October 14, 2010 § Leave a comment

Last night, I was looking on dA, and saw a tutorial on how to do water colors…which had me running around the house at midnight searching for paint and brushes…and this is what happened c:

I think I’ll be painting more often, as oppose to drawing with pens and pencils. This was free-hand, and it was fun! Look how pretty it is! ❤



October 11, 2010 § Leave a comment

Ohayo, (practicing my Japanese)

I don’t really know…I’ve been in a mood lately and hopefully I’ll come out of it soon because it is effecting my writing and blogging and such. And I can’t quit now, I just started O:< So yeah. What do you guys do to get out of a funk? I think I should listen to some happy music and get something to eat…I need a car so badly.

Off to practice my Japanese! Sayonara, for now ❤


the era of the strings

October 8, 2010 § Leave a comment

Not that I do any drugs at all; it’s just the word that describes exactly what this is for me. Once you listen, you’ll be AH-ddicted.

Violins are just about the most epic instrument there is! If you disagree, then here, let me put dirt in my ears….alright, go ahead, keep talking, I can’t hear you now. :p.

Here are a few violinists that will just make you….die? Is that alright? I wouldn’t mind murder by music. Especially if it was this…I’m gonna say it : ILL.

((I didn’t find this one, someone linked it to me, so kudos to them, not me lol.))

Fuuuuuunny stuff c:

Bond….Mozart Bond.

Still Fantastic

October 7, 2010 § Leave a comment


Fantastic Mr. Fox Movie Poster (2009)


Does anybody remember that one movie, about the fox, that came out last year around Christmas time? No? Well, that’s quite a shame. It was called Fantastic Mr. Fox, a movie based on the book by Roald Dhal, who is also known for his infamous works such as James and the Giant Peach and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which have both been adapted into movies by the same director, Tim Burton (whom I love to pieces <3)

It’s a stop-motion film; Wallace and Gromit as a reference, using puppets I think. It’s interesting to watch, their movements and such. The facial expressions are comical, and their personalities are just human, which may be trying to tell us that maybe we’re just…animals.

Alright, so quick jist of the plot, yes?

It’s about a fox (obviously) Mr. Fox (to you sir, yes you with the face) and he used to lead a life of stealing chickens and squabs (whatever those are…) until he and his Mrs. Fox, Felicity, get caught in a fox trap. While they’re scrambling for their lives form the farmers, who in this movie particularly just all out hate foxes (and for good reasons :p) Mrs. Fox makes her husband promise he’ll never steal another chicken, hen, or squab…

And so years go by, they have a son, and then…well, you could call it mid-life crisis, foxieh style c:

And so the fun begins. Yeah, that’s all I’m not too lazy to write about, the rest is up to whether you watch the movie or not.

My favorite characters in this movie were Ash, the son, and Kristofferson, the cousin on the mother’s side of the family.


Kristofferson (love that name) on the left; Ash on the right.



"We look good." "Yeah..."


*sigh* Maybe it’s because my brother watches it relentlessly that I’ve grown to love this movie. I’ve seen it too many times…but I feel like I gain something more from it each time I view it…or maybe I’m just easily amused in that way. Bah.

The voice cast includes:

George Clooney – Mr. Fox

Meryl Streep – Mrs. Felicity Fox

Jason Schwartzman (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World people….) – Ash Fox

Eric Anderson (brother of the film’s director) – Kristofferson Silverfox


and much much more, like Bill Murray and Owen Wilson…Willem Dafoe (the Green Goblin from Spider Man) c:

There are many reasons to see this movie; it was the second highest rating animation film, coming short behind the cute cute Up movie and yada yada yada. It’s a classic, just like the book, and it’s company c: <— The official website ; u ;


Check out the playlist too, on wikipedia —–>


Crack for the eyes.

October 6, 2010 § Leave a comment


This isn’t a critical review, nothing, professional, just me raving about those drawings below because they are epic.

Soooo….as you may or may not know, I’m a member of deviantart, that really artsy community website where you can post and share and all this other fun jizz. Well, yeah, here’s a friend of mine who’s also on there. He’s like…awesome (sssh, don’t tell him I said that….) . And he just got a tablet, so soon he’ll be taking over the world, and making people gasm from the eyes with his art work. :3


This is his style....he says he dosen't like it :I



Original artwork by Cayossj2; Bleach by Tite Kubo


Talented, no? I mean yes….hnnn.

I’m happy he let me (dreads this verb) blog about this. But I just want others to known about his talent; he deserves it, I think so at least.

You should REALLY REALLY check out his dA account, it’s awesome, specially if you’re a major Bleach fan! If you do, don’t forget to comment and fave! He’d like that I’m sure….or maybe not *shrug*

c; <—— The url for his dA account. Copy and paste it. Naow. :I

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

October 6, 2010 § Leave a comment


Explore the darker side unconventionally with Jim Carey and Kate Winslet


I loved this movie. I knew I would the moment I sat down and picked it out with my friend’s step dad, who, by the way, has excellent taste in indie films.

When I noticed it had Jim Carrey in it, I instantly thought, comedy, but no no, I was sorely mistaken. Carrey played a character that even I thought would be a stretch for him, and pulled it off just right. Ya know how quirky he is, right? Well, add to that some serious paranoia. His character is struggling to forget Clementine (Kate Winslet), the young woman who coaxed him into love, then so abruptly pushed him out of it. This movie was whimsical indeed, subtly adding science fiction to it’s genre, but it was relate-able and realistic. There was a pinch of Carrey comedy, but that didn’t over power the depth or seriousness. The romance was one that could be taken from today’s society. And what got me was that the director in cooperated these things into here and still managed to make this movie not only having the audience think, but feel, and day-dream.

There were a few down-sides; you absolutely had to keep up. Even at the beginning, you’ll notice how abrupt it starts, and the more you get into it, the more off-putting it gets, with spontaneous cut-aways and flashbacks for no apparent reason.

This isn’t a family movie. There was a lot of cussing, sexual content, drugs, and well…life. I don’t recommend this to watch on Disney Family night.

All in All, it was a very good movie, one that I keep as a diamond in the rough.



Kissing Clementine, with red hair...her hair colour varies throughout the movie x3



Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind movie poster


sugar cube

October 6, 2010 § Leave a comment


I'm the one with the not red hair



I’m new to this, please be kind.

I don’t really know what this blog is going to be about. Guess it’s a free-lance kinda thing.