the left foot

let’s say that, at the moment, i am really inspired by my left bandaged foot.

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11 thoughts on “the left foot

  1. Great Work!!!
    Loved the way how you incorporated the patterns and the embroidery work.
    By the way, your toe-nails could use some nail polish…..;-)
    Get well soon!!!
    * Take care about that foot and other bones during the ‘concert’ thingy.

    • hahah thank you. the tiny patterns got so tedious by the time i was half way through!!! and i was doing it in candlelight and so i wasn’t even sure what colors i was actually using. it was a pleasant surprise to see it the next morning.

      • I know just how tedious they can be….I used to stay upto 2-3am to finish my college assignments.We had to submit like five A2 sheets every week in pencil(H6/H2/H/HB/B2/B4) and inkpens(0.5/1/2/3/5mm) . By the time you’re half way through the patterns in the night; then all you start seeing is the pattern itself. We also used to do Tofocopy(not Photocopy)…know this??

  2. I studied Architecture Engg, diploma levels @IOE here in ktm. Tofocopy is actually copying completed drawings(done by other students)when the submission deadlines looms upon u. The trick is to light a bulb under glass pane over which the originals sheets are stuck, again a new sheet will be fixed over the drawing….and then u just make ur own lines over the drawing, the light bulb makes the drawing appear clearly while copying.

    • TOFOCOPY! that’s what you call that…tracing with the help of the fluorescent lights… hahahahahahha. i have done that too, but i sure didn’t know it had a name to it! hahahaha…i guess i didn’t know coz i didn’t study architecture..although i would have liked too…it’s way too technical for me..although i do like technical stuff as well..TOFOCOPY…hahahahha…i guess you learn new things every day.

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