I went to a meeting recently, and I waited for 2 hours. This is not the first time it happenned. Not only it's rude, it's also not respecting other people's time. If that person want to waste his/her time, it's their problem, but definitely I don't want to waste my time. If you need to pay for somebody to meet with you, discuss about work, you would think carefully. We have 24 hours a day, roughly, we slept 8 hours a day, eat + shower (3 x 1 hr), working for 8 hrs. Commuting 2 hours. 24-21 = 3 hours. Toilet break = 1 hr. What's left? 1-2 hours. Time is precious and we should plan properly, because even if you have money, you cannot buy time. Being discipline with time is very important.
Every time I post an Instagram story, I wonder how to add in those cute stickers into my story, and I found out, I can apply for artist channel in Giphy, so all the gifs that I made can be available when you search and add in into your Instagram stories! It's fun to make and fun to see when people are using my gifs. Check out my channel, show some love and use it in your Instagram stories by searching "cypru55".
Hey! How are you? Life has been a bit hectic recently.
Went for an exhibition in National Museum, called: In an Instant: Polaroid at the Intersection of Art and Technology. The exhibit shows history and development of Polaroid since it's founded and interesting photos taken by Polaroid. I took some pics from the exhibition. Honestly didn't really understand a lot of pics, maybe it's just showing different pics where people use Polaroid in old times.
The most fun for me would be taking pics in a photo booth like old times.
This exhibition ending in March, and they have some specials going on, be sure to check them out!
I went to a cute little exhibition by Ah Guo titled So Much Fun. It's shows work from him in period of 2016 - 2018. There is a main installation in the middle of the room (looked like a small dining room where people do Lo Hei. The rest showing original artwork, which I thought it's a bit small (A4-A3) size (for an exhibition). The illustrations itself is really nice and it gives a warm feeling when you see and I really enjoyed it.
It's my first time being in Singapore Philatelic Museum (I know right!?, staying here for so long doesn't mean you explore every places, oh well...). I just happened to see an ad about The Little Prince in the dark - exhibition in Singapore Philatelic Museum. Didn't go for the tour because we missed the timing, but still, it's a nice little exhibition.
The exhibition is full of Sculptures made by a French artist, Arnaud Nazare-Aga, also includes biography of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, and sketches and scribbles.
Here's some of my favorite photos.
I walked around wandering a small alley in Waterloo street, suddenly I have the urge to go into that alley. Turns out there are beautiful paintings painted on the wall. It is lovely and I enjoyed the view. Here's the pics.
Hello all! Wishing you a happy new year 2019. Officially back to work (office).
Good things I achieved last year:
Despite the setbacks, I always know that things happened for a reason, and sometimes bad things are not "bad", instead it gives lessons for us to learn, to be better. I hope we all will be better this year.
Due to one thing and another I have more time to do more comics. It's been fun and satisfying, I'm on my 11th day now, every now and then trying to figure out what kind of story I want to make. Mostly my own experiences in the past, or what I feel in the moment. Some days I don't have clear ideas, and creative block is like so common for me. Go to my Instagram to check it out, give some likes and follows! Thank you for your support!
I created a second sticker sets on Google Play. Currently naming it, kawaii girl sticker set. I know! It's like the most common name ever, you might not find it when searching :(. The best way is to search for my name, lina kartika, then the list of stickers I made will show up in the list. Or, you can go to my linktree and click on the first link available like below