Wednesday, November 24, 2010


Right after school today, I saw Tangled(in 3D x3) with a friend, Jessica, and her brother. In line to buy the tickets, I kept bringing up the subject of how surreal it was that the movie we've been for for a year is suddenly less than an hour away.

So there we sat, watching through preview after preview of these animated movies. We kept making fun of the Yogi Bear movie. And we complained about the children "expressing their reaction to whatever is going on a little louder than necessary". Okay fine, I admit it, I really hate it when children are in the theatre.

So, I'm not going into any details about the movie, because I don't want to spoil anybody. I'm just going to say that it was the SWEETEST and the BEST movie I've seen a long time. Not even my dear friend gripping my hand and cutting off all circulation in my fingers ruined the movie. Unfortunately, it was premiere day, so of course there were overly-excited children. Most of them did not like the ending(not going to say why, even though I LOVED the ending and it warmed my heart and made me teary-eyed), and well...they expressed their disappointment. Sure little children supposedly don't know any better, but c'mon, it's a movie I've been waiting for for A LONG TIME, so of course I'm going to fume it out if the children can't behave themselves.

But to sum it up, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT. I'm obsessively listening to one of the songs right now. The movie also introduced me to my new OTP: Flynn and Rapunzel. I haven't seen such a charming and sweet couple in such a long time.

Disney's Tangled artpiece at upper-right taken from the Tangled graphic novel.


Oh god, cuteness overload anybody?:


Saturday, November 20, 2010


I got a B- on the History test. Which is actually really good since the average was C-. And, because the tests in history are so hard, the teacher adds ten points to the grade(unless below 60%), so I technically got an A-. :} But B- is still in the top 5 or something. Sad or what?

OH AND TANGLED IS IN 4 DAYS. IT'S GOING TO BE MIND-NUMBINGLY BEAUTIFUL I BET. AHAHAHAHA, I CAN'T WAIT. Errr, ahem. Sorry, I've just been waiting for this movie for a REALLY long time, so it's surreal that it's about a half week away. :)

'Nother piece of Tegaki-e art anybody? I linked the thumbnail to my deviantart instead of my Tegaki blog because on Tegaki-e, the art piece isn't showing up on Internet Explorer. Already, I see how Tegaki can be a bit unreliable. :/

Thursday, November 18, 2010


Nothing like a date with a tablet and Photoshop to destress myself. :)

And is anybody else totally excited for Black Friday? On that day, I'm for sure going to wipe out the (upper level of) Urban Outfitters. It's 50% off clearance items from 9 to 10--at least that's what went on last year. I'm dying for new dresses from Urban Outfitters, and possibly a clunky necklace. I've always wanted a clunky neckace!

And I need more pants. x3
I might check out Wal-Mart afterwards, just to see how congested with shoppers it is. Last time I went, there was an ambulance in the front. e_e

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Spamming the internet with my crap #2


My art subjects are getting repetitive. Trillions of flower-themed girls much?

Okay, I need to stop my destressing time and jump back into the American Revolution. My mind kind of blanks out after the Navigation Acts, which is actually a CAUSE of the American Revolution. Not even IN it.


Sunday, November 14, 2010

Spamming the internet with my crap

I found an online drawing site called Tegaki E, made an account, and eventually did a quickie on it:

Drawing unseriously is my relaxation. Now I have to get back to seriously working on another piece on Photoshop. T_T

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Break, break, break, break, break

Finally, a school vacation after two months of non-stop school. No homework too. :D

We also finished up another movie in Piano class. It had Christian Bale as a Nazi. So hot. Oh, and it was about swing music and…uh…I forgot. I just remembered Christian Bale being sadistic.

No I don’t support Nazism or anything like that, just in case what I just said is seriously offending you.

And here's a quick sketch:

And a *complete* drawing:

I follow so many sweet lolita blogs, it's hardly a surprise I drew this. x_x

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Hur, hur Kanon Wakeshima

Obsessing over Kanon Wakeshima more and more:

Listen to Heroine Syndrome now. >3

By far one of the best Japanese artists I ever listened to. But I suppose that doesn't mean much considering it's coming from a person who avoids edgy music, and likes the weird, dark ones.
But seriously, isn't this an addicting song?

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Oh god.

I am a drawfag, like my sister said. OTL. Two weeks actively blogging here and I already provided practically a whole gallery's worth of pieces.
To support that:

A flower fairy that wasn't supposed to be a flower fairy in the first place. e_e Me and my frilly tendencies~

A dude that's not really a dude.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


Halloween on Sunday was rather fun. My friends and I did a very non-Halloweeny thing--which was go to Gildroy Gardens. However a lot of little kids went in thier costumes.
At first it was fun, just ridin' the little kiddie rides. Then we got hungry and blew eight dollars a dish at some Italian specialty restaurant there. (why am I always in the only Asian group at an Italian restaurant?) Even if it was eight dollars, it was still too much food for me, but I somehow choked it all down. We went on a garlic spinny ride immediately after and it was AWFUL. It spun too fast, everybody could feel the food solids hitting the walls of their stomachs and traveling up their throat, it was just...FFFFUUU. Nobody vomited luckily, and we were very reluctant to go on another spinny ride.
Then it hit us. Every. Single. Ride. Spins. We could survive Great America(which isn't that bad in the first place) but not a garlic-themed amusement park. Lovely.
We went on nearly every ride anyway, even the only "roller coaster" there, which surprisingly didn't give us as much of a lump-in-the-throat-feeling as the spinny rides. It wasn't much of a thrill ride anyway, the only thing exciting was that it went really fast. And the carts were rather tall, so that eliminated the fear of falling out during the ride.
My favorite part of the day was going on the paddle boats shaped like ducks and swans. The first time around, my friend and I could barely paddle the entire length of the pool-lake thing. We kept going around in circles or hitting rocks or even hitting another boat. I could see my other friends on the docks laughing. :<

Ah, I hope my friend uploads the Gildroy Garden pictures so I could steal it from her. 8>

Then 3/4 of us went back to a friend's house where we printed out last-minute masks for Halloween.(I already had a costume, but I was too lazy to go and get it)

My friend--Pedobear--kept saying 'Hi' to the little kids that passed by and commenting(really loudly) on how cute they looked. She would've done it with or without the mask though.
We went out for 20 minutes and got tired. We got a decent amount of loot though. Pedobear however, ate about nine Dum-Dums in under ten minutes.

And chapter 66 of my favorite manga(Vampire Knight) came out today. ;w; :