Saturday, 29 April 2006
I felt it was a great chance to take pictures.
Within a short scroll around toa payoh park, we found really great spots for picture taking.
We great skies, light... (taking away the low pixels from this camera) as well photograph techniques.
It was considered well done.
click on this link to go the gallery. Pin It
Friday, 28 April 2006
With my help, both my friends sinne and gershwin did a great job, seeing they have been doing it for the very first time.
Both looking plain but simple, hoping to touch both their mum's heart. Lucky mums!
Anyway, there is a competition by them to choose which one of the two cards is nicer. Apprently, i can't make a choice. Both of the cards are really good so i need you ppls help.
Click this link to help.
I can't find a place for public votes so you ppl need not sign in. so sorry, please tell me if there is, or register to the forum!
P.S: I allow ppl to add in their votes by putting into this comment or in my tagboard.
Sinne Inking the edges of her card.
Card By sinne
Card By Gershwin Pin It
Wednesday, 26 April 2006
Tuesday, 25 April 2006
well, these was really diffcult almost wanted to kill ben toh and yi wei.
the sec 2 aren't co-operating enough... i am going to impose physical punishments...
if not someone gotta help to put the message on their head...
Lots of ppl are surprised of the quality of the photos i've taken, and some was even shock of the low pixel camera i was using!!!
So it tells all.... no matter how high the pixel... its the technique and quality that counts... experience is to try and test.
. I . M . A . G . I . N . E .
Monday, 17 April 2006
So, I had been offered this task, but I REALLY want to show this to everyone. For who is it doneby, I cannot disclose him, but only to cirtisize him.
Well, no time to look see it for yourselves!
P.S: NEVER CUT PHOTOS BY JOINTS. I.E, KNEE CAP, NECK! Pin It
Friday, 14 April 2006
Thursday, 13 April 2006
*a powder that melts when heated
This is for sharmaine and sinne! They both loved orange. I painted orange and inked the sides with brown ink.
Well, of cousre this is for ME!!! Yeah, i actually made it from shrink plastics. here's how to:
1. buy a shrink plastic, an A4 size costs around $5
It has transparent, white black, i am using back.
2. Cut a desired shape
3. punch a big hole on the place you would attach your keychain ring.
4. paint and ink it.
5. Heat it in toaster oven, no setting required. (just watch it awe as it shrinks.)
6.use small tongs or twizers to remove your piece from the toaster.
7. press it flat woth scrap paper.
8. let cool.
9. attach keychain ring.
10. watch and admire
It was really hard as you have to make three in a day, you would sweat too much when you get near the oven... phew... no more birthdays please!
-its really cool to make, from a thin transparency plastic to a thick tough but sweet keychain!
Wednesday, 12 April 2006