Waiting for my pizza, and that’s the actual logo on the middle of the page. It was an attempt to make it look like it was stamped or transparency-like. =)
One thing that really caught my attention is this newer commercial building I was at, have a rusty look to it… It is pretty interesting how architecture design it. It is uncommon to have actual iron beam as a pillar and rustic metal tiles just above the store’s sign.
Oh this is my first page breaking into my 2nd new Moleskine sketchbook!
I know some people on here are “bending” the rule about posting some artwork that isn’t in the moleskine… I thought I like to share this to you all, and it will (probably) my 1 time to break it and I really enjoyed doing this little project. Hopefully, this will spark some extra creativity into everyone on here. =)
Sending something extra special to my 94 years old Grandmother back in Florida, putting lots of love into this envelope! =)
I like this kind of idea doing this, showing my work on the outside to brighten the day of hardworking postal employees across the nation!
The last pages of my moleskine, I had a bunch of used stamps and I wanted to make it as a bit of a collage as a keepsake.
Better than throwing it away or store it somewhere where you will forget about it!
Did this sketch on a blank receipt paper while I was at work when it was a slow day..
Best view in large.
I know trains doesn’t sit long enough for me to sketch it quick. So, I just had to take a photo of it and sketch it out later. This was my first tube ride ever and happen to be in Vancouver. I never even been to NYC or their subways, I always wanted to… Along with Tokyo and London.
I really need to get into a habit to update my sketches in order, most of my sketches have been posted randomly.. And I forget about it until when I go back to look through my sketchbook..
There is this new restaurant just opened up about 2 month ago (sometime around June) near where I live. The name of this place makes me wonder if the burgers are really smashed up. I was close enough with my theory, the 100% juicy Angus beef patty were all smashed up while cooking on the grill to savour the flavour… This is one of the best burger I have ever tried! I order a burger called “Sin City Smashburger,” contains Egg bun, fried egg, applewood bacon, and shredded fried onion. This place really take the cake for the best local burgers in town!
A birthday gift that was cut out from Watercolour Moleskine sketchbook. This is for my good friend from Canada (giving me hospitality and showing me around on Vancouver Island and trip to the mainland city of Vancouver). This is his Pomeranian name Jazzy. He really look like a little teddy bear.