“Mary Uses Pastel Colors Too Much”

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!)



A Closer Look…

Designing this infographic was fairly simple, although deciding on the actual design took a substantial amount of time – it taught me that sometimes, over-complicating every detail is just not worth it. This infographic includes some new perspectives of my life you may have never thought existed; perspectives that portray who I am not just as a student, but as a person. Like the title states, try to take a closer look at the data. You may, perhaps, learn something completely new…

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