Presenting… my decade-old doodle!

A few evenings ago, as I was reorganizing the files in my (very) OLD home PC — in preparation for transferring these to my (mala) NEW home PC — I came across several archived folders hidden deep inside the virtual recesses of my never-say-die harddisk.

Most of the folders contained very old word documents (from back when I was still with my previous organization), and a few text documents, which I suspect were originally created using DOS-based word-processing programs — hala… umamin na ang mga inabot ang Wordperfect days!

I definitely will go over every single archived document (once the spirit moves me)… But for now, while said spirit is still absent, I’ll focus first on the more fun “discoveries”…

Take this old (circa 1999) image file, for example. I don’t know how many times I’ve re-saved it for it to survive to this day, but I do recall taking several weeks to finish it — using a pre-pentium 486 PC with, probably, 32Kbs of ram, and a de-bola mouse.

Hindi talaga mahuhulaan kung ano ang pwedeng maging resulta kapag pinag-halo ang tripping, ang kawalan ng gagawin sa opisina, isang computer at ceramic na pigurin ng elepante 🙂


Presenting… my decade-old doodle!

2 thoughts on “Presenting… my decade-old doodle!

  1. isa lang ibig sabihin nyan..

    “ang taong magaling magdrowing sa pamamagitan ng mouse… ay isang taong… walang magawa!”

    hirap yan!

    Taroogs – amen, fellow BIG brother! 🙂

  2. Neex ay nagsasabing:

    Infernes mahirap gumawa ng ganyan gamit ang mouse at pc ha.. Galeng!

    Taroogs – pati nga ako namangha uli kung nakita ko siya — andami ko palang free time nun! hehe

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