Ch 1: Forgotten Motivation
It was a bright and sunny day, when the sunbeams danced across the sapphire sky, and the warm breeze carried the scent of springtime and flowers. Carealot drifted by, far above the human world, its pure white, fluffy clouds supporting a multitude of happy buildings, made of white clouds, decorated with rainbows. Within one such building, a small, blue-furred bear bounced up, giggling, to gaze out a window.
"Ooh! Look at the birdies!" the cub exclaimed in excitement. "Wow!"
Grams Bear chuckled, but did not yet go look, being busy leafing through a recipe book. "What kind of birds, Sparkle, dear?"
Ch 3: Searching For a Memory
The carebears and company soon landed back in the center of Carealot, on a landing field made of extra-fluffy, white clouds. "I think we should have a general meeting," True Heart said decisively. "At this point, I think it best that everyone knows exactly what we intend to do."
"Right," Noble Heart firmly concurred. "I'll start spreading the word, for all carebears and carebear cousins to gather in the meeting hall."
"A meeting?" Tugs asked, nearly groaning.
"Will it have to be a long meeting?" Hugs added, dreading the thought of some long, boring discussion.
True Heart smiled, amused, plainl
La, I posted a picture. I'm rather pleased with it.
Also, I just noticed the Muro feature on the site. That could be fun.
But I don't have my tablet with me, and I hate drawing with a mouse, so . . . alas.
And I still might just switch to a different account because of the hyphen-hate of my name. I guess that probably doesn't make much sense. The only question would be what to do with the pictures I've already posted on this account. Leave them? Repost them? Delete them?
I just noticed my last journal entry was almost exactly a year ago. Yikes! I need to upload some new stuff. I have a few more of my 100 sketches done, but I've been procrastinating scanning them.
Also, my webcomic has been occupying the bulk of my drawing energies. I guess I should link to it from here. That way you can see I've done more in the past year than just sleeping and doing homework.