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The Force is Strong with You! An Interview with JB Casacop, Premier SEAsian Artist

The Force is Strong with You! An Interview with JB Casacop, Premier SEAsian Artist

About me I’m a professional freelance fantasy and sci-fi artist who’s been working in the games industry for more than a decade. I started out as concept artist for video games before becoming a full-time illustrator. Having collaborated with Fantasy Flight Games since 2012, I’ve produced hundreds of artworks for hobby games including Warhammer, Arkham…

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Making Things Come Alive at the Asian Festival of Children’s Content!

Making Things Come Alive at the Asian Festival of Children’s Content!

    The Asian Festival of Children’s Content, or the AFCC, is an annual event held by the Singapore Book Council at the National Library of Singapore. Comprising professional conferences, workshops, talks, and a book fair, the AFCC aims to celebrate and promote the creation of children’s content, with a focus on Asian themes. Parents…

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Special Guest: Victoria Woon

Some months back, we got to know another very cool Singaporean artist who came back from Parsons and we are honoured to feature her as our special guest this month! Introducing Victoria Woon. hidradenitis suppurativa cure Tusitala: Please tell us more about yourself, and how old are you? Victoria: I'm 24 years old. I left…

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Persist

I am a huge fan of Pixar. I watched every single animated creation by this amazing company. Please don’t ask me which one is my favourite short or feature film because, as much as it sounds like I am exaggerating, I am not—I love them all. And since I don’t want to come across as…

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Pencil Shavings as Fine Art

UK artist and designer Kyle Bean created these impressive portraits from pencil shavings for Wallpaper Handmade magazine.     Bean keeps it short and sweet on his About Me page: I am a Brighton based designer specialising in hand crafted models, set design and art direction. Since graduating in 2009, I have worked across a…

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Friday, the Weekend and Dali

Aaah. The weekend is upon us. There is just something about Fridays that makes us all: – take longer lunches – pause at the water cooler – walk slower – plan a full and significant weekend – and dance a  jig when the clock reads 5:30. 🙂   To have a weekend for me is…

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Penguin Mayhem!

Some of you, readers, may remember a post last month on How to Draw a Penguin, with instructions detailed enough for even the most clueless among us to navigate a drawing (or painting) with some grace. I thought I had drawn a pretty decent penguin (pencil on white paper, very minimalist!) but today the Guardian…

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