Revisiting the Classic Lines


Lines of Lila's header

It was not too long ago when I was undecided about whether to completely give up sketching altogether or bring it to life while pursuing a writing career. Indeed, the latter was one of the best decisions I've ever made. So, I put up an art portfolio to get to know the current art market, particularly line art, and probably sell some sketches and paintings on the side. 

Well, fate was probably not on my side because as it turned out, new rules on e-commerce were introduced by my host country, forcing me to give up the portfolio store because I was not eligible to operate one being an expat and stuff, as well as, due to my lack of privileges. But hey, it's really not a bad move to discontinue it. An art portfolio is enough for me so I made use of blog platforms to pursue it. 

And so, Lines of Lila happened, opening the avenue for creative opportunities with a few digital artworks to kick off the project. And here is when I walk down memory lane.

Yuli, as a Bird



 Yuli, the Girl


Lila Marquez

Lila Marquez is a Filipino writer and artist. Also known as Armineonila M., she has written for various newspapers, magazines and journals. Her articles, poems, short stories, digital paintings and comic strips have also been published in several publications in the Philippines, Kuwait and abroad. Lila's artworks and art series have been displayed in art exhibitions in the USA, the UK, China and Germany.

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