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Cheer up, emo kid by thelemonpiper, visual art

Artist // Hobbyist // Varied
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Super Albino: Llamas are awesome! (142)
Paranoid: Wears a tinfoil hat
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I've seen it: It's Coming -- Stay Tuned!
My Bio
Name: Katie
Age: 23
Location: NC
Likes: Silent movies, sailors, old clothes, stuffy old artwork, ugly 60's-70's stuff, the 1910's and 20's
Dislikes: Fish, seafood, pictures of fish, movies about fish, endearing stories about fish, regular stories about fish, canned fish, when people put here that they don't like idiots or stupid people, the 80's and 90's
Favorite colors: Mint green, orange, pink
Favorite color combinations: Orange, yellow, light green and brown; dark green, light green, pink and white; mint green and white; mint green and dark brown; pink and brown
Favorite movies: Midnight Cowboy, The Cabinet of Dr Caligari, Sunset Boulevard, every silent Buster Keaton movie, The Freshman, The Phantom of the Opera (1925), The Great Dictator, Tropic Thunder (which one doesn't belong?)
Least favorite movies: Dances With Wolves
Favorite books: Catch-22, 1984, The Great Gatsby
Least favorite books: Moby Dick, The Catcher in the Rye

Currently studying history and art history in school. I like Northern European art from the High Medieval period to the early 19th century.

I don't draw as much as I should. No, I'd really like to but I'm in the midst of a multi-year art block. At this point, I don't know if it'll ever end.

Favourite Visual Artist
Henry Fuseli, Henry Clive, Giovanni Boldini, Anthony van Dyck, Jan van Eyck, Antonio Canova, Hieronymus Bosch
Favourite Movies
Midnight Cowboy, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Sunset Boulevard, every silent Buster Keaton movie
Favourite TV Shows
King of the Hill, Futurama, Antiques Roadshow (don't judge)
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, Peter, Paul & Mary, Elton John
Favourite Books
Catch-22, 1984, The Great Gatsby, All Quiet on the Western Front, Huckleberry Finn
Favourite Writers
Mark Twain, I guess? Honestly, I don't really have a favorite.
Favourite Games
I don't always play video games but when I do I button-mash my way to victory
Tools of the Trade
Alec Baldwin's chest hair
Other Interests
Movies, fashion history, sailors

Zodiac signs according to Hippolytus

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I found this while looking up links related to Ancient Roman clothing and thought it was really neat.  In Hippolytus' time (170-235 AD), zodiac signs were associated with physical appearance as well as personality.  It's also interesting to note that Hippolytus was a Christian theologian. Aries Those who are born under Aries will be of the following kind: long head, red hair, contracted eyebrows, pointed forehead, eyes grey and lively, drawn cheeks, long-nosed, expanded nostrils, thin lips, tapering chin, wide mouth.  These, he says, will partake of the following nature: cautious, subtle, perspicuous, prudent, indulgent, gentle, over-anxiou
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How to dress like a flapper

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Fun fact: A part of me dies a little whenever I see someone dressed up as a Halloween flapper. This ^ resembles how women dressed in the 20's only in the most remote ways.  Some dresses had crazy fringe on them, but they were rare.  One of the only examples that come to mind right now is this 1926 Chanel evening dress from the Kent State Museum.  Is this the origin of the fringe monster with the fishnet tights? Contemporary impressions of the flapper Most flappers didn't dress much differently from anyone else.  It was their behavior that set them apart.  However, it can be hard to reconstruct what they really dressed like because even the
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Arf arf

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So I don't actually know who the subway twins are because I don't keep up with the Pokemens but they appear to be somehow related to Elya...or at least taking hairstyle tips from him. You know, it's ridiculous that I come here multiple times a day and yet I've got nothing to show for it.  I haven't drawn anything satisfactory in about a year.  I was never a da Vinci, but I'd like to at least be able to draw like I did before this whole mess with the car wreck started, or even just like I did a year ago. _______________ Profiles: http://arrowhead909.deviantart.com/journal/30208426/ Tumblr: 23 Skidoo! Fashion history Tumblr: Old Rags Cool
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