Friday, January 01, 2021

Santa Mouse and Mice Family on Christmas 2020

For Christmas 2020 I made several 

Why mice? Because there cute and nice.

Reindeer is too big for tiny Santa Mouse. So he chooses a pigeon to ride instead. It’s a win win solution as pigeons are out of jobs due to email. 
Not bad for an ex pigeon post :D

Stay safe and healthy!

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Little Witch: "The Broken Broomstick" (Sapu Penyihir Cilik)


Yaaay!! I'm so happy to finally see the second book of the Little Witch series published by Clavis Publishing Belgium :))

The Dutch version is published on October 2020 and the Indonesian version came two months later.

Monday, December 21, 2020

Stay at Home Videos

I want to share my videos here, but their sizes are to big.

However, you still can watch them in my Instagram. This link for the first video and this one for the second one.

Friday, December 18, 2020

Desk Calendar 2021 for a Dental Clinic

Every year I illustrate for a dental clinic desk calendar. Usually the pictures are about healthy life style for healthy teeth. For 2021 we change the theme to 'New Normal' life style during the Covid19 pandemic. And this time I also change the illustration style, from watercolour painting to paper cut dioramas. It took more time and effort to make the dioramas compared to (only) watercolour. But I feel satisfied with the result. I even used one of the dioramas for a short video to campaign 'Stay at Home'. I will share the video in the next post.


Thursday, December 17, 2020

Do You Know Purun?

Purun is a native plant to peatlands that support the peatland ecosystem. Last November I illustrated an ebook written by my friend Shoba C. Dewey which is published by Duanyam. Duanyam is a social enterprise that produces and distributes authentic weaving products (included Purun) made by women artisans in rural Indonesia.

You can read it for free here.

Tuesday, December 15, 2020


Continuing my last post about an ebook that I illustrated, here I share the sketch of the main character, Mehung (top) and the final cover (down).
You can read the story for free here.