I felt guilt doing that when I have tones of pending drawings to rush. Where the feeling did came from? Weirdo! Reading is good!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

I say bite the bullet.

Problems come unforseen. They just strike and never back away. Some look at it as god's will; either punishment or a price u'd pay for something bad u did in retrospect. Karma or whatever hack u call it. Big deal! I was told to see problems as challenges. <imagine i'm saying it with cocky look> Be prepared. Armoured, go!

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

I want my son to be a computer geek.

What’s the future of tomorrow? Born as a baby boomer, Bill Gates starts doing programming in the age of 5. Take another case, generation Y Mark Zuckerberg starts his programming tutorial at the age of 6. <Looking at myself now> I’m way past the age where I can equal their success level. But I want something different for my son. I wish he can achieve whatever his daddy can’t. So, here I am. In being a dad for the future computer-genius-geek, I need to be highly intellectual too. Fyi, Mark Zuckerberg’s parent is both a dentist and a psychiatrist.

I'm the tallest.

Being tall is a credential. Don’t doubt it! But being less tall or rather short ain’t a drawback either.