My redesign of Sailor Neptune, I wanted to have sea Goddess like qualities, so there are a lot of tear drop shaped items, and dangling/draping pieces that she wears. Her ribbons fan out to create a fin like texture.
My redesign of Sailor Chibiusa, I wanted her to have similar themes to Sailor Moons appearance, but a lot more cuter! I feel like I made her face a little mature but because I wanted to have a more young teenage Chibiusa!
My comic book GLORY OF DESSA : Book one is now available to read for free at WWW.GLORYOFDESSA.COM ! Check it out!!
Earlier this year, I collaborated with Mel Grecia Quimpo; a fashion designer from Aklan, Philippines.The theme was East asian beauty. What I loved about the catwalk is that there were a range of skin tones. I wanted to keep the designs simple and symbolic so I added flowers and animals.Here are images of the models wearing the dresses designed by Mel Grecia Quimpo and designs painted on by myself!This bomber jacket was worn by a male model.
I knew two people who were in love and who were separated by the sea, so they wanted to remember that feeling. As a gift I recreated the image I saw when I was with them on their last evening together. They watched over the sea on the Tangalan beach, Panay Island in the Philippines.I wanted to create a very romantic sky so I gave it a peach hue as if it was sunrise or sunset, showing that although this romance is a new beginning, it will soon end because they will soon have to part ways.
Its been 10 years since the release of Final fantasy 7 so I wanted to interpret the two beauties of Final Fantasy, Aerith and Tifa
Last year, I had gone to see Les Miserables in the theatre in Londons West End. Rachelle Ann Go had just finished her role as Gigi in Miss Saigon and with such a powerful and emotional voice I wanted to hear her sing “I dreamed a dream.” As usual, I was blown away and I just had to draw her as Fantine.
I wanted to show the two sides of Fantine, before and after she was struck by hard times and her sacrifice. I did this by ripping pieces of paper and sticking it onto the base of her drawing to show how she became a victim of exploitation. She did an amazing job as Gigi and Fantine and I’m happy to hear that she is coming back to London to be in Hamilton!
I worked on this painting for a lady who once worked in Washington as a nurse and was taken back by the cherry blossoms that were there. For once she took the time to stand back and pause to appreciate something and she wanted that to be recreated in a painting.
I imagined her looking up and noticing the blue skies and how it compliments the cherry blossoms to create light hues reaching towards the sky. I wanted to create awe and grandeur to the viewer as the branches spread across the sky.
During my stay in the Philippines, I was asked to do paintings for a restaurant that serves an array of foods; known for their smoothies, pizzas, enchiladas and pastas. I decided to paint four women eating their best selling foods. Their restaurant is situated in Kalibo and is known as Dorings! But here are the paintings I did!