Where will you be my darling? Where will you be when the dark is rising?
Saturday, May 24, 2008
Okay... yesterday I attended cellgroup. Held at church, Zoe and I were the earliest, so we didn't see anyone inside. We went inside the auditorium just to look around, and the lights there were off. Then they turned on after we said it was so dark, and that it looked haunted. Then after saying "the lights are on" they turned off! Turns out it was actually James trying to find a certain switch somewhere in the back -.-. Creepy coincidence.
Anyway, we had games and a good message by James. Uh, a little more could be done on discipline though. Nevermind... we went for fellowship at someplace, and had a good time getting to know a lot of the other people. We ended up going home at like 12:30am!
Woke up for school later, and wore the shirt that either N337 or N362 gave me. Heh, it looks nice! I drove Zoe to school, and because she took her own sweet time getting ready at home, I speeded like hell to make sure I wasn't late after dropping her off. For the first time, my mom didn't complain. Woots!
And today, school actually felt more like school! Sort of. I went into class, and found that everyone had brought their drawing block. I don't even have it yet. Zzz. And they had something called an art pen too. So our first thing was to turn to the person in front or behind us, and without looking at the paper, draw their faces without lifting their pen. HAHA! I messed up the guy's face terribly. Accidentally drew his hair onto his mouth, like some really bad moustache. Yen however, drew like a pro, even without looking!
Later after using more techniques, we we told to go outside and use a mixture of dots (circles) and special lines to draw something outside of the school. We went out and I drew a car, which ended up looking like an alien. Then I decided to draw a plant intead of a bicycle, which I ended early as time ran out. Good thing, 'cause the owner of the bicycle actually cycled off! My friend had it even worse, he was drawing a car when it drove off. The driver was laughing at him -.-.
We had a 3 hour plus break till the next lesson, so two large groups of us went to Sunway Pyramid to eat at McDonalds. So I got to know Yen better, and know Alex, short for Alexander John. His full name is Alexander John Baptist. YEAH. Too bad his name wasn't John The. Only Christians will get this! The other large group eventually left, and half of our group went to stroll around Pyramid. Yen, Alex and I slacked there a bit longer before going to the school library, where Yen taught me some drawing techniques. He's really one of the best artists I've ever seen in my life! In mere seconds, he can sketch something better than I what I take hours to draw. When I asked how he drew eyes, he drew one so realistically, that I got shocked by the beauty (yes, beauty!) and accuracy of it! That's why I've given him a nickname. Drawing King. LOL. I used his techniques and my drawn eyes looked better than I had ever drawn them in my entire life. No kidding.
We had history of art and design after. Since it was the first lesson, it was mainly introductory. After telling us of the things we'd do (including 3 movie sessions!) we were told to introduce ourselves. Not easy when there's three classes combining -.-. 96 students had to introduce themselves... except for a few interesting and funny people, it was so boring! And worst thing, when Yen was talking, my mom called. I thought of picking it up later, but since Yen was still talking, I decided to pick up. The moment I picked up Yen passed the microphone. LOL. Not a good first impression. Geez.
Dead tired now... fell asleep after eating dinner. Just woke up!