About three days of work here.
Two witches, friends since they were toddlers, set off on their own with their skills of making charms. The best of luck to them.
Need more variation….! Quick little break doodles every now and then from the monitor, otherwise my eyes will tire out a lot faster.
It might be a while before I have any fleshed out digital posts, so I’ll keep my blog alive with sketchbook draws every now and then! Adult life is busy @__@;;
i never draw my characters anymore it seems
More sketchbook photosss (Florentine skyline, San Miniato, Bargello, San Marco, and Venetian vistas)
I can’t wait to have this fucking picture done.
Still can’t wait.
I didn’t know I was lonely ‘til I saw your face
I’m so grateful for the ability to copy and paste on my work. This building would’ve taken forever without it!
Juice Willis, a cameraman from “12 Years a Slave”:
[I love] witnessing an actor’s process on set. Seeing how they get in and out of character fascinates me. They’re like real life action figures. However Benedict Cumberbatch’s intensity was damn near unmatched whether shooting or not at Ford’s plantation. It was like 1:00 AM on a Saturday and we had been there for over 13 hours… in a fucking marsh, I’m talking insects the size of GI Joe’s, bats in trees, just horrible conditions for the crew. Steve and Benedict were inside of the mansion blocking the scene directly after Benedict cuts Chiwetel down. We’re all waiting on the porch ready to shoot and get the fuck out of there. Now normally while a scene is being blocked everyone must be silent. But since we were outside and tired, most of us chatted just to keep from falling asleep.
In the midst of our talking, Benedict kicks the fucking front door open. Everyone immediately shuts the fuck up. We’re thinking he’s upset cause we weren’t respectful to the process, you know, kinda like Christian Bale esque, (mind you he’s holding a huge shotgun) however due was still in character. He’s standing on the front porch slowly staring out into the night, looking over the 75 member crew, then creeps back into the mansion closing the doors. Lol we were shook! Or at least I was. Here I was whining ready to go the fuck home and and Benedict comes out looking ready to kill with the most immaculate hair lol
Just goes to show how professional and talented the guy is. To hold that level of concentration for that long is impressive.
Yeah believe the hype, he has a palpable presence on set. (x)
I have absolutely no idea what this is but I absolutely love it!
this is my new favourite post ever on anything
Monty Python’s Flying Circus… possibly one of the best things to ever air
- I want this story to be written
- I don’t want this story to be written by anyone but me
- I don’t want to write this story
4. I don’t know how to write
5. I need help
lessghost replied to your post “ Apologies to those of you I talked to a bunch at first and never…”
you’re hands down one of my favourite artists and people in general, I still have everything you’ve ever drawn for me on a bulletin board in my room uvu;; you’re golden.
Ohhh my gosh. I’m glad you still like my stuff and still like me!
You and your art amaze me, man. I often look at your work and go, “Dang, she’s so good and so young! Ahead of the curve, that one!” And I get a touch jealous but like damn dude, you’re awesome as hell.
Keep up the fantastic work ‘cause your shit is fucking rad.
I gotta draw you something new. What was the last thing I drew for you? Gotta update!