This drawing was as a request from Cajunbony. ^-^ I don't do art requests, but I decided to do it this time. He is a very patient person since I'm really busy with school, it took awhile to finish -- but here it is! I hope you like it, Cajun!
This drawing is for my good friend and Senpai, Buttertoast (a.k.a Space Woona). ^-^ In passing, he mentioned that we wanted a drawing of his OC as a profile picture -- and as soon as I read this, I got right to work drawing this for him. Albeit, I intentionally acted like I didn't see what he said so it could be a surprise. Well, surprise! And I hope you like it, Buttertoast-Senpai! haha
I suppose this is a rather strange request, haha. But I'm looking for an Atheist, a Roman Catholic, and a Muslim who are willing to be interviewed for my intercultural communication class assignment. I don't know anyone that are a part of these three groups in real life and your help would really be appreciated. ^^ Here are the questions:
1. What role does religion play in your family?
2. Specifically, how has religion helped shape your family and the relationship amo
I've been thinking today about how I choose to express myself artistically and came to some personal realizations about some things. So, this blog is aimed at myself, but if it resonates with any of you, that's great; which is why I chose to write this.
The MLP fandom is made up of an incredibly talented people and some have pulled their talents together to make a name for this community. There is so much fan music, fan art, and fan fictions out on the web. Being a naturally artistic person
I'm not sure about anyone else, but I love to watch people in public places. That's right, just sitting and watching people -- but not in a stalking way. Today at a mall, me and my family took a break from what we were doing and just sat down. I took the opportunity to just watch people that were going about their way. It's very interesting to see how people act and interact with each other. And you learn a lot about people and get to see into their lives -- even if only a glimpse. There is a s
This is just another one of my pondering sessions and I'm inviting you all to join in with me. If my thoughts seem a little bit all over the place, that's mainly because I'm writing whatever comes to mind.
So, happiness? What is it? Everyone wants this simply thing called happiness; it drives us in our decisions, friends, hobbies etc. Without it, life feels like it isn't worth living. At the same time, the very thing we want is the very thing we are afraid of. What's standing between you an
Since posting my story on Fim-fiction less than a month ago, I've learned quite a bit. I'm still a newbie to this new world on MLP story telling and I still have a long way as a writer. But some thoughts have been swirling in my mind, so why not share them here?
I never knew how frightening sharing your work with others could be. It's easy to say that it's no big deal; that is, until you actually do it yourself. After waking up the morning after my story was published, I felt
I came into a little bit of cash and I decided to spend it on a MLP t-shirt! I've narrowed it down to three that I really like, but I can't decide which one I want. Which do you think is the best -- atheistically speaking? I really would like your opinions. Here they are:
I am in no way a poetess, but these are just some thoughts I had about the riots taking place in Baltimore -- that so happened to come out as a poem and I just went with it.
My heart breaks that you are so sad;
I see past the anger and I understand why your mad.
You're fed up with the way you've been treated;
Another black death is again repeated.
You need an outlet to release your rage;
You want freedom from this cage
Of oppression, violence, and