Fauzan and Remy
I never actually conducted any formal quilling classes before. I never was much interested in conducting one either. Never really had the time to actually do it seriously. But whenever anyone is interested to learn about quiling from me, I'm more than ready to teach them, informally that is. And this is one of the examples of me teaching a couple of my "informal students" at a local supermarket hihi! This just goes to show that if you are really interested to learn, you can learn it just about anywhere you like.
As long as you have the passion, you have the positive attitude, you can do anything your heart desires. And these two students have all that. It's a blessing for me to teach people who are passionate in what they do. :)
Haha...Remy put one of my quilled flower on his head as decoration. So funny! :D
Fauzan is a Bachelor of Science in Biology Conservation graduate and currently loves to make handmade pop up cards in his spare time. He now loves to apply quilling on his cards as well. Although he is still new at it, he has his own style of making cards that is in my opinion pretty fun and cool :).
Remy is a chemical engineer student who is in his final year and currently on his semester break. His best buddy Fauzan has managed to influence him a bit on quilling and now he is very much interested in it. A fast learner and very enthusiastic I must say, just like his best buddy :).
I really had a great time teaching them today all kinds of techniques in quilling. Randomly teaching them the basics on how to create quilled flowers, leaves, stalks, and etc. Remy has even sparked a pretty good idea for me to try out tonight. A new kind of flower using the husking technique! Thanks Remy for the idea! I can't wait to do it :).
Sometimes, your own students can inspire you and push you to go further. You'll be surprised at the end of the day on the impact they can give you. I've definitely been inspired by these two and I hope I have inspired them as well to quill with a lot of passion :).