For those of you've seen this on my facebook, feel free to move on.
I'm talking fandoms and pairings here, just so we're clear. Most people are prejudiced, it's human nature, I'm not going to rag on you for that.
But it's not okay to go shoving your fandomist pairingism down other people's throats. Some people like vanilla ice cream, some people are lactose intolerant. It's just the way life works. And sure, when a ship that you don't like sails past, you may narrow your eyes a little and mutter 'Well!' in the intonations of a scandalised fifties housewife.
But you don't have to fire your fucking cannons at it. It has just as much right to
I'v realised several things lately.
Firstly is that I'm a horrible procrastinator. (Or a very good one, depending on your perspective.) But I've known that for years. It's just that it's seriously come to light now that I have two months to finish my (practically untouched) TEFL course and I've signed up for NaNoWriMo as well. Guess who needs to haul ass?
Secondly, I'm not a nice person. This has been a slow revelation, but honestly, I'm okay with that. I am under no delusions as to my personality. Why quibble about the way things are? So long as I don't screw around (not that way!) with the people who are important to me, I should be in th
I do indeed.
So, an update!
I hope some of the stuff I've been doing is a little more high-quality than my last account. Even if large portions of it is fanart.
So, I've decided to try my hand at cosplay. Lady Loki, no less. Which is proving to be much less of a challenge than I had originally anticipated. Though I couldn't find any scaled green fabric. Hmm. Problem. But I have something shinet and green, so hopefully if I get a can of spray-glue and something with scale-patterns, I can make it myself. Or I could just leave it as is and add a couple of sequinned scales. Like this: http://kazeki.deviantart.com/art/Lady-loki-II-299923632?q=
Hello. I work for a Media Production Company and I would like to talk to you about using your Wendigo drawing for a film we are making. We would give you credit for your wonderful art and get your name out there. can you please contact me? email@example.com or 360-771-4699. Thank you so much!!
My name is John Campopiano and I'm getting in touch with you about the drawing of a Wendigo that you have on your website. For the last two years my film partner and I have been making a documentary about the origins of Stephen King's Pet Sematary and, in the book, the wendigo is referred to quite a bit. We'd like to use several wendigo photographs in the documentary and we're wondering about getting permission from you to use this wonderful drawing.
Thank you so much for your help in this matter. I look forward to hearing from you!