But life must go on, so for the time being, I am taking pictures on my cellphone. The will be small, but will have to do!
Yesterday I went to school to do some of my pattern homework.
The day before, I bought an Odwalla Bar at Whole Foods because it was on sale. I ate it on the way, and I have to say, it may be just this bar but it wasn't the most pleasant of bars. It actually tasted like it was a health bar, and I didn't like the after taste.
However, after getting into school, I did notice I actually had energy to do things, so maybe this bar helped?
My outfit for yesterday:
Flippers, it's getting cold again! I should've worn something other than grey (thanks to Jennie, I learned gray is the American spelling, however, I will use the English spelling of it instead!) sweat shorts.
-Jacket borrowed from mom
-Pony necklace embroidered shirt from a store in Chinatown
-Grey Sweat shorts from ???
-Geoffrey Beene scarf
Oh, in case you're wondering, I took this picture in a dressing room. I visited H&M before school. [sweat]
I also managed to find a cute polka-dot shirt dress.
Why yes, I did purposefully make this upside down.
And I don't know about you, but I noticed H&M now has a whole bath pampering line going on. And some make-up as well. Actually, funny, because H&M does have a make-up line, but it's only sold in Europe (as stated in some of their free magazines). So maybe they brought it over here? Or this may be a U.S. exclusive.
Never the less, I bought myself a bottle of nail polish.
Webcam saves the day! The color is called "Preppy Pink" and it's actually the kind of pink I've been wanting for a while. It's pale pink mixed with some white. I like it.
Also, this is from a while back, but I was so fried from school work, I took a two minute break to draw my hand.
I have double jointed fingers hence the crooked-ness being correct. But it's too flat. And the palm part is just too . . . stiff. I know it's like a two minute sketch, but this is just proof my art major skills have been depleting.
And speaking of art skills depleting, I love drawing faces. I actually decided to go to my art high school partially because I loved portraits, and most of my portfolio was just that. And so I just have this problem where if I see a face I love, I GO CRAZY. Sometimes I'm in a crowded subway so at that point, it can't be helped, but I end up just glancing at that person's face a couple of times throughout the whole train ride.
[insert creeper jokes]
But the point is, I haven't drawn faces in a while, and I'm worried I'm a bit rusty.
HOWEVER, HERE'S THE THING.
There's this kid in my gym class and I LOVE HIS FACE. I want it in my collection (okay, this conversation keeps getting creepier). I can't say I have a specific trend in faces I enjoy drawing (I really like quirky odd faces, but then again, it just has to be the initial impact that becomes the deciding factor), but all I know is that I've been wanting to draw his for a while.
So I need advice from everyone.
How should I go about asking this person if I can draw them?
The worst thing they could say is no. But actually, I think the worst thing they could do is say no and then think I'm this freaky weirdo that stares at people and thinks about how cool it would be to draw them and contemplate about whether I would do it in charcoal or pencil. Which I am.
So, advice from all parts of the world wide web would be appreciated. Thanks to you all!
And now off to school again! Hazzzaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa :)