Flipping over my old sketch books, I found some sketches of mine haven't been "digitalized" and "stored" online. Some of them done in "on location" style, the other are doodling and sketched out of photographs and magazine images. Here are the on location sketches (I'll add the description later 🙂
On my way from Makassar back to Sorowako, my new acquintance, sat right beside me in the bus, had a kidney-ache related problem. I suggested him to drop in to the nearest hospital, considered his awful condition as he vomitted several time and arched his body in pain. We dropped in Pare-pare, a town 200... Continue Reading →
Serupa kue kukis di masa kecil saya. Di Sorowako atau masyarakat Bugis umumnya, kue ini dikenal dengan nama Baroncong. Dengan paduan aromanya yang sedap dan sensasi legit ketika digigit, Broncong nikmat disantap saat menyeruput teh atau kopi di pagi hari...nyem!
Bumped with an-almost-a-hundred-year-old photo of Soroako kid during Matano Lake Festival last 6-7 June. Scanned and printed out from the original book (provided by Kathryn May Robinson) entitled "Among the Headhunters of the Central Celebes" by a Dutchman called Grubauer who visited Sorowako in 1913, the toddler photo is one of several other images of... Continue Reading →
Dengen (Dillenia serrata) adalah salah satu tanaman endemis Sorowako. Sebagian besar tumbuh di tepi Danau Matano dan diantara lebatnya hutan tropis Sulawesi bagian tengah. Dikenal juga sebagai pohon Dongi, Dengen bertajuk bulat, berdaun rimbun, dengan ketinggian pohon dewasa rata-rata mencapai 25 meter. Pohon ini berbuah sepanjang tahun dengan buah bulat berdiameter antara 4-8 cm. Berlapis... Continue Reading →
Sunday's always a "busy" day at Pantai Ide. Flock of teenager, parents with their children, mixed up with peddler at the most popular "beach" in Sorowako. Pantai Ide is on the brink of the 8th deepest-clearest-oldest-lake-in the world of Matano. Every first week of the month, an event called Sunday Market held at the beach,... Continue Reading →