CHARIS LEE YEAN YEAN
Methodist Girls' School (Secondary) (NJC AEP Centre)
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2019
You are beautiful
Drawing

After reading the “Throne of Glass” Book Series, I was greatly inspired by the pure, yet subtle, confident aura which the main character, Aelin, had around her. Aelin’s story taught me about courage and how to be comfortable in your own skin, for accepting yourself as who you are - regardless of your flaws or weaknesses.

I portrayed this through the illustration of “beauty spots” on the skin of the Portrait, and the elf ears, which represent the anomalies in us, the parts of us which are unique but sometimes try to remain hidden.

We should not be pulled down by our own ‘scars’ and flaws; rather, we should let them serve as a reminder of how we’ve been through tough times and emerged stronger.

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2019
You are beautiful
Drawing

After reading the “Throne of Glass” Book Series, I was greatly inspired by the pure, yet subtle, confident aura which the main character, Aelin, had around her. Aelin’s story taught me about courage and how to be comfortable in your own skin, for accepting yourself as who you are - regardless of your flaws or weaknesses.

I portrayed this through the illustration of “beauty spots” on the skin of the Portrait, and the elf ears, which represent the anomalies in us, the parts of us which are unique but sometimes try to remain hidden.

We should not be pulled down by our own ‘scars’ and flaws; rather, we should let them serve as a reminder of how we’ve been through tough times and emerged stronger.

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You are beautiful 2019 Drawing

After reading the “Throne of Glass” Book Series, I was greatly inspired by the pure, yet subtle, confident aura which the main character, Aelin, had around her. Aelin’s story taught me about courage and how to be comfortable in your own skin, for accepting yourself as who you are - regardless of your flaws or weaknesses.

I portrayed this through the illustration of “beauty spots” on the skin of the Portrait, and the elf ears, which represent the anomalies in us, the parts of us which are unique but sometimes try to remain hidden.

We should not be pulled down by our own ‘scars’ and flaws; rather, we should let them serve as a reminder of how we’ve been through tough times and emerged stronger.