In my third post, I said I missed Singapore. There's another thing I miss about Singapore...the time I spent in school. Two years ago, I went to a design school to pursue my love for interior design. Unfortunately, we had to move back to Manila, and I was not able to complete the two year course. Now that we're all settled, the house is finished, I'm thinking if I should finish the course here in Manila.
|My black, big and heavy schoolbag which contains all my sketch pads, rulers, pens, etc. And the small "manicurista" kit that houses my paint and brushes.|
|The first residential plan i made, the stick figure at the right was my inspiration-model. That's why the lay out of the house has very sharp, unpredictable and irregular shapes.|
|I love these water-based paint! So easy to use for amateurs like me! The drawing where the bottle sits on was my first colored 3D drawing! Now I'm not sure if I can still draw and paint like that!|
Yesterday, I was just looking at my wonderful supplies. It was nice to look back and remember all the fond memories it brings. More than the school, the paint, sketches and plans, I miss my classmates. It was such a small, dynamic and multi-cultural class. Three of the eight (including myself) didnt' get to finish for personal reasons while the five, I recently heard graduated last June! Congratulations! Hope you get to read this!
|In one of our class party..|
(L-R Brendon, our very young teacher, James, Adrianne, ME, Anne Marie, Maude, May, Ashraf and Ahmed)
|My two girlfriends, Maude and Anne Marie.|
We were fondly regarded as the "aunties" (how Singaporeans call the older ladies) of the group! Hahaha!!