Well, I have been SO busy recently that I haven't been on Dev for months, and the only art I have done has been poster and advertising designs for Macbeth plus doodling and note passing in class.
However, I now have some time on my hands. With my exit project for High School, I will be doing A LOT of painting (in different styles than realism... I'll keep you posted with my endevors to branch out artistically) but before I really get into that, I want to do a large portrait of Natalie Portman, who, between Garden State and Closer, has obsessed herself into my mind. I am in love with her.
Which picture should I work from? (Picture will be in
You know what I hate almost more than anything?
To feel passed over, overlooked, to be made to feel like the 'spare wheel' or the extra person or whatever... More and more recently I have felt like that and I am getting sick of it. There certainly are a number of people who I am loosing faith in. I love them but don't know what to think. I am definatly feeling much closer to some other friends though, because at least some people are always there. Thank you to those of you whom I can always count on and share reassuring hugs with.
What a month.
Gee, I haven't been on Dev for such a long time; I've been very busy and stressed over a LOT of stuff, but things finally look like they're coming together. I'm glad that at least it was a 'good times' sort of stressed and not a 'I'm gonna fill my pockets with rocks and walk into the river' kind of stress, 'cause those suck.
I auditioned for Macbeth today, one of my favorite plays ever, such a brilliant character portrayal of every person in it, and I find out tomorrow if I made callbacks, and from there I'll know if I got cast by Friday. It was my worst audition ever, but on the bell-curve, I did pretty well; nobody had any time [people fro