Saturday, October 30, 2010

Unsold O.I.C Portrait Day (October) Drawings

These were done using a ballpoint pen and Copic markers. My first Copic sprint!

Edward Cullen?!?!

Monday, October 18, 2010

Manga & Anime! Japan Contest

Photo courtesy of

Vote for your favourite OIC Vs. Animax illustration on Animax Asia's website and stand a chance to win a trip to Japan! Supporting your favourite artists has never been this rewarding - so what are you waiting for? Vote now and Nihon e ikimasu!

Of course I'd say vote for me but I ain't getting those tickets so - DO THE RIGHT THING!


Wednesday, October 13, 2010


I've moved my music from Purevolume to Bandcamp. No more issues with player not loading this time, hopefully. And they support free downloads! Now I can even include lyrics for each song.

I integrated the look to match my website (linked under 'music' from the navigation bar) but you can also view it on its own too, at

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


A Journey from the History to Modern Day Inspirations

OIC has been very privileged to be given the opportunity to work with Animax, Japan Creative Centre and Fourskin.
My Bleach illustration will be exhibited together with other OIC illustrators' entries.

Full event details can be found here: Japan Creative Centre

16 Oct to 12 Nov (Closed on Mon & Sun & Deepavali on 5 Nov)

Japan Creative Centre
4 Nassim Road S(258372)

Japan Creative Centre
Kyoto International Manga Museum
Japan Foundation

Japan Airlines
Kinokuniya Bookstore of Singapore

Saturday, October 2, 2010

White Frames Exhibition at MAAD Market

Repost from

OIC is proud to unveil the artworks from all our dear friends/ supporters who have come together to celebrate OIC’s 4th anniversary with drawings and paintings.

All artworks are very compact, affordable, handdrawn, handpainted and are for sale.

Prices range from S$40 – $400, A4 size and smaller

Come and view early and reserve your favourites tomorrow from 1pm onwards! First come first serve!

White Frames is one of the many collaborations OICsingapore have initiated to celebrate its 4th year of making drawing FUN in Singapore.

Friday, October 1, 2010


A study for a piece I'm working on called Superficial. I have begun formulating this idea in my sketchbook a while back (as a sequel to Demi Kala in Digital Symbolism series) but never got around to do it. Still very vague at this stage but hopefully in the real thing the message will get across clearly.

The execution of style and composition is in reference to my two favourite masters, Gustav Klmit and Yoshitaka Amano.

Here I'll share with you the process that took place: