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Facing Fears…

They say “Do one thing every day that scares you”. Well, the scarier parts of my exams are coming up. Maths for Monday, and Chemistry for the week after – those two seem to be my weakest subjects (besides Physical Education) so I’m quite worried about it… Not to mention the end of high school leads to more fears and uncertainty about the future as well.*sighs*

However, it seems that nervousness and fear of failure just can’t beat students’ laziness from all these distractions online… Orz.

 Gasai Yuno from Mirai Nikki: probably the creepiest yandere I’ve ever seen… The pic is inspired by the opening’s style.

As I finish each exam, it makes me kind of sad because I won’t be having those classes anymore. Of course, this refers to “the time I had fun with friends in that class” rather than “what we actually studied in that course,” hehe.

Ika Musume is a very fun character to watch (and draw). Now that I mention it, she’s very smart at math too… waah D:


And I’m Home…

So, the first day of exam has passed. I think it was pretty easy compared to the trial, but there are still some parts I answered incorrectly 😦 Reading the forums discussing about it only makes me sadder about my mistakes… Hope I can do better with the other exams!

Here are two more Madoka Magica characters I drew yesterday actually, Sayaka and Homura, enjoy:

“I won’t depend on anyone anymore…”

“There’s no way I’d regret this.”

So this leaves Madoka and Kyoko, the two characters I very rarely ever draw. I don’t know why, even though the series already ended I still like drawing these characters and listening to the OSTs (Yuki Kajiura FTW!)


Taking a break from studying… or something like that :p Here is Tomoe Mami from Madoka Magica, her curly hair kinda reminds me of Feyris from Steins;Gate, lol.

“I’m not scared of anything anymore…” (then suddenly, that scene.)

Yeah, I do realize that the pictures here are quite boring since they’re mostly the same style. I guess I’m one of those ‘artists’ who are heavily influenced and trapped by ‘anime/manga’ style, indeed. I’m slowly learning to adapt other styles too, but it’s hard since I’m busy lazy. Especially realism, I just suck at that, even though I know many people say it’s an essential thing to master. It’ll probably take years before I can draw a decent realistic drawing … Orz

So here is a funky cheerful dragon for you~ (kinda like Scrafty and Dragonite hybrid? Dunno, hurhur) Will probably post more during the following weeks, since I tend to doodle when I become stressed (and bored) with studying.

Usagi Drop for Summer!

Usagi Drop. This anime already made me teary just with a few episodes. I really felt for Rin – when she was outcasted during the funeral, her fears of death and abandonment, as well as her confusion about the roles of mother and father for her. The watercolor-soft style at the beginning of episodes suit the overall mood too, being all bubbly and heartwarming – oh, and the opening sequence is adorable.

The anime touches the subject of parenting and juggling between work and taking care of children, something that I think anime rarely talks about. I can’t help but to think about my brother when I saw the scene of Daikichi rushing from work to pick up Rin in the day care 🙂 So far I’m glad how they portray Rin as a typical girl with Daikichi as the father figure, and not overly-moe child with pedo references here and there.

Besides this, I’m also watching Baka to Test season two and Tiger & Bunny. Don’t comment on how strange my choices in anime can be.

Mata Ashita…

I can’t help myself from drawing Madoka Magica characters… their designs are just pretty~ especially after seeing the Figma figures that look so awesome. (Take a look at it here)

This is just a quick post before I drown myself in Business Studies articles trying to find case studies that I can actually use… and before I start getting all emo due to the chemistry exams this morning which I failed miserably.

So many things I want to do!

Sometimes I can relate and feel like Yui from Angel Beats. She wants to do lots of things and inspired easily by the media, and although she seems optimistic and loud, in the end she actually feels insecure of her abilities and doubts if anyone will accept her for who she is.

Anyway, Angel Beats is a great series to watch. At first I thought Otonashi is boring but his backstory is just cool, and I think it’s not just me who find Yuuri similar to Haruhi – but I don’t like Haruhi though. I’m quite disappointed they didn’t explain some of the characters’ back stories, such as TK.

I’m quite interested in one-season series lately (e.g Angel Beats, Ano Hana, Madoka Magica)… but I actually don’t really have the time to watch them.

Many works to do piling up before holiday – and more during holiday, “hooray”!

Rin/Len Art Trade

I had an art trade deal with my friend V at school, I drew Kagamine Rin (right) and she drew Len (left) 😀 Our styles are really different, which makes drawing with her .

For instance, she says she can’t draw cute girls while me on the other side can’t draw good-looking guys, she can draw scary dragons while I can only draw bubbly creatures to save my life.

So yeah, it’s fun to mingle with people who are different than you because it makes you learn new things.