Monthly Archives: October 2016
Upon the passing of the “Master Showman” German “Kuya Germs” Moreno, and Alan Rickman, who portrayed the iconic role of the stern but caring Professor Severus Snape, I sense that 2016 would be indeed the peak–of the so-called “Year of the Grim Reaper.”
Participants bonding with each other before the second session.
Ooh. I absolutely love French Ultramarines. So far, ultramarine blue is the most pleasant color to my eyes–not in digital LCD monitors, but on paper.
That cursive writing, tho.
Randolph (left), and Cheska (right).
Larissa of art.ticulate’s nib holder collection. Shi-ny!
24 September 2016
It’s actually not only calligraphy–you also learn from the pros and artisans. What is actually a creative department? Every department, as per John Ed, has a creative side.
However, I think that Pagtitipon is about meeting new people–of ALL different fields.
He definitely deserves forgiveness. Thing is that, he should have handled the situation gracefully, rather than yakking and complaining–handling a dilemma in a graceful way might shame the oppressor.
Also, I think Jake Ejercito does not deserve to be bashed. YET…
Jake, aminin mo na kasi na ikaw ang ama ni Ellie Eigenmann. Walang mawawala sa’yo, dahil alam kong mabuti kang tao. The thing with you is that, you condoned the fact that Albie deserves to be hit so hard.
In fact, Albie Casiño deserves forgiveness. He deserves a quiet life, even though he is a twat himself. Maraming nagsasabing mayabang talaga siya sa personal, but does that mean that he deserves to be a loser forever!?
And to address the dilemma to Andi Eigenmann
YES! I think you should calm your tits and shut your p*ssy right away. You ain’t setting a good example to Ellie, y’know. In fact, you proved that you’re becoming WORSE than the following:
- Cristine Reyes
- Taylor Swift
- Angel Locsin
Well, at least they’re the butt of jokes–unlike you, you’re becoming the…
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October 1, 2016
Project Pie in Filinvest City, Alabang
We traded a lot of art prints, even borrowed and asked for a pint of paints from tubes. Oh, here’s an example of what Pin Calacal of TutubingKarayomPH gave us. Yee-haw!
Pin of Tutubing Karayom told us, “Hoarding is bad, hoarding is wrong!” Well, I have to agree with that. After all, hoarding made my wallet cry T_T. So yeah, I told myself to make the most of the papers I have right now, because, no matter what happens, they’re still watercolor paper. LOL.
…and here’s Kat, being proud of demonstrating how to STRETCH watercolor paper.
Then here’s Carla Chua. Boy, this girl is really talented. However, she really has to go, so she hoped that her artwork will go to someone else. Hehehe.
So far, Artambay has taught me different things:
1.) AVOID hoarding at all costs – In fact, it will really make you damn broke.
2.) Persistence is key! Never give up.
3.) You could still practice your passion even though your field of expertise (or rather, profession) is completely different from one another.
4.) Socializing is also important. In fact, attending events like these will bring you closer to the best and the most veteran (if my usage of the terms are correct, perchance?) watercolor artists in Metro Manila.
5.) You learn different styles of watercolor painting.
So, yeah. Attending Artambay is really worth it! I told myself, I will persist on what I want to do, without thinking of higher pay. In fact, attending events without even thinking of someone dictating you made me feel more relaxed, no tensions and whatsoever thing I should be bothered about.