Last Movie you watched: Jaws for my film appreciation class
Top 3 Fictional Characters: ooh this is a hard question… I’ll go with The Doctor from Doctor Who (specifically David Tennant’s Doctor), Hermione Granger from Harry Potter, and Rapunzel from Tangled (?)
Top 3 Ships: Amy and Rory from Doctor Who, Cory and Topanga from Boy Meets World, and Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice
Books I’m Reading: Jane Eyre
Were you named after anyone? I wish!
When was the last time you cried? Last week…
Do you have kids?Nope nope nope nope nope
If you were another person, would you be a friend of yourself? Probably not. I think I’m extremely annoying
Do you use sarcasm a lot? Yeah, probably a little too much
What’s the first thing you notice about people? Usually how comfortable/uncomfortable they are
What is your eye color? Green but I’ve got a mole in one of them so a good bit of it looks brown
Scary movie or happy endings?Depends on the day
Favorite smells? Vanilla and sugar cookies
What’s the furthest you’ve ever been from home?Florida I think
Do you have any special talents?Nope :(
Where were you born?The USA
What are your hobbies?The Sims, playing ukulele and reading
Do you have any pets? 1 dog, 2 hermit crabs, and 3 cats
Do you have any siblings?I’ve got two younger siblings
What do you want to be when you grow up?I’m not entirely sure. At the moment I’m debating between librarian and veterinarian but I’m not going to rule anything out yet.
Who is your first best friend?There was a girl I had dance classes with when I was three and I’m pretty sure she was my first best friend
How tall are you? 5′ 5′’ I think?
How many countries have you visited? Unfortunately I’ve never left America
What was your favorite/worst subject in High School? I LOVED History and I hated Math
What is your Favorite drink? Animal? Perfume?Hot chocolate, ducks (?) and some kind of vanilla scent
What Sports do you play/Have you played?Let’s see… dance, gymnastics, soccer, softball, cheer-leading, (flag) football, tennis, and swimming… I think that’s all
I like drawing characters/people whose face/presence really inspire me and make me wanna keep trying to depict my admiration towards them. Right now it’s the Twelfth Doctor. I think I can draw him 1000 times and still find a new way to draw him. Maybe it’s because Peter Capaldi (aside being a gorgeous beast himself) portrays the character so well. The Doctor became so complex ever since he took the role, and I’m just loving every moment of his character development. His face is also pretty hard to draw, because his handsomeness is not your typical… err… “handsome face.” There’s something deeper behind it, something utterly charming, something beautiful, something undescribable which makes drawing him a challenge. I love it when I have to work hard to do something I really want, I guess.
11. warm or cool colors?
Warm colors. Cool colors make me feel like the soul doesn’t exist. Only bland, boring concrete objects.
i really really want to make souvenir pennies a thing for the thirteenth doctor
like technically all their regenerations are supposed to be used up but they’re still kicking
“look it’s a penny, all beaten up, worn out, forgotten. someone would think that it’s worthless”
“and when it’s transformed and pressed and stamped it’s made into something new, something worth remembering, something that reminds people of memories”
and it’s like a metaphor for how the companions think they’re ordinary and forgotten and not worth being but they get reforged into something memorable in their travels
Their thing would be:
New shape [smiles and flips the coin, catches it, examines for heads or tails] same purpose
(especially if the thirteenth doctor was a woman or a person of color or someone who is not a whitecisdude)
and whenever they have an episode that’s particularly traumatic they make a little coin or something as a reminder (how hard would it be so sonic a penny press really) and put it in a cabinet so they won’t forget it
and 13 gives the companion’s fav coin to them when they leave so they can’t forget and they’ll have a reminder they can keep doing good by being ordinary and decent
I’ve finished it! I’m really proud of this one. I haven’t worked this hard on a traditional piece in a long time and it feels really good! I must do more like this. Anywho! I call it “Swing From the Stars.”
Done with Micron and Copic ink pens, Copic markers, Prismacolor Markers, Prismacolor pencils, and a teensy bit of water color.