“ROAMoChan” is what I call my travel adventure series of writings and illustrations. Although you could argue that most of the adventure is really happening inside after reading any of my ROAMoChan blog posts. Just go to my blog page and type ROAMoChan into the search bar. Below is a video from the watercolor sketchbook I take on all my trips.
March 8, 2020
Happy International Women’s Day! Check out “Rise,” a 10 frame story empathizing with the struggle many women share to empower themselves.
May 22, 2019
Who is breathwork for? Like cars, handbags, dancing, and karaoke, breathwork is simply a tool that can help influence your mental, emotional, and physical state. After reading about the effects that yawning has on our bodily systems, I became more interested in the idea of conscious breathwork. That’s when I stumbled upon the 4,7,8 technique and then felt inspired to illustrate it.
May 1, 2019
Mo-Chan’s art is on a few fun things~
Mo-Chan’s art is now available on a few fun items. Click the following link to check them out! Mo-Chan’s Shop
December 27, 2018
“Boris the Boar at New Years” is a set of 16 New Years-themed stickers for the LINE app available to LINE users in Japan only starting from December 27th as part of a year end promotion.
December 21, 2018
If souls could talk, what would they say? The Gift Exchange is the first book of this visual narrative series now available on Amazon Kindle. It follows the experience of Suki, a girl whose inner gift has matured. But what a bizarre gift it is! How can she make any sense of it? Maybe some people’s gifts just aren’t very useful after all.
Initially written to inspire Mo-Chan’s younger sister, this highly meaningful story carries a very clear message for all wandering souls still in possession of unrealized gifts.
November 15, 2018
Whether we acknowledge the philosopher in us or not, we all have beliefs and philosophies that guide us in life. When we set out to do anything, there are unspoken messages that ooze out from our actions and interactions with others. These are some of Mo-Chan’s (working) philosophies illustrated!