If you asked me what my number one favorite movie or song was, I would have no idea, because my opinion would change based on what I’ve seen or heard recently, and how I’m feeling that day. But my consistent number one favorite Instagram artist is Yuumei – my friend Iris showed me her account … Continue reading Trying Digital Art
Disclaimer: The following is a rough draft of my first AP Literature assignment, aka the first essay of senior year. Names have been changed. It was a bright and sunny day. The birds were chirping. The flowers were blooming. But above the heads of the freshman class of 2021, a shadow loomed. It was a … Continue reading The Era of No Rank One
Let me just start by saying that this post will basically be an unedited stream of thoughts, which may or may not be the best way to approach these kind of super weird questions. In this case, it’s the idea of nature vs. nurture: are we born with it, or do we develop it over … Continue reading How do we develop personality?
I think my last high school summer was well-spent. Code an app I did this virtual summer coding camp about artificial intelligence and at the end, we were assigned into groups and had to make a “capstone project” that applied what we learned. Our group (minus one member who mysteriously ghosted us for the 3 … Continue reading Cool things I did this summer
I just started senior year and I’m still not sure I’m qualified to be giving high school advice, but here goes. I’m basically going to answer a bunch of questions, courtesy of Annie from Zoelogist, about my high school experience, what I know now, and what I wish I had known 4 years ago. Obviously, … Continue reading Advice for incoming high schoolers
I recently had a conversation with a friend that went something like this: Me: You’re leaving for college soon right? Have you started packing? Him: Nope. Me: What? You’re literally moving your whole life. You should probably start packing. Him: There’s not much to bring right? Just clothes and stuff. Me: I don’t know. What … Continue reading The stories behind random things in my room
Wow when I first started my art wall in this post, I only had a mediocre amount of faith in my ability to keep up with it. But it’s still ongoing! So here are some of the drawings I’ve added since I started. I’ve still mostly stuck with the sketchy style, especially for buildings and … Continue reading Art wall update
I used to do a lot of origami when I was little. It all started in kindergarten when the girl next to me was learning how to make a paper lily from an individual, and I thought that was so cool, so I eavesdropped and copied the entire process. Then I discovered they had origami … Continue reading Some origami flowers to brighten your day
I haven’t been drawing as much as before, but here’s some of the sketches I’ve done recently. I promised my friend I’d draw her dog about 2 months ago and I finally did it yay! This is Gracie. She is a golden retriever who likes carrying around shoes in her mouth and gets tired from … Continue reading Art dump: a cute dog and Demon Slayer
How I find new music: I hear a song I really like from the radio, or from a friend’s recommendation, or occasionally from someone’s Instagram story. It gets added to my Spotify playlist and I listen to it on repeat for the next 2 weeks. I overplay it and I start to think of the … Continue reading The songs I’ve been listening to on repeat this summer
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