This is honestly how I picture Juju and Bear in my head 80% of the time.
Sailor Moon’s ULTIMATE final form.
Sailor Moon was my gateway to anime. In middle school I was obsessed, I would get up at 6 am to watch it and usually miss my bus to see the whole episode. We didn’t have a computer and the internet wasn’t commonplace yet (I’m OLD) so I had no real way of getting my hands on new SM episodes or movies.
Every once in a while I’d catch a glimpse of a poster or some merch that had Sailor Moon in a CRAZY new outfit surrounded by Sailor Senshi I’d NEVER seen. This lead me to believe the show had 5 million seasons and that eventually Sailor Moon’s outfit would reach some insane high level form that I could only imagine. So basically, here is that.
I had a lovely time figure drawing at Pasties, Pencils and Pints with model Romen Precise.
We played Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective last night and did not make much progress case-wise! But here is a little sketch of Holmes and Watson from my notes.
I saw MST3K: Manos The Hands Of Fate and survived.
This is available in my shop:
My friend Emily has a podcast where she talks with her creative friends and then they draw her and I’m on it this week:
If you want to hear two friends having a chat about livejournal, making friends, jobs we’ve had, the town we live in, design and caricatures, that is what you’ll find here.
My first instinct when I get sad or bored is to make something to occupy/entertain myself. It’s something I learned to do at a very young age. Artists are good at being alone I guess. I get into this cycle where I just keep occupying myself by myself and forget that people exist and that people are also fun and nice. If you are a person who can create collaborative experiences, start a band or a group project, ask people for help, then I am jealous of you.