What up, peeps! How’s your April going so far?
Today I shall continue my series “Blast From the Past”, in which I look back on some of my old creative masterpieces. Last week I took a look at my storyboards, or “picture stories”, which I started writing in first or second grade. For many years it was my primary mode of art. Nothing was stopping me.
Continue reading “The Rise of the Cartoonist: Blast From the Past, Part 2”
Happy Saturday!!! Today begins a new series called “Blast From the Past” in which I share some of my creative work from distant (and not-so-distant) past. Part One will cover what I call “picture stories”, which I’ll explain soon, in Part Two I will talk about the development of my manga-esque skills, and in Part Three I will show you some of my old writing! So so far it’s a three-part series, but I wouldn’t be surprised if I ended up doing a fourth part. And a fifth part. . . It depends.
Right, let’s dive right in!! *rubs paws together*
Continue reading “Stick Figures and Torture Scenes: Blast From the Past, Part 1”
Well, it’s been nearly a month, and nothing much seems to have happened.
*glares at dust accumulating everywhere*
Continue reading “So Much For “RambleBeast”. . .”
*opens the door and staggers through, out of breath*
*claw-marks visible on the walls of the room I just exited*
Guys. . .
. . . I’VE BEEN TAGGED.
Continue reading “The Liebster Award (*cue gleeful sobbing*)”
I’m not quite sure how to start off this post without sounding like a TV commercial, and at the same time without sounding awkward. So I guess we’ll stick with awkward.
Today, I’m going to share with you some of my favorite music I like to listen to while I do homework or other intellectual activities. So the next time you’re sitting at your desk doing whatever you do and you’re needing something to listen to but tired of listening to the same old stuff, here’s a selection of different and exciting music you can try!
Continue reading “Nerd’s Guide to Top 10 Best Work Music”
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Where do I start?
I have seen, read and studied many, many blogs. I trusted that the owners of the blogs seemed to know what they were doing. Everything was in their hands. Easy-peasy.
But now everything is in my hands. I’m the one in control of what other people read. And that’s quite scary.
Continue reading “The Ramble Begins”