Creative Artist

More than a Hobby

Flashbacks to childhood provide Natasha Junmanee with fond memories of drawing in her spare time. Any empty space on schoolbooks, note pads or scrap paper became a canvas for her. At school, her classmates always asked her to draw something for them. Most of the drawings were a cartoon character that was popular at the time. Her teachers would also ask her to draw and decorate the school’s notice board and the canteen, recognition of her natural talent. At that time, she only had access to graphite and

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