Andrea Cervantes is Beruna Girl, designer & illustrator from Laguna, Philippines.

I’ve been planning a project for about a year now (or maybe longer?) and I haven’t been doing anything about it until recently. I don’t know why I’ve been keen on finishing it, but it’s a good thing!


Papercut (Acid-free watercolor paper, 2013)

How could you go to space? I’ve asked myself that a hunderd of times as I leaf through my book and wrestled with the formulas. I guess I wasn’t smart enough, but the fascination remains.


Algebra 2
Papercut (Acid-free watercolor paper, 2013)

This is a redo of an early papercut I made last year. I am happier with this. Feeling the same way when I solve equations easily.


Papercut (Acid-free watercolor paper, 2012)

Everyone’s familiar with her, because she’s the first one I’ve done… and that’s fine. It’s the way I’d like it to be.

I am halfway done with this project, and these are the easier parts. And I have to rename the project because there’s a band having the same name as what I thought of.

(I can honestly say now that I don’t spend my free time watching series and looking up Richard Armitage on tumblr hahahahahaha creys.)

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