we were told to paint something stemming from the center of the paper and branch outwards, focusing on keeping 'balance'. The painting 'is not a painting, but it will become a painting'.
The teacher described how these types of paintings were at one point used to analyze a persons' mental state. Given that description, i made this:
Needless to say, i was confused as heck, but all in all, i quite liked my piece…even though i was pretttyyy sure this wasn't quite what she was hoping for. (i think she felt the same… she wasn't happy, but her words were 'i can't say i dont like it, because it's beautiful…but….try to … focus on …balance')
We were apparently trying to paint a mandala. I googled mandalas right before uploading it here… and now i'm super giggly. my piece was not a mandala. it's somewhat a piece that described my current mental state, but it's not a mandala. How interesting though~ i quite liked the approach of this exercise~
As the week finally comes to an end with the weekend almost over, i can finally take this opportunity to slack off a bit and post a doodle!
Recently, a friend asked me if i could do a quick doodle for one of their colleagues whose last day with the company was quickly approaching. As i didn't know the person in question, this was the result of my interrogating my friend:
My friend and i have come to an agreement that i'm probably the bunny eating, and watching the two crazy ones pour the beer... hehe =w=,,
Its been a pretty crazy week and i'm pretty happy it's finally over. Spring break starts Monday (welllll technically Saturday, but since i have work on Sunday, it doesn't count!) so i'm super excited to get some work done, sleep some, and do some fun stuffs! I'm hoping, i'll be diurnal again starting Monday! >8D Big goals...big goals... @u@