RAINBOW SPAGHETTI 🌈
Just cook up the spaghetti like normal. Once cool, put it in separate bowls. Mix a few drops of food coloring with a Tbs of vinegar. Add this to the spaghetti and mix until the colour is consistent. I had to use my hands to do this and they are still a bit computer three days later!! You could also mix them in a zip lock bag but I’ve been keen to limit plastic so messy hands it was! Once the cookout is consistent pay them dry with paper towel or an old cloth that you don’t mind getting a bit stained. The pasta will store in an airtight container in the fridge for around a week (maybe longer but I’ve never tried). .
PUMPKIN PIE PLAY DOUGH
Homemade play dough made without any harmful chemicals or dyes, that smells AMAZING and even has immmune boosting properties!
Is this real life?
All you need is:
+2 cups of cornstarch +1 cup Kidscents lotion
+4 drops cardamom
+2 drops orange
+1 drop orange
+1 drop clove
Mix all together and start creating!
Got my new issue of @wheelhubmag last week. I can not stress enough how good this publication is. To me a car show is more a ART EXHIBIT then a "car show" and @wheelhubmag brings that to the printed page like nothing else out there right now. I encourage you to check it out. #cars#art#hotrods#thebest#photography#ourart#create#builtnotbought
TRANQUIL | Another take on Hokusai’s The Great Wave off Kanagawa with @dominiksadoch as male model reference. Still can’t get over my obsession with Japanese woodblock prints. May this be consider my first entry for #inktober#inktober2018 😊
Meet 雞蛋仔 (aka Eggette) from @urban.cafe.hk .
A great place for cat lovers to hang out and enjoy a nice meal. This place houses around 18+ cats.
⛔️Warning: Do not bring people who have phobia to felines here *cough* Carlson. They might faint. 😂
Revisited an unfinished piece from 2017. Initially a piece with blue water as background but my rendition of hair under water looked unnatural so I temporarily gave up on this piece. So fast forward to last night, inspired by a lot of art videos about how to cover up mistakes, I went for a black and gold combo with a mix of white as details. I ended up getting this loud and full of contrast piece.
Sometimes when you are frustrated with a piece of your work. Abandon it for a while. Give yourself some break and when you come back, you’ll see things in a whole new fresh perspective.