And here we are at the last sunday sketch of the semester 😦 For this week, I created a battery that is energized from creativity. The energy source is an accurate representation of what fueled me on each assignment I completed this semester. Now that I’m 100% charged, I can take what I have learned … Continue reading Charged UP!
Before completing the literary narrative project, I didn’t realize the importance of the writing process. Of course going through the normal procedure of a pre writing, draft and final was habitual, but I never revisited a piece to edit it after finalizing. I came to conclusion that no writing is ever final. Over the course … Continue reading Literacy Narrative Part 3: My Journey as a Reader
As I narrowed my focus on this recurring panel of money raining over a particular concept or thing, I realized that there’s a lot of money going into different places when climate change is in the equation. The abstract model that I created based on Philippe Squarzoni’s Climate Changed, led me to the conclusion that … Continue reading Raining Money
Liam Neeson’s “I will find you and I will kill you” is one of the most iconic movie scenes of our generation. The scene has produced countless memes and has served as a powerful marketing source for the Taken series. Considering that Taken is one of my favorite movies, I felt that it would be … Continue reading I Will Find You…
Through the span of this semester, my writing has shifted towards a more creative approach. Without the typical boundaries that I was previously restricted to while writing essays, I felt that it was much easier for me to just flow without hesitation. My ability to express my thoughts through not only my writing, but pictures … Continue reading Pushing Creative Boundaries
Before conducting this study, I asked myself “how can I measure my daily energy?” I went on to track my energy in five different categories: energetic, regular, chilled, tired or exhausted over a course of seven days and 16 hour time span. Tracking my energy was an eye opener experience. I felt that the human body … Continue reading Overall Energy Levels
When I first began working on my literacy narrative, I did not quite understand how I could turn it into a comic. Considering my subpar artistic skills, the image that I had in mind of the comic I would create looked like a disaster. It was not until I cooled my nerves and read over Scott … Continue reading Literacy Narrative Comic
Creating my combo photo was by far the most difficult Sunday sketch that I have encountered. After spending a few hours figuring what two photos I could put together, I spent some additional hours messing around with PicMonkey software. Once I had learned how to use the different tools in PicMonkey, I was able … Continue reading Spooktacular!!
As I worked out this past Thursday, the last thing I expected was to be able to craft a comic surrounding what I thought would be just normal day of class. Moments after a 5 pound weight came crashing into my ankle, to make light out of the excruciating situation, I thought to myself that … Continue reading A “Normal” Day in the Weight Room
Items: Casio Calculator Empty Water bottle- very very thirsty right now 😦 Jergens Ultra Healing lotion Hand sanitizer Apple Headphones Darwin’s Fossils Planner – i’m terrified to open it and see look at all of the upcoming work I have to do MacBook Sleeve – MacBook is about to die:( Biology folder Chem folder – … Continue reading Secure the Bag!