Live drawing a Sang Kancil (Mouse Deer) sculpture πŸ–ŒπŸŽ¨πŸ€—

Yeah! SiennyLovesDrawing is engaged as part of the doodle artist team for WAAT #endangeredspecies sculpture customization project organised by Creative Volts.com.my and selected conservation partners πŸ˜„

According to The Malaysian Times dated 10 Apr 2014, Sang Kancil (Mouse Deer) is one of the Top 5 endangered animals in Malaysia. It is better known as one of Malaysia’s folklores. It is a small creature of about 70 cm long, 30-35 cm tall (shoulder) & 5-8 kg in weight. This is the estimated size of the Greater Mouse Deer while the Lesser Mouse Deer species is estimated to weight around 2 kg. Mouse deers can only be found in Malaysia, Borneo and parts of Indonesia. They survive mostly on fruits and leaves. They are also believed to be nocturnal creatures. There is no estimated number of Sang Kancil left in the world, but it has been classified as endangered.

A live drawing of a Sang Kancil sculpture by SiennyLovesDrawing is in the handrawn doodling process today, 8 Apr 2016, from 10am onwards πŸ˜ƒ



Β Welcome to visit this preview at Publika Shopping Gallery (Red Zone), 8 to 10 April 2016, 10am to 10pm (free admission)

Hmm…”What do you call a deer with no eyes?”

“No idea”

It was exactly how I feel last night when I am still thinking what will be my doodle design on my choice of Sang Kancil sculpture though…Ha….Ha… πŸ˜‰

Update@1 May2016







A special thank you to Chee Hoe & Associates, the sponsor of my Sang Kancil sculpture πŸ˜ƒ


Snap shots from TV2 reporting ~ My handrawn sculpture attracted public viewing πŸ€—




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