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Frankly, I the inaccessability of a scanner has killed my online art activities. Granted, my RL art activities haven't been too active, either. I've been digitally colouring something I drew a few months ago, but it's a new process to me, and it's taking a while. Expect a list of excellent tutorials from fellow Deviants when I'm done. :)
My photography's been non-existant, my pencil-work has been minute, and until my friend challenged me to some writing excersizes, I hand't written since mid-december. Bad little artist.
I think about writing a lot. I go through phases, really. Sometimes the world is made up of lines that I can capture if I'm diligent enough with my pencil. Sometimes It's made of colours and light that can be caught on film if I pay attention. And sometimes, like now, it's made up of millions of words, screaming to be expressed.
Maybe I'll actually finish that book I worked on for NaNoWriMo by my self-imposed deadline of July at this rate. Who knows...
I've taken so many quizes today, most with expected results - but this amused the hell out of me. Quizes always make me out to be so much nicer than I think I am. Not this one. :)

Big Five Word Test Results

Extroversion (50%) medium which suggests you are moderately talkative, outgoing, sociable and interacting.

Accommodation (27%) low which suggests you are overly selfish, uncooperative, and difficult at the expense too often of the well being of others.

Orderliness (35%) moderately low which suggests you are, at times, overly flexible, random, improvised, and fun seeking at the expense of structure, reliability, work ethic, and long term accomplishment.

Emotional Stability (47%) medium which suggests you are moderately relaxed, calm, secure, and optimistic.

Inquisitiveness (64%) moderately high which suggests you are intellectual, curious, imaginative but possibly not very practical.

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Mmmm, so much change everywhere.

But who else can make them believe?

It's been a while since I last made any sort of motion here at all. Not for lack of art - my photos are piling up, and I've started not only a new sketchbook, but a new comic. Instead, my abscence has been one entirely created by fear.

I have been, my whole life, a creature of intense passion. I have spent an equal amount of time as a person so incredibly afraid of failure that I never could take a step forward.

My friends have died, they have changed and become people I don't know, they have gotten married, and sometimes they have simply grown closer to me. I've watched them grow up, branch out, and do amazing things I envy.

And yet I stand still.

I find deviantART in a strange form - upheaved, uncertain, and angry. I find it familiar and uninviting. But you know what? I joined this place to give praise and commentary to artists - knowing how much the same means to me. I came to find inspiration for the passions I hold dear. deviantART still fulfills those requirements.

The true humour? I have spent the last five hours staring at an unwritten sentence, then I come here and spew this into my journal. What better proof?

So that's my position - because I feel I have to show mine. I am an opinionated arrogant hctib, after all. It would be uncharacteristic if I didn't share my thoughts.

Angry Fairy Blessings

Thu Apr 14, 2005, 3:05 AM
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It was her birthday just a minute ago. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

Fooie. In the silver lining... my best friend has survived another year! She is officially two years older than me for the next few months! *huggle vibes to the Genesis Grey* I loves you, babe!

On to the black cloud:

Grrrrrr.

I thought moving out of your parents' house was supposed to make you some sort of responsible adult, and everything was supposed to be difficult, but at least it was yours. It was *supposed* to make me feel better, not morbid. I'm morbid enough, I don't need help.

Instead, my paycheck bounces, and I spend two horrific hours wondering if my rent check bounced. Then, my bosses laugh it off like it's no big deal. It's a gigantimous deal! I literally spend *hours* organizing every reciept to keep my finances in perfect order, and then boom! And they LAUGH. *snarl* Naturally, this also had to happen when I came down with a killer virus that had me laid out for a week. It took me hours to gain the energy to call my work to bitch them out.

And, on top of not having someone else to stress about rent and utilities checks, I've just realized a fatal error in my moving freedom - I now have no access to a scanner. Which means that all the beautiful pictures I've been agonizing over will never be seen by anyone other than Genesis! And while I love her... I want to share my art! That's half the bloody reason I draw it!

And, damnit, I finally found the Jack'o'Lantern I drew for Ruella again. It just needs to be scanned and coloured! *pout, pout*

Okay, I'm done ranting. If you made it this far, thank you for reading this venting of negetive emotions. May you always have someone to listen to you when you need it! *bless, bless, fairy dust!*

  • Listening to: "Eyes Like Twins" by the Wilson Phillips
  • Reading: Some treatise on witchcraft...
  • Watching: Sin City

The Missing!

Fri Dec 31, 2004, 4:30 PM
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The missing roll of film has been found! The lost pictures I took of :icondl: to use as reference for many, many drawings, have been discovered and developed, so now I may use them for mad, mad art. Also, there were some lovely flower photos at the beginning of the roll that I'll be uploading as soon as I get a few minutes with my 'puter.
Sadly, my video card is dying. It overheated a while back, so now it won't turn on sometimes. Sad, really. I can't actually afford a new one right now, so I just have to hope it holds out until I can. In a month or so.
So, scanner and video card on the fritz makes it difficult for me to do art, let alone be online. I'm trying!
Hope you all have a happy new year's celebration, and that I'll get to see more art in the near future!

  • Listening to: "Surreal" by Hamasaki Ayumi
  • Reading: The Wayfarer Redemption by that chic...
  • Watching: Phantom of the Opera/Lemony Snicket

*blink* *blink*

Tue Oct 5, 2004, 10:44 PM
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So... I had planned to do something fun when I rolled around to 1000 pageviews.. And then it happened when I wasn't looking! So I will do something to commemorate this thing.
Thank you, you lovely people, you!

  • Listening to: "Beyond Your Limits" by DJ Fright
  • Reading: Sex With Kings by Eleanor Herman
  • Watching: Argento Soma

Comedy Fright and True Horror

Sun Oct 3, 2004, 10:41 PM
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On _The Forgotten_:
The review on Fandango.com doesn't make this movie sound particularly intruiging. The twist, as it were, is given away early and emphasized by some very neat CG effects. Despite that, I found the movie very entertaining. It mixes up Drama and Horror genres well without actually leaving Thriller territory. I enjoyed Moore's character the most. (Fortunate, as she was the main.)
There were certain bits of dialogue that I found horribly weak, but not distracting. The end is where most of my problems in movies come from, but I haven't got one to pin on The Forgotten. It's ending was perfect. The best and strongest conclusion I've seen to a plot line in a while. Worth watching.

It is now October (as some of you may have noticed. :) ) I adore Halloween. No holiday is more fun, for me. So, even though I have dozens of projects to be working on, the one that will get precedence will be the Halloween series. The media I use will vary, because some things lend themselves to certain freaky creatures better than others. So, have a suggestion of a supernatural beastie you'd like to see done? Ask away! I adore inspiration. ;)

  • Listening to: "Psychoanalysis" by Higgins
  • Reading: Sew With Kings by Eleanor Herman
  • Watching: The Forgotten

Happy Birthday, Paul

Mon Sep 27, 2004, 3:18 AM
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I've been incredibly lax in my commentary, and for that I apologize. I realized it was September about two weeks ago and I've been messed up since. It's not a good excuse. It's just my reason.
Today is Paul's birthday, and it's days like these when I think things like, "Some people are just not capable of wrapping their minds around death." I am one of those people. As long as I don't specifically think of the funeral or wake, I'm okay. I delude myself into believing that it was all a very bad dream and that he's just off enjoying his life elsewhere.
I'll randomly think of him during the day. Wonder what he'd be doing right then, what he'd think of things like Pikmin2 and the squirrel bobblehead I saw at the store. It's probably not healthy, and maybe it's not fair to him. But, know what? It helps me get up in the morning. It keeps me moving. And that's just gonna have to be enough.
So there's my psychological summary of mourning and one particular way to deal with it. If you feel this journal has been inappropriate and not topical, I'm sorry. But it's a journal, and what is it for if not sharing my thoughts?

In other news: Pikmin2 is very cute. I spent a few hours yesterday morning drawing, inking, and colouring (with Harly's Crayolas, blah!) some Pikmin that I intend to scan and upload this week. I also have a ton of photos to frame and upload. Hopefully, I'll also get a chance to comment on the poetic deviations I've been sitting on. Good stuff.

If you haven't listened to Braking Benjamin, and you're a fan of angry rock or ballads, listen to them. The lyrics to the song I'm listening to follow:

"Forget It"

It's a crime you let it happen to me
Nevermind, I'll let it happen to you
Out of mind, forget it there's nothing to lose
But my mind and all the things I wanted

Everytime I get it I throw it away
It's a sign, I get it, I wanna stay
By the time I lose it I'm not afraid
I'm alive but I can Surely fake it

How can I believe when this cloud hangs over me
You're the part of me that I don't wanna see

Forget it

There's a place I see you follow me
Just a taste of all that might come to be
I'm alone but holding breath you can breathe
To question every answer counted

Just fade away
Please let me stay
Caught in your way

Forget it

It's a crime you let it happen to me
Out of mind, I love it, easy to please
Nevermind, forget it, just memories
On a page inside a spiral notebook

Just fade away
Please let me stay
Caught in your way
I can live forever here

Forget it

How can I believe when this cloud hangs over me
You're a part of me that I don't wanna see

I can live forever here

Thanks for reading. :hug:

  • Listening to: "Forget It" by Breaking Benjamin
  • Reading: Sorcerer Hunters vol. 5
  • Watching: Voices of a Distant Star

Garden State

Wed Aug 25, 2004, 1:58 AM
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Go. See. Garden State.

I wrote the following review for Harlequin, and just copied it here. I think it's safe for public consumption.

It deserved it's film festival award, but not it's 'R' rating. It was damned good. The art direction and casting were very nicely done, and the the acting was fucking fantastic - particularly on the part of the leads. All of the characters felt very full and real. The beginning of the film wanders a bit, but the main character - Andrew - who's life we're suddenly plummeted into, is very lost at the beginning, so it works.

The progression of the plot is beautiful. The whole movie really feels like you just walked into someone's life and started taping, yet it manages to steer perfectly along it's message of living and being and all the things connected to that. There were several fantasticly quotable lines. By the middle, I was so enamored of the characters that I didn't feel like I was intruding on a stranger's intimate moments when they kissed.

The only bit I didn't like was an oddly panned shot in a quarry towards the end of the film. I'd say it was a thoroughly uplifting and depressing piece of cinematography.

  • Listening to: "Let You Down" by Three Days Grace
  • Reading: Sex With Kings by Eleanor Herman
  • Watching: Garden State

Passionate Confidence

Wed Aug 18, 2004, 11:59 PM
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"Somehow I can't believe that there are any heights that can't be scaled by a man who knows the secrets of making dreams come true. These special secrets -- curiosity, confidence, courage and constancy -- and the greatest of all is confidence. When you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way, implicitly and unquestionably." - Walt Disney

Got that in my e-mailbox the other day, from Floyd Maxwell's nine quotes mailing list. And it made me go, you know what? Yeah. Fuck, yeah. I've been miserable for a bit over my entire lack-of-job situation. Which I got myself into based entirely on a principle. (I point out that I feel no remorse over having lost my job, I just don't like being without one.) And my conflicting senses - on the one hand I've been raised to believe that I have to be successful and famous to be happy. On the other hand, my personal belief system states that I only need to be *accomplished* to be happy. Having accomplished something does not make me aa prosperous individual.

It's more like this: I love the written word, and my passions lay almost exclusively within the world of storytelling. I would *adore* the chance to make a living off of my stories, and I *will* do anything honourable to achieve it. I've got forever to do that. What's important, however, is that I tell my stories - that way I can believe that someone loves one of my characters as deeply as I do characters like Keleios or Riggaletto. I only need one person to be happy with it. So I believe that I've already reached that one person, and that every day I'm working to add one more. And one more. And thus I am an accomplished individual.

So, really, being jobless is nothing more than an inconvenience that will shortly pass. I love positive thinking. :)

  • Listening to: "Surreal" by Hamasaki Ayumi
  • Reading: Sex With Kings by Eleanor Herman
  • Watching: Good Will Hunting

Photographic Obsession

Sat Aug 14, 2004, 4:02 AM
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I haven't submitted a whole lot of 'traditional' art, lately. I've been drawing, I just haven't been finishing anything. I really don't take that many pictures... I just hoarde them.
It's almost shiny enough outside that I can start snapping for my Golden Leaves Falling project again. I got some good shots last year, but not exactly what I was looking for. There's a state fair coming up with a photography contest... I was encouraged to enter, but now I'm not as sure. Paranoia, paranoia. I think I will. I just need to figure out What I need to do to my photographs to make them acceptable. Do I make them larger? They have to be mounted on 8x10 or 11x14 foamcore :wtf: and shrinkwrapped... So I guess to look good, I'd want them blown up to 5x7's...
You can only have three entries, total, in the 8 classes. So, I'm thinking... Portraiture (like everybody else...) Landscape, and flowers and/or open. I know exactly what I want to submit for Portraiture... I'm not sure I'll enter the other two. Their rules are a bit complex... I wish I'd thought of this a month ago. :) Ah, well. Looks like I'll be running about willy-nilly tomorrow, looking for all the things I need to have. I'll make the other photographer I know go with me.

</rant>

  • Listening to: "Surreal" by Hamasaki Ayumi
  • Reading: Sex With Kings by Eleanor Herman
  • Watching: Good Will Hunting

Meanderings of a Migraine

Wed Aug 11, 2004, 5:48 AM
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Anyone know a good paint to use on the body of a My Little Pony?

D'you ever come across something you know you wrote because it's your style, but you don't remember doing it, or where it was going? Yeah... I have this problem a lot. I've wanted to write, lately, but the inspiration's just not there. I keep pawing through my files of half-begun novels going, "No, not you.. hate you... like you, no idea what I was doing... no...nononono!"

Same problem with drawing. I have a billion and four sketches of Elsie and Gabriel right now. And a half-finished portrait of Gabriel that I'm doing from a photo-pose I took. But have I done my evil image of dl or finished those Lena pics? Nope...

I think my concentration is back on the inswing, though. I read two chapters of that book, a feat I haven't accomplished in weeks. And I wrote a poem. It's crap and I deleted it, but I wrote one...

Final note for the day? Boys in skirts (read: hakama), very sexy.

  • Listening to: "You Walk in My Soul" by Gary Numan
  • Reading: The War of Flowers by Tad Williams
  • Watching: Collateral

Purple Leaves and Green Flowers

Fri Aug 6, 2004, 5:16 PM
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I just feel like cackling madly. I'm a coward, and I think I'm okay with that, but it makes me laugh. :)
:icondl: is leaving me in 18 days! *sniffle* How am I going to stalk her if she's thousands of miles away? I'll have to hire a private detective to take pictures of her legs...
My scatterbrained quality has not left me, yet. But my friends and I beat Fatal Frame last night, and it was awesome. Just in time for the X-box release of FF: Crimson Butterfly, too! If you haven't played that game, I muchly recommend it. But don't play it alone.
My tree grew up when I wasn't looking... Okay, I was looking, I just didn't notice. I got this tree (Fred the Fig)... Winter of 1999 as a Soltice gift from my friend Dune. When I got him, he was maybe a foot tall, and half that in diameter (the leaves and branches, I mean.) Now, he's almost four feet tall, and over three in diameter. *sniffle* They grow up so fast!

Okay! Because :iconicyblues: told me to, and she's sweet, here we go:
I want everyone who reads this to ask me 3 questions, no more no less. Ask me anything you want.
Then I want you to go to your journal, copy and paste this allowing your friends to ask you anything.
  • Listening to: "You Walk in My Soul" by Gary Numan
  • Reading: The War of Flowers by Tad Williams
  • Watching: Fatal Frame (it's like a movie!)

A State of Affairs

Tue Aug 3, 2004, 5:16 AM
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Go read:
miss-misch.deviantart.com/jour…
It's a poem in :iconmiss-misch: 's journal. Then read her gallery. She has an enrapturing send of word and rhythm that I don't think I will ever get over.
(Sadly, I'm a horrible person, as I rarely can think of anything to say over her breathtaking work. 'Wow,' never seems good enough.)

Overall, I've been pretty lame on commenting this month. Ever have one of those times where... Ah, I can't even explain it. My mind is blown, that's all I got. My concentration is shot, my sense of artistry is lost (along with the film roll I took to help me find it). All I can do is try to focus and piggy-back on ideas I had before to get my rhythm back - and hope the infatuation passes before I get myself into trouble.

To that end, I'm drawing some images I've got sketched, and hope to finish those that are half-complete. I've got a few articles of clothing I want to make for a friend before she leaves for college out of state, but she needs to come get measured! *hint, hint - nudge, nudge* And I'm putting together photo albums. I've got some photos I need to manipulate for fantasy purposes, and I've got thirteen complete deviations on my HD ready to go... whenever I get around to it.

I hope to be back on track soon! And I apologize for being a lazy bum. :)

PS - I really liked the Village.

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  • Listening to: "Furnace Room Lullaby" by Neko Case
  • Reading: The War of Flowers by Tad Williams
  • Watching: The Village

Close your eyes and Breathe

Wed Jul 28, 2004, 10:13 PM
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Wheeee, zoom. So... Today is the best day of every year. My friends have me on a schedule. I love them. They're fabulous.

I haven't been reading (other things) a lot, so I'm encouraging you to do it.
Visit the following artists and read their work:
:iconicyblues: & :iconairmonkeys:

Now, the reason I haven't been reading on DA as much as I normally do, is because *someone* had to go and loan me a damned fine book. And it's taking up my life! Not because it's 600pgs long, or because I'm also playing City of Heroes all the time. It's taking up my life because every bloody chapter inspires me to some philisophical rant on the nature of magic, thought, or human actions. It's fantastic! If you haven't read it, I suggest you do so.

And, with fabulous timing, the science fiction book club sent me the Tales of Otori series I ordered! *happy dances* I can't wait to read those. And Books of Magic! Oh, so much beautiful literature and thought-provoking artwork to fill my life. I could be a happy artist if I hadn't been raised to do something 'acceptable'. But I think I can learn to live with the guilt. :)

Good Times. Hope everyone's having fun. :)

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  • Listening to: "Blood of Me" by Heather Nova
  • Reading: The War of Flowers by Tad Williams
  • Watching: The Labyrinth!

Obsessive Compulsive Much?

Sat Jul 10, 2004, 4:08 AM
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She's finished!
I've been working on the same image almost exclusively since 8:30AM yesterday! www.deviantart.com/view/877113… Now, this doesn't actually mean that I spent... 18 hours on it. Not by any stretch of the imagination. Maybe more like 10 or 12... and she doesn't look like it, does she? Now I find the flaws... *shrug* I'll fix them later.
The point is! I love Steadtler pens and my new chara. She is much fun. Significantly less prudish than I'd prefer, but I can't win 'em all. The important part is that she's a rich artist and has purple hair.
And so! In honour of my fabulous opinion of my success at colouring something, and inking without destruction, I'm going to plug some peeps:

:iconpakori-stock: Who provide fantastic poses.
:icondl: Who is simply fantastic
:iconmiss-misch: Who has a beautiful sense of lyric.
:iconaaxte: & :iconlee7x: Whose photography makes me happy.
And last but not least, the artists that regularly inspire me to be better:
:iconfoolire: :icondevils-courtesan: :iconcoeykuhn:

Ta-ta!

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  • Listening to: "Imaginary" by Evanescence
  • Reading: Changeling: the Dreaming
  • Watching: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
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I've spent the last week intensively involved in the wedding of one of my ancient friends. (At the reception, we figured out that we'd known each other for ten years... eeeee!) And it was insane! I created her dress and her mother's dress (and patched together a very american kimono for me at the last minute.) I hope to have pictures to share of them soon...
But it was cute, and she looked good, and he wore waders with his tux and danced disco to Stayin' Alive...

And then I woke up this morning with the hair at my right temple matted by blood. I have no idea what I hit my freakin' head on, but I'm glad I didn't feel it. Ugly, but no need for stitches.

Just wanted to share that...

Artistic correlation! I haven't actually got any.. working on colouring things with the 'puter. :icondl: gave me some tips on the fourth when we weren't partying like mice.

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  • Listening to: "Angel Eyes" by Sting
  • Reading: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • Watching: The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury

Photography and its related Headaches

Wed Jun 30, 2004, 5:38 AM
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Today marks the first time I've submitted any of my photographs to Devart. I take photographs as often as I drink Coke. (read: a lot more than I should) I'm currently jobless and broke, like a good little starving artist, so I haven't been able to afford film or developing. Which means I spend a lot of time staring at the photos I do have, and finally decided to make them presentable.

Which lead me to DevArt's Photography section and it's classifications. Which, being insecure as all lurkers are, daunted me a little. The Art Photography section explanation seemed to tell me not to submit my things unless I had any real talent. But the Snapshots explanation cleared that right up. I spend months waiting for the right season or for my cat to do the proper thing to fit my visions. Snapshots was not the place. And so I put things where I put them, and I hope I was right.

Aiight. End Rant. *dl is returned to me! Cheeringness!

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  • Listening to: "Angel Eyes" by Sting
  • Reading: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • Watching: The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury

Imagination vs. Application

Mon Jun 28, 2004, 2:15 AM
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Why is it that everything is more beautiful in my head than it is on paper? I'm going to take down that tragic excuse for a piece of art dedicated to the Holly King within the next month. For now, I'm leaving it there to remind me that crap is not acceptable. I think my artistic ability may actually be getting worse.
Or I'm not meant for anything other than pencilling. I think I'll leave the inks and colours to :icondl:

Silver Lining: My written eloquence is cooperating quite nicely, in this abscence of art. Maybe I only have enough creativity for one form of expression at a time? Now, if only I knew anything about the prose community, here. Research time!

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  • Listening to: "45" by Shinedown!
  • Reading: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
  • Watching: Matchstick Men

High Summer

Mon Jun 21, 2004, 6:51 AM
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Blah, say I! Blah!

So, I've spent much of the night drawing this image to celebrate solstice, and I was soooo happy with it.

And then I inked it.

And I want to colour and submit it, but i apparently drew with a lot more attention to detail, because my normal pen has destroyed many of the endearing details. So I might get it finished and up.. but I might just mope and go to bed.

As is, I inked 'In Her Glory' yesterday, and scanned it while I was drawing. So now the inked version is up... but I'm not sure if I should colour it or not...

And really? I shouldn't be spending such time on artistic endeavors, as in a little over two weeks one of my oldest friends is getting married and I still haven't finished the final touches for her gown... bad seamstress, bad!

I'll be good.. really...

As soon as I finish colouring. :D

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  • Listening to: "45" by God knows who...
  • Reading: The Lucifer Principle by Howard Bloom
  • Watching: The Chronicles of Riddick