Back in the groove....
Thursday, 8/3/2006---5:50 PM
Uh-oh I think I'm at it again. Once upon a time I thought that weblogging destroyed my soul, but apparently it's all I have to do this summer -_-. Besides sit on my ass all day on the computer of course...which is technically what I'm doing now. I need to get up and go!
Basically, I hate math. All that fundamental theorem complex conjugate hyperbolic asymptotal rational shit needs to die. The best part is, you stress over learning it and it becomes completely irrelevant for the rest of your life! Yay! The source of my anger: summer school via Internet Academy. I pulled a B in 10th grade but ya know, the parents thought Thompson didn't fulfill her position as a teacher so they wanted me to redo it. In some obscure way, this is probably good for me. But we need a little more productive results here people.
I think if we got a like 5 popluar people from each state in America, Nutang would become just as popular as that godamn Myspace. Why do I hate Myspace, you ask? I believe this sums it up quite nicely:
I hate how lacking this site is in publicity. You can customize your site wayyyy more efficiently here, not to mention the free modules that you can't get from either Xanga OR Myspace. It's the better choice, and yet everybody else whores themselves over to where the kewl kiddies decided to sign up. Sad day
Well this is kind of old, but I'm bored so I decided to dig it up and reminisce about all the good 'ol days spent drawing endlessly in my room. I really should do it more. Problem is, I want to be able to create my own original concepts, rather than borrowing details/existing characters from somebody else. The original image in my head gets lost in translation when my hands try to scribble it out onto paper.
This one was done a few days ago, and is the only sketch I've done entirely on my own...which is sort of a milestone in terms of personal achievement. I think it turned out all right. There's a lot of different shapes, but it lacks the dynamic detail necessary to make it look more real. And also, the nasty splatter on the end of his arm was originally supposed to be smoke/energy trails. Unfortunately it looks like a cow took a crap on my paper. Better luck next time, I guess -_-.
Hmm well let's see who reads this. Probably nobody that I know, since they've pretty much stopped updating :( Well, except Brittany. Sort of. Oh well, maybe it's better that the inconsistent ramblings of Brian are better left to the ears of the unhearing :D
Do not try to bend the spoon. That's impossible. Instead, try to realize the truth. There is no spoon. Then you will see that it is not the spoon that bends, it is only yourself.
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