Friday, April 27, 2012
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Monday, April 9, 2012
Haikal's first drawing class and he did a good job. I was waiting at home impatiently and keep on thinking how his drawing will look like. There's a knock on the door and Haikal just couldn't wait to show me his drawing. Wows... it was really beyond my imagination! Well done, Haikal! You did it very well. I hugged him tightly and kissed him… Proud of you, son!
Anas saw the drawing on the table and agreed that it was beautiful. Guess what, suddenly Anas took his pencil, drawing book and crayons… and started drawing!
A few minutes later, Haikal came and looked at Anas’s drawing… and said “The drawing is not good”.
Hmmm.. Haikal, Haikal! Soon, Anas is going to be as good as you, sayang!
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
1) During our conversation in Facebook, a friend of mine, K. Tanjong spontaneously told me that she would like to have my drawing. I gave my drawing titled Si Murai to her as a gift. And… she likes it so much.
2) My illustration of Puteri Bukit Lagong gets its own audience. Puteri Bukit Lagong is a title of a theatre performed by Kelab Peseni , FRIM. I watched their rehearsal and enjoyed the theatre very much. On my way back home, I asked my husband how about drawing something about Puteri Bukit Lagong? It must be fun. My husband said, “Go on!”
I didn’t take a lot of time to sketch on A4 recycled paper. At first, I planned to colour it but cancelled it few minutes later. I thought that it’s just a simple illustration and wouldn’t capture other’s attention at all. My husband took a look and told me that it was good. I smiled… I knew he, as a supportive husband, would always say like that. But then, there’s a request from Peseni blog administrator, asking permission from me to upload the illustration in Peseni’s official blog. Wow…that’s awesome! Without wasting time, I coloured the illustration and emailed back to them. Feel free to visit the blog at http://peseni.blogspot.com/
These two things bring a special meaning to me. It is an indicator… it is a sign… It means that my drawing skill is improving! Isn’t it great???