PicsArt and Tings

Hoping your day went well and  nothing fell apart. Just a few thoughts to share with my virtual friends.

PicsArt is a nice app to use if you like to play with images or are creative. Here are some of the images I created below. It’s been a while since I’ve used the App but I see they’ve added more features which I’m excited to try out. I have an android phone and downloaded the app in  Play Store.10353092_10152794415103753_1662058211331222218_n





On another note,  I’m teaching myself 3D animation and I couldn’t be more excited. I might get an associate degree in 3d animation starting January 2017.However, I’m definitely leaning away from this option since  this is a personal project opposed to a career choice. It will be nice to manifest some of my thoughts into images.  In the meantime, I’m having fun teaching myself to draw and will be downloading a free trial of the animation software Maya. Also, I’m  becoming familiar with graphic design.


I read a book called “Picture This: How Pictures Work by Molly Bang”.  Bang uses the story of “Little Red Riding Hood” to illustrate how shapes and colors elicit emotions. She utilizes a few shapes and a handful of colors to get her point across. It’s a simple read. I believe it would be a really useful tool to use for school age children, not only  explaining  how pictures work,  but how people work. In simple terms it can be used to explain why we might be more attracted to some people and not to others(a round face appears more welcoming and kinder meanwhile a sharp nose seems unkind and menacing)and explore the causes of racism. It’s a book that can help children,  or people, to be more mindful of their thought process in regards to judging others. It can also help them  think critically about  the emotional responses they get when interacting with peers .

Thank you for reading. happy dance