• Arts & Crafts

    Rubber/eraser stamp carving, part 2

    I live on the Internet. Screenshot of my old online digs, courtesy of the Internet Wayback Machine. I’ve been online and making websites since 1998, in various places on the web. I am grateful to have been an impressionable teenager then, quick to embrace new technology and media at the time the Internet went mainstream. I blogged my life online, along with a regular circle of local blogger friends and we all kept updated on each others’ lives via Livejournal. Some of them I’ve known for about ten years now– some I’ve met in real life, or bumped into randomly in school/at work, and there are others I haven’t met…

  • Illustration

    Weekend projects

    No weekend plans? No problem! Plenty of ways to pass the time with weekend projects! Some sneak peeks: Saturday stay-in!   Cool cats. Planning to do tons of these for a promo piece.   Sad panda with a mustache. Um, what?   Catching up on my travel journal backlog (again… more on that in a future blog post… when I finish the journal).   Photos are from my Instagram account (@wedgienet). Hope you had a good weekend! My Facebook page, by the way, recently hit 200+ likes (thank you!). Get in on that for occasional, non-spammy, and non-annoying updates: http://facebook.com/wedgienet.net 🙂

  • Japan,  Travel

    Quirky, illustrated Japan

    One thing I’m interested in apart from illustration, design, paper crafts, cats, and Flaming Hot Cheetos (that’s my one-line bio right there) is travel. I’ve traveled for a leeetle bit when I was younger, before college and work got in the way. Now that I’m back on my own time with no desk job to tie me down, I’ve been open to indulging in wanderlust when the time and opportunity arises.   One such opportunity came up when my aunt invited me to go to Osaka, Japan with her family last month. Japan was not in my immediate/foreseeable travel plans, but they had already been to Japan numerous times and…