This ENTIRE story is in code because why not? Besides it’s a journal 3 spoiler (kinda, some of you might know it already, kinda minor I suppose). The only reason I know any of this is because I’m nosy (decoded most of the coded spoilers I’ve seen) and I read the first 59 pages while waiting for mine to come in. You’re a smart bunch, you’ll be able to figure it out.
7.24.16 –// a red start for July! actually i was just trying out the zig brushable pen that my good friend gave me as a gift! turns out it was much better to use it in sketch pads or any other paper other than my moleskine journal. wasn’t so proud of this spread bc i was so busy for that week. so it’s done poorly. but i assure u that the next few weeks would be way cleaner than that! i love it. so can’t wait to upload it soon! i hope you guys have a great day!
YES YES YES YES YES DIPPER’S REAL NAME I AM SO HAPPY I AM JUST GOING TO KEEP CHANTING HIS NAME TO MYSELF FOR LIKE THE NEXT TWENTY YEARS I AM HAPPY I AM VERY HAPPY THIS WAS ONE OF THE NAMES I WANTED I AM HAPPY THIS IS HIS NAME IT IS A GOOD NAME YES WE KNOW DIPPER’S REAL NAME THAT WAS THE MYSTERY I WANTED SOLVED MORE THAN ANYTHING OKAY BYE I AM HAPPY ANYWAY.
The people you fall in love with when you’re a teenager/young adult won’t mean shit when you’re older and you won’t think twice about them. And honestly the beautiful art of letting go of unimportant others is all that gets me through anything. People are so incredibly temporary if you make them.
Choromatsu, do you or any other Matsu keep a journal? Or What is your favorite holiday?
Bonus: Fav holiday
(OMFG SORRY THIS LOOKS SO BAD!!!! I WAS RUSHING THIS SO I CAN POST IT IN TIME BEFORE MY WIFI SHUTS OFF…. Also kinda went overboard with the AU. Can’t believe one panel is colored. ALSO GRAMMAR MISTAKE)
Hmm not really sure about the other brothers having a journal…. I have one from a nyaa chan concert
“The ideas that we make use of in order to define the relationship we
have to the world around us and to our histories often come to carry
more weight that they might reasonably be expected to bear. At the same
time, and despite fragility, such defining concepts become a short-hand
way of describing those relationships and, to a certain extent, absolve
us from having to examine them more closely. The notion of ‘folk’ is one
important example of this, whether it is being applied to a culture, a
set of customs or even to individual people, flattening out real
differences, to create a conceptual space that is basically unchanging
and a-historical, as if what it encompasses were somehow outside of
time. Furthermore, ‘folk’ is a concept that is never self-applied, but
belongs to observers whose viewpoints are always resolutely ‘non-folk’
in origin. These points serve as a preamble to Aaron Schuman’s book FOLK (NB
Books, 2016), which, along with a more personal stake in the subject,
addresses the complex issues surrounding the representation of ‘folk’
cultures, using a mix of his own photographs and some canny archival
- I wrote about Aaron Schuman’s project FOLK for Paper Journal recently, read the rest here.