September 2019 Roundup

Just realised I did not publish the September roundup.


  1. A World of Imagination by Jean-Baptiste Monge
  2. The Art of Gears 5
  3. Framed Drawing Techniques: Mastering Ballpoint Pen, Graphite Pencil, and Digital Tools for Visual Storytelling
  4. The Marvel Art of Skottie Young
  5. The Art of Battlefield V
  6. The Katurran Odyssey: An Epic Adventure of Courage, Discovery, and Hope
  7. The Art of Tekken: A Complete Visual History

Product reviews

  1. Parblo A640 graphics tablet
  2. Acrylic vs India ink
  3. Good colours from Daniel Smith series 2
  4. XP-Pen Artist 13.3 Pro Pen Display
  5. Watercolour paper can deteriorate with time
  6. Bronzite and Burnt Bronzite (Daniel Smith Watercolor)

Youtube videos

  1. Mauritius Sketchbook by Sophie Ladame and Yvan Martial
  2. Sketchwalk at MOE Heritage Centre (Sept 2019)
  3. India Ink vs Acrylic Ink
  4. Review: Parblo A640 graphic drawing tablet
  5. Bronzite and Burnt Bronzite from Daniel Smith
  6. Penang George Town Sketching Trip (with Narration)
  7. XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro and 13.3 Pro - Unboxing, Quick Drawing Test
  8. 2018 Dongho Kim's Urbansketch Collection (review)
  9. Is Hong Kong still safe to travel to? (Day 1/3)
  10. Hong Kong food trip (Day 2/3)
  11. Tai Kwun, former Central Police Station in Hong Kong (Day 3/3)
  12. Sketching Nantou, Taiwan (Day 1 of 4)
  13. Saw some sheep, sketched some landscape (Nantou sketch trip day 2/4)
  14. Temples are difficult to sketch too (Nantou sketch trip day 3/4)
  15. Sketchers show off other talents (Sketching Nantou Day 4/4)
  16. Samsung Tab S6 note taking and handwriting demo
  17. Book Review: Framed Drawing Techniques by
  18. Staining vs Non Staining Watercolour
  19. Tattoo inspired fountain pens from BENU (review)
  20. Review: XP Pen Artist 13.3 Pro (US$299 Pen Display)
  21. 2nd try at sketching Read Bridge
  22. The Singapore River bridges got printed
  23. Church of Saint Nicolas (drawing tutorial)
  24. Quin Gold, Quin Fuchsia, Cobalt Blue (limited palette)
  25. Nicolas Nemiri Book (review)

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