Bond — Senorita
Part of the songscribble BONANZA 7-18-14
What is it gonna do, melt my skin off? Burn me? Ha. Let it try.
Danyre then promptly dissects destroyers, harvesting their energy.
Levalk. Asura, Engineer. Geife’s mother figure. She’s quite the thing, having 12 kids and all… Who knows, maybe if she didn’t get so old there would be more.
Random completely insignificant and irrelevant secret about me.
My pink and thumb are slightly shorter than most standard small gloves, otherwise gloves fit perfectly! (I have pretty little hands and pretty little feet. >w<)
Actually, During my moving process now, I have my old art boxes out. Several of them are sealed. Old Art Box #1 was closed in 2004, Maybe it will be cool to crack that open again, and actually get to sift through my REALLY early artings. It’s a lot of Sonic-ings, just so y’all know.
I did do a thing that was just art progression back in 2009. Here it is or here is the link.
Fun fact: That first Alex the Cat drawing on lined paper is what I consider when I first ‘started’ drawing. I have it framed and keep it in my room.
Paeloo. Asura, Ranger. Geife’s father figure. Lost his ears through series of accidents while touring with the Vigil.
First and foremost, we closed on an apartment for me. Essentially everything is cleared and I start moving in ASAP.
Bad news is: no internet.
Above all else, nature abhors a vacuum.
Might seem a little familiar, that’s not entirely unintentional. Our villain for the Goutari, Void.
invinciblewonderbeast said: These are not lies. Lies are made with the intent of deception.
Ah but they are! The deception is to make you not care that it is a lie. A picture is just markings on a surface, it is not actually a figure or a landscape or an incredible saga of a young character through a harsh and cruel world; the act of attempting to capture a moment or feeling in some form is at least one step away from that moment or feeling, usually even more. We focus on what we want to capture and distill it, expand on it, give rise to new factors, but it will never be the moment we are trying to capture.
Lies can be a good thing. A mesh to filter things through. When you sift through a pile of dirt you may get caught up in how much DIRT there is, but if you sift through, removing the small excesses of mandan-ity, there are rocks, roots, maybe bits of trash, hidden in that pile of dirt. The bigger your mesh (the bigger steps taken from the truth) the more only very big things seem to matter. (This thought developed off of this circulated story and myself as I work the stupid yard and all it’s weeds.)
Another way to think of it is that life is noise, and there’s something being said in so many channels all the time from every direction. We filter it and have channel/genre systems to to sort better, and give a few messages at a time. We know what sort of thing we are tuning the channel to, but not really what the show will be about. Sometimes a channel will tell us something we wouldn’t expect from that channel, and that makes us curious to tune into the other channel we would normally think of, sometimes, you never can predict what each member of the audience will do.
This is just a thing I like to think about. It’s not some diehard philosophy. It’s kind of soft, and I’m willing to think of it in other ways. But we also do very silly stupid shit too, and how that fits into this mumbo-jumbo philosophy is something I need to think on too. (Also I have my dad’s bad habit of throwing a bunch of analogies around, and probably confusing people.)