Fleeting Thoughts: What are your dolls’ names?
Reblog and tell me!
Gerda, Ainan, Andrew, Scarlet, Nadine, Darin, Jessica, Estelle, Grace and Yashi.
Van, Archer, Phillip, Fabian, Mason, Mi-Ja, Hanwing, Kinney, Mark, Villam, Luke, Seijirou, Babe,…
Ashera, Rondel, Sayyid, and Sevaal.
Aeron, Drake, Melancholy, Nassir, Le peu (de lettre d’amour), Sehese
Oh oh oh I wanna play;
Adrian, Amery, London, Croydon, Kensington, Barley, Harmonia, Evelyn, Fenris, Kanja, Sylas, Finnian, Devon, Dryas, Rhodes, Ares and Chronos.
Alfie, Nell, and Liesel
and a floating head named William Appleman Williams
It looks as if Alfie’s shoulder is hurting…LOL *hides*
It’s a condition he has. His shoulder spontaneously dislocates every time he sees something that disagrees with his taste.
We’re all very proud of him for not letting his disability define him though. You go, crippled Alfie!
Sometimes I wonder if I’ve improved since going to college, since I spend a lot more time reading about art than I actually do with a pencil in my hand. That’s the nature of the liberal arts education I chose to pursue.
I think I’ve sort of improved, in the sense that things that used to take me a very long time (ie, drawing a face) now take substantially less time. But I feel like the overall quality of my work has remained about the same - it’s just easier for me to accomplish the same mediocre thing with less time and less effort.
I mean, it’s okay. Just gotta keep drawing.
NO TAKE THAT BACK I LOVE MOULIN ROUGE :(
I….really disliked it. Like, really disliked it. Not on the basis that is was a bad movie - because it wasn’t. The aesthetic - the over-the-top visuals and sounds and sights - just really isn’t up my alley. I also am really bad with musicals and am not sure I actually have the capacity to enjoy them.
I tend to have violent reactions to things that offend my aesthetic sensibilities, is all. :’D
my mother just bought a copy of The Great Gatsby with Leonardo DiCaprio on the cover
clings to the iconic cover illustration
also I don’t like Baz Luhrmann and his ~aesthetic of cinematic spectacle~ so
an opinion was had