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Favian Ee's Blog (10)

Slave

I just purchased a book and somehow my heart resonates with it with unusual enthusiasm, so much so that I've been posting about it on Facebook and my blogs.

 

So why not here?

 

The book I'm talking about is Slave, by John MacArthur. Those of you who are familiar with his works know that he is an expository preacher. In his new book, MacArthur gives us a clear understanding of how first century slavery functioned, and what the apostles meant when they called…

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Added by Favian Ee on February 22, 2011 at 8:00am — 1 Comment

Please Help Me Vote for My Design on Threadless!

Hi all! I've submitted a Lord of the Rings inspired design to Threadless Tees and voting has opened. I have 7 days to get as many votes as I can before voting closes, and some $2500 in cash and prizes to win. Please help me vote for the design to be printed on their T-shirts! Thanks!

 

Link:

http://threadless.com/submission/321429/Sword_Bow_Axe

Added by Favian Ee on January 28, 2011 at 6:42pm — No Comments

2 Negatives = 1 Positive!

Well, it's been several months since I've graduated, and I'm happily working as a 2D visual effects artist at Double Negative Singapore, the Singapore branch of the biggest Visual Effects studio in Europe! I really thank God for this job. It's got a great friendly and helpful culture, good hours and 10 mins by bus from my home!



Actually I was never planning to go in to visual effects, my specialization in school being concept art. VFX was the last thing on my mind till just a few… Continue

Added by Favian Ee on December 10, 2009 at 5:59am — 1 Comment

Graduating Soon!

Well, what do you know! I'll be graduating from animation school in a month's time! And it's off to the workforce for me. Lucky for me, I don't need to fly to Hollywood to find work, cos Hollywood has come to town! The Singapore government has wooed several big name studios like Lucasfilm and Double Negative to set up offices here, and they're currently recruiting!



As with many things in my life, I find the Lord leading me down roads that I never intended to tread. But along the way… Continue

Added by Favian Ee on May 28, 2009 at 9:01am — 2 Comments

On The Job Hunt

Well, what do you know! I'm going to graduate in just over half a year! It's been a great 2 years in animation school, and I thank the Lord for the opportunity to study there. It's a long story how I came to walk this path, but I can confidently say the Lord's timing is best and He has done great things.



To cut a long story short, I graduated from university with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering in 2003. I was in the IT industry for a year or so before the Lord led me out… Continue

Added by Favian Ee on January 29, 2009 at 9:48pm — 2 Comments

Fav's Christian Gift Designs on Cafe Press

I'm trying out CafePress to put up some of my gift designs. Let me know what you think!

Shop at: http://www.cafepress.com/favsgifts

God Bless!

Added by Favian Ee on October 19, 2008 at 11:08am — No Comments

Animator - Comic Artist Combined

Someone recently remarked to me that comic book artists make the best animators. I don't believe that, because they are different (though related) disciplines with different skillsets. I'm thoroughly convinced, however, that they are complementary disciplines, and this is the reason why I chose to study animation.



While in comics we are concerned mostly with capturing the moment in still shots, in animation we need to deal with movement and timing. Adding these to comics… Continue

Added by Favian Ee on August 7, 2008 at 8:44am — No Comments

Spiritual Gifts + Talents

One of my pastors who's an evangelist sometimes preaches on spiritual gifts. He distinguishes them from talents, which both believers and unbelievers can have. Spiritual gifts are given only to born-again Christians.



At times, he further breaks individual gifts down to their ways of expression. For example, he's a preacher, so his evangelistic gift is exercised in public preaching. Others may have the gift of evangelism, but their personalities are less extroverted and they… Continue

Added by Favian Ee on February 19, 2008 at 9:37am — No Comments

Animator in the making!

A few years back the prospect of working as an animator really didn't appeal to me because of the long tedious hours. I didn't quite like the prospect of living with that kind of strain and giving up my social life, especially since I already don't get very good sleep as I have sleep apnoea. But last year the Lord led me to take up an animation course, and His timing has proven to be perfect.



I decided to take up animation partly because I thought I should get some training and expand… Continue

Added by Favian Ee on February 6, 2008 at 8:03am — No Comments

New Year, New Hopes, Old Dreams

"Dream Big" has been the theme of the still small voice since the last quarter of 2007, and since the beginning of 2008, it's been an adventure of recovering old dreams, learning to dream bigger, and working at it.



I've been drawing for ages, and I started doing cartoons when I was about 11. Along the way I got saved and the Lord gave me the desire to draw for Him to spread His Word through this media. Dreams of creating my own comic book, doing a comic Bible, and even telling the… Continue

Added by Favian Ee on January 31, 2008 at 6:57am — No Comments

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