Malaysian artist creates daily doodles for children to pass time at home


'Our frontliners are fighting hard for all of us. Since I don’t have that power to be them, I thought I should do something with my skill and share it with the world, ’ says doodle artist Amir. Photos: Amir Sabri

As we move into the extended period of the movement control order (MCO) in Malaysia, many are looking for fun activities to do with children at home.

Amir Sabri, who is a self-taught artist, has come up with a daily series of doodles that you can print and go wild colouring with your creativity. He is committed to draw all the way to MCO's last day on April 14.

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