As someone who doesn’t really do art, this project, at first, was an obstacle for me to overcome. Firstly, I never really liked drawing, nor did I excel in it. Second of all, I hated doing digital art, since I found it really hard to draw on paper, so what was the difference between paper and a screen? Apparently, a lot.
Oh my God, I’m finally done!
After five consecutive hours of sketching from scratch with a Stylus pen I borrowed from a friend, I’m fiNALLy DoNe! (Thanks, Zayda!)
To be completely honest, of course I procrastinated, not knowing sketching digitally would take a much longer time than pencil on paper. As you can see below, I drew an infographic about myself where my thoughts are represented by my hypothetical creations of landmarks and physical landscapes.
In simple terms, it’s a map of my brain but not the literal brain, if you know what I mean. It’s pretty self-explanatory. Anyway, I hope y’all enjoy my not-so-neat artwork completed in some intense hours of immense concentration. ｡^‿^｡
(*Psst, try guessing the names of different parts of the brain if you’re a Psych student!)
IRRAWADDY DOLPHINS ARE IN DANGER!
First of all, “Ku nyi kya bar,” means to ask for help with an exclamation mark.
Anyways, the Irrawaddy Dolphins, also known as the Mekong River dolphins, are mammals that are oceanic dolphins that have established themselves in freshwater rivers such as the Ganges, Mekong, Irrawaddy, and so on.