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Mibo Yang Portfolio

Taiwan


Yang, Yu-Ching /Mibo

Personal Profile

Taipei, Taiwan

+886 975116231

https://www.facebook.com/mibo.yang miboooyang@gmail.com 1993/7/30 age-22

09/2010~06/2015

Education

Extracurricular Activity

Shih Chien University Industrial Design product design user interface design

08/2013

Skills

Work Experience

05/2015~now

Xiang Se Food Design Restaurant, Taiwan

05/2015~now

Handicraft Fair beaded bracelet handmade scarf organic decoration handmade cookies

07/2014~12/2014

L’occitane Company art editor

01/2014~now

Freelance Designer graphic designer visual designer

07/2011~09/2012

Bear’s English child’s English teacher

05/2010~11/2010

Bubble Tea partime

Domaine de Boisbuchet Workshop, France student

Image and Graphic software photoshop illustrator indesign

3d modeling software keyshot alias proE sketch up

Video software

modeling skills

aftereffect

spray paint carpentry pu model metal working

Language chinese

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english


Photos About Me Personality

Optimistic Outgoing Leadership Abilities Efficiency Energentic

Hobby

Dancing Handucraft Sports Nature writing drawing

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enjoy eating and foods

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Content Resume

Food Related Project

Design Project

User Interface Project

Project for Fun

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Food Related Project

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graduation project

Seed to Food “Seed to Food� is a conceptual FARM to TABLE zero-waste ideal. Seed to Food introduces and promotes an effective system that best utilizes natural resources across our dining culture. Our Far m offers a var iety of services: we grow seasonal vegetables and fruit for our exclusive members and provide hands-on exper iences that allow members to cultivate, harvest, make utensils with food waste, and cook with healthy organic fresh picks. We are building a world where everyone has access to healthy food and establishes connection with the land. Our aspirational goal is to eliminate waste in the process from Seed to Food. This project showcases how the system actually works.

Discipline Tableware Design

Material Table and Chair: used door panel, iron pipe

Self-authored Project Cup and Bowl: fruit peel, copper fitting

Work Delivery Table x1 Chair x1 Cup x1 Bowl x3 Plate x3 Culteriy x7

Plate: rice bran, copper fitting Cultery: corn cob, copper fitting

Dimensions(unit:mm) Table 1100x700x900 Chair 500x400x400 Cup 50x50x50 Bowl 80x80x50 Plate 200x200x20 Cultery 100x20x20

Logo

Seed Food to

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One of our design goals is to ensure SAFE FOOD: The number of food scandals has risen exponentially in recent years. A series of food safety incidents came to light in 2014; around 80% of Taiwan's citizens express concern. Seed to Food’s approach to food safety covers the entire life cycle of food.

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The second goal is to allow effective use of the food already produced and hence reduce FOOD WASTE. One third of the food produced for human consumption every year. Food waste occurs at every touchpoint of the food system: far m, post-harvest, processing, transporting, wholesaling, retailing and consumption. Reducing food waste is environmentally and socially important as it keeps food out of landfills and raises public awareness.

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Operation Manner: Our conceptual recreation far m is located in JiaoXi, Yilan. It is divided into seven sections: far m, harvest, central kitchen, self-serving kitchen, restaurant, and composting area.

Selling:

Service Far ming:

Interested consumers can purchase seasonal produce in our store throughout the year. Some of the vegetables and fruits we offer in our store come from local far ms.

We deliver hands-on exper iences to enable members to grow their own food. We also cooperate well with local far mers. We are proud to offer a wide var iety to our customers.

Cooking: There are two kitchens: one is for our exclusive members to cook from fresh picks, the other is the central kitchen for our restaurant. Members can choose to make their own dishes or enjoy the meals we serve in our restaurant.

Organic D.I.Y.: To reduce food waste, we carefully separate the harvest into two parts: edible and inedible. Members attend our workshop and utilize all the remaining inedible component, which are later processed into tablewares and utensils.

Dining: You can simply order from our seasonal menu or pick your own vegetables from our store and let our chef prepare special dishes for you.

Harvest: Our crops take around 50~90 days to harvest. We will notify our members to come harvest with us when their crops are matured via our messaging application. We also provide delivery services.

Composting: In the composting area, all the food waste including our aged and overused utensils, will be handled by professionals to help br ing new life to just planted crops.

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Tablewares We use the inedible parts of vegetables and fruits to create unique tablewares. For the foundation of our project, we chose several different kinds of high waste capacity vegetables and fruits, where almost half goes to waste dur ing production. Processing of fruits and vegetables produces solid wastes: peel/ skin, seeds, stones etc. In our design, we give the solid wastes new lives.

Design Features Eco-fr iendly

Disposable

We not only offer organic food but also organic utensils, hoping to provide a more natural and organic dining exper ience.

Every piece has a matching copper accessory. We design the accessor ies to be versatile so that they can be reused and apply to new peels.

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tablewares

Rice Bran

STEP 1: HARVEST Rice bran is a byproduct of the r ice milling process. We use bran as the mater ial of our plates.

STEP 2: MIXING We u s e t h e p r o c e s s o f p a p e r m a k i n g m i x i n g t r e e r e s i n with blended natural fibers and drain the compound.

STEP 3: MOULDING We use vaseline as release agent and put the compound on the mould. The bran plate need to be flipped dur ing the baking process to make sure it is completely dehydrated.

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tablewares

Fruit Peel

STEP 1: SCOOPING Scoop out the pulp all the way to the pith without breaking the r ind.

STEP 2: DEHYDRATION We try to make the process as easy and simple as possible by trying all kinds of convenient dehydration methods: sun, oven, dehumidifier, dish dryer, etc.

STEP 3: MOULDING To tur n peels into bowls and cups, they still need to be constrained by moulds. after moulding, they will perfectly match the accessor ies we designed for each fruit.

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OBSTACLES & SOLUTION

Shr inking Shr inkage occurs dur ing the dehydration process and causes measurement problems.Consistently fix the peels with moulds till they are half dehydrated, and then carefully remove them. After removing the moulds, cautiously monitor and adjust every 10 to 20 minutes.

Size Differentiation The diameter of matured limes could vary between 4 to 7 centimeters, and shr inkage dur ing the dehydration process is also inestimable. Thus, it’s hard to design a perfectly matched handle for the lime cups. (same goes for the grapefruit and pomegranate bowls and cups) We chose copper as the mater ial for the handles. Copper could be easily bent, and perfectly matches different diameters.

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tablewares

Corn Cob

STEP 1: CUTTING Slice off the ker nels with a shar p knife, and scrape off whatever there is left to scrape.

STEP 2: DEHYDRATION

STEP 3: SCULPTING We use hand tools to sculpt cobs into handles.

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product design

Girly Blender “Girly Blender” is a protable blender that designed for girls who are in love with long-ter m travel. Eating out is much cheaper in Taiwan than in other countr ies. While you are traveling to other countr ies but still want to save some money from meals, you will need my portable blender to deal with ingredients you buy from super markets. Especially you live in a rent house or a dor m that without a kitchen. This protable blender is seperated into six parts in the case.Including motor, holder, blade head, mixer blade, egg beater and cutter. There’s three different blade that help to deal with all kinds of foods. Modular design makes it more suitable to car ry abroad.

Discipline Kitchenware Design

Dimensions(unit:mm) Storage Box 400x300x50

Self-authored Project

Material Carpentry Model

Work Delivery Storage Box x1 Motor x1 Holder x1 Blade Head x1 Mixer Blade x1 Egg Beate R x1 Cutter x1

Logo

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Sketch Process

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Design Features Modular

Motor

Holder Motor

Blade Head Holder

Mixer Blade Blade Head

Egg

Beate R Egg Mixer Blade Beater

Women User Color Plan/ Tender Style Mould design/ Rounded & Smooth Shape Human Factors Design/ Suit Girls Palm Size

Portable The box is designed as a toolbox in order to carry a full set of utensils.

Storage Box

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Cutter


Using Situation Stir r ing

Juicing

Smashing

Mixing

Portable Way Car ry

Display

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product design

Ice Bar “Ice Bar� is a tiny refr igerator which is designed for students who living off campus in Taiwan. My refrigerator is a little bit taller and narrower than common small refrigerator.I consider the place where students live, the food they put in the refrigerator, and the best way to open the door. After analyzing all these details, my refrigerator was born.

Discipline Appliance Design

Material Carpentry Model

Self-authored Project

Logo

Work Delivery Fridge x1

mi

bo

Dimensions(unit:mm) Ice Box 720x270x270 Drawer 300x200x200 90x200x200 140x200x200 120x200x200

icebox

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Research Different Samll Refrigerator

common small refrigerator (50ML)

smaller refrigerator (30ML)

portable icebox (10ML)

Internal Mechanism of Refrigerator Insulator

Cooler

Radiator

Radiating

Narrow Hole

COLD

Cooling Fins

Door Pump

WARM

Compressor Low-pressure High-pressure pipe pipe

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Questionnaire I have interviewed 30 students who live off campus and ask them some questions.

shared fridge (numerous people)

40%

20%

shared fridge

personal fridge

30%

filled

40%

(few people)

20%

filled

70%

80% not filled

not filled

What kind of fridge do you use?

18 15

16% 44% next to the desk

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kitchen

40%

5

far from the bed

4 2

fruit

Where do you want to put your fridge?

drink

milk

meal

dessert

egg

1 others

What do you put in your refrigerator?

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Design Features Tiny After investigation, we find out that students who living off campus in Taiwan often rent a house around 4.5 square footage. According to those size of other fur niture, I calculate the best dimension which suits the room very well anywhere.

100x60

65x45

table

samll table

90x60

60x55

closet

Cupboard

120mm

140mm

90mm

720mm 150x140

bathroom

300mm

100x190 bed

270mm

25mm

Drawer After testing multiple ways for opening and closing, I analyze that drawer is the best and most space-saving ways for my icebox.

Dimensions(unit:mm) plates 200x100x30 Material Chinese Cedar Tree Power Water

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Food Category After the survey, I conclude my questionnaire that most of students in taiwan who live off campus only put fruits, drinks, milk, and some left meal in the refrigerator.Then, I measure those object in order to calculate the exact size of my icebox.

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creative design

Nan-Mu Plate These fruit plates are made of chinese cedar tree’s powder. In Taiwan, there’s a plant called’’Nan-Mu”, We also call it chinese cedar tree. We extract the powder from Nan-mu to make chinese incense. This powder is very natural and its fragrance can keep away insects.

Discipline Material Experience Self-authored Project Work Delivery Cedar Plate x10

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Making Process STEP 1: MOULDING I make some mould as a container at first to place the cedar mixture. STEP 2: MIXING Pour some water into cedar powder and stir it until it becomes uniformly viscous STEP 3: DEHYDRATION Put them in the oven until it dries and shrinks.

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Design Project

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creative design

Wood + Wood After visiting Dong-Shi forest, we find that wood plays an important role in our life. Including tree, log and timber.

We seperate the word “forest” into “wood+wood”. 1.Natural wood/we observe the forest’s natural appearance, and find out some beautiful texture and sign. 2.industr ial wood/we define it as “what people do to the wood”. We use wood to make fur nitures, arts, structures...etc.

Material Chinese Cedar Tree Power Camphor Tree’s Branch Poly Stone Powder Sawdust Timber

Discipline Art Work Self-authored Project Work Delivery Cube x1 Dimensions(unit:mm) 100x100x300 38


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Sketch

Material Hairdryer: carpentry model Holder: iron pipe

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Design Features

The bottom part means the original ground of the forest.The gray part contains stone powder and poly, carved with patterns which was found in the forest.

The middle part means transform. I use clear poly to combine the branch and the timber. This part symbols the change from nature to industry.

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The top part means structures make of wood.The branches change to timber, and the timber change to structures.


product design

Mirror Dryer This hairdryer not only dr ies your hair but also becomes a decoration on your vanity. my hairdryer is designed with an extra holder which contains a axle and a mir ror.The axle helps support the hairdryer better and the mir ror makes the appliance more convenient.

Discipline Appliance Design Self-authored Project Work Delivery Hairfryer x1 Holder x1 Dimensions(unit:mm) Hairdryer 200x150x50 Holder 230x200x55 42


Sketch

Using Situation

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product design

Fairy Chair This is an easily build up chair for children who are around 3~6 years old. My concept is to design a chair that children can play with but also retain it’s original functions for seating, but maybe in different ways. There are two chair at the same height before transforming. After that, the variation of the chair’s height will make something ineresting.

Discipline Furniture Design

Dimensions(unit:mm) Chair 700x500x600

Self-authored Project

Material Carpentry Model

Work Delivery Chair x1

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Transform Process

Before

100mm 250mm 450mm

650mm

After

600mm

300mm

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User Interface Project

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user interface design

Menu Muller This APP should be connected with a future technology called�3D Food Pr inter�, is designed for future cafe to provide personalized meals. members to cultivate, harvest, make utensils with food waste, and cook with healthy organic fresh picks. We are building a world where everyone has access to healthy food and establishes connection with the.

Discipline Future Design

Media Table

Self-authored Project

Technology 3D Food Printer

Work Delivery APP

3D FOOD PRINTER

Cooperation Muller Cafe

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Cafe Muller

MENU MULLER M EN U APP

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About 3D Food Printer What can be print now?

Decoration 1min

Noodles 2min

Hamburger

pizza

3min

5min

cake

cookies

5min

7min

3D Food Printer’s Three Points

Healthy

Fun

Easy

What kind of person are using 3D Food Printer now?

People who have Food Intolerances

Party Lovers

Michelin star chefs culinary schools cafe owners caterers

parents

Future Purpose

Space Travel

Ease Food Shortage

Solve the Food Waste 52

Personalized nutritional formula


Mind Mapping

3D FOOD PRINTER

HEALTH

FUN

EASY

Customers can accept higher prices.

Interior decoration

拍照打卡

FOOD DECO

對食物的感受 來自各種感官

Where will you expect to eat decorated food?

Cooking becomes a new performance.

Expensive

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Famous


Comparation Cooking

Famous

becomes

Expensive

a new

Interior decoration

performance

3D FOOD PRINTER

Cafe

Restaurant

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Flow Chart Menu Price

Sandwiches

Food

Salad

Order list

Drinks

sugar

Snacks

Coffee

salt

ingredient

Wire Frame STEP 1

STEP 2

Sandwiches

Sandwiches

Salad

Salad

Drinks

Drinks

Coffee

Coffee

Snacks

Snacks

Total

Order List

Salad Drinks Coffee

STEP 3

Sandwiches

TODAY’S SPECIAL Happy

Smile

Sunny

Calm

tears

love

Salad Drinks Coffee Snacks

Snacks

Order List

Done

Done

STEP 4

Sandwiches

Total

Order List Done

FINISH

Total

Total

Order List Done

Done

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Done


Design Features Simplify the ordering process Costumers can order their meals through menu APP by themseles even thought there’s some personal requirements.

Works on touched table The screen shows on the table instead of ipad, and after finishing ordering, the screen will vanish.

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Shows Ingredient clearly This menu APP shows each ingredients seperately in every meals so that you can totally know what you eat.

穆勒經典三明治

salt

正常

Customized This technology makes customized service easier and less troublesome.Through this menu APP, you can chang each ingredient and seasoning by yourself.

草莓嘉年華

穆勒經典三明治 鞋麵包

全麥麵包

sugar 培根

salt

正常

正常甜

半糖

無糖

香腸

無 茄子 紅蘿蔔

碗豆

草莓

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奇異果

香蕉

番茄


user interface design

Moleskine Journey It’s an APP that helps you recording and reviewing your life. According to Moleskine’s brand concept, it’s not only a simple notebook but also an important partner that helps you record your life. As you enjoy recording everything in your daily, I find out that most of people have a habbit of sorting. So, I defined each documentary in “Moleskine Jour ney” as a jour ney. Each jour ney has it’s own unique personality.

Recipe Journal Legendary Notebook

Legendary Notebook Legendary Notebook

Ruled Notebook carnet da voyage

Ruled Notebook carnet da voyage

2014

Discipline Cross Branding Design

Media Ipad Mini

Self-authored Project

Cooperation Moleskine

Work Delivery APP

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About Moleskine

Legendary Notebook

Ruled Notebook carnet da voyage

2014

Brand concept Moleskine is a brand that identifies a family of notebooks, diaries, journals, bags, writing instruments and reading accessories flexible and brilliantly simple tools for use both in everyday and extraordinary circumstances, ultimately becoming an integral part of one's personality.

Culture

Mobile Identity Creativity Imagination

The Ideal Partner of Life

Records Ideas and Emotions

Make the journey more complete

Imagination Travel Memory

Unique Personality

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User Survey

User

Brand Loyalty more then half person agree Moleskine’s concept

9 Female

6 Student

2 Mother

1 Male

1 Artist

1 Artist

Record Form

8/10 7/10 6/10

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

3.5

5/10 3/10 2/10

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Questionnaire According to ___ to categorize?

other 3% feeling 2% location 4% person 8%

35%

other 3% feeling 2% location 8%

23%

mood 15%

12%

37%

mood 2%

genre

other 5% feeling 9%

20% cafe

content

35%

mood 17%

genre

Where do you often record? 20% classroom

28%

person 6%

time

genre

35% desk

content

person

content

time 10%

21%

15%

When do you often record? 23% every night

46% anytime

15% computer

10% anywhere 13% every morning

18% in class

Do you have a habit of sorting? Yes

No

63% 找

38%

37%

不喜歡 雜亂

回顧

32%

30%

麻煩

61

57%

不知道如何 定義類別

分類 沒有意義

27%

16%


Flow Chart first page

home

camera album

camera

new page video

journey

time

tag

form

done

done

done

done

album

time

form

tag save

other

search

cancel

time

tag

form

tag

Wire Frame 10:00 AM

3G

100%

JOURNEY

10:00 AM

3G

100%

TIME

10:00 AM

3G

TIME

2013/12

TAG

100%

FORM

2013/7

ďŹ nger

2014

2015

2013/8

DONE

3G

10:00 AM

100%

10:00 AM

3G

100%

SEARCH

10:00 AM

3G

100%

TAG Person

Learn

Life

10:00 AM

3G

TIME

Mood

TAG

100%

FORM

Page

Journey

Time

Tag

Form

photo

DONE

3G

10:00 AM

HOME

100%

3G

10:00 AM

NEW PAGE

100%

save

10:00 AM

3G

100%

TAG Person

Learn

Life

10:00 AM

3G

62

10:00 AM

3G

TIME

Page

DONE

100%

FORM

Mood

Photo

Video

TAG

100%

FORM


Research to Design

Review

Revord

Partner

Unique Personality

Classify

Make the journey more complete

Moleskine Journey

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Design Features

Personalized Setting I defined each documentary as a journey.When you use this APP ar first, you can named your own title and even draw somthing to make your journey has it’s own unique personality.

3G

10:00 AM

100%

10:00 AM

3G

Brfore brfore Journey journey

3G

100%

please sign your name here please sign your name here

Let’s create your own journey

and write and write down down the the date date today today

enter

10:00 AM

Before Journey

100%

10:00 AM

3G

After Journey

please name your journey

100%

How long will your journey take? ‘s journey

and and draw draw the the weather weather today today

2015.4.11

say something toto yourself yourself say something

you will receive your identity card after finishing your journey.

start

STEP 1

STEP 2

STEP 4

STEP 3

Records 3G

10:00 AM

100%

3G

10:00 AM

New Page

10:00 AM

3G

100%

save

享受一個人的旅行-鄉村小鎮

person learn

life

今天去了遠方小鎮的花園玩, 有很多人在那溜狗,我也很開 心的和狗狗們玩

,下次有機

會還要再這樣一個人去冒險!

done

STEP 1

STEP 2

STEP 3

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100%

Tag

mood

10:00 AM

3G

Home

2013.3.18 2013.3.17 2013.3.17 2013.3.16 2013.3.18 2013.3.17 2013.3.17 2013.3.16 2013.3.15 2013.3.14 2013.3.14 2013.3.13

100%

享受一個人的旅行-鄉村小鎮

STEP 4


Reviews Easily You can find your diary by times, tags, and forms.

3G

10:00 AM

100%

3G

10:00 AM

Search

100%

10:00 AM

3G

100%

Tag

person learn

life

time

Tag

100%

10:00 AM

3G

享受一個人的旅行-鄉村小鎮

form

date

2014 title 2014/6/30

journey

10:00 AM

3G

mood

2014.4.11

Tag

title 2014/5/22

2014/5/22

2014/5/22

2014/5/22

2014/4/11

2014/4/11

2014/4/11

2014/4/11

今天去了遠方小鎮的花園玩,

form

有很多人在那溜狗,我也很開 2014/4/11

2014/4/11

done

享受一個人...

2014/4/11

title 2014/3/2

2013

心的和狗狗們玩

,下次有機

會還要再這樣一個人去冒險!

say something about it today......

Review times :

STEP 1

STEP 2

STEP 3

STEP 4

STEP 5

Classify by Icon I choose images instead of words because images are more instinctive to express our feelings than words.

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edit


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Project for Fun

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Pop Art Makeup Laboratory

Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAIhuKrEAzM&list=LLRh9kzN6Uk7p1Bk8PyTgUDA&index=35

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Color Cook

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