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Title : Affinity: Our Song
Genre : CG Animated Music Video
Description : The original song “Affinity” speaks from the heart of a young man, Kai, who recalls beautiful memories with his childhood friend, Fia, who unfortunately has to leave for good. Kai believes in their affinity and that they will meet once again someday, somewhere. The music video attempts to connect with audiences who also believe in the notion of affinity.
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Affinity: Our Song

Affinity: Our Song – Train Arrival

Affinity: Our Song – Train

Affinity: Our Song – Train Station

Affinity: Our Song – Dandelion Clock


Title : Affinity: A Prelude (有緣必達)
Genre : Mixed Media Abstract Animation
Description : Life is full of transformations. Since birth, man undergo changes, replicate, assume different persona and pursue love. But obstacles are omnipresent.
Ultimately, one needs to believe in affinity and overcome these obstacles. The piece presents an open ending that the viewer needs to fill in with his or her life experience.
Screened at PRIMANIMA World Festival of First Films Panorama Programme, Budapest, Hungary.


Title : Rebirth
Genre : Backlit Clay Stop Motion
Description : A group stop motion project done with Yeong Chian and Yin Fong. The frames were sculpted using clay while being lighted from the back through glass.


Natural History Museum, Twilight
3drender.com Lighting Challenge #17
Modeled by Alvaro Luna Bautista and Joel Andersdon


Kashima Valley
30″ x 15″ Acrylic on Watercolor Paper


Festiva, View from Stage


婆婆
17.5″ x 23″ Acrylic on brown paper



Hall 2 Area
30″ x 22″ Acrylic on Watercolor Paper


Acrylic Sketch

Acrylic Sketch

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