I love creative people. So much.
PoV: You’re the only Black person in a cameras-on Zoom class discussion about racism, you can’t afford another absence, and white girl after white girl is sharing their cold ass take
I study at one of the biggest and in it’s field most renowned university in my country but we still had the following conversation in the chat of a Zoom meeting earlier today
Donald Trump: it is I
Donald Trump: vote me 2020
Joe Biden: hello
Donald Trump: sleepy joe biden
Donald Trump: :(
Pope Fracis: in the name of god, please don’t
Hugh G. Reaction: so we’re allowed to name us whatever we want ?
And all of that because the lecturer said that we were allowed to give ourself random names if it makes us more comfortable to participate if we’re anonymous 😂
He even told us all to think of some fun names to join the next lecture with
i think i’m gonna start writing again.
there’s been so much going on in my life and lately i havent even been able to get myself to do my school work. i had midterms LAST WEEK and hadn’t gone to any lectures or done any assignments two weeks prior.
i’m depressed and my only escape is imagining things, but i just need to put them on paper.
i know a lot of people struggle with school and getting themselves to do anything in accordance to it, but mental and physical health come first and i know a lot of my generation has been raised to repress and push our emotions/feelings down and just deal with them.
so, i’m saying fuck it, and doing something i know will make me feel better in the moment
- Gabriel Tessarini
Da ich aktuell keine Vorlesungen mehr habe, habe ich leider null Erfahrung wie das gerade außerhalb von Zoom-Meeting abläuft, daher gebe ich diese Frage direkt an alle weiter.
We had to chose objects with interesting shapes and draw around them. For my first shape, I chose my camera.
Image 1 - Traced around with HB pencil.
Image 2 - Had an existing background made with soft pastels and then traced around with HB pencil.
Image 3 - Had an existing background made with soft pastels and then traced around with a thin paintbrush and ink.
Image 4 - Traced around with soft pastels.
Image 5 - Reference image.