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This is a time lapse of my painting Soft Speak, sped up to 2000%
The finished piece can be viewed here: amy-wise.com/soft-speak

Amy Wise-an artist living and working in Southern California. Her work focuses on the figure and the manipulation of the human entity, to compose a psychological portrait. Working with people in her life or herself as the subject matter, she embraces the duality of each individual’s character and story. Each piece is comprised of mixed mediums; primarily graphite drawings over watercolor.”  

Titile: Moonface To view more of her work please visit: amy-wise.com amywise.tumblr.com "

Amy Wise-an artist living and working in Southern California. Her work focuses on the figure and the manipulation of the human entity, to compose a psychological portrait. Working with people in her life or herself as the subject matter, she embraces the duality of each individual’s character and story. Each piece is comprised of mixed mediums; primarily graphite drawings over watercolor.”  

Titile: The Phantom Trio To view more of her work please visit: amy-wise.com amywise.tumblr.com 
Dancing at the Shame Prom excerpt: Amy Wise

One of the hardest decisions when you’re a parent- how much of the truth do we share with our children? And when is the right time?  Amy Wise struggles with this decision in her essay.

THE LAST SECRET

Amy Wise

“Mama, do you believe in abortion?”

My daughter Tatiana and I had talked about pretty much everything during her seventeen years, but this was one topic we never discussed. I always made sure the conversations veered around it. Now here I was, standing in the middle of our kitchen, posed with the question. I stuttered and stammered, “Oh, uh…that’s a tough one.  There’s so much more to it…um…than you know… just believing in abortion.” Before I could answer her, mercifully, the phone rang. Tatiana went about her business and I never had to address the question I had avoided for so many years.  What she didn’t ask me, thankfully, was if I had ever had an abortion…


(How did Amy answer her daughter’s question? Order Dancing at the Shame Prom and find out…)

Looking at my cosplay schedule for WW Philly (OH MY GOD THIS WEEK!!!) and Saturday is a big glaring ???.

This current schedule assumes that my Afterlife shirt FINALLY comes in the mail (but I’m not holding my breath it’s been 4 weeks and I kind of want to scream at German customs). Also all of these are Jemma Simmons outfits.

Wednesday (NYC funtimes) - season 2 finale shirt from Topshop
Thursday - Afterlife with babyitscruel (Andrea) as Skye
Friday - TRACKS with Andrea
Saturday - ??? (hopefully meeting up with agentverbivore!)
Sunday - FZZT (photo ops with David Tennant asdfsafesf and probably Hayley Atwell)

Other Jemma outfits I own: The Girl In The Flower Dress, Eye Spy, and Aftershocks.

anonymous asked:

Why don't you like the ship, Shamy?

I just don’t. It just feels wrong and they’re SO SIMILAR that it’s boring and no one grows from it. Sheldon went from being this character that at least sometimes got ahead to being the punching bag for every joke and bad thing that happened. And forcing him with Amy didn’t help. I also don’t like Amy… Idk character wise she is not my fav. So yeah. Also I just don’t like it and that should be enough…. I love shenny! That’s it. I also haven’t watched the show since S6 I believe.