1: You are what you eat. | This was fun to make. I used cooked noodles, raw noodles, half cooked noodles... and scraps of everything from magazines and things that don't belong on a face. ^_^ | I didn't use anything but my hands to construct this(except for glue).
2: I'm glad I didn't pain a traditional banana. I'm also glad that this is my hand and my banana that I found beauty in when I peeled it. I enjoy making pieces based off of my own objects or pictures. I think this is the first time I really experienced how much patience it takes to paint. I lost some patience towards the end, but at least I had fun.
3: it's a baNANA
5: One day, I had surgery, so my good buddy Sam brought me Silly Scented Crayons. And what else to do with scented crayons than sniff 'em, right? So we helped each other out.
7: I was forced by my loving teacher to reproduce the lady with the hand in front of her face for a challenge, and I think I pulled it off well. I named it Squirrel because it's just a cooler word for "hide". I slaved over the piece for many moons, ending up with a tiny pencil and shavings everywhere. I was filled with adrenaline when I finally finished Squirrel, and it felt surreal to be holding the piece of machinery that created it.... so by nature I took a picture. I turned it into a pointillism piece and named it Squirrel's Offspring. And boy, was it fun to make. Sometimes, to help me concentrate, I dotted to the beat of whatever song was playing. | Squirrel's Offspring
8: I'm happy with how interactive and alive it seems. It's interesting how the hand is merely a sketch because the yogurt lever seems possible to operate through the magazine with that hand. This in turn makes the girl interesting, because a girl diving into a cup of yogurt isn't exactly realistic, and yet she looks more lifelike than the hand.
9: scratch-n-sniff | -->
11: they're everywhere. | Seahorses... They're not just in the sea...
18: The light bulb melted them!!