The basic purpose of this blog is to share my love of kdramas through drawing and discussion. To keep myself honest I will be posting absolutely everything I draw, so unfortunately you should expect the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Sketching scenes from dramas has definitely made me view them differently, and I would be thrilled if I could spread even just a little of my appreciation for their beautiful imagery.
The picture above is everything I use for all of the drawings on this blog. It consists of a Moleskin watercolor sketchbook, Winsor & Newton travel set, waterbrush, mechanical pencil, paper towel, and Micron pen. This is not a good setup for creating works of art, but it IS the perfect kit to throw in your purse (or murse!) and makes things quick and easy. There is no pencil sharpening, no jar of water, and all the color mixing is done right on the page.
I don’t really consider anything I do here to be “art”. This is just a hobby I picked up to improve my hand/eye coordination after years of not drawing (with the added benefit of allowing me to obsess over kdramas more). I feel like all of the hard work (and all of the “art”) is done by the great directors and production teams that create such wonderful scenes for me to draw.
If you’d like any of of my images for personal use, please help yourself, though I do ask that you credit me and link this blog if you use any of the pictures in a public space (like a website). Please leave comments for me too, since you’re likely to make my day!
I also have to thank Softy at Rebel Souls, who not only encouraged me to share my images in the first place, but also suggested starting this blog. She even suggested the “K” in Kolor!