From home bakers and photography buffs to scrapbook enthusiasts, we’re never in short supply of creative individuals, some whose artistic talents have resurfaced while in quarantine and others who have cultivated their creative instincts from a hobby to full-fledged art projects.
Whether you've spotted their creations on Instagram or witnessed their artistic processes first-hand, these artsy souls will fuel your need for a Picasso moment.
You’ve seen him in Daulat and Jibril, but what’s lesser known about Sarawakian actor Tony Eusoff is his fondness for sketching – a skill he picked up before he could even speak.
“In primary school, I would impress classmates and teachers alike with my drawings. In high school, I drew Fido-Dido and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for my classmates – 50 sen per black-and-white drawing and RM1 for colour – it generated some much-needed pocket money!” shares Eusoff, who studied architecture in university.