we were in the same room
we breathed in the same air
but we felt like miles apart
we stayed in the
four corners of the room
for just a few minutes
but i can sense
the beating of your heart
already shouts her, and only her;
on the side note
i realized that my heart
still beats for you
and only you because my heart
says it is you and will be you,
[i’m planning a monthly event (sweats im so nervous) and i was wondering if you all would like hosting my blog for a week with your caejose creations (art/fics/etc.)?? because that’s kind of what it is, i’ll basically give a topic early on and then reblog stuff you made for it that whole week. it’ll bring the community together and stuff! fun! but pls let me know! my inbox is always open and you can reply here too ❤ ilu guys]
- mod sammy
oh my goodness i know i’m suuuuuper late on this and i had planned on doing this when i hit 15k but i was really busy and i forgot about it so i’m doing it now.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR 16,500+ LOVELY FOLLOWERS!!! thank you for supporting me and giving me so much love <3 i appreciate every follow, like, and reblog (always!) and it makes me so happy that you guys like my gifs, typos, and manga :)
Hey! I love ur art! I wanted to ask you about your style. It's really unique. Did you have any inspiration or did you just draw something and like the style you used?
Thank you so much! And thank you for this ask!
When I was a kid I tried really hard to imitate the style of Cardcaptor Sakura and Sailor Moon. I had no eye for art so it was super crappy doodles. And I drew every character I liked on all of my TV shows and video games. (I still have a ton of them. I never throw anything away. I’m 26 and still have art from seventh grade ooops). I drew fanart for everything I watched or played. I drew a ton of Digimon (I drew a Mimi I was super proud of in fifth grade and I think that’s when I got serious about drawing all the time), Legend of Zelda, Inuyasha, Naruto, and Final Fantasy (which I still draw for all the time). Its always been shoujo manga that I tried to imitate though. In high school, I tried to imitate Shugo Chara. I never colored anything, btw. It was all sketches. I didn’t start attempting to even color anything until college. I got a job at a craft store and used my discount to collect copics and prismacolors.
My art kind of just kind of grew into what it is now. Its basically if I like it or not. If I see something that I think I can learn from, I try it out. When I first started drawing digitally, I watched a speedpaint or tutorial every time I drew a new piece. I don’t watch that many any more because I feel confident in the style I’ve developed. I kind of combined what I liked and ignored what didn’t work for me. I didn’t even think I had a consistent style until a year ago. Honestly, I’m so stuck in the way I draw I don’t think I could draw other people’s styles at all.
Thank you so much for this ask and the compliment again. I actually ended up sitting and going through all of my old artwork because of this ask. It meant a lot.
you looked over across the room at her. and there she was. her head tossed back, long hair flipped over one shoulder to frame the right side of her face. she is laughing, showing off all of her teeth, her nose scrunched up in the way you used to love. her eyes meet yours for a split second, and then it hits you. it’s her, it’s been her the day she walked into your English class two years ago. but then she’s looking away, the same smile still on her face, and you know that she’s never going to be yours again.
Imagine Person A beginning to doze off while Person B is holding them. Person B whispers “I’ll protect you” and Person A tiredly mumbles “From what?” Person B thinks for a moment and says “I don’t know. Anything.”