I caught this picture of my cat yawning before we went to see Captain Marvel. Then I'm like, "Nitro is now Goose!" So I pulled out my trusty Gimp, and two stock photos. And wallah! It's not the best, but hey, my cat's a flerken. Now to go back to working on Photoshop skills. Later! … Continue reading A Wild Flerken Appears!
...Well oops. I fell behind a bit on the photography challenge, but should have all those photos up sometime.. Soonish. Creating a new Skyrim save was taking precedence over uploading pictures. So yeah. I was supposed to post this like, a long time ago, but I hadn't quite completed writing it and didn't remember until … Continue reading The Message
Today I failed to prioritize taking a picture, so again it was an indoor shot. Model Horse Warfare It was supposed to be "Family," but there is no way I'm managing to get a good shot of my family, since they're always moving about. Even then, I don't think they'd consent to being posted on … Continue reading Photography Challenge, Day Two- Family(Model Horse Warfare?)
Day one of the photography thing, I already regret deciding to do 31 days. Ah well. I asked a friend if they thought I would be stabbing myself with pencils by day five. They said nah, day two. More like day one. Do you have any idea how hard it is to make a cat … Continue reading Photography Challenge, Day 1- Hat
I found it. A 31-day photography thing. Starting tomorrow. Will I be stabbing pencils in my eyes by day five? Yes. But alas,I shall complete it. Maybe. I'm not sure if Amie has done this once before, so sorry if I copied you! I found it on Google. I'm super hyped right now, but I'm … Continue reading 30 Days of… Pencils?
My latest story idea(That I actually managed to get on paper,) is set on the rooftops in Chicago. So, before I can write I have to learn about the dang place. Let me just say, this is why I don't like living in MiddleO'Nowhere U.S.A. Because I can't write a story set in my town(Or … Continue reading Chicago, Part One
A bright yellow envelope on a cold, rainy day. The thought made the girl smile as she took all the mail from the box, hugging it to her chest. The usual pile was there: Bills, advertisements, invitations to some fundraiser. And among them, the envelope. A spot of joy. The smile erupted to a laugh … Continue reading A Bright Yellow Envelope