"I don't consider myself to be the best... and I don't like compliments... They distract me."
Jag talar svenska. ( It's hard for me to write things clearly in Swedish... since it's my second language. But at least I try to be clear most of the time. )
I speak english.
Tôi nói tiếng Việt
You might've know me as SwedenLena, if so you already know who I am, if not, then I'll present myself.
My name is Lena Le
(aka `SwedenLena or Rena-chan).
I'm a Vietnamese girl but was born in Sweden and I live in Örebro. I am studying the aesthetics programme at upper secondary school, with art as my specialist subject. I'm just a young adult who has withdrawn from social life, often obsessed with internet, and lacked with nonverbal communication skills, which is why I have a speech impediment.
I don’t consider myself as “an artist" yet because there is still a lot I need to improve with it to become a better
artist but I really proud how much I have improved. I specialize in traditional art. But since then, I have experimented with all sorts of random stuff including manga/anime, photo-manipulations, and pixel art.
I want to put more effort into my arts and want to use my personal art style to make a difference in people's lives. My hobbies include drawing, listening the music, reading manga and watching anime.
Forgive me if I do not answer any comments expressing compliments. I'm bad at explaining things which it makes me feeling guilty for being heartless. That's why I'm not good at socializing and don't know how to reply or communicate with other people. May God's light shine upon you...
- Jimi Hendrix"I might have better artwork than you. But I wasn't born with talent either. I started too, at some point. Unskilled, like every other beginning artist. I got where I am now, by overcoming many obstacles. Both physically and mentally. I practiced a lot. And all of you are capable of doing that exact same thing!"
- DamaiMikaz “Artists instinctively want to reflect humanity, their own and each other’s, in all its intermittent virtue and vitality, frailty and fallibility.”