Some watercolor portraits I did on old sketchpad paper that my mom found when they cleaned~~
There’s one of Olga Moskvina, the other two I found in magazines.
Some of my prints from Film 110 class this sem. I took the photos using my second-hand Pentax K-1000, with Lucky ASA 100 b&w film and developed the film and prints in FI’s dark room.
Sadly these were taken by my Ipod since I don’t have a scanner…
I learned a lot from this class and I will definitely miss being in the dark room… ;m;
For ID 123 we were tasked to make interior accessories using recycled materials. I decided to use the wires and the yellow pages we have at home to make into antlers accessory where one can hang trinkets, keys, etc.
I’ll take a picture of final product when the project gets returned… and hopefully installed in our room.
DIY Hand-sewn and Recycled Pencil Holder
Materials: plastic yogurt container, fabric swatches, thread
It took me 6~ hours to finish this thing. Making the cloth base was the hardest, I really wish I had a sewing machine… Sewing the swatches look patchy indeed as I didn’t have time to fold the edges for a neater finish. This was done for DC’s booth in the design expo that will be held in the College of Architecture drafting building tomorrow and on Saturday. I hope it looks boho-ish because that was the style in mind when I did this.
Raining outside my college…
Poor little things got cut/chopped/sawed off and didn’t make it to become furniture…
My lame attempt to put my academic life woes into verse.
I feel like everything is changing and I still remain a constant.
“I’ll give you the first shot.”
This was supposed to be part of a 4-koma, but I have to practice drawing Korras more… So, crop and then we have some Thano advice…