Deduce away~ I want to see if my desk says something I’m not aware of. Thank you.
I assume that you are female, as indicated by the make-up and the comb.
You are an aspiring artist, as shown by the sketch and the study of proportions. The graphic tablet leads me to believe that you are serious about your art.
An anglophile, evident from your desktop. However, you also seem to have an interest in Asia.
I can see a pencil with piano keys on it; maybe you play the piano? You definitely love music and listen toit while using your computer.
You might also have a love for fantasy books like the one one you desk: Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer. (An excellent book. I must add.)
I believe that you are an organised person, as the relative order of your desks shows.
I am afraid that I could not tell you anything that you don’t know yet…
Feel free to add where I have lapsed.
College student, fighting off a cold. Regularly does simple mathematics, perhaps for classes, more likely for personal finances. A close relative, most likely a parent encourages your artwork by giving you amusing erasers on decorated pencils which you never use but do keep, says you appreciate the thought or that they may come over and see that you still have it. A friend gave you the mouse, a close friend or possibly romantic attachment who you do not see any more. It is broken, but you keep it and keep using it. Sentiment. Now the anxiety. Clearly, as an aspiring artist there is bound to be some anxiety, but this is something new, something more stressful in your life. The printed page on meditation suggests something more serious, you didn’t simply look it up online, someone gave that to you, or you sought it out yourself. Similarly, the notepad, Hooray for today. Clearly not for yourself, it’s not been used and you have a multitude of paper with which to write yourself notes, not to mention a laptop and tablet. Likely the same relative who gave you the silly erasers gave you the post-its. You haven’t used them, possibly because you have no use of them, but more likely because you enjoy the message on top.
((Totally pulled most of that out of my ass, but it was fun! Lemme know how I did, please!))
Guess I’ll add my two cents worth. Obviously right-handed. Getting over a cold, which is already mentioned. Artist as a hobby. You have out a lot of effort into finding a model for your drawing and you have a tablet, but neither are professionally done. Someone who goes to an art school would have a sketching toolkit, a desk light and would be drawing from the arm and not from the wrist. Lives at home with parents. Has headphones plugged in: lives with someone, not alone or you wouldn’t bother plugging them in in your room. Artemis Fowl book: young adult. Not a college student, or there would be a) more empty coffee mugs or dishes evident and b) much more school-related books around. High school then. Benefits of Meditation article suggests taking Psychology. Make-up, comb (fine, straight hair, not too long) and eyebrow tweezers suggests mirror in room. Privacy while doing personal grooming - siblings? Presence of old-school pencils and gummy erasers also suggests living with parents. Tablet and laptop suggest you yourself are not a traditionalist, so who would be? The people you live with. Can afford Aser computer: middle class. It’s likely a gift, a high school student with a minimum wage job couldn’t afford it.
How was that?
I’m melting because oh my god that last deduction christ. ^
Let me just add: From the way the eye is missing from the mouse and and the pencils in the cup, you clearly like to handle things and picked at the eye on the mouse. The pencils you have in surplus, because you lose them or don’t use the same one over again. Computer, as mentioned above: New, good quality, the stickers are still on the top near the keyboard- you would have scraped them off if you’d had it long, or you’re being cautious and leaving them on in case it breaks and you need to get repairs, don’t want to throw away information you might still need. The Artemis Fowl book, while you plan to read it, the book itself is cheap quality (paper-back, flimsy) so it would be evident if you had read it, the front would be standing up and the spine would be just a tad worse for wear. So, not read it yet, plan to, or it wouldn’t be on the right side where you’ll pick it up when you’re done with homework/Tumblr. Conclusion: It was a gift from someone and you set it there with the intention to read it. Between that and the new computer, I’d say it was either a birthday or graduation recently. But anatomical sketches when clearly not an artist or art student suggest that you are still in school, so birthday.
Done. How’d I do? :D
look! it’s my desk <3 and everyone’s deductions about me~ (almost completely correct. I’m college.)