Saturday, February 28, 2009

Drawings and Careers

Hey guys, sorry it's been so long. Last week I went to San Fransisco on Thursday and Friday so I could attend Andrew Bird's concert. Which by the way was even more amazing than this video of him. But the trip really threw me off schedule, so I had a ton of homework and, counting the Friday I was gone, I missed two weeks of blogging. Anywho, back to the post.So here's the picture part of the post. This is actually a picture I drew on a paper tablecloth at a restaurant. I have a thing with masks, hidden personalities and depressing drawings all of the sudden, I wonder why... I'm not really sure what I was trying to convey, I mean it was just a doodle, but the writing above it says," Watashi wa dare?" meaning," Who am I?"
And here is my first and hopefully not last finished work in the art of Photoshopping. You see, I really enjoy fixing and altering photos, and I think it would be perfect to do that as a career when I'm older. It's the cutest picture of my dad when he was around six years old, but you couldn't see it in the old photo. It was all cracked and flaky and... I'll just let you see for yourself.
See the difference? I'm really so proud.

I was also going to show you some more pictures, but I couldn't find my notebook, so,
~See ya!~

Friday, February 13, 2009


Wow, this is a first! I actually finished a project. And, I love it so much! If you can remember that far back, I started collecting soda can tabs so I could make this awesome belt. It only took me a couple hours to make, and it's not as complicated as it looks, especially when you get the hang of it. This ribbon is also so adorable!
Here is another picture I drew. I mainly took it from a dream that I had about a goldfish that I picked up from its bowl, but it died because I did. Not really sure what that dream is supposed to mean...
And last but not least, Here is some random clothing designs. Those in the corner are white frilly shorts. I really love the look of shorts that kind of poof out. the other is just a dress that I imagined right before I fell asleep a while ago. In case you can't tell, It's kinda inspired by Batman.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Who is the real Sophie?

This is my latest drawing. The girl in front of the mirror is the mask of Sophie, the school's "Bad Girl". she happens to look inside the mirror this special day, and sees what she really is, a frill-loving, girly, non-punk girl. I just thought this was a good subject for my type of drawing.

In other news, here I am, finally progressing on my sewing. Here is my half-embroidered chubby mermaid doll face. She's going to have brown hair with blonde high-lights, a leopard print tail, and a black clam bra. She's a little odd compared to most mermaids...
~Alright, that's it!~

Monday, February 2, 2009

Resolutions and Catching-Up

Okay, so, I definitely have some catching up to do. In the last however many weeks, I went camping, and... that's actually just about it. I haven't really done any arts, but, I am planning on making a new formal wardrobe, and I just started embroidering a face for a chubby mermaid doll I'm making.

All this leads to my first topic, a resolution. I have noticed that I don't really post very often, so I am making a day that I have to post on, probably Friday. I will ,though, post sooner if I finish projects sooner, but just don't expect a post every day.

Now for the Catching-up. I went camping in Yosemite for the very first time! It was beautiful. We hiked up to the lower Yosemite Falls where we climbed the fallen rocks till we were about fifty feet from the falls. You could feel the mist on your face. We also took some fun pictures, which I would like to show you, but Blogger won't upload them, so I'll have to get back to you.
~See ya when It's working!~