cream scorn/ muffin

 

 I was really HUNGRY yesterday..again..(I always feel hungry after school)

SO I decided to make a muffin

But….I found out that there was only 2/3 cup of flour was left

The original recipi required 2 cups of flour

So I was required to use my slow brain to devide everything …by ….I couldn’t figure it out fast enough

So I looked at the scorn recipi …it looked easier and required less flour

Oh..and I realised I didn’t have any eggs…

 

Screw recipi,=_=     I’m going to go with my gut feeling!! I was so scared and nervous because I failed 70% of the time

I added some hot chocolate powder(had no cocoa powder), and cream

I even considered putting onions and cheese….and …chocolate yogurt? . Hoever I resisted this crazy urge because I didn’t trust myself fully.

When I mixed everything it was kind of creamy….. so screw scorn! I decided to call it creamy moist scorn muffin

I remembered the time my art teacher gave me a muffin with cream cheese in it 🙂

So I ended up putting cream chese in the centre to make the scorn more interesting

 

I couldn’t wait until it was finished..I lingered around the oven

It always seems that baking required more or less time in comparison to the recipies

I nearly burnt it AGAIN but this time it was surprisingly good

soft and creamy but I added even more cream on top

GOD it was good

So what I’m trying to say is…. do whatever you want with cooking if you are prepared to risk  disaster

BUT you can also enjoy unexpected surprises, which would make you feel better 🙂

dinner sketch

 

I had a hamberger
boiled tomatoes and rice with bacon for dinner

The hamberger was burnt but it was rich and delicious. The tomato tasted soggy and sour…but it was warm

After eating too much ‘sour cream and chives’ chips before dinner, I couldn’t finish the rice
so I had it for lunch the next day

I wanted to draw this suddenly
I used my left hand
Then coloured it in with my right hand

 

A holy man on Holi drawing

 

From holi festival

“It unites India in a blaze of glorious celebration,

crossing regional borders and religious boundaries

with its multicoloured exuberance.” 

by Arkadiusz Piatek

 

Holi is a Hindu festival marking the end of winter and coming of spring.

It is a celebration of the god Krishana, in which crowds throw coloured powder and coloured water,

representing a moment in Krishana’s life

when he complained about the contrast between the colour of his skin and that of his lover, Radha.

His mother applied colour to Radha’s face; today’s holi is about getting colour everywhere  

I saw amazing, energetic photos about holi from a magazine
and I liked the photo of man(who look like santa clause) enjoying the moment

First I sketched him
outlined him with a back pen
coloured him in loosly
leaving white space

Then splattered it with wet brush deeped in watercolour paint

I also used my toothbrush< so I had to use a new one

some splatters fromed droplets
so I shaked it up and down, trying to make it fall down then done the same of another colour

By the way he’s not giving you the fingers
it was an accident 

materials
pencil, paper, black pen, brush, tooth brush, coloured pencils, water colour paint

 

 

 

original photo

character drawings

 

These were done last year 

 

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Fruit sketch, painting

 

fruits

The first one was from a koreanbook called

“how to use watercolour paint”

I failed like 6 times to get this right, my final one was still not as good as the one in the book

 

 

This one uses two media, one watercolour paint and another colouring pencils

colouring pencils Great for people who is not good with paint, and for background great for filling it up with brush