Tagged: original work


Here, have a drawing I did of my dog and me. 😛

Fistbump Aug '14



One of my original characters- she’s named Elle. This picture is of her when she’s a little older then when the story takes place. I had a lot of fun playing with all the reddish hues in this one, and those little dot thingies in the background were especially fun. I still gotta work on learning how to draw glasses, though! 😛

Hey, nerdlings! Sorry for the lack of posting and interacting recently, my entire week has been absolutely packed with nothing other than schoolwork (surprise, surprise). Hopefully I’ll find a little bit more time to get my blogging (and novel-writing) brain back intact this weekend; right now my mind is just “bio, english, precalc, repeat” with that little bit of music practice thrown in as well.

Until next time!


Reading is an escape

An original character of mine for an upcoming novel!

This is an original character of mine, named Kat (short for Kathleen) reading a book. She’s a big bookworm (and writing enthusiast) and part of the next novel I plan on writing, which is currently untitled (wow, that was a run-on sentence). I’m super excited for her story!

Art and character © me- PLEASE do not steal!

The Girl Made Up of Words

Saturday Shorts: Timer

This little story is based off an idea I saw scrolling through Tumblr about having a timer that goes off right when a person is supposed to get together with their soulmate. These characters are just some of my own that I put into this situation… enjoy (:


I grumbled as I shoved the last of my books into my backpack after the bell had rung. Class was finally over; the school day was finally over. I let out a sigh of relief. I can finally take a nap.

See, I had only gotten about two hours of sleep the previous night. There was a specific reason for this, one that I probably should have been more excited about.

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Koi Fish

Koi Fish

I absolutely love koi fish, so I decided to draw one here… I was mainly experimenting with coloring and lineart styles, as well as shading.

Drawn in Photoshop CS6 with a Wacom Bamboo Tablet


Here’s a writing assignment I did for my English class earlier this semester… It’s called a character sketch, which basically is providing basic outlines or first impressions of a character without actually meeting them in the story. The characters I used in here are completely original, created by a friend and I. 


I remember the day I first learned of him.

About Stray.

My friend, Aaron, was the one to bring it to my attention that he existed; I picked up other stories from everyone else along the way. It seemed to be that I was the only one that didn’t have some kind of knowledge about this person- if you could even call him that- besides the information told to me by others, and I was determined to find out everything I could.

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