Trying Realistic Sculpting

Why are dragons easier to make than humans? I've made tons of dragons and mythical creatures such as these over the past two years.   But, I have never tried proper realistic sculpting. I wanted to try working in proportions and follow proper sculpting techniques so that the model looks like a real human. I... Continue Reading →

Voldemort and the Philosopher’s Stone

  I have wondered how the Harry Potter series would have been if they were narrated from Voldemort's point of view. In lockdown, I finally wrote this piece. This is the first face-off between Harry and Quirrell from the end of the first book. He was here. The mere infant who had escaped the killing... Continue Reading →

Polymer Clay Flower Pendant

This past week, I have been experimenting with diy jewellery, using a variety of mediums, such as wire, polymer clay, crochet and beads. This is one of those attempts. This pendant is a great project for beginners, as it does not require exceptional skills or any hard to find materials, just a lot of patience.... Continue Reading →

Diwali: The Preparations Begin

Tomorrow is Diwali, a very famous festival here in India. I wanted to share my experience of this festive season, so that some day I could look back and remember the Diwali of 2019. So, Diwali is celebrated as an anniversary of that no-moon night when Lord Rama returned from 14 years of exile. As... Continue Reading →

An Alternate Ending to the ‘Diary of a Young Girl’

Everyone who has read 'Diary of a Young Girl' by Anne Frank has desperately wished for Anne and other members of the annex to not have died. What would have Anne's last entry been in her diary, had she not died? Here is something I thought of. Hope you like it. 31-May-1945 Dear Kitty, Today... Continue Reading →

Beauty and Serenity: Amritsar

This is a follow-up to the first day of my trip to Amritsar. Check out day 1 here! Day 2: On day 2, after having breakfast at the hotel, we decided to go to the Golden Temple. A majority of Amritsar's population is made up of sikhs. ┬áThe Golden temple is the Sikhs' place of... Continue Reading →

Polymer Clay Pendant

This week I made this polymer clay pendant. I was inspired by Learn Polymer Clay's scrap clay challenge to put my scrap clay to use too. The technique of this pendant was inspired by a youtube video by StudioSilverCreek. Check out her video here. I'll be honest, this technique works out for me only 70%... Continue Reading →

Tomboy

Dear rude classmate, I have been teased by you for looking like a boy more times than you would like to admit. Note that I use the word teased. I have been mistaken for being a boy, but being teased for being like one is different . As much as I try to not let... Continue Reading →

Polymer Clay Garden Gnome

Well, who doesn't like seeing gnomes peeping through foliage? These days the trend of fairy gardens has grown a lot. These gnomes can be used as part of your upcoming fairy garden. Materials needed- Polymer clay in black, white, blue, purple, skin tone and other colours. Cutter Glaze (optional) Needle Rolling pin Pink Eye shadow... Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Monster Calls

Written by Patrick Ness, 'A Monster Calls' is one of the most emotionally moving books I have read. This book tells its readers about a boy named Conor. A 13-year-old figuring out loss, hope, and love. His mother has Cancer and everybody knows this. He is bullied by kids, pitied by teachers and bossed around... Continue Reading →

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