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She looked up – autumn.. October.

the garden was particularly fragrant and sweet.

French doors in pale red and gold.

Sunlight entered and dissolved in the place

two couples had been married.


This assignment was very enjoyable and tedious at the same time for me.. I spent long nights this week trying to finish it but I’m pretty satisfied with the result :)

Hopefully the other Sunday Funnies won’t take me as long as the last two assignments…


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I read this book a while ago but this quote was the one that came to my mind when I first heard about this assignment. I feel that this quote is really motivating and although it was very difficult, and I ran into many problems during the process,  I had a lot of fun illustrating this project.

Quote Reference:

Posada, Joachim De., and Ellen Singer. Don’t Eat the Marshmallow– Yet!: The Secret to Sweet Success in Work and Life. New York: Berkley, 2005. Print.

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Visual Notes

This process was really fun for me. I normally love art but I never thought of using art as a tool to incorporate my class notes. This is for my Art History class and some major concepts we need to learn. I found visual note taking to be particularly useful because it really helps me understand the structure and style of the building when I try to draw it more than just looking at the picture. It was slightly time consuming but I don’t think I’ll ever forget the concepts and notes on that page.

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English Badge

The picture shown is one of my art pieces done in pen. I chose this image because I thought it shows my identity as well as giving some background information on how the way I view things may be different from others. Although not shown in the picture, the black and white patterns in the back portray images from the folk tales of Korea and America. The cards in the picture show a traditional Korean Card game, Hwatoo, and playing cards. I drew this picture to show the confusion and difficulties of myself as a Korean-American growing up in both countries from the East and West and how they ended up merging together throughout the years creating who I am today.