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04/22/2017
The Season Series #2
Title : Take Over Done with watercolor (Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolor Paints). Related PostsTranquility 2

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04/08/2017
The Season Series #1
Title : Hibernation Done with watercolor (Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolor Paints).

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04/01/2017
Watercolor Painting – Perspective
Firstly, I would like to thanks to the School of Mechatronic Engineering, UniMAP for this commission, they request to do their building in watercolor, this is the time for me to study the perspective elements. I start with the basic sketch, build the building perspective line, this is the most important thing, some people do underestimate […]

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03/30/2017
Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolor Paints
Somehow, I buy this beautiful set of watercolor from my friend that buy directly from Japan. Gansai is Japanese for paint (s) or color pigment and Tambi means aesthetic. Maybe this is the Kuretake trademark. Just understand the words ‘Made in Japan’ When I open the cover, suddenly, all this 36 colors haunted me… Result; Title : The Foggy […]

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09/29/2016
SuperPro Lower Arm Bushing
This is the result for my front lower arm bush after 31 078km at the Malaysia road + Tien HA. The worst! Did someone put the TNT bomb at my bush? If your steering doesn’t follow your order, or even small road bump will make your steering lose control, this is may some of the cause, I […]

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09/08/2016
DIY : Honda Civic 1992-1995 Ball Joint Replacement
I think this procedure is similar for Honda Integra DC2, Civic 4th and 6th generation. I divide this post onto 3 parts, by removal sequence. Part 1 : Lower Arm Ball Joint Remove the spindle nut – Previous post Separate the tie-rod end from the knuckle – Previous post Separate the ball joint from the lower arm – Previous […]

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04/29/2016
5. Build Own House – Roof/Upper Beam
So, my project almost reach the upper level, the roof/upper beam. Preparing the rebar cages, same procedure like ground beam, just reduce the size to 1 feet only. Bringing up! Using back 1.5 feet ground beam plywood formwork, some, I build the new one, this time I used the ‘bolt on’ technique. We’re just need 1 […]

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01/29/2016
4. Build Own House – Brick Laying & Floor Concrete
This is the exciting part, brick laying, like you play with the LEGO®, brick by brick. First, preparing the mortar, the ratio for mortar that I used  is, 1 part of the cement with 4 parts of the sand (1 : 4 ). Sometime, because of the poor sand quality, I need to mix the sand with the wall […]

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11/25/2015
3. Build Own House – Foundation
This is the most important part (at least for me). The foundation. “A foundation (or, more commonly, foundations) is the element of an architectural structure which connects it to the ground, and transfers loads from the structure to the ground. Foundations are generally considered either shallow or deep.[1] Foundation engineering is the application of soil […]

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10/25/2015
2. Build Own House – Setting Out
To make it simple, setting out is to transferred the actual scale (100%) of floor plan to the site using string lines and wooden stakes. The purpose is to know the boundaries and to know where is the location of pad footing and this gives us the location of the house for inspection by local authority building […]

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