I started to take a bad habit.
Looking ay my phone or Ipad when I get bored.
And it happens multiple times in a day.
I am also part of people who think that kids today shouldn’t play at Angry bird, but instead playing marbles or hide and seek.
I have the nostalgia of the period where we only need our imagination to entertain ourselves.
TIP#51 Never get bored anymore with 1$
I reached Penang today, a pretty city of Malaysia famous for its Street art full of humor. I took my camera, a tripod and my phone to cover the city.
I didn’t bring any sketchbook to lighten myself as I should have brink a bag to put it in. Then, I saw an office furniture shop.
I stopped by and buy that ballpoint pen and a “pocket notebook” for 1$ only.
When I needed a break, I entered a Coffee.
So instead of feeling bored and getting my phone from my pocket,
I took that notebook and I sketched.
Look attentively at this picture.
Do you see anything?
Sketching creates emulsion in your brain where you only have to face yourself.
Some people assimilate drawing as meditation.
I can’t agree more.
I guess that to take a break, it is much a better option than instant chatting and checking information on one’s phone that we’ll end to forget the day or the minute later.
Instead, I have created something that I can keep!
I am tempted to say that no matter how cheap is your book note, your imagination is priceless.
Some Y-3 Adidas sneakers with a wedge.
CHOU-TAC CHUNG – Mid-wedge Y-3 Adidas
CHOU-TAC CHUNG – High-wedge Y-3 Adidas
Here is an other evolution of sneakers from a basic to more sophisticated.
CHOU-TAC CHUNG – Low cut Adidas performance Basic
CHOU-TAC CHUNG – Low cut Adidas performance Mid-Range
CHOU-TAC CHUNG – Low cut Adidas performance Pro
Penang is actually the city where the famous designer Jimmy Choo learned how to make shoes. I should draw some sandals :).
Do not hesitate to leave a comment. See you guys for the next tip! Oh, I will soon upload some live videos of some of the sketches above. Tomorrow should be fine.