This is Jihye, one of my many co-workers. I’ve known her and worked with her since 2010. Terrific artist!
She might seem a bit shy when you first meet her. But once you get to know her, she’s as sweet and generous and loyal as they come.
And here’s Jinha, someone I only began working with last year. He’s a great guy who’s helped me out of many jams while on the job.
I drew this for him on a slow day at work. I’m pretty sure he was happy with it. I know I was pleased!
Here is the lovely Po La. Not only was I fortunate enough to befriend her, I actually got to know and spend time with almost everyone in her family!
This drawing of Po La became my competition piece during the Korean Mini Con in Seoul — June, 2013.
Last, but CERTAINLY not least, we have Yuna. She has a carefree spirit, but is also really down to earth, and just a lot of fun to be around.
Yuna enjoys scuba diving (she’s even been to the Great Barrier Reef) and hula dancing. She’s actually in love with everything about Hawaii! Yuna requested that I draw her in her hula outfit, so…..
I used one photo for her face, and a separate one for her outfit. It’s amazing how different she looks with her hair up (I’m so used to seeing it down!). But I still think this came out looking like her.