I always admire the impressionist pictures or paintings when I see them, especially impressionist portrait. I think the impressionist portrait is spectacular. This month, when I saw some references about the impressionist portrait, I really wanted to try to draw it. Actually, I do not too care about the result, I just want to try and enjoy the process of my drawing. Thus, these are the steps of my drawing. I used colored pencil to draw this picture. Is it an impressionist portrait? I really hope so.. :) However, I really enjoyed the process of drawing this portrait.
And the final result is ….
The Final Result
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A Tale of Mine (Kisahku) is my drawing in September 2014. A simple drawing with a lot of meanings inside. I used colored pencil to draw this picture. This picture used A3 paper size. I spent about 10 to 11 hours to draw this picture on different days. This picture is very simple, I realize that, but I cannot finish this picture in short time. That’s all.. :D
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Sketch by Feti
When a painter, a sketcher, or a person who likes drawing got a confused, what will they do? If that question is for me my answer is “drawing something” :D
That’s my sketch and several days after I published it to my Instagram, a friend of mine, Umar Komarudin, showed me a same picture but more colorful and nice. He said that he colored it because he likes the gloomy expression of this picture.. :D A picture below is his picture, and I like it. Thank you so much my friend… :)
Colored by Umar
Every time in a day, I sometimes get an idea to do or to make something, for example the idea to draw some pictures, or the idea what picture I will draw and how it will look like. I sometimes realize that idea, drawing what exactly comes out from my mind. Sometimes what I thought is same as what I draw. But sometimes what I thought is totally different with my drawing, and the result is not good enough :P. Many ideas I try to realize, but many ideas still inside my mind, or I just write it on a note or a paper. I think, that is what happen to the other people too. They just keep their ideas in their mind or they wait the right time to realize their idea. However, the idea sometimes is something mysterious, a little bit crazy, fantastic, great, or also very difficult to realize. Sometimes it comes or disappears suddenly, while we forget to write it down.
So, before our great ideas disappear, let’s write them on a note. ;)
Hi ! In this post, I would like to share about one of the traditional food from Bandung, East Java, Indonesia. This food called “Seblak” or sometimes “Seblak Bandung”. The main ingredient of this food is “Kerupuk” (chips made from flour and fish or shrimp flavoring). This food is very hot or spicy. This food is very popular in Bandung and the other cities in Indonesia. Sometimes, people like to cook this food by themselves than buy this food, probably because to make this food is easy enough. I think many people like this food including me.. :)
Every year in Ramadhan (a month of Muslim to fasting more or less 30 days) before Eid Mubarak (Ei dul-Fitri; Indonesia: Idul Fitri/Lebaran), I and my family always make cookies to consume by our self or to welcome the relatives or guests in Idul Fitri. This tradition is also one of the habitual activities in my country, Indonesia. Most of the people will make or buy so many cookies with different shapes, colors, and taste to complete the celebration of Idul Fitri. Thus, Happy Eid Mubarak 1435 H (Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1435 H), Taqabballahu Minna Wa Minkum.. :)
At the first time, I thought that teaching is just my part time job. I teach students just for spending my time. I chose a course not a formal school because I thought that it will make me more comfortable to teach in a small class of students. I love my students, but I didn’t think that I will love teaching very much since that day. A day when I was in a classroom to teach the first grade students of elementary school. At that time one of the students gave me this small gift and said “Mis, this is a gift for you, in hope you will always remember my name forever as your student who likes to learn with you”. What lovely words came out from a six years old child, I smiled to him and said “thanks”. Since that day, I love to be a teacher more and more, I love teaching very much, and hopefully I can be a great teacher for all of my students…