I like drawing, though I still get stucked too often. I'll love to learn how to print the pictures I have in my mind just by using my hands and tools.
I like painting even more, but still have a lot to learn (I can't wait to give pastel chalks, watercolours and acrylics a try).
Also like making pictures of landscapes and people, but In all off this Im sort of a slow beginner.
I absolutely love writting and making things with polymer clay, specially food miniatures (Edit: Now interested in mastering doll art). And I consider myself pretty good at both things, although I could still learn some tricks.
Also like baking and cooking (vegan) dishes from all arround the world, trying new ingredients and techniques... Etc. But I must admit Im terrible when there's no clear messures in the sweet recipes, hahaha.
Molecular kitchen techniques are in my "one day" (not soon) list too.
Apart from art and cooking, my passion is white pedagogy (Alice Miller huge fan and pro-unschooling/non-directed learning kind of woman) and I would like to know more about how the body works, nutricion, special mental health, antiracism, feminism, or learning issues that need to be understood by society in order to include people... I love learning about almost anything that I did not learn to hate at school or high school.
Love watching social documentaries and more.
Edit: Also interested in photography but have no camera. Also interested in sewing, but do not own machine, also interested in upcycling, and a million other things.
Whatever I can do with my hands its something I am going to like doing, that includes permaculture and gardening, although I have not explored either of them yet. Also, sing language. Haha.
With languages I usually feel like a 3.y.o. in a candy shop, and always want to learn some new one, but as you can see, there is too much on my list to actually target one bullet point and start progressing.
Im a wants-it-all, does-too-little, im afraid. But things will change
I speak fluent english and native spanish, and am trying to make french (my level is something I call "frenchnish or frenchglish") and arabic (just started, 0 level) my new priority.
Went to holland some time ago, so Dutch is always welcome, even though is not a priority right now (begginer lever, btw).
Unable to sump up, as you can see, I don't know what else to tell
So I leave it here... Come arround!