Friday, April 04, 2014

Friday, January 31, 2014

Monday, January 27, 2014

龍翔灣廣場-萬馬奔騰

早前為龍翔灣廣場畫的backdrop, 今天終於有時間到現場看看印出來的效果!
另外借用這張作品祝大家馬年快樂!


Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Friday, December 20, 2013

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Thursday, December 05, 2013

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Monday, November 11, 2013

Sport b MV

video

The MV is finally released! It is a cooperation between an animation company,  I drew the illustrations and characters' movements, for Sport b.

這個MV終於也面世了!
這是我和一個動畫公司合作為品牌製作的MV,我是負責繪畫插圖及動態制作。

youtube link

SPORT B. Les Dinos Debut Single - Nineteen Spirit

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

2013 新課程

一向很少在blog介紹自己的課程, 不過今年有點特別, 因為是今年是第1年教電腦插畫設計課程, 之前有些人問過, 所以特別在這裡介紹, 另外還有角色設定課程有興趣可以看看報名詳情!




還有speed Painting課程是由Andrew Lee任教 

 

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Friday, August 23, 2013

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Saturday, July 20, 2013

漫畫卷11【高手盟約】已經出版

限定本11的主題贈品是【狼派群英繪卷 2】:武當群雄塑膠海報。

Friday, July 19, 2013

The Power of the Sketch


I want to share with you an article wrote by Lisa Randall, a freelance writer, on the topic about Art Therapy, after seeing my artwork.

The Power of the Sketch
What is Art Therapy?
An extremely powerful yet underrated tool in the treatment and management of issues of all kinds, ‘Art Therapy’ is an ever-relevant part of modern psychology world-over. Referring to and encapsulating just about each and every area of the field, from oil work to inks and water colours, the primary intention of art therapy is to alleviate the constraints and negative effects imposed upon an individual by various mental health issues through the expressive medium of creating art.
Fusing together the wider human creative process with various psychotherapeutic techniques, the methods prevalent within art therapy are like any other designed to treat psychological patients, in that they seek an overall improvement in health and well-being. As an outlet for so many people all over the world, creating art is believed to be a legitimate method of both internal and external conflict resolution, widely as a result of its ability to empower an individual through self-expression. Noticeable positives of such empowerment are in turn said to include the development of interpersonal skills, stress reduction, a huge increase in overall self-esteem, better behavioural management capabilities and a greater sense of self awareness and worth.
Though art has undoubtedly been used off the books in this sense for thousands of years, its uses as an authentic form of psychological treatment within mainstream society date back only to midway through the 20th century. With the observation that many psychiatric patients would take refuge in the creative process whilst undergoing various other treatments, doctors began experimenting with art as a more direct and official method of treatment.
Its Uses
As its own bona-fide area of modern psychology, art therapy is used in the treatment of all manner of conditions, both on its own and in unification with other popular therapy techniques, some of which that also focus on the power of sketching and some of which that don’t . Currently, the most common situations in which this form of therapy may be employed include the treatment of adults under immense levels of stress, children with learning disabilities or who are suffering from social/behavioural problems, treatment of those who have witnessed a particularly traumatic event and the recovery of individuals who have suffered a brain injury. While these remain the most notable cases in which therapy of this kind is utilised, the scope and application of art therapy is broadening at all times - with breakthroughs in the theory surrounding it accompanying evidenced practical progress derived from an overall increased focus on the method.
On the surface most could draw some kind of understanding to how therapy of this kind may or may not work- and the truth is that most would be completely right. With an aptitude to benefit patients of all backgrounds, conditions and ages - artistic therapy places a large percentage of its allotted emphasis on allowing patients to express their inner feelings in a way no other medium is able to allow. Whether a patient is a victim of depression, physical or emotional trauma, the correct and healthy channelling of their issues via a gratifying and individual medium such as art can be unmatchable in its abilities to provide all-important self-sourced support.
Whilst there is far more to becoming an art therapist than a simple talent for sketching (no matter how impressive), this is a good basis for future employment in the field. With already licensed psychologists now able to apply for credentials in the field through their respective governing bodies (The British Association of Art Therapists, The Art Therapy Credentials Board (US)), the area is continuing to grow strongly - prompting the need for fresh minds and perspectives within this exciting area of modern psychology.
It’s Future
Though psychology itself could, at least comparatively speaking, be considered to be a very young professional field, art therapy is one of the youngest within psychology. Just as any professional area of theory/practical study must be granted time to grow in prominence and contribution to its wider field, therapy of this kind is no different.

Having already yielded some extremely positive results in the last few decades, the emphasis of art therapy must surely now be centred on the distinction between the various methods which are starting to reveal themselves as individually applicable and in which circumstances they may be best applied.

Written by Lisa Randall

Friday, June 07, 2013

A French electronic band of SPORT B

It is my pleasure that my illustrations have become products of sports B.