May 2020 Reviews Roundup

The partial lockdown in Singapore is still ongoing and I'm still working from home.

My free time is usually spent creating art, writing reviews and making video but now with the childcare closed, I have to spend more time taking care of my 2-year-old daughter instead. I do enjoy spending the time bonding with my daughter. Having said that, I'm also trying to get back into the routine of getting artbooks and art products to review. That will take some time. There are still cases of community spread and I hope it does not get worse as Singapore is allowing more workers and students to go back to work this week.

Meanwhile I'm still relatively active on my Youtube channel so you guys can follow me there.

I hope you guys are doing well.

Stay home, stay safe everyone.


  1. La Kopi sketchbook by Alvin Mark Tan
  2. Gadgetry: Shirow Miwa Design Archives

Product reviews

  1. Quill vs Mop brushes
  2. Bosto 16HD pen display
  3. Parblo A610 graphics tablet
  4. Samsung Tab S6 Lite
  5. Koval Sketchbook Pro

Youtube videos

  1. The Biggest & Best from XP-PEN: ARTIST 24 PRO (pen display review)
  2. Value Studies: NOT painting what you see is hard
  3. Review: Bosto 16HD Pen Display
  4. For Urban Sketchers at Home: How to Sketch with Google Earth
  5. Schmincke Horadam Aquarell Watercolour Review
  6. Artist Review: Samsung Tab S6 Lite – Can you live with these compromises?
  7. The Star in the Forest by Helen Kellock (book review)
  8. Review: Koval Sketchbook with Cotton Watercolour Paper
  9. Samsung Tab S6 Lite Unboxing & First Impressions
  10. AZ Easy Ways to Fill a Sketchbook (video series)
  11. This WFH is not what I expected
  12. Review: Huion Kamvas 13 Pen Display (Just $239)

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