Posts Tagged ‘Art’


It Burns

May 19, 2010

So apparently today is the day that I’m one year closer to the day when I can be legally incarcerated everywhere. Looking on the bright side, it also means I’ll be able to legally drink in more places as well. Pros and cons. For some reason I find myself wanting to learn how to knit. My family will be proud to know how manly I’ve turned out to be.

I’m going to let myself slack off today, and will probably post the Saya no Uta review tomorrow (unless I finish it in the next couple hours, which could happen). Seeing as I want this post to be more than just the little I’ve said, I’m going to post some Sekien no Inganock art that caught my eye. I really love whoever draws these, it’s a great break from moe-blobs.

Here’s to hoping that 19 candles still isn’t enough to burn a cake.


I Can Has Arting?

June 2, 2009

After a far too large amount of time, I successfully was able to complete my first vector drawing. I can’t speak for others, but my vector “art” is really just days of tracing in Adobe Flash. Basically it’s art for a moron such as myself that can’t actually draw but has lots of time on his hands.
When we consider the fact that nowadays hanging a chair from a roof with a board nailed through it is considered “art”, I guess calling vectors the same isn’t that inconceivable. I’m pleasantly surprised at how it turned out, but wouldn’t mind learning how to digitally color things nicely. Methinks I’ll put the lineart up for download, so anyone that wants to try (and teach me :P) can do so.

Here’s a picture of the new b’dass sunglasses, by the way.

Spiffy, eh? The things are so light sometimes I forget they’re there, which is bad considering I’ve almost lost them already.

Judging by the weather outside I’m going to be playing tennis in the bowels of Hell yet again. Let’s hope I don’t melt.

Wish me luck,