Sketch of the day in my moleskine art journal is a watercolour of a Morning glory blue wild flower. A pretty tropical flower i found up on Penang hill. The climate there is cooler so there are different plants that grow which I dont see on the rest of the island.
11 yr old Zoe is my friend’s daughter. They live in Zurich but this is in Germany. When I watched it I was moved to tears. I am so proud for you Oto. Zoe is an amazing talent xx
Sketch of the day in my moleskine art journal is a Straits Rhododendron flower, a pretty tropical wild flower from Penang hill to kickstart the week.
I’m trying out using watercolour in my sketchbook to see if it works as well as marker pens. I’m still debating if I want to carry on using faber castell ink pens or switch to watercolour. I have already started to switch from sharpie pens to faber castell because the sharpie pens bleed through the paper but the faber castell pens do not. I learnt that better quality pens do not have alcohol content that makes the ink bleed through the paper. I guess that’s why there is a price difference. I learnt something new.
HAPPY MONDAY xx
Sketch of the day in my moleskine art journal is of the Firefly airlines seat belt which I drew on the flight. Safety first. Buckle your seat belt.
Sketch of the day in my moleskine art journal is the Firefly Airlines propeller and wing from my window seat. I sketched this on Thursday before the plane went through turbulent weather. Normally I don’t sketch in moving vehicles or planes because I get motion sickness so I really don’t know how this happened.
Let your Dreams take to the skies.
sketch of the day in my moleskine art journal is a Juvenile Barred Eagle Owl with a native american quote “Let my Dreams be bigger than my Fears, and my Actions Louder than my Words.” ~ CHI MIIGWECH
Happy weekend and dream big!
Yesterday I flew FIREFLY from Penang to Subang but the plane could not land due to bad weather. The plane circled Subang airport for 20 mins. Captain Zainal decided that we had to fly back to Penang before we ran out of fuel. We arrived back to where we started. Refueled. Tried again and finally 3 hours later, arrived at Subang, safe and sound. I am grateful. Thank you to the Firefly team
Coincidentally I took these photos of the Firefley crew before the incident. I woke up in the morning and some higher powers compelled me to do this. Now it makes sense… or does it?