KIM POSSIBLE storyboards i did when i was freelancing for the House of Mouse. Before my pilgrimage from NYC to California, circa 2003. Directed by Steve Loter. I miss this show. :( It was fun to extend my drawing style range, too. :-)More girl lead action shows, por favor.
3 years ago, during my time living in South Korea, I began to produce/film/ bits of my experience of working in TV Animation, OEM studio productions. More specifically, developing my own projects. A few months later, Music, Arts & Culture website, Creative Control TV teamed up with me to help share it with the small online circle.These video diaries were labelled Seoul Sessions. Here’s part 4: Coloring A Story. Big shout out to brothersCarlyle, Coodie & Chike for the support.
Drawing for Happiness with @jiranarong
For more photos and videos of Jiranarong’s illustrations, follow @jiranarong on Instagram.
“I use a lot of drawing techniques, but right now I especially love watercolor and ink,” says Bangkok art director and illustrator Jiranarong Wongsoontorn (@jiranarong). While Jiranarong uses various online channels to share his daily snaps, Instagram has become a place for him to showcase photos and “making-of” videos of his artwork.
Jiranarong’s favorite themes to draw are things that make him feel joyous and peaceful, such as children, flowers and cats. “The main concept of my work is happiness, which means that the photos and videos I share are also made from my happiness,” he explains. When capturing his artistic expressions, he also uses natural light to show the texture of his paper and bring out extra liveliness in his illustrations.
Through Instagram, Jiranarong feels that he is sharing more than just images of his drawings: “I’m very glad to know that many of my followers can feel the same happiness through my work—I am often inspired and learning new things from the people I’m following as well.”