Inside Out is one of my favorite movies and I thought it'd be fun to draw the emotions inside my mind. Joy is wearing my pink glasses and a plumeria (my favorite flower). I don't get mad very often so I figured the anger inside my head would probably be a girl. My adoration of the color pink dominates my brain rather than the purple landscape in Riley’s mind. The mind workers have sent up some memories of my childhood. One of the yellow orbs is my mom and me, the other is my best friend and I playing in the ball pit when we were little. The green orb is the time I was forced to eat watermelon. If you look out the windows you can see some of my personality islands (art island, Christianity island, writing island, and family island).
What does the inside of your mind look like?
Gorillas are the most entertaining animal in Disney's Animal Kingdom. When they aren't beating their chests, chasing rabbits, or flailing from a tree, they are putting buckets on their heads and strutting around like it's the highest fashion statement. And hey, who doesn't go 'aw' when you see a baby gorilla playing? Warning: the male gorillas emit a stench when they are frustrated, so don't annoy them.
How many hidden details can you find? Can anyone spot Flick from It’s a Bug’s Life?
One of my favorite rides at Disney's Animal Kingdom. How many characters can you find? Can anyone detect the hidden Mickey?
The boat to Disney Springs is ten times better than the buses. Fresh Florida air, tranquil music, and picturesque scenery. That's the main reason I prefer the boat, but also because it's in the open air, so if someone rudely sneezes (without covering their mouth), the germs will be blown away in the breeze. Sometimes the boat lines can be long, but I'd rather wait the extra time than be packed like a sardine in bus and have people bump, touch, or brush my very-sensitive introverted skin.
The scuba diver is Mike Nelson from Sea Hunt. Can you find any other old television actors in this drawing? Any Disney characters?
Out of all the fairy gardens I have ever constructed, this one was the most difficult. I couldn't figure out what to use for Spaceship Earth. Cut a hunk of wood off a log and glue metallic tiles on it? Nah, too flat. Paint a large Styrofoam ball? No, might not hold up to the outdoor elements. I was about to give up my garden as a lost cause, when my mom came up with a brilliant idea: spray paint a basketball silver! We painted it, but then it wouldn't dry. After letting it sit in the sun for days, the stickiness finally wore off. Now I had to figure out what to use for the base. I scoped the yard for useful junk and discovered an old side-table. My dad sawed off the bottom and bent the legs and behold! the Epcot ball was completed!
I hand-painted plastic preschool toys to look like topiaries.
During the festival, Epcot has artists painting throughout the park.
Mariposa is a self-taught artist who captures the glories of God's creation on canvas. She has a Ph.D. in creativity and a masters degree in imagination.
Aberdeen is a book-eating, ink-drinking dinosaur from the createtus period. When he isn't falling into plot holes or taking cover from the volcano of ideas, he's hanging out with Dee-Dee the doodledactyl. Read full bio