Thursday, May 5, 2011


Why hello there, friends! It's been a while, hasn't it? About over a month? Well I just came back to let you in on some good news! Drum-roll please?

Wait for it...

...wait for it...

...Wait for iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit...

...I MOVED TO TUMBLR! Wheeeeeeee~

Yup I moved to Tumblr and it is rather addicting, oddly enough, but tons of fun (and easier to post)! It's like, watching SAW. :3

But before you click that link to view nonsense that plagues my interests and "interesting" things that spews from my mouth it contains--no, it is LOADED with more gore and morbid themes than Halloween day movie marathon on television! Relax, there is no porn, but there's some lolita naturally and Kamijooooo~  heeheehee. >w<

Don't say I didn't warn you.

Sunday, March 20, 2011


Once again I have neglected this diary. I am sure most of you are disappointed, but so am I; Only two classes and I am kept very busy and exhausted. I only enjoy one class...But this time is my time and I shall put my school-life aside for the moment.

As you can see I did manage to find time to start writing again, if not only for this short period. I would love to fully get back into not only blogging but also story-telling! I have finally gotten a chance to enjoy the works of Edward Gorey, and I am just ENAMORED with his stories and illustrations. I love  "The Gashlycrumb Tinies" (this is a must read!) and  "The Tuning Fork", which I have found a nice narrated animation of it on Youtube. Youtube can be amazing sometimes!

I found myself basing my style off of not just Gorey's illustrations, but Tim Burton's art, Lemony Snicket, and Katy Towell's "Childrin R Skary" animations as well. I just love the idea of melancholic children's books. Perhaps even though some are written simply--because, of course, they were intended for the very young although the themes scream otherwise--the stories are well thought out more than most young adult books. Cliques? Labels? I do not care about any of those things and never will. I prefer things that are more

I also just like creepy stuff in general. I've started a collection of needles. So far I have over 55+ needles! But back to the style part...I found a dress that I think reflects the spirit of dark children's books:

This dress is from Antique Beast, an small Gothic and ero-lolita brand from Japan that is slowly becoming more popular. Obviously it is very simple; velvet button down dress with a mock-turtleneck. Most dark children's books are drawn simply just like how they are written. In addition, some of these stories, specifically Edward Gorey's, take place some time between the Victorian 
era and maybe the early 1900s. I'm looking to buy this dress actually...

Saturday, February 12, 2011


I have not posted in a while. I do apologize, but I've been in school for fashion design and illustration. So far I find it quite easy, but there is a lot of homework. Trade Tech, the school I'm attending, is cramming what takes about for years into only two. The downside is all the supplies I need. Over a hundred dollars for art and sewing supplies alone! My grandmother is going to kill me, she's the one who buys my books and materials since I do not have a job.

I follow Squeenix (Square Enix) through Facebook, and their latest post was about a unisex perfume made with the image of Cloud Strife in mind BEING ON SALE. Laughs ahoy!

Any thoughts? Personally I love Cloud (can you say "sexy"?) and I am a fragrance freak, but I'm not entirely sure if I want it. Besides it is expensive! They also have a Sephiroth perfume too, but I am definitely passing that up; dude creeps me the f*ck out! I wonder if there will be a Squall/Leon perfume or even one for Tifa...?

In more lolita related news, I'm at odds about Angelic Pretty's new French Cafe series.
Skirt/Apron version
I usually don't go for AP's clothing because they tend to be overbearingly sweet and my wardrobe in more or less on the classic-side. However, I find this to be quite cute in a Emily Temple Cute kind of way. But I am worried that it might clash with what I have now, even if I get it in black. I'd probably opt for a skirt, maybe the mini-skirt version (Although I am bit weary of mini-skirts on my plus-sized body.) I'm sure Dream of Lolita will make a replica of the entire series within the next week!

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Dirt... by ~Child-Hircine on deviantART

First real lolita post? Perhaps. I originally wanted her dress to be classic in nature, in olive. But one thing lead to another and I just decided to give her a dirt-themed dress.

I've decided to call the girl Ethel. As far as her name goes there isn't much back-story behind it; it just "came to me". As by way of personality, she is one of those "accident-prone" (those who get injured nearly all the time/always in high risk of getting injured) like in cartoons.

I am constantly trying to be a better artist. One day I'll create something more dynamic.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Duskull. Watercolor, pencil. Edited/cleaned in Paint.NET. January 2011.
Looking at what I've created, it looks somewhat like an ukiyo-e painting with a ton of head-space.

My favorite pokemon is Duskull. I can't wait until the blooming genetic engineering. I want to live in a Pokemon World. Or at the very least have some chocobos roaming around...

Monday, January 24, 2011

1 Can of Biscuits...

The pace my life is going is becoming slower, and slower, so there isn't much too blog about. I think this is now just a diary. Yesterday I went grocery shopping on my own for the first time. I know that doesn't sound super exciting, but it was a learning experience finding good deals and taking avantage of sales on a $25USD budget, figuring out what you need versus what you want. I went over-budget by a measly two cents!

Designing clothes is becoming a little hard as well. Naturally I want to be unique, but I am being influenced by a lot of things and ideas, it's hard to choose. Sometimes I wonder what do I like the most...My newest inspiration are ballerinas. Second runner up is mori-girl, and of course the controlled variable is lolita. Perhaps I'm thinking too hard...?

In the meantime, my best friend let me borrow her copy of Hetalia on DVD. It's keeping me in stitches! Oh, America!

Tuesday, January 11, 2011


Ah, there are two things that I need to do that are on a time schedule, in other words "Do eet nao"...

Finish drawing ten designs by February. I am finding it easy to come up with designs that are not just lolita designs (thank you Ai Yazawa for your inspirational manga!)Unfortunately I can't draw a fashion figure to save my life...Now I really can not wait for class in February so then I'll know! I'll post what I have soon.

And...Start on that manga that I said I was going to create...At least the conceptual art? Or write it out like a novel? I need more paper

I'm still working on those other goals, like get skinny. Speaking of which, there is another reason why I want to lose weight. COSPLAY! I always wanted to cosplay; it's like another form of art that I would love to partake in. I don't do it now because I felt that I did not have the right body to do so considering 99% of female anime and game characters are thin, or fit, rather. As a plus-sized girl I can probably be an Animal Crossing character, now that I think about it. Hmm...

The accordion, since it cost soooo much, is going to be on hold until I have a career where I'll make a lot of money for an apartment and the accordion and then some.I still have time on this Earth! So I think I will use the money I have so far to do some much needed shopping and go to Anime Expo this year, maybe.