thyrahelgesen asked: I just saw your comment on tumblr from a while back. That means a lot to me thanks for appreciating my work! I use 0.3 mechanical pencil or 0.5 as well. Seoul is on my list of places to go someday; I am half South Korean. Keep on drawing! LOVE IT!
Let me know if you are ever in Seoul, would love to show you around!
the-art-of-z asked: You are doing everything right! Exquisite, unique, sensitive work you are doing. A joy to look at! Thank you very much for the kind comments about my work as well. The very best to you.
Thank you thank you thank you :D Words can’t express my gratitude for this sweet message. I think the world needs more people like you!
Opened my Seoul inspirations Instagram!
the-art-of-z asked: This tooth fairy piece is sublime! Beautiful work!
oh my goodness…again, a compliment from you makes me feels like I am doing something right! You, sir, are an amazing illustrator/artist and I am honored. Thank you.
kengunmin asked: really nice work! so jealous. illustrator myself as well, what type of rice paper do you use? I like the yellow-ish neutral color in it. Did you buy them from Seoul? thanks!
holy kitties and cotton flowers…I love your illustrations, they are just georgeous! a compliment from you feels pretty awesome. As for the rice paper, I am not sure the exact name but I think it’s just tradational korean rice paper and I purchase them from a little shop in Seoul. I can ask the owner for more detail if you want more information. Again, thank you for the compliment :)
foxstare asked: You are incredible! I'm in love with your time travel series xx
Thank you for such a delightful compliment. Your beauty and talent is very evident in your blog :) also, good luck with your study!
This was a piece I created for the local group built around the theme of the folklore- my own inspiration was based on the good old myth of the tooth fairy or more like a pica bird from where I come from. Instead of the fairy, Koreans have told their children that a loose tooth, whilst in deep slumbers, would be picked up by a pica bird.
Check out this show if you are in New York! the show will run Friday Sept. 13th until Nov. 9th at AC GALLERY, Brooklyn.