here is where you will find all my projects, drawings and ramblings :) this page will work somewhat like a blog. click here to see all posts. and click here for my twitter feed. 
painting is hard
this is an oil portrait i did for school. i haven't worked with oils in around two years now, which is weird to think about. i really enjoy them but i just don't want my room to smell like turpentine.
today, i worked with water-based oils and i feel like it could be a good option for me.
some cool links :)
time for a generic link dump
gifcities - geocities gif archive
funky chickens - old html guide
88x31 gif collection - page stamps
unixsheikh - a bunch of articles and tutorials
web design museum - cool old web design
the old net - more old web
1mb club - sites less than 1mb
lissa explains it all - old html guide
oddities - weird/old games
jspaint - old mspaint in your browser
manga artbooks - manga artbooks
ani-cli - script that lets you watch anime from your terminal
searx.space - list of searx instances
surfing the web-webs (art)
gimme a lil twitter like
a little drawing i did in class to portray my better experiences on the internet.
a sketchbook page
like this on twitter :D
if i'm being perfectly honest, i haven't been drawing as much as i'd like to lately, but this is a page in my sketchbook that i painted over in krita.
my favourite songs
this post will be updated periodically
hyakugojyuuichi 2003 - lemon demon
drugs drugs drugs - tonetta
i go to sleep - the kinks
these foolish things - bryan ferry
the celtic soul brothers - dexys midnight runners
jordan, that was savage - whimper
cracked actor - david bowie
when the sun shines down on me - daniel johnston
excentrifugal forz - frank zappa
fat brain - gezebelle gaburgably
the way things are - fiona apple
i hate the internet, but i love it
if you couldn't already tell by this absolute menace of a website, i was raised online. i was first given my own laptop when i was 8 years old and it was a windows xp laptop (which was obsolete, even at the time). it was gifted to me for free by my dad's colleague. for a while, all i used it to do was draw shitty my little pony (everyone in my class liked my little pony im not perculiar) fanart on ms paint.
one day my friend introduced me to a website named scratch where you could make your own video games. i thought that this concept was so incredibly cool and i signed up that evening. thus, i was plunged into the magnetic culture of the online world. since then, it's consumed me.
although the internet is a safe haven for me and a great place for me to spread my art and express my creativity, i am aware that the way the internet is moderated makes it extremely unlikely for it to actually aid me in making art a career. it's completely changed the way creatives find a name for themselves. it's just kind of sad.