The JungShan Ink part of works 2011


The Thing 1982

I watched The Thing (1982) today, love this film so much! and I used ink speed painting on paper.
I'd love to draw a series about the creatures from out of space, they're always my favorite subject. 


Star-forming disk

I am working  at ASIAA(Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy) for 2 years, I used Chinese ink created astronomy arts. 
Nature materials (water with movement ) made nature effects, that was what I thought.
Recently, A team led by Chin-Fei Lee that they discovered complex organic molecules in a cloud of gas and dust that is on its way to becoming an infant star. I tried made an illustration attached with their research.  It is public in [Nature ] magazine this month.
Do you believe this star forming disk made by Chinese ink?
Yes, it is!

Click[ Nature - article ]

The ink textures that I draw on rice paper with ink, this is Star-forming disk

gas and dust 
jet streaming

combined with these textures and draw the colors on photoshop


Night of the Budo Legends

Martial arts events -Night of the Budo Legends
key visual design.

Organizer /MA Event Team GmbH
Cooperation AD/Ojala .de
Location / Velodrom Berlin
(9 Paul-Heyse-Str. 26, 10407 Berlin, Germany)
Date: Oct.28,2017
Official website:
Ticket: [ Here ]


Dragon Girls

Collaboration with French director Yves Montmayeur, The Documentary: Dragon Girls (2016)
I made 7 actresses ink painting for each interview goes to next transition.
The crew:
Pei-Pei Cheng/ Bingbing Fan/Shu Qi/Asami Sugiura/Michelle Yeoh/Ziyi Zhang/Wei Zhao


Yves Montmayeur takes Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon as the starting point for his study of the new female warrior in Asian pop culture. From Beijing to Tokyo and Taiwan

Release Date:

7 July 2016 (France) 



cover work for CBRNeWorld

cover work for magazine UK CBRNeWorld
(chemical, biological, radiological,nuclear or explosives threat or incident.),

tool: Chinese ink + CG

background by ink + rice paper

Samurai Hostel Ikebukuro, Japan

I Recommend this Samurai Hostel Ikebukuro, Japan! because
1. Samurai 2.They used my four arts as decoration
If you're interested in samurai culture and I recommend this hostel to stay!