Art, Nature and my Bike

It has been 4 years since I've written stuff about my artworks(mostly digital), Now I have aged and have moved from one hobby to another, for the past few years I have sadly neglected my passion for graphics and Photoshop this was because I needed to get a life. I have worked in prestigious firms as a Customer service representative and in all those years I had forgotten to look at beauty and make works that I can be proud of.

In my days working, everyday travels were sadly, not cost efficient, stressful, time consuming, it was boring. I looked and saw my savior, It was a 125cc bike made by kawasaki! It solved everything!(being cost efficient is debatable since I needed to pay the dealer monthly + gas and gears) everyday commute was adrenalin filled, it slashed my travel time to half (aaah.. more sleep!) and stress? well, the roads and motorists here can kill you in when you forget brakes and side mirrors but hell, it made me feel alive! (even though I almost got killed thrice riding the thing) this 125cc beauty had made my life worth living (forgot about my wife there, yes I got hitched a couple of months ago).

So, this being an art blog(I got no new art! darn it!), let me show you my "slowpoke"  and it's versions.

V2 with upgraded seats, exhausts, rearset and wheels
Stock condition
She's a beauty right? spent a couple of hard earned bucks upgrading her and it was worth it! So moving from digital to real world art costs darn much but it's worth it!

V3 with Racingboy 3 spokes (unfortunately due to my accident the wheels seen here are under repair)
Moving from this bike to another matter, this bike has taken me to lots of places I dared not venture, it awakened the touring side of me that appreciates nature and travel and scenic routes and all. It got me interested in life.

The bike aside from being a nifty transpo in an overly crowded metro, has taken me to wonderful destinations, artworks in itself, sadly I'm lazy at taking pictures and I would rather breathe in and savor the scenes right before my eyes than tote my camera phone around.(buy me a go pro anyone?) Gained a few friends as well and I'm no longer the loner. Hopefully, future posts would consists of more rides and pics and I'll update with more pics as well!