Archive for July, 2011
It’s hard to explain. I don’t want to explain. Something has gone wrong that me, myself and I can not correct! That was indeed a bad hair day! I guess I need hair rebond to make things fine. Lol.
Well, that’s life.
Life is like a wheel. Sometimes it is full of air and sometimes it shrinks. It may even gets a hole.
Life is like a butterfly. As it journey through the flower gardens, it meets beautiful and ugly butterfies. It flies up and down too.
Life is like a space shuttle. I remember the space shuttle ride at Enchated Kingdom. It goes up then suddenly goes down then goes up. That was the most scary ride I have ever experienced.
Life is what we make it. According to Jim Rohn, “Happiness is not by chance, but by choice.”
So it’s time to bury things behind. It’s time to end this bad hair day here. I’m glad there’s this Desk that I can run on whenever I have an odd feeling to something or someone. Well, that’s part of growing up. I have a slender build so I’m still dreaming to grow sideward.
Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.
—Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
One of the best quotes I want to post on the wall of III Polaris classroom.
1. Space. An area where we can make use of our paint and brush. It can be the ground, the wall or the open space above the ground.
- Positive space
- Negative space
Positive space refers to the spaces intended for the subject of the drawing.
Negative space refers to the spaces that surround the subject of the drawing.
2. Line. Line is any mark made on the drawing space. It can be straight, curve, diagonal, horizontal, vertical, thick or thin. It is considered as the basic component of any drawing. The shape of the drawing depends on this element.
3. Color. It beautifies any drawing. There are things that need to be considered upon applying it to your drawing. Good color combination gives a pleasant effect to your drawing. A review on the primary, secondary, tertiary colors and others greatly helps to make a presentable output.
4. Shape. In lay outing the shape of an object, we need to follow some rules in perspective drawing so that the object will be emphasized. If we are drawing a house, it should be in a vertical position. The floor must be located above the ground and the vertical portion in the middle space of the area provided.
5. Texture. It can be rough like sand paper. It can also be smooth like an ordinary paper. It can even be velvety like a felt paper. It is the artist choice of materials which he/she is comfortable to use.
6. Form. It is 3D or three-dimensional in a lot of ways. It can be all natural like landscape or sometimes geometrical figures are being employed. It can be enhanced with the application of color and adding desired texture. A bulging effect can be done in an oil painting.
7. Value. It shows the relationship between dark and light objects on the drawing. Darkness and lightness of any drawing helps create the form of an object.
A birthday present to my little sister Sal.
Far yet near with the help of this domain. Which main purpose is to share things about TLE, an online portfolio but extended to other important matters to share.
The image was edited using photo scape. My photo editing best friend.You might wonder why photo scape and not Adobe Photoshop? Well, it’s because my trial version Adobe Ps has expired. So for the mean time, I am using this free software.
Drawing a polygon in any kind using a compass is quite laborious and time consuming specially to the heptagon in which trial and error method will be employed. It’s good that computer drafting has been introduced. I learned AutoCAD in college days. The basics were introduced to us and have tried it by taking turns on the only PC we had in the drafting shop. After college, I was not able to continue using it. Years passed by, until such time when I need to get back the old school which is now “IN” in the field of technology. AutoCAD subjects were one of my favorites in the in the course: M.T.E. (Master in Technician Education) major in drafting.
Constructing polygons with ACAD is fun. Try these steps and you’ll be amazed!
The default unit is inches. You can change it to centimeters if you wish. By doing it, you need to format units first before starting any drawing.
- Simply point mouse pointer at polygon icon usually found at the sidebar of the AutoCAD environment. Click it at once.
- You will be asked to enter the number of sides you want to draw. If you want to have the 5-sided polygon, type 5 and press enter.
- You will be asked to specify the location of the polygon you want to draw. You can point and click on the center of the space provided to make it quick.
- Then select “inscribe circle.”
- You will then be asked again to provide the radius of the circle. Just type your desired radius and press enter
After following these steps you will be able to have the polygon you need.
The dome roof. Located in front of the Palalong Cliff. A special come back entry for Blue Monday.
I’m hitting the clouds and the bluish gray car. I guess it’s Vios Toyota car.
About the dome roofing design
Dome roof is intended for circular flooring design. The first dome roofed building was built in Europe during the Roman Architectural Revolution. It is often used for temples as it gives spacious interior.
Nobody’s perfect anyway, but if we strive hard, it can be the best way to get nearer to perfection. I just could not imagine how it happened when I made several mistakes in a certain presentation we had last night. The worst nightmare I ever experienced in my entire life of being a performer (assuming) once a year. At the very beginning of the dance (uno, dos, tres!), when we stoop down, my face almost land on the ground. My first few steps were with exaggeration which never planned. I already failed a step before that during the production number. We were not ready yet when the music played. That was indeed a disaster. Well, anyway, we can do better next time.