Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Suzy: Auntie, next time you don't have to trouble yourself cooking up a storm for me.
Suzy: Just call me over, and I can have a cook-out with you. I'd love you to try out my cooking as well.
Mom: Uh...OK, I...I promise...
Kimin: He he, not only did Suzy pass Mommy's test...
Kimin: She is now my sister-in-law!
Sunday, December 25, 2011
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Mom: I bought this fish from a Chinese hawker just now. I forgot what's the fish called, but according to the hawker's wife if I want to test if Boboy's girlfriend is the Right One, this is the best fish to do it, because it's not the flesh that's tasty, but the stomach.
Mom: So if she takes the flesh, she's a good girl.
Mom: If she goes straight for the stomach, then it's not good, meaning she's selfish.
Kimin: Is Boboy's girlfriend...a Chinese?
Mom: Yeah. How do you know that?
Kimin: No wonder she chose this fish.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Mom: Your brother is bringing home his girlfriend for dinner with us tonight.
Kimin: Since when does Boboy have a girlfriend?!
Mom: Boboy is still a guy, after all
Kimin: Well, I don't really mean that way. What I meant was I thought Boboy was...
Kimin: A freakin' bookworm...Having nerds for friends...Not a single interest in girls at all...
Mom: That's a little over the top thinking your brother that way, Kimin.
Kimin: So is Boboy's girlfriend alright?
Mom: I dunno. Never really got to meet her.
Mom: But I got an idea on how to test her out~!
Life of a teenage girl is full of spice and twist and turns, and for Kimin, it is nothing short than interesting.
Join her tales and adventures as she records her life and its experiences, an entry at a time
Saturday, October 29, 2011
RIP Takeshi Shudo
The creator of Pokemon, Takeshi Shudo, passed away at 4:03 AM JST on October 29th at the age of 61.
“MSN Japan reports that Takeshi Shudō, former head writer of the Pokémon anime, collapsed at Nara railway station’s smoking area around 6:00am on Thursday, October 28th. Upon being discovered by a passerby, he was rushed to the hospital and is undergoing surgery. It was soon determined at the hospital’s emergency care center that Shudō had suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage in his head. ” -bulbanews
RIP Yoshito Usui
I found out a few weeks ago from a fellow Deviant Art friend of mine, Raidenokreuz, that Yoshito Usui, creator of Crayon Shin Chan was dead. He died on Sept 11 on a hiking accident. Autopsy shows that he might have fallen to his death while taking a picture from a cliff as a broken digital camera was found beside his body at the crime scene.
I more or less grew up with Shin Chan when I first bought the manga when I was in Primary 4. I totally laugh like a maniac every time Shin Chan does something outrageously silly and that manga pretty much relieves my stress whenever I read them. I never watched the anime coz his drawings is already kinda, sorta ugly enough. But despite the ugliness of the drawing, the humour overshadows it and you can really just forget that flaw and just enjoy the storyline for the sake of it. Although to read this, you must throw all logic away.
I've read his other works before and they were quite...adult-themed in nature, not for kiddies' eyes, but other than that, his works still rocks. I was in shock to hear about his death. It was just so...overwhelming to hear that this man who had brought smiles and laughter to everyone in the world would be...well...dead.
Even my fiance was shocked. First we lost the King of Pop Michael Jackson, then we lost Farah Fawcett, one of the women who started Charlie's Angels, and now this. What is it with this year and celebrities' deaths?
RIP, Yoshito Usui. You'll be dearly missed...
One of them I already posted in my personal blog but since it's art-related, I decided to post a copy here
Saturday, October 22, 2011
I was back in my hometown and somehow dug through my old drawers of my childhood home and discovered some old drawings I had that I did when I was a kid
During the golden years of Disney, I prolly have watched every single Disney movie under the sun. And yes, at the tender age of grade school, I've already discovered the art of gender-bending.
This is my Disney gender-bends, drawn when I was 9 or 10
Thursday, September 22, 2011
And look what I have found?!
The most terrifying yet the most beautiful necro art I have ever seen in my life.
Death & The Maiden is based on this poem by the fabulous composition by Schubert based on a poem by German poet Matthias Claudius:
Pass me by! Oh, pass me by!
Go, fierce man of bones!
I am still young! Go, rather,
And do not touch me.
And do not touch me.
Give me your hand, you beautiful and tender form!
I am a friend, and come not to punish.
Be of good cheer! I am not fierce,
Softly shall you sleep in my arms!
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Sometimes it just feels awesome to be receiving gifts from fellow fans and friends.
These are just some of the many wonderful gifts (that I managed to filter out of the gajillion favs I have in my fav gallery) that are given to me. Might add others as well soon.
Friday, September 2, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
A fantastic collab with !!
Anga was the mastermind behind this concept. He thought of the idea and I merely drew under his direction. The drive behind the concept was very clever. He wanted the first half, where Simba is still in the Disney world, to be drawn by me in my digital comic style. This was then contrasted with his own style. Compared with my style, Anga's traditional drawings bring out the harsh reality of the second world - where Simba meets reality. Of course, this is based on the movie Matrix. In the film, this was contrasted well with colour and form. Anga's idea reflected this well.
It was a great experience working with such an awesome artist. The final result is here for all to see. Great stuff Anga!
It's all started with 's kiriban. Before that I had an idea - to draw comics with someone. And then suddenly I saw the number 6665 in the Juffy's gallery. After 30 minutes of waiting, finally i caught kiriban. Well, after that all started. I don't know how Juffy tolerated me because I was sometimes too meticulous. Thanks her for her patience. After she showed me the first sketches, I was very happy. It was so cool - a person from far away draws by my sketches! And I am very thankful to her for that.
Her style is perfectly approached to this idea.
We've done a cool job!
Hope you like it
Awesome work. One part of me is in awe of it and other part of me can't stop laughing! XD
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Trying my luck on this Skribble contest that was going on in dA in conjunction with the 11th dA Birthday celebrations. Not expecting to win much coz of the super entries out there I've seen so far, but who knows? Keeping my fingers crossed here.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Here, with her permission, I feature some of her doodles based on the fanfic.
My most favourite scene in which she doodled the POV of Twik after his smeeby was a failure
Concept art of Deez and Taz, lovechild of Gaz/Zim
The Tallest with their young smeets groomed to be the next in line for the Tallest
Short doodle of Dib and Zim arguing, which brought back Zim's old wounds
Concept art of the new generation of Pak-less Irkens
More concept art of the Pakless Irkens at a younger age
Concept art again of Dib and Gaz
My OC Majara, revamped by her, which is pretty awesome, ftw
My OC Majara in her human disguise. Way better than I have imagined X3
One of the early scenes of Chapter 1 of the main fic
Tallest Purple being one of those "Who's my cute smeet~? Yes, you are~! Yes, you are~!" Daddies XD
The enemy our IZ gang will face in the main fic, the Navokai, which is a sort of parasitic drone that inhibits people, both human and Irkens alike
Doodle scene of the battle at the end of the main fic
Super sad death scene, the end game of the main fic [oh noes~! spoilers~!]