I’m a visual development artist and illustrator for animated films. I love the colour pink but ironically I don’t wear it on me. I love to watch western animated films which translates that my drawings are heavily influenced by it.
I used to live in a small town in Malaysia called Sabah, the people there are very chill and relaxed, it is also known as the city of seafood and nature!
I personally feel the city I’m living in is very contrast with my hometown. Everything is quite fast-paced. The people I know do at least 2 jobs for a living, both good and bad.
I personally feel the city I’m living in is very contrast with my hometown.
unique, multitask, humble
I started working for my lecturer who taught me illustration when I was studying. He owns a company outside of college and that’s how I started my first art-related job.
At first not, but now they support me unconditionally after seeing some achievements!
Hoping that I can draw more and make my own art book for now!
Hardest question ever! There’re so many artists I adore and want to collaborate out there, it’d be a dream if I could collab with Eastwood Wong and Heikala.
Charismatic, workaholic, optimistic.
The first local female artist I looked up to was KidChan.
I do have friends sharing their experience that male employees sometimes have a more harsh critique on work compared to female employees, they might have to work a little extra hard just to impress the director/employer.
From my side everything seems to be pretty fair at the places I work, however, I do have friends sharing their experience that male employees sometimes have a more harsh critique on work compared to female employees, they might have to work a little extra hard just to impress the director/employer.
Be daring, don’t be afraid to put a voice out there and work smart!
Photos courtesy of Rachel Ho.
March 20, 2019