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Intelligent in your own way by Botan
Intelligent in your own way
So as I was analysing the chapter from the book about the MI theory, I found this phrase that went "(...) individuals are free to be intelligent in their own way." (unlike when taking the traditional IQ test). I liked the phrase and depicted in my mind somebody who's painting a brain. Eventually I put that on paper. :)

Approaches and Methods in Language Teaching (second edition); Jack C. Richards, Theodore S. Rogers; Cambrige University Press, 2001; page 116
Thomas Armstrong by Botan
Thomas Armstrong
And yet another one I did for the presentation about MI.

This is Thomas Armstrong, who was amongst the first to apply the MI theory to school education.
Howard Gardner by Botan
Howard Gardner
This time I was having a presentation about the theory of Multiple Intelligences at the English Education classes, so once again I decided to draw my own pictures to decorate my presentation file.

So, here you go.

This is Howard Gardner, the founder of the MI theory.
Angelica and Medoro by Botan
Angelica and Medoro
Apparently Angelica has fallen in love with a completely different guy. That will drive Orlando crazy. This is where the title comes from (Orlando the Furious).
A Forest by Botan
A Forest
Ehehe, no, doesn't have anything to do with The Cure's song. ;)

In his long and adventurous trip, while running after a fleeing enemy he lost his traces somewhere in the woods, and apparently lost his way too. He then finds a cute meadow by a small river near a village where he decides to take a rest. But things will just go very wrong for Orlando when he finds out his beloved Angelica has fallen in love with someone else.


Dac X Lee v.2.0.

Current Residence: Sputnik City
Favourite genre of music: almost all kinds, but most oftenly I listen to combinations of punk, electronics and rap music
Favourite photographer: don't know
Favourite style of art: anything cute or interesting
Operating System: Windows 7 u_u
MP3 player of choice: WinAmp
Shell of choice: the one with the ghost in it
Wallpaper of choice: games, cartoons, comics or the photos of my fav bands
Skin of choice: SHRAP and RASH, Oi! Oi! Oooooi! ^_-
Favourite cartoon character: er.... too hard to chose! *_*
Personal Quote: Keeeeeerokerokerokero
하아아아안국 belongs to me, another story by the dirty 한국 rivers.... :boogie:

Okay, last weekend I finally arrived in Korea. The trip lasted 3 days in total if we include waitings, Umag - Zagreb, Zagreb - Zurich, Zurich - Incheon, Incheon - Seoul.

Now it has been like 3 days of my staying here and yesterday I went to visit the museum about the king 세종 (Sejong). And I liked it. The exterior part is just a monument, the statue of the king with some history explained and some of his most important inventions exposed. The interior is underground and its very building is cool, but that what makes it impressive is the amazingly wise combination of lights and shadows, as well as materials with reflection features and the high quality video screens.
For example, there is a set of war ships on a blue yet reflective ground that imitates the sea. The walls that surround that complex are video screens and the reflection of the video to the ground makes it, maybe not completely realistic, but very artistic indeed. You can obviously notice it is not just merely a coincidence.
Of course, the interactive features were not lacking. There were various games, photo machine, tablets to let the guests to try write in 한글 (Hangeul, Korean alphabet) and many other cool things.

Also, my man and I went to visit the artificial river as well, it was an interesting place. You got the modern city buildings, a real world metropolis, but down there it is made to look, hmh, not really natural, but compared to the the buildings and the city structure surrounding it, it's pretty much different, enough for reminding of the realistic Julian Beaver's street graffiti (these I have seen only in the photos, though), just this here is not a graffiti, but a real structure.

As for my first impressions about Korea and its people, well, I can't say I'm feeling like at home, I'm from a small town, I don't speak the language yet and I look different, but I'm feeling pretty comfortable. The people don't stare at you because you're different, sometimes someone notices you, but that's it. I thought I'd be much shier, but I'm fine.
The hostesses at the airplane were so proffesionally kind as well as the other plane officers.
And of course, my boyfriend is great as usual and his friends are nice guys.

The first day of my arrival the air was so heavy, the city felt like a bus, it all smelled like cars. But the second day, third and today it seems like becoming easier, and... normal.
  • Mood: Delighted
  • Listening to: Anamanaguchi

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scheinbar Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks Neko Emoji-42 (Kawaii Moe Smile) [V3] :pet: Neko Emoji-41 - (Kawaii Waving) [V3]
LaraBLN Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:Heart Thank You: by RosaBlu for faving: Tranquila Tempestad by LaraBLN
Truly appreciated!!! Bunny Emoji (Huggy) [PMotes] by Jerikuto
JPLafontaine Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014
Thanks for the Fav !   :)
IaraCristina Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the faves! :) (Smile) 
shadow-inferno Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks a lot for the favourite :) 
GlenMiles Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav.
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Thanks for the fave!
RandAlThor05 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014
Thanks for the Fave man. Much appreciated. ;-)
TsukiAnni Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thanks for favving my (horrible) drawings xD ♥
Dandeliesque Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you :) I wish you good practice for your drawings (and don't forget to paint! :))
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