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Bunny Kimono

‘Bunny Kimono’ was an incredibly fun, yet challenging piece to draw. I thoroughly enjoyed experimenting with the bright and vibrant colours used for the kimono, although it was a struggle to avoid muddying or...

JCU Cairns Students to take on the Navy

JCUSA Sport & Recreation are happy to announce that JCU students from the Cairns Campus will take on the Navy in a variety of sports in semester 2.  In a historic event for the Cairns...

Skylines

"Skylines" represents a small snapshot of our world adapted to suit a Cyberpunk aesthetic as a means of predicting our future architectural style. I based this particular piece on different buildings that can be...

Monotone

‘Monotone’ is a piece that I really enjoyed creating as I experimented using only a single white brush against a black background. This is a drawing of a woman holding out her hands to...

SoMAG is Developing a JCU eSports Committee

The Society of Manga, Anime and Gaming (SoMAG) is forming a James Cook University (JCU) eSports sector to support local talented students to compete nationally and globally. Aivan Bayaua, the President of SoMAG, explained that...

Morning Smiles

On a solo camping trip down Cape Hillsborough way, I am woken by the birds to a magnificent sunrise. Here, over 50 people gather to watch the spectacle, yet it seems to be mostly...

Another Festival Bites The Dust

Groovin the Moo has been canned once again due to COVID-19 causing the dismay of thousands, but Fresh Produce saves the day. The recent cancellation of Australia’s most popular festival, Groovin the Moo, has spiralled...

Bright Spots

In this Haiku series, I describe my surroundings on a short hike down Pace road in the Paluma range. Here, I compare the unconscious mind to the occupants of the forest. The plants, like...