Anyway, things are better than they were since I posted last.
Oh, by the way, did I mention that I was in LSODM? That was pretty great. I thought it was hilarious, even if the last part of my bit made me cringe with embarrassment. I was laughing so hard I couldn't breathe when I read that. So thanks for that, Derek, if you ever see this (which I highly doubt, and I don't know if I'd actually want you to see this Blog. If you're here, go write a book or something).
So, what have I been up to lately? I've been up to lots of stuff. Not really, actually. Well, I got braces, which kind of sucks. And I began using Tumblr excessively. Started high school - homecoming is tomorrow night. Been making costumes, or at least trying to. Having the Skulduggery party next Saturday and Derek's going to Skype. And I've been spazzing over Halloween, because Halloween is the BEST.
And drawing! I've been doing a lot of drawing! Granted, I'm actually a bit rubbish at drawing, but I've been drawing stuff, and I figured I'd just post some pictures here. Also, I've made some other stuff, which I'll just sort of inconspicuously slip into this post. 'Cause, y'know, why not? Some of this crud is from months ago now, but here it is.
Here we have a product of the unhealthy combination of High School Musical and Skulduggery Pleasant:
Something I drew in Biology, which made the teacher give me a concerned look and promptly leave:
Pictures of a certain group of people that I intended to hang on my wall but have yet to do:
My reaction to Last Stand of Dead Men (I also cried for three days):
An accurate depiction of me 24/7:
A fancy God-Killer that really shouldn't be in my possession:
I've also been writing again, which is always good. Nearly five chapters done of a story that only two of you - Sparky and Moose - have read even part of. Yep. It's pretty fantastic. And I'm not posting it yet, so sorry other people. But I wrote something and that's cool.
In conclusion to my second post today, here is a drawing - actually, my only drawing - of Anomaly, which looks a lot better when you can see the details clearly in person.