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Fuh..that was CLOSE!

Please check your old electrical appliances, folks...my mum's rice cooker, we found out (the hard way) was the cause of all the blackouts in our house lately..the moment she plug it in, boom!

No more electricity. And I was doing backups on my PC at that time..luckily, no images were lost or killed..haha

That rice cooker...poor thing...anyways, it was older than me...time for it to go...

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Ang Hor Kheng
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Malaysia
Hi,
My name is Ang Hor Kheng and I'm a hobbyist comic style illustrator based in Ipoh, Malaysia, who draws just about anything. What you'll find here is my interpretation of the world around me, both real or imagined. I always try to keep my lines simple and tight. I do hope you all can find something you like in my page, and if my art can inspire you somehow, all the better.

Just a little about me:
I've been drawing since I was 3 years old (that was as far as I can remember it) mainly doing comic stuff like X-men or Avengers...Favourite artists include Jim Lee, Jae Lee, Al Williamson and John Buscema. I haven't got the privilege to enter a formal art school (my mum wants me to s.t.u.d.y...), so I'm basically self-taught; observing carefully the beauty of our universe and drawing inspirations from it. I occasionally dabble in watercolor and digital art too, but my main passion is still good old traditional art, which I believe to be the best way to hone our skills as artists.
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014   Traditional Artist
Ah!  It did send you a request - so the submission is not on display in the group, but rather it is pending your approval.  Whew!  :faint:

 
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anghorkheng Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Done.
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014   Traditional Artist
:) :thumbsup:
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014   Traditional Artist
Oh!  Forgive me my friend!  I submitted your landscape to the group from my favs collection!  I didn't know I could do that!  I thought it would send you a request to submit, but instead it submitted it!  (And then I voted for it, so it's in!) 

You can always remove it - or have me remove it. 

(Well, now I know what happens when I click that button!  LOL.)
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anghorkheng Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Haha...no problem, my friend..
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outsidelogic Featured By Owner May 11, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice ink style! Your lines are nice and fluid; they look like brush work, but I see from your descriptions that you use technical pens.  Sometimes those lines can look a little stale, but you do a good job of giving them a lot of life.

I see you have been using Artline pens; have you tried others?  I've been using Copic Multiliners, but I really haven't tried too many other brands.
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anghorkheng Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you!

I've tried a few other drawing pens; but Pilot and Artline pens gave the best results so far. Copic Multiliners aren't available in my area though.. 

When I first tried drawing pens; the lines do look a bit stale...later, I change my strokes pattern, so that the same lines have a bit of variation in thickness....ye know? Those that u can see in some comic art and even Disney stuff...and even in some manga; over time, it evolved into the style that I have now.
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outsidelogic Featured By Owner May 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes, line thickness!  I am constantly telling other artists about that.  So many people use those metal-tipped tech pens which make it very hard to vary your lines...and it really shows in the drawings.
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anghorkheng Featured By Owner May 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh..yeah...I got a workaround for that actually: I use fast strokes using 0.8 size pens, and sometimes, even large bullet tip Sharpies...it can give the brush-like strokes and thus, varying the thickness of your lines in one stroke.

(Takes a lot of practice though). 
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner May 4, 2014   Traditional Artist
What about Wai Kit Leung?
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