Not too long ago, I was graced with a mini spring break. I didn’t leave San Francisco for it. It turns out I wanted to spend it in a sketchbook. Obtained a brush pen, visited the Mary Blair exhibited, drank more coffee!

Instagram is better updated for these adventures, :)

My good friend Sunny gifted me a Pencil tonight! So, what did I spend 2 hours doing? A redux of my most popular old drawing from almost 2 years ago, Moonlit Music:

April 23rd, 2012!


Back then, Paper came with an oekaki styled limited color palette. Today it’s blending like crazy, zooming into the details, and bumping up the saturation on parts… Good times. A ton of old Paper sketches are filed under #MadeWithPaper

My good friend Sunny gifted me a Pencil tonight! So, what did I spend 2 hours doing? A redux of my most popular old drawing from almost 2 years ago, Moonlit Music:

April 23rd, 2012!

Back then, Paper came with an oekaki styled limited color palette. Today it’s blending like crazy, zooming into the details, and bumping up the saturation on parts… Good times. A ton of old Paper sketches are filed under #MadeWithPaper

I rediscovered the secret bonus level sketch from the Daily Color Block series I did last August.
It’s so crazy to me this illustration side project happened the week when I first dyed my hair turquoise and madly prepped for my talk. Productivity is a weird beast which fuels itself on other productivity hence this infinite loop state of über mad productivity!
I can’t wait to be there again.

I rediscovered the secret bonus level sketch from the Daily Color Block series I did last August.

It’s so crazy to me this illustration side project happened the week when I first dyed my hair turquoise and madly prepped for my talk. Productivity is a weird beast which fuels itself on other productivity hence this infinite loop state of über mad productivity!

I can’t wait to be there again.

Three set San Francisco sketches! Drawn in Illustrator with the Charcoal Pencil brush, 1 – 4px weights used, minimal amount of 15% opacity shading for the depth.
Pretty pleased. Planning to set myself up to do this a lot more in the future.
P.S. You can Like it on dribbble, ;)

Three set San Francisco sketches! Drawn in Illustrator with the Charcoal Pencil brush, 1 – 4px weights used, minimal amount of 15% opacity shading for the depth.

Pretty pleased. Planning to set myself up to do this a lot more in the future.

P.S. You can Like it on dribbble, ;)

One of the most therapeutic Copic Marker doodles—bamboo. The brush tip lends itself so well and it’s an excuse to use every color in the box with disregard, for the most part.

One of the most therapeutic Copic Marker doodles—bamboo. The brush tip lends itself so well and it’s an excuse to use every color in the box with disregard, for the most part.

I’ve drawn things like this in the past, but I always love the red balloons in the blue sky with the perfect clouds.

I’ve drawn things like this in the past, but I always love the red balloons in the blue sky with the perfect clouds.

Pretty much how the last 3 days went.

Though the reality of today was all introverted dance party in my headphones. I wasn’t actually dancing.

Also, I’ve done this project for a whole week!

Another one while the fire still burns.
I’ve got the blues.

Another one while the fire still burns.

I’ve got the blues.

Daily Color Block, Session 1, Variations 3.

Stumbled upon Tiffany Ford’s color block outfit series and could not resist picking up the tablet and drawing my own. Plus, TURQUOISE HAIR SO FUN TO SHADE.

Saturday – the absurdly popular Mondrian dress.
Sunday – lazy pants day.
Monday – nautical stripe dress found in some boutique in the Mission.

Also, messy prolific desk mode complete with empty bottles, chocolate bars, and half eaten dinner. Why am I not asleep yet?

Concept Art | quick 2 cents for our indie game this semester:
Levels procedurally generated via music (peaks + troughs)
Cute, flat vector artwork
Speed game where you need to maintain momentum
And collect cats (obligatory)
Obvious inspiration taken from Worms.& would love some original music to serve as prime example levels. Hint hint composers out there.

Concept Art | quick 2 cents for our indie game this semester:

  • Levels procedurally generated via music (peaks + troughs)
  • Cute, flat vector artwork
  • Speed game where you need to maintain momentum
  • And collect cats (obligatory)

Obvious inspiration taken from Worms.
& would love some original music to serve as prime example levels.
Hint hint composers out there.

Life with GeeksIf it wasn’t 5am, I would draw others so it wouldn’t be so narcissistic…
—Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker stylewhich still my holds the crown of my all time favorite console game

Life with Geeks
If it wasn’t 5am, I would draw others so it wouldn’t be so narcissistic…


Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker style
which still my holds the crown of my all time favorite console game

Finally, it’s the holiday season and break. To start, how about a disgustingly cute vector. I missed this.
& bonus: the original sketch version, 
Expect more things in the coming month!

Finally, it’s the holiday season and break. To start, how about a disgustingly cute vector. I missed this.

& bonus: the original sketch version,
 

Expect more things in the coming month!