Salon du Manga
Every FRIDAY, from 6 PM to 8 PM (18:00-20:00).
To bring: material to draw (paper, pencils, etc.), mangas and your own drawings.
NEWS: SALON DU MANGA:
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, the manga room will be closed until further government orders. Thank you for your understanding.
27 February 2021
Médiatheque de longwy
I was hosting a manga exhibition with Mediatheque de Longwy and on the last day of the exhibition, I had a manga workshop where I told a little about manga history and how to create a manga page by giving the participants some effective exercises and tips. I later corrected some of their drawings and told them what they did well and what they need to improve.
I would like to thank the mediathèque de Longwy for their help with this great event.
CHARITY ART AUCTION FOR
I had the honor and privilege to participate in a charity art auction for Handicap International in 2020.
For this event, I drew "Origami Musume" on an 80 x 80 cm canvas with Arcrilyc that was then sold for 2000 € and then donated to Handicap International.
If you want to help the people in need with disabilities in developing countries, please check out their website and perhaps consider donating.
Christmas Stamps 2017
The theme “Winter and Christmas” is ideally suited to the light, lovingly detailed style of the Japanese illustrator Kumiyo Maurel, whose drawings transport us to another world. She is particularly fond of telling stories that she not only writes herself but also illustrates. There was a lot for her to discover while designing this year’s special edition of Christmas stamps.
This is because, for us, Christmas is traditionally a family celebration, while the Japanese observe “A Celebration of Love” with friends and colleagues, where Japanese singles hope to meet that special person with whom to spend the rest of their lives. For Kumiyo, who values the fact that every new project also provides her with new inspiration, the work on the illustrations was particularly rewarding. (POST LUXEMBOURG)
Link to RTL : https://www.rtl.lu/kultur/news/a/1109928.html