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KittyrinnAiko

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My Bio
Way back when I was still young, I loved art, but couldn't see how I could make a living doing it. I let life get in the way. I went years without doing much other then doing amateur photography. As for my sketches, and paintings, I've only just started in again.

I've had some people ask if I do requests, and while I am flattered, I really can't - not just yet. I really feel like I need to have a lot more art done before I am confident enough to start taking requests.

No doubt some have wondered about the name I'm using, KittyrinnAiko.
To be honest it was a throw away name I used when I set up the account, not realizing I'd have to pay to change it.
I'm too cheep to do that.
:D

The name itself originates from a character that was later redrafted and given an altered name for a story that was posted on Panhistoria.

Regarding what I sign my paintings with, I decided that I wanted to, as part of trying to teach myself to eventually be able to read Japanese characters, to write my initials in Katakana. Naturally I wanted to check on Google translate to make sure it didn't return something inappropriate. I got two answers returned, one being the phonetic equivalent of the characters I'd chosen, and the second being Nova [ノ エハ]. I now have another alias.

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Jim Fitzpatrick
This is as far as I'd gotten before it started raining cats and dogs on me. I had to cover it up to keep the rain water out. I haven't been able to finish the lacquering of the booms and spar poles because the damp weather effects the drying/curing process. (Preview may not show image.)
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Arrr, me hearties, tiss a pirate ship to be. I've been taking this one step at a time as I figure out how to accomplish what I need to make this work. The twin masts are laced together sort of how a person might lace shoes. All the Stays between the two masts needed to be configured for easy set up and disassembly. After all, I can't very well trailer this down the road with the masts up. As is my minimum clearance is 14 feet, which is the maximum for the state i live in. That's from the ground while on the trailer to the top of the mast. the max is 18 feet more or less. I could raise them higher but I found that the upper masts aren't very stable if I over extend them. And that block and tackle for raising and lowering the upper mast is absolutely necessary. The forward mast also has pulleys ready to go for spar-poles.
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Thank you for the watch.
I have heard about you through somebody on Tumblr, who I believe calls himself Oroichonno. Is it true your father was a veteran? Until I came across this page, I knew fairly little about Ilbon munhwa aside from the tense history between us.
I am a veteran, and serving in the Armed Forces has been something of a family tradition. My father served in the Pacific war against the Japanese, and I've a brother who was in the US Marine Corps, and stationed in Japan on more then one occasion.

I am unfamiliar with the term Ilbon munhwa. A few years back after many years of study, and contemplation I adopted Shinto, partly out of a love for Japanese culture, partly do to my seeing Inari as a deity I wished to emulate, and look up to as I'd grown weary of Christian double standards. My interest in Japanese culture did not simply manifest itself out of no where either. I'd been exposed to Japanese, and Chinese culture as a child. It became a part of who I am. It is deeply embedded in my psyche.

As for my art and photography, I simply want to share with the world the beauty I see. The cartoon drawings are a reminder to look and see the beauty of the world with child like wonder, because when we can do that, our eyes will be opened to wondrous things we never saw before.
That's quite a story behind it, though the past of military service does seem rather conflicting. In your upbringing, do you happen to know anything of my traditional culture? I wonder if you guys have mandatory military service?
Military service in the US is only mandatory during a draft. Right now it's all volunteer. 
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Thank you so much for the watch! <3
Cheers for the watch! Ahooooy Matey!