New commission works for a law firm farewell to their boss, finally find out a suitable A3 paper to match with Copic marker, as I can only buy Copic A4 paper in Hong Kong. The control of the Copic marker is better than that of before, the blending action of colour in such paper feels good. Time control is improved. Final product is not as well as my expectation, something could be improved for the background, I think it would be better outcome if all people drawn with body with hand, leg and posture. The humor could be enhanced. Anyway, this commission is a milestone to step further.
Friday, May 20, 2011
We came to Lan Kwai Fong Tower again for Company Party at Lily & Bloom, comparing with last time, there are so many changes, both skill and confidence. However, the line drawing technique seem to be loss of control. It is quite difficult to draw people in so dark environment. Also, I should be trained to draw guest even they are not looking at me. The client's feedback is really motivated. The new trial of paper frame is really good for presentation, I should find some supplier in low price.
Friday, May 13, 2011
The Landmark - Harvey Nichols Live Sketch : It is great challenge that most of the customers are lady, beautiful lady is really really hard to handle, more practice should be focused on this area. Beautiful or Handsome face always have a perfect scale, new question to be sort out for exaggeration of them.....
Friday, May 6, 2011
Szeto Wah (28 February 1931 – 2 January 2011) was a politician of the pan-democracy camp of Hong Kong. He was formerly the chairman of The Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements in China and a member of the Legislative Council from 1985 to 1997 and 1998 to 2004.
Although the Hong Kong government prior to as well as after the British handover shunned him for his opposition to their policies, Szeto was admired in Hong Kong politics for his strong principles, for eschewing personal gain, and for his rare political acumen. According to commentator Stephen Vines, the Chinese central government appointed Szeto to the Basic Law Drafting Committee because they appreciated his political significance, even though they disliked his ideas.
Aside from his political career, Szeto was also well known for his Chinese calligraphy skills. He was referred to as "Uncle Wah" (華叔) by Hong Kong people.