One picture worth a thousand words. This is a very interesting thing I have discovered. I made up these stories myself. I am sorry if there is any misunderstanding. I did it for the purpose of creativity. Enjoy the comic!
Sometimes, we do not realize that they are amongst us. But, hey, it is not possible that some of your friends imitate their favorite cartoons. Exceptions for those who were wearing “SPIDERMAN”, “BATMAN”, and other MAN-s. Just look at these pictures and laugh. 🙂
You would not believe that she can draw posters as below. She is just 18 years old but still can draw like an experienced artist. The drawings are so realistic. She is just using a pencil! OMG! Let us see her details and her drawings.
Date of Birth: 24th January 1993
Career: At 4 years old she started modelling for various wellknown Dutch companies. Her first time on TV was when she was 5 years old in a Dutch TV-show. After that she had some roles in Dutch soaps, films and tv-series. When she was 12 years she began as a presenter at Kinderjournaal the first Dutch WebTV for children. She also broadcasted Kinderjournaal on the local television. She interviewed many famous Dutch people but also worldfamous people like Phil Collins, David Faustino, Ken Kercheval and Lorenzo. In the summer of 2009 she started with pencil portrait drawing. She instantly was discovered and approached by an American publisher with a request to publish her work in ‘Amazing pencil portraits 2’. This book contains realistic pencil portrait drawings created by some of the most gifted artists in the world. Rajacenna never took any drawing lessons and is a natural drawing artist; she quited school at the age of 14 and became a professional artist at 17. According to experts, there is nobody at such a young age with such a talent for drawing realistic portraits like she does.
Iban is one of many ethnics in Sarawak, Borneo Island. There is one famous thing about Iban which is the tribal tattoo. The favourite one is the ‘BUNGAI TERUNG’ which some people translated it as ‘BORNEO ROSE’ which i cannot figure it out yet.
The meaning of ‘bungai terung’ is life cycle as the tattoo is circle in shape. Few decades ago, Iban tribes used to be headhunters and this is called ‘ngayau’. Therefore, the ‘bungai terung’ tattooed to those who will go hunting (mainly men and warriors). It is believe that the tattoo have a spirit that will guard them. Here are the few samples of the ‘bungai terung’ and other Iban tribal tattoos.
Iban population in Sarawak
The 'bungai terung'
Assorted samples of 'bungai terung'
Iban man with 'bungai terung'
Iban warrior with 'bungai terung'
So, if you are interested in Iban tattoo, do not afraid. Nowadays, there is no more beliefs about the spirit and the tattoo. More commonly, it is used as a symbol of manly and fashion. And to be more specific, Iban are no longer headhunters. They are same with other human beings.