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On Saturday, I attended a talk by Josef Lee 李文良, a Singapore author and illustrator who has recently published a few well-received picture books. In this talk, he shared about his interesting journey that led to him publishing his book … Continue reading
It was fun putting together a simple launch for the new ebook Learn by Creating with TinyTap, and also the new website Pauseability Press. I tried out a short FB Live for the first time. This is an edited version … Continue reading
It finally happened – a series of workshops based on Creative Cool Cat – TIM-BUG-Tool. It was a four one-and-a-half-hour sessions with the staff of Yishun Student Care. They were such a delightful group to walk through the three TIM-BUG-Tool stages … Continue reading
I took part in Inktober for the third time this year. Inktober is a month-long challenge in October every year to create an ink drawing every day. For the first time, I used the official prompt (see it below). It … Continue reading
I hope to have at least 50 people join me in a small scale challenge. Can I count on you? This is inspired by something I use to see regularly in magazines where a squiggle is given and readers are … Continue reading
Support and safety. Against the idea of whimsical and free-spirited creativity, structure would seem to run counter to creativity. Yet, if we understand that there is certainly a definite process to creativity, then structures can be useful in supporting creativity. … Continue reading