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Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United States
I draw in my free time (and while I'm procrastinating...)
Chillhop and jazzhop music is my favorite types (Birocratic, Nujabes, etc)
I like singing,
math, microbiology/epidemiology, yeah.

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"He gazed at this queer cold little female with intense curiosity. It was simply extraordinary - simply astonishing. Here she was, seven years his wife, he thought he knew her inside and out, every quirk of her handwriting, inflection of her voice; her passion for strawberries, her ridiculous way of singing; the brown moles on her shoulder, the extreme smallness of her feet and toes, her dislike of silk underwear. Her special voice at the telephone, too - that rather chilly abruptness, which had always surprised him, as if she might be a much harder woman than he thought her to be. And the queer sinuous cat-like rhythm with which she always combed her hair before the mirror at night, before going to bed - with her head tossing to one side, and one knee advanced to touch the chest of drawers. He knew all these things, which nobody else knew, and nevertheless, now, they amounted to nothing. The woman herself stood before him as opaque as a wall.” // Impulse by Conrad Aiken

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Never Let Me Go...
This is actually for a school assignment (Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro). To be honest, I felt short of time so I decided to combine two of my old artworks haha.

*SPOILER* So in the book, there are a group of clones (they're children at the time) that are meant to "donate" (actually forced) their organs when they're older. These clones typically make up to 3 or 4 donations before they die.
There's this girl who has a lot of hopes - she hopes to be loved by her teachers, she's pretentious but hopes to be loved by her classmates, hopes to have a good relationship with this guy (but she KNOWS they don't work well together). She also used to have this hope that she'd become an office worker but she knows that she never can because she is merely a donor. It's kind of sad.

So in my art, she is on a ladder going towards the sky, but it stops at some point. She is on top of the ladder but can never really reach the top. Her thought clouds double as actual clouds (and has stars) in the artwork. She can only have these hopeful thoughts, but never reach them.
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I go to the high school right next to the place it happened. The attack happened around 3:15(?) PM, which was when my school announced the shelter-in, meaning that doors were locked and no one could enter/leave. No one knew the gravity of the situation, and because the school day had not ended yet, my literature teacher continued teaching. All throughout this time, we could hear helicopters, police sirens, and ambulance sirens outside.

It was not until ~15 minutes later when all of us found out that an attack occurred. It was really vague. The internet connectivity happened to be horrible that day, so it was hard to get to news sites. But details came trickling out that a truck driver crashed into a school bus and along with that, also killed several bikers. At certain windows, we could see the still bodies laying on the ground.

School announcements urged us to call our parents and inform them that we were safe amidst all the chaos. Actually, it wasn't that chaotic for us, just boring. We were stuck inside the school for about 3 hours, forcing interaction among us students. I resorted to browsing the internet and playing random games on my phone.

We were finally let out of the school at 6? 7? PM. And we couldn't walk directly to the train stations because the streets were blocked off, so we had to take a detour. The skies were dark, and only the street lamps and building lights illuminated the way. It was chilly too, and I was shivering as I walked. Along the way, I met a really close friend of mine. I think seeing someone has never given me this much comfort in my life. We both shivered, hugged, walked, talked all the way to the train station. The walking, talking, and stopping for food took around 1 hour (it usually takes 5 minutes to walk from my school to the train station). Manhattan looks really pretty at night. My friend and I laughed at how parents were still walking their children dressed for Halloween around, presumably collecting treats from the various stores. I really enjoyed hanging out in the evening away from home as my parents worried for me.

I finally got home a little before 8 PM. Everyone asked if I was ok. Yea I was. I think most of the kids at my school were okay, considering how we were all safe. The event had little to no mental impact on most of us, I think. We were all happy that there was to be no homework due the day afterwards.



The events didn't really hit me until the day afterwards. I also happened to be late to school that day haha, but they weren't recording lates that day. Because I was about an hour late, I speed-walked along the detour and that had me trying to catch my breath. There were tons of news trucks and police cars/trucks/officers along the way. Several of my teachers abandoned their lessons just to talk about the terrorist attack. They reminded us that there were grief and guidance counselors that were happy to help us. I take CPR class. There was a girl in my CPR class who was already trained by EMTs. She knew how to handle injured people, and she said she desperately wished to help the injured when it happened, but couldn't out of safety issues and because we were all locked inside the school when it happened. Several certified teachers felt the same way.

I think what really got me was when I was thinking about the cyclists. The day was sunny, and it was warm in the afternoon. It felt like an okay/good day so far right? Who would have thought that they were going to die that day...? Not these healthy bikers... when a successful terrorist attack hasn't happened in years in NYC. But 8 met their deaths that afternoon, and many more injured.

A few uplifting things I guess:
- the guy was exceptionally bad at being a terrorist. He wanted to go to the Brooklyn Bridge where he could've killed + injured many more, yet my school is super far from it... He also chose to do it at 3 AM when really, the streets were a lot more populated (and darker) during the Halloween parade at night
- there was still the Halloween parade at night :) We have strong spirits
- no homework due the day after, tests cancelled, and college application deadlines pushed back
- everyone at my school were all safe, except for 1 lab assistant-biker who was hospitalized
  • Listening to: Ta-ku - Love Again
  • Reading: Reddit
I go to the high school right next to the place it happened. The attack happened around 3:15(?) PM, which was when my school announced the shelter-in, meaning that doors were locked and no one could enter/leave. No one knew the gravity of the situation, and because the school day had not ended yet, my literature teacher continued teaching. All throughout this time, we could hear helicopters, police sirens, and ambulance sirens outside.

It was not until ~15 minutes later when all of us found out that an attack occurred. It was really vague. The internet connectivity happened to be horrible that day, so it was hard to get to news sites. But details came trickling out that a truck driver crashed into a school bus and along with that, also killed several bikers. At certain windows, we could see the still bodies laying on the ground.

School announcements urged us to call our parents and inform them that we were safe amidst all the chaos. Actually, it wasn't that chaotic for us, just boring. We were stuck inside the school for about 3 hours, forcing interaction among us students. I resorted to browsing the internet and playing random games on my phone.

We were finally let out of the school at 6? 7? PM. And we couldn't walk directly to the train stations because the streets were blocked off, so we had to take a detour. The skies were dark, and only the street lamps and building lights illuminated the way. It was chilly too, and I was shivering as I walked. Along the way, I met a really close friend of mine. I think seeing someone has never given me this much comfort in my life. We both shivered, hugged, walked, talked all the way to the train station. The walking, talking, and stopping for food took around 1 hour (it usually takes 5 minutes to walk from my school to the train station). Manhattan looks really pretty at night. My friend and I laughed at how parents were still walking their children dressed for Halloween around, presumably collecting treats from the various stores. I really enjoyed hanging out in the evening away from home as my parents worried for me.

I finally got home a little before 8 PM. Everyone asked if I was ok. Yea I was. I think most of the kids at my school were okay, considering how we were all safe. The event had little to no mental impact on most of us, I think. We were all happy that there was to be no homework due the day afterwards.



The events didn't really hit me until the day afterwards. I also happened to be late to school that day haha, but they weren't recording lates that day. Because I was about an hour late, I speed-walked along the detour and that had me trying to catch my breath. There were tons of news trucks and police cars/trucks/officers along the way. Several of my teachers abandoned their lessons just to talk about the terrorist attack. They reminded us that there were grief and guidance counselors that were happy to help us. I take CPR class. There was a girl in my CPR class who was already trained by EMTs. She knew how to handle injured people, and she said she desperately wished to help the injured when it happened, but couldn't out of safety issues and because we were all locked inside the school when it happened. Several certified teachers felt the same way.

I think what really got me was when I was thinking about the cyclists. The day was sunny, and it was warm in the afternoon. It felt like an okay/good day so far right? Who would have thought that they were going to die that day...? Not these healthy bikers... when a successful terrorist attack hasn't happened in years in NYC. But 8 met their deaths that afternoon, and many more injured.

A few uplifting things I guess:
- the guy was exceptionally bad at being a terrorist. He wanted to go to the Brooklyn Bridge where he could've killed + injured many more, yet my school is super far from it... He also chose to do it at 3 AM when really, the streets were a lot more populated (and darker) during the Halloween parade at night
- there was still the Halloween parade at night :) We have strong spirits
- no homework due the day after, tests cancelled, and college application deadlines pushed back
- everyone at my school were all safe, except for 1 lab assistant-biker who was hospitalized
  • Listening to: Ta-ku - Love Again
  • Reading: Reddit

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:woohoo: :party: :iconcakelickplz: !!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!! :iconcakelickplz: :party: :woohoo:

It's October 23rd which means it's that time of the year again and your special day is here! We hope you have an awesome day with lots of birthday fun, gifts, happiness and most definitely, lots of cake! Here's to another year!

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Happy late Birthday! Hope it was a good one! :D
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Happy birthday! :party:
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Thank you <3
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You're welcome. :heart:
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Happy birthday! :D
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Thanks! :)
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*Free Icon/Emote* Ramen PusheenHappy Birthday!<3Pusheen art  
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1nv4l1du530 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you! I appreciate it :) 
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Happy birthday! :D
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