I've been working full time at UPS.
I've been drawing consistently at work, but most of it is purely sketch material and not finished pieces. What pieces I have finished I haven't bothered scanning, prepping in Photoshop and uploading.
When I get home I usually put on a show, play a game, or both. Until recently I was playing Avengers Alliance, but I've given it up since Disney gave up on you know, hosting it on the net. Seems hosting a free game doesn't turn over a profit. (Everyone together now.... DUHHHHH!)
Today was the first time in a few years that I've bothered with uploading anything at all.
I haven't been dead, just lazy and dis
Friends of mine already know that I am a huge detective fan, especially of Sherlock Holmes. In fact, I've been a fan since before elementary school, thanks to my mystery-loving mother who was sharing mystery stories with me since before I could read or write. Now other Holmes fans have already seen the current BBC incarnation, Sherlock, but I had personally not picked it up yet... until I found it on sale on iTunes ( if you don't have your own copy yet, there's a great price on the box set, six ninety minute episodes for less than twenty bucks. I have been completely delighted with them and just shared the first three with me mum, who shared
Me mum and I went to see Snow White and the Huntsman today and it steamrolled our expectations, which were already pretty high. We went in to see the Evil Queen being evil and sexy yet powerful and relatable... but this movie wasn't just an evil queen vehicle. Kirsten Stewart, of Twilight fame, had a lot to prove. Twilight, though successful, merits very little critical acclaim, so the question was can she rise above just being Bella? Kirsten Stewart's Snow White was at once both vulnerable and strong. She was not the action girl, but faced her trials and struggles with an inner emotional strength, taking an active role in her own salvation.