Happy Monday everyone! Today I’d like to present the diversity of North Sumatera, the fourth Indonesia’s most populous province. Here are the main ethnicities you can find there Sitting (from left to right) Pesisir Barat, Mandailing, Angkola, Toba, Malay, Karo, Nias, Pakpak and Simalungun Standing (from left to right) Javanese, Tamil Indians, Chinese Enjoy your…
These are Aceh province’s men traditional costumes I drew yesterday. They represent main ethnic groups live in the westernmost province of Indonesia. Have a nice weekend and enjoy it ! 🙂
Hello there, I am here again. This is my next work, Central Sulawesi attires from various ethnic groups there From left to right To Toli (Toli-Toli), Buol, Kaili, Pamona, Mori, Balantak, Banggai Islanders and Bungku ethnic group. Have a nice weekend! 🙂
Tari Merak or Peacok Dance is relatively new created dance. Its heyday was in 1950s created by a Sundanese coreographer, Raden Tjetje Somantri. There are three or more dancers which depict peacock’s live (including mating season) This dance becomes West Java’s and also Indonesia’s pride as its elegance.
From Left to right : Rampi ethnic group (North Luwu)Rongkong ethnic group (North Luwu)Konjo Amatoa Buginese (Makassarese also wear this attire, called Baju Bodo)Toraja ethnic groupLeko ethnic group (North Luwu) Enjoy the picture then 🙂
In Pandemic situation, we should be more tough and creative. I am doing what I love so much, drawing and I change my drawing apps into MS Paint. In this post, I share about various traditional costumes in West Sumatera, Indonesia. Every Nagari (villages) has its own uniqueness and diverse in ocassions. Enjoy!
Kudus is a regency in Central Java and the smallest one in total area. It’s famous of its cigarettes, jenang as well as water buffalo soup. Kudus has been known as part of Walisongo pilgrimage, as it’s one of Islamic centers in Java and Sunan Kudus and Muria are located there. Traditional attire of Kudus…
Happy New Year 2021 May we can pass through the hard condition recently and may the pandemic will go over. Since months ago I started my drawing project. It related to my passion, drawing and I used Tuxpaint for the easiest things. Everything starts from zero, and I hope it will develop into 3D. Amen….
Hello, For a while I haven’t updated my lovely blog. It’s been 8 years I am here and yeach, that’s it. These are my Indonesia Project. Inspired by Hello Kitty character but I dress it up in various Indonesians traditional attires. I used Tuxpaint drawing apps for doing it so. For the first, I share…
Inspired by 19th century Indonesian working class man’s daily attire. Not 100% accurate, but at least I know how to mimic it.
Indonesia never imposes total lockdown like others, but social movement limitation is preferred instead. These are my other drawings. Actually for my class, but as my class has been over so I move them here. Enjoy :)!
Hi everyone, I am back. It’s been a long time I’ven’t been writing anything in my lovely blog. Well for today I’d just wanna share my drawing during pandemic moment. Some I used as my teaching materials, some others for fun only. I used Paint tools in my computer for doing it. Enjoy