Flying Star Wars Pencils
Keep hands over your ears (or maybe over your eyes) to protect you from what I am about to say (write) now: I hate Star Wars. Yes really; I’m sorry. For you. Not for me because I hate Star Wars and live perfectly without it.
Unlike my husband who has seen all movies a multiple of times, I have never seen one movie of it and I not intend to. I judge this because of only having seen three seconds and pictures which was enough for me to puke. Well not really, but then you get it better. That is; maybe not because if you’re a real fan of Star Wars you probably don’t really understand why I am anti-Star Wars.
I don’t really understand it myself other than it’s a logical fact. So no special information on this actually.
Star Wars skills
So initially I was not partying and buying all kind of Star Wars merchandise to subsequently swaying with a light saber all over the place poking people’s eyes out when Rajacenna decided to do a Star Wars drawing which technically was a very good choice because of the immense difficult amount of little details that should be drawn. At least I thought that was, and many other people with me, but apparently she was not very impressed by the for normal human eyes visible thousands (or maybe less) details when I asked her about it for this blog. “It was relatively easy to draw”, was her simple answer on this.
Like Luke Skywalker can fly above the ground and from planet to planet in his IFO (identified flying object) which is relatively easy for him (my husband told me), but certainly not easy for us, Rajacenna can let her pencils fly. And to make it even more Star Warsy-like, Rajacenna made a time-lapse video from the drawing process; just to make it relatively easier to watch.