Saturday, January 29, 2011


I thought I might as well share some stuff now while school is still quiet.

One night myself and my friends decided to watch Alpha and Omega...
the thing on the far left is a squid from Minecraft

I was thinking of characters for the first assignment of semester two but then we were told no mythological creatures :(   The bird is based off a Kookaburra and the bottom doodles are from Mike teaching me how to draw an AK-47

Hey elephant, why don't we play poker in africa?
Too many cheetahs! 
...I didn't come up with that, just a page of assorted cats.

He was always a crazy flier, it was only a matter of time...

Plan to colour this someday

Done on the way to our U of T trip


Friday, January 28, 2011


Just some drawings, have a good weekend! 

My hometown...

I love it!

Honestly my thanks to one of my beastest friends, Shelly!
Not only does she provide my need for riding horses, feeding them and all the fun shenanigans with hanging out with her, she is my best friend and I love her! <3
I told Shelly, myself and Mike wanted deer antlers, we looked through kijiji and ebay but it was wayyyy too expensive OR the selection was no good but suddenly Mike arrives to Oakville and he brings antlers on behalf of the Bean! Thank you Shell's, I love you and YOU. ARE. AWESOME!!! <3<3


Thursday, January 27, 2011


Is there a way to get a notification of someone responding to your comment from another blog? That would be reeeeallly cool if there is... if not I apologize in advance to anyone I don't respond to! :(

Sunday, January 16, 2011

New Hobby

So a new little hobby of Mike's is taking Polaroid photos. While it's not exactly a cheap hobby, it's certainly a fun one.  In our day of age it's easy to take a great photo thanks to digital technology, but when you take a step back in time and use Polaroids, you don't have a choice of whether the photo you're about to take is going to turn out great, or not turn out at all.

I think the most fun thing about Polaroids is that no matter what you take a photo of, it is bound to be interesting. Even if it doesn't come out perfect, it's the imperfections that make it better.

The Polaroid company had shut down in 2008 but ten of the original staff didn't want to give up and bought up the production machinery from Polaroid. To this day they are still developing the film from scratch and over countless hours of hard work and dedication, they have achieved the impossible. 
The Impossible Project

Here are some of the photos Mike and I have taken over the past few days! We're still learning

One thing that sometimes happens with Polaroids is tearing (top of picture). 

If you took this photo with a digital camera you would just delete it 
because it's blurry and for some of you it's probably just uninteresting. 
With Polaroid though, imperfect photos is an art form. 

We found out after the fact that UV+ Polaroids won't work under 10 degrees celcius :(