Category Archives: sketching

Raohe Night Market 饒河街觀光夜市

It’s no secret that I miss night markets. Advertisements

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Landscape Drawing

I haven’t done landscape drawings for a particularly long time, so I’ve always been daunted by them.  Mainly because I’m really bad at drawing trees, leaves, and textures of landscapes, moreso because I lack experience in doing so. However, I … Continue reading

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Beijing in 3D, and Updates on Life

While planning for Mapping Morsels in Oakland Chinatown, I got distracted talking about this map of the different type of restaurants that were in this 3D visualization of a Beijing hutong designed by Lihan-BJ, in terms of idealizing a visually … Continue reading

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Market Street and Embarcredero, San Francisco

As part of the Worldwide Urban Sketchers 36th Sketchcrawl, I was walking to find lunch when I noticed a big burst of people coming toward the Ferry Building as they walk toward the Bay (see map). The pedestrians have just … Continue reading

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Kim Jung Un

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Graduate Theological Union Sketch

Because school is over, I now have more time to sketch. I look forward to doing at least a sketch a day, practicing a lot of artistic fundamentals. This also means that I will be depending less on Adobe software … Continue reading

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On inspirational illustration work

I should be heading to bed right now, but I am looking at lots of artistic stuff at the moment, that’s keeping me pretty inspired. Here are a bunch of links I want to save (and will read more in … Continue reading

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