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1 egg, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 cup all-purpose flour, 2 tablespoons water

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30 Day Drawing ChallengeDay Eleven:  Turning Point in Your Life
I was going to be witty and say that gastrulation was the turning point in my life, which is true, but it’s true for everyone, ha ha.  So the major turning point in my conscious life would really have to be my internship at Pixar last summer.
Pixar makes extraordinary movies, sure, but the people there are just really fantastic.  I was blessed to learn about 3D and the production pipeline at a major animation studio, but I was even more blessed to get to know some awesome people.  Like Michelle!  Go say hi, she’s amazing.  ♥  I don’t know where I’d be without her.
I guess, everyone was just so helpful and kind, and passionate about art and life.  It was a needed break from the drama and competition of college, and that was when I decided that was the type of person I want to be, and the type of people I want to be surrounded by.
Before last summer, I was pretty dead-set on becoming a doctor (a pediatric oncologist, since I was like, 10!).  And now I’m working toward art as a career, hopefully in the animation industry.  It’s super nerve-wracking, but exciting as well.  It actually took me some time after the internship to come to terms with wanting to pursue art, just because with something like medicine, you directly feel like you’re helping someone and impacting their life.  But then I realized, art does that too, yeah?  Art is what makes life worth living.
With that huge wall of text over with, check out other people who are participating!asunchild, perihare
P.S.  This is a re-working of the first sketch I did during my internship, I think I did it during lunch, ha ha. 
Teenage angst.  >___>
Was everyone else really as alive as she was?
If the answer was yes, then the world, the social world, was unbearably complicated, with two billion voices, and everyone’s thoughts striving in equal importance and everyone’s claim on life as intense, and everyone thinking they were unique, when no one was.