We're moving to the new town right now. It's a bit awkward with Christmas and all, but my parents said that we have to be there quickly before school starts again. They also said it was fitting, with the new year and all. A lot of kids my age would be upset with the move, … Continue reading The Discoveries of Peter Bloom: New Homes, Secret Passages, and Writing on the Wall.
I hate it, but due to a number of factors, I don't believe I can find the time to upload for the next week. These include academic work, creative work, academic creative work, and the Thanksgiving season. I will upload something tomorrow, but that'll be it until December. My apologies, and happy Thanksgiving.
Sorry I haven't uploaded much, I've been rather busy. However, I managed to catch up on my Inktober drawings, so here they all are. I noticed that I made a drawing based on "Thread" when the prompt was "Tread." I guess that makes me a rebel by accident (I call band name on that).
I have seen death. I've seen it for what it really is. Some may claim that it waits in one place for every person. For one person, death may live in his lungs and feed on smoke. For another, death may wait on the bumper of a car, or maybe the street where the fateful … Continue reading Death
The man walked upon the strange clouds of the brightest white, and the deepest blues and violets. He looked up at the indigo sky, with occasional shades of dark pink on its surface, and green stars that hung in its expanse. He couldn’t quite recall how or when he’d come here, but he knew that, … Continue reading The Castle-Pt 1
Behold, the human incarnation of Debussy's Clair De Lune. I shall call her... Claire De Lune