Splash of Colour

Splash of Colour


My lack of practice shows but I’m just glad I found the time to paint again! XD The girl is modeled after the Filipino actress Julia Montes. I tried drawing her out of memory but I don’t think I was able to capture her face correctly (the proportions and angles are WAY off). Teehee. Oh well.

I had fun flicking my brush though. ❤



Petunia Violet

Petunia Violet

Whoopteedoo! Here’s my first ever digital art. It’s my own take on Petunia Violet from the awesome webcomic “Todd Allison and the Petunia Violet”. For those of you who are open-minded and currently bored, you just might enjoy this very entertaining comic. :>


Under the Sea

Under the Sea

I looooove mermaids~
Which basically explains why I drew another one. XD Oh and gradients are now my new best friends. ❤


“Goldfish Salvation” – 3D Painting

As you may have noticed, I’m still a bit hungover with my Koi Theme. (Koi koi koi koi koi koi koi)

That aside, let me take this opportunity to (Koi) say just how EPIC this Riusuke Fukahori guy is (Koi Koi)! I don’t know about you guys (Koi koi koi), but my jaw literally dropped while I was watching this.

Enjoy! 😀





Ohohoho! New theme, new theme, new theme, new theme! Guess who has a new theme? I’m very hyper today. Blame it on the huge chocolate cake I consumed within a minute. Good times, gooooood times.

Anyway, the theme’s name is Koi made by Nick La. I never really liked fishes (personally, I think that a pet who would forget your face within 10 seconds isn’t exactly endearing) but I just love how the word rolls out of my mouth.

Koi koi koi koi koi koi koi. Try it, guys. Koi koi koi koi koi koi koi koi koi koi.

Alright. You guys can go back to living your lives now.



The picture above isn’t mine (I wish it were, though). It’s by an artist named Norman Duenas, I think. I just thought it’d be nice to add a picture of said fish. :>

Man in the Cube

Shaking, she held the paper in her hand

Raging, she tore the printed sheet in two

Swearing, distraction as her old enemy

Moving, more quickly than ever for she had work to do


Determined, she set off to work on her desk

Frustrated, the 7’s dancing in her mind

Hopeful, the book’s pages sighed as she flipped past

Struggling, the cubic temptation in front was never kind


Weakened, the screen held her gaze for too long

Passive, she let her hands slip from knowledge

Forgetful, the teacher’ll be waiting on his desk

Unaware, the hourglass’s thin sands against her oath and pledge


Surprised, she only had little time left

Panicked, she read her way through the deep night

Exhausted, she fell on the bed yet to finish

Restless, dreams about the incomplete work kept it in sight


Nervous, she dragged herself along the halls

Hesitant, one foot in front of the other

Frightened, saw the teacher standing by the desk

Hopeless, sat on her chair, test no longer a bother


Empty, she had answered all that she could

Impatient, the wait was longer than she thought

Mistaken, come the next day it was given then

Numb, verdict had been delivered, her work all for naught


Enraged, remembered the man in the cube

In love, his perfection flashed in her thought

Bitter, his skills on the screen that had trapped her

Surrendering, knowing his very being was all that she sought


Expecting, she went to collect what should be

Dreading, it was her turn to receive it

Hoping, it isn’t as bad as she expects

Failing, the 7’s on the card did make her want to sit


Shaking, she held the paper in her hand.



Dedicated to all the fangirls out there whose husbands are the reason as to why our grades plummet from the sky. :))

Humans and Their Toys

Alrightey then. I was browsing a couple of posts in Facebook when one of my friends shared a certain video:

*glub* I nearly drowned with this invention’s awesomeness. I mean, seriously, a 3D pen? Draw on a surface or on AIR? You’ve gotta be kiddin’ me. I’m pretty sure we’ve all thought of this at one point in our lives but never really took the time to try out the possibilities – that or you never intended to let that idea come out of the cage which your brain specifically made for “wonderful but impossible” ideas. Brains can be such scumbags at times.

Anyway, these two guys took it upon themselves to make our dream pen for us and for that I’d like to say (though I don’t think they’ll ever see this. Ohohoho.) : “Thank you for your hard work and if possible, please make the price easy on us poor but creative rats.”



Alright, alright. It somehow-sort of-kinda-maybe does work like a glue gun but still. It’s awesome. :))

Previous Older Entries