Sunday, January 31, 2010


I don't like real life drama, but TV drama is okay.

A friend told me about the live action drama of the Wallflower (Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge) and I was curious about how the characters are played. I watched the first episode and was eerily charmed by the camera-made drama boys. @_@ I took a look at their real life pictures and they're not as pretty pretty as they are behind the video camera, but still pretty pretty (if that makes sense). If I'm ever surrounded by drama boys, I think I may have to call the Ghost Busters for help.

... Or maybe I'll run.

Behold: the heavily maipulated internet image of the Wallflower drama!

Friday, January 29, 2010


I haven't drawn with markers for so long that I almost forgot how to use them to make different styles of colouring with lines! I'm currently working on something similar to my 2006 art style. Hopefully the work will come out resembling the old art works yet have a style of its own. I'll be posting the finished work before the end of February.

I'm still working on Hetar and Don't Speak to Mice's story lines. Hopefully I'll be able to start Don't Speak to Mice in May and finish Hetar by the end of this year.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Sherlock Holmes

I was at the movie theatre yesterday and watched the latest Sherlock Holmes movie. The move was recommended by two friends: one who enjoyed it and another who said it's a good watch for people who don't mind a different approach to the usual Sherlock Holmes in the entertainment world.

I found that the movie follows its name well because the movie focused on both the mystery and the character Sherlock Holmes. The cast made the characters into their own and their acting is marvelous. I like how the music, props, and settings gave the right industrial London-esque atmosphere of a dark yet amusing mystery. The use of details in the movie were also well done.

I don't like how the beginning utilizes busy action scenes to capture the audiences' attention, but at least it works and wasn't too heavy. Overall, I believe Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes stands out because of its new approach of implementing humorous deviation to the name, but the humour is what lessens the movie's long-term impression.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Girl with Red Stripes

I have a dream book where I write down my most vivid dreams unless they are about eating food. I once had a dream about a girl with red striped clothing, accessories, and possessions. She lived everyday trying to figure out what kind of person she is and how people would react to her different actions. She later meets with the boy in black stripes.

The boy in black stripes was from another dream about a boy who wore black stripes and never made an effort to communicate with people unless necessary. The only people he likes to chat with are people from online networks, which is where he meets the girl with red stripes.

I know my dreams are--if it's the proper way to put this--emo, but when I woke up, I just couldn't get the stories and the characters out of my head. I'd see the stripes, but I didn't know what their faces looked like.

I had this idea of making 5 short comic strips about the two characters, but I never really cared to draw them. Then came a recent conversation with my friend Third about how the emo culture on the Internet seems to have died down. For some odd reason, I felt like drawing emo people--not comics. Now I am attempting to draw a satisfying set of emo people. ... Huh: I felt awkward typing that last sentence.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Julie A.

To Julie A. of My Story,

I read your blog and I like how inspiring you can be. I like how when you express yourself on your blog, I feel these different tingly feelings in my chest and the ringing in my mind depending on the subject. I am sorry if that last sentence was an odd read. I also like how when your words feel like words of despair, you come back with the same words but with the feeling of hope and strength.

I often think I think too much and I think I am thinking too much when I think you are thinking too much. Maybe if we both think a little less about the complications in our life, our lives will become brighter. That or I'm thinking too much to think straight.

I don't know if I should email you this message. This message is suppose to be a comment on your blog, but since your comment system isn't working, I didn't comment. If you do get this message in an email, hooray for me having guts to email it. I'm afraid of frustrating you or leaving you in despair because I find that you are a sensitive person full of emotions that are ready to burst into a rainbow with flavourful skittles flying everywhere.

I think you are a pretty person. I also find it very cool how you can completely change your image (looking at the photographs on the side bar of your blog).

Sincerely, Munyeen C. of Blurs of the Tired Eyes

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Voice Voice

GRAGR!! I don't think I can sing anymore after my throat heals from whatever I've got (if it ever heals). I may end up sounding like a static radio forever!

Monday, January 11, 2010


Sometimes, I find that a song sounds better in one language than another. This applies to Etyl's music. I remember finding her on myspace when looking for French music to listen to.

I really like how her voice blends perfectly with the instrumentals. Everytime I listen to her songs, it's like the song's emotions flow into my mind and heart. I cannot imagine them being in any other language.

Official site:


Going to restart updates in February. :D

Sunday, January 10, 2010


My sister and I each have a sore throat and father needed a check up, so we visited the doctor. The doctor checked my sister and gave her a perscription for antibiotics. She turned to look at me and insisted that I gained weight. =_= I thought: "that's what she said to me the last time I visited." I told her that I couldn't help it because I get hungry every 2 hours. She instantly replied not to eat as much. XD I would have laughed if my throat didn't feel funny. She examined my throat and said that it's only dried up and that I should put Vaseline in my nose before I sleep. Father's case is a whole different case that I should not mention in case he's reading this right now. O_O

I'm now in the impression that I gained weight. The only way to check properly would be through the scale and measuring tape. I will do that later.

Monday, January 4, 2010

What's lolita?

I don't understand what a lolita is anymore (except that there's a movie or something for it and the style is about elegance). When I see lace I usually mentally point and mentally yell "lolita!" But lately, I've been seeing lace used for other things that doesn't look lolita-esque to me but does to others. Then there are the stuff that has no lace and is considered lolita-esque by a number of lolitas on the net, and stuff with lace but is considered not lolita-esque because it's cosplay.

I tried re-assure myself that I know what lolita is to me by making self-proclaimed lolita-esque accessories like wrist wrappers and bows. It didn't work. I'm still unsure, because they look like cosplay accessories and at the same time, similar to the pretty day-to-day little girl stuff I used to dream of wearing. I've also got a room full of ribbons and lace thanks to my road to re-assurance. Hee. At times like these, I laugh at myself in public.

Friday, January 1, 2010

A New Year!

It's a new year everyone!

I plan not to make any new years resolutions because I find them pointless. Okay, I actually didn't know about new years resolutions until 2 years ago when someone asked me what my new years resolutions was. I didn't think it was important because people make goals at random times of the year anyways. That's just me though. ;D
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