|13 Jul 2006|| Ryan|
I saw you drawing this in Physics class!! Should ask Mr Leong to come here and see this...
It looks not too bad even though you scanned it in, does it? SiehYean Kiew
replies: " yeah... it's not too bad. But the pink blots didn't turn up so well... you can hardly see them. And it's not really obvious that the filter paper is round... You really think Mr. Leong noticed?! Eep! I thought I'd gotten away with it..."
|13 Jul 2006|| Anne Wipf|
I love the dandelion. SiehYean Kiew
replies: "Thanks! The scanner ate up most of the detail, though..."
|14 Jul 2006|| Ken~|
Hey..I somehow knew you would post this up... Caught you workin on it some time ago...Hehe
not bad..Not bad at all!..Considering the fact dat it wuz an apparatus for our experiment...Lol
i prefer the original though...
|19 Aug 2006|| Bex|
LoL reminds me of a drawing I did in history...
My teacher was rambling on about some king who got constipation or something and i just sat there, drawing a pixie till the bell rang
Well, I got caught but, you know, what else am I meant to do to keep myself sane in history?!
I love it though!
Bex x SiehYean Kiew
replies: " Cool! A fellow doodler and partner in crime! I know exactly what you mean... I used to doodle in the margins of my history textbooks too... Glad you like it, and thanks for dropping by! Cheerz!"
|1 Oct 2006|| Jenni Mills|
You have such a lovely way with placement. And your figure has great proportion considering it was done without reference.
I admire your free and easy talent.
|16 Dec 2006|| Rickard KJ Fornstedt|
That's very cute. The flower is very well done.
|3 Apr 2008|| Sherman Skip Nodler|
I love drawings that use so few lines but express so much. Lovely! Skip