Sunday, September 11, 2016

I'm not usually good when it comes to using brushes, even with my digital artworks. So if you notice most of my digital artworks are made with pens and markers.  But nontheless, it doesn't stop me from trying.

Grass 1.3

Saturday, September 3, 2016

It has been a long time since I drew something. I get inspired by viewing beautiful scripts and artworks from artistic people I follow on instagram and facebook. I don't get to publish it in any other websites than here. It is what I tend to do when I have so much in my head. It makes me want to perfect my craft and whatever it is I'm good at.

I'm obsessed with fields of grass. I took so many macro shots of weeds, grass and flowers during our hiking trip that I haven't even posted. Thanks also to beautiful people that I get to interact everyday. Hubby, you guys are amazing.

Here I'm sharing it to you. Art to me is in the eye of the beholder. What I find beautiful might not be appealing to you but this is mine and I'm proud of it. I wish that I will never run out of artistic people to follow anywhere on social media.

Mixed Script

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Finally, I got time to do this. Trembling hands plus a flexible nib. 

Songs playing at home. 

Nib: Hunt 41
Ink: Sumi black

Watercolor Workshop

Saturday, August 6, 2016

A month ago I joined a Watercolor Workshop by April San Pedro and Jad Montenegro. I've been aching to join such a workshop that I was not late for this one. Usually I'm late on workshops by about 5 to 10 mins but with this, I was early. Hihihi

I find watercolor very difficult to color. Sure there are a lot of videos in You Tube but I still find it difficult to follow them along. Plus workshops like this don't usually happen here in Davao. 

So here are a few shots of that workshop plus my final output during that day.

This is Jad. She makes watercolor look so easy to do.

Ah, my partner in front took this photo of me, while I as well took her photo.

This was my first output.

This is my second output. 

July's Bilateral Tubal Ligation

Friday, August 5, 2016

I have been posting several times about this kind of an activity and you know what, the reactions are just getting better and better. The longer we've been doing this, everything gets smoother and smoother. Again thank you to Jerome Foundation, Jhapiego - Mindanao Health, Provincial Government of Davao Occidental and the Municipal Health Offices of Sta. Maria, Malita and Don Marcelino.

We were able to do tubal ligations to about 45 patients. In between these procedures, there were  appendectomies and a circumcision.

Dr. Glinard Quezada giving out instructions before the procedures started. Ma'am Maritess Wood of Jhapiego - Mindanao Health (in green shirt) also seen in the photo.