Dont You Worry Child Parts 1 and 2
To say the least, it was AWESOME! Despite the absence of alcohol in the system, it has got to be one of the best rave sessions! Better than the Guetta experience we went to last year. Mosh Pit tickets ran out, but regarless, the experience was equally (or maybe even better) fantastic. It was beyond warm where we were at, I couldn't imagine the heat in the mosh pit - or even the smell! :-)
Also, in a separate day, I was able to learn how to properly boil eggs. I assumed that you just put the eggs in, boil the water, and wait to your heart's content and by then they'll be ready hard boiled. But, I didn't realize (quite oddly enough) - that you can get your eggs hard boiled but with a runny yolk, etc.
Continuing on with the creativity aspect that I've been exploring, I arranged with CP to go to Arteastiq in Mandarin Gallery (Orchard) and attend an ArtJam session. For 48 SGD, you can paint to your heart's content for 3 hours and get a drink of your choice as well. All the canvas, acrylic paint, paint brushes, palette, etc are provided for. They even have book references of paintaing you may want to get inspiration from or copy.
Well, I didn't copy and made my first original I call - Painting 1: Tears Run Dry. Initially, I was thinking to get inspiration from Britto (the pop artist) to fill in the background but still retaining the idea I had of painting a duck and a mushroom. But. after putting in the details of the duck and the mushroom, I got a fit of inspiration to do long strokes of darker paint rather than the intricate detailing that will have been involved with Britto.
|before I got inspired to add more tear effect|
|Sixteen Waterfalls of Dreams, Memories, and SentimentPat Steir (American, born Newark, New Jersey, 1940) - Displayed in the Metropolitan Museum of Arts|