Made myself a logo! I’ll be using this as watermark for my works from now on—at least until I come up with a better one.
I’ve worn this set of earrings everyday since I bought it and had my ears pierced in 2004. However a few days ago, one of it strangely got lost. I found it weird because I was sure that it was complete when I placed it beside my glasses the night before. I was apprehensive that I may not find it due to its extremely small size; and that since I’ve bought it a long time ago, I may not be able to find something that looks exactly the same. Taking the strangeness to the next level, my mother actually found it outside our house! She said she was sweeping scattered leaves just in front of our house when she noticed the tiny thing shining on the ground. She knew about my lost earring so she got really giddy upon finding it. I’m guessing that someone accidentally pushed it away then it probably got stuck on his or her shoe, then ended up outside our house. What’s surprising is that four rainy days have gone by before it was found and it still, it stayed within our area.
Oh, the powers of the universe. Haha~
My work from my first ever figure drawing session with a live model. I will never forget my nervousness before the class started. I looked at the model whose face had no trace of anxiety, comfortably sitting, still with clothes on. I then took my materials out from my bag and the next thing I see is the model starting to pose, fully nude. In my mind I was like “Wow, that was fast.” She looked very much at ease that I started to feel comfortable as well. I’ve loved figure drawing since then.
Dad saw this stray cat staring at him while he was cleaning the car.
He took it home and we named her Google.
A visit to the beach is never complete without a sunset shot.