myutsuu I have no idea how to reblog your response without the post being a link, but I want to thank you so much for your kind words AGAIN.
Thank you EVERYONE. For real.
indigoliz i’m so proud of you! finally you’re getting the recognition you deserve!!
THANK YOUUUUUU ;w;
I am not going to lie, this was very stressful, since I did not realize my stories were going to make it THIS far. I mean, it is a goal and a dream, but once it hits you in reality, it is super shocking!
I want to share my stories with everyone. I have so many ideas. Making art is my life, and I want to share that with everyone.
I go back to school next week.
It’s my final semester.
thingsthatiwontfinish said: Is there any food that you absolutely hate? Like something were just the thought of eating it makes you disgruntled?
Bananas by themselves. I can tolerate the flavor but I absolutely despise the texture. I can eat banana flavored things or desserts with banana in them (banana bread, banana flambé), which I find strange.
There is another food, but I forget what it was, since I never learned the name. I was in Japan in 2008 for a school field trip. I was VERY brave with all of the food. One night at dinner I saw something on my plate that looked like a matcha rice cake with azuki paste. I got so excited, but what I tasted was none of the latter. I had no idea what it was but the flavor did not agree with me :(. Other than that, I basically ate EVERYTHING on my plate in Japan: From takoyaki to tuna pizza.
I think I will end this with my favorite foods: Sushi, curry, strawberries, watermelon, Macintosh apples, frozen yogurt, shrimp scampi (anything with shrimp basically), buffalo chicken, takoyaki, and mochi.
nikoanesti said: Are you watching any of the Simpsons marathon while all the good episodes are on?
Yes I sure am! I’m enjoying every second of what I am seeing. I’m actually working on a Simpsons related piece right now!
biimyselfandi said: Hi! I know you've probably received this question a billion times (sorry; I'm a little bit behind on the trend), but where do you draw your inspiration from to create original art pieces?
No, no, no! I love answering this stuff, because I get to spread the word of my inspirations to other artists!
Growing up I was very inspired by Jamie Hewlett, Naoko Takeuchi, Tim Burton, Junko Mizuno, and Hiroyuki Imaishi. I still draw inspiration from these artists.
I also enjoy the works of: