glamjam: (The Young Ones; student life)
I just changed my layout for the first time in a long time. It's weird not having Vyvyan anymore, but I was ready for a change...

I'm slowly gearing up for NaNoWriMo on Saturday, including planning to stay up until midnight start writing the moment Nov. 1 begins. :P

I have a bunch of homework due in the next few weeks, too. 20 more paintings for Painting and a book for Book Arts. I have good ideas for both of them, I just hope I can get everything done. D:

I also have a strong urge to watch "Shaun of the Dead". Maybe tomorrow....
glamjam: (Run Fatboy Run; Mr. Ghoshdashtidar)
I hate arriving at school, only to discover that I've left a semi-important notebook sitting on my bed at home. :\
glamjam: (Default)
Some of you wanted to see my paintings from the this term and I said I'd post photos, so here they are. Keep in mind that I've never taken a photography class, so I'm horrible at taking pictures of things. ^_^;

WARNING: Biggish images, ahoy! )
glamjam: (knife smile)
Problem: I'm working on a project for my drawing class involves the use of text. The subjects of my project belong to a circus/freakshow/carnival group and I think naming said group and using the name within the pictures I'm doing would be a good way to fit in some text, you know? However, I have no idea what hell to name them.

Anyone have any suggestions?
I don't really want it to be a "of DOOM" since I sort of use that for everything now. Mostly I just need some suggestions to get my own brain rolling. Anything you mention would be helpful.

Here are my sketches for the project. L-R, T-B: two-headed girl, 4-horned chain-smoking goat, strong man w/ lots of tattoos, knife-thrower and a 4-legged girl.

(Sorry the image is so craptacular, I only have a camera available right now...)


wit lit.

Apr. 9th, 2007 10:15 pm
glamjam: (oscar wilde)
I've been reading an excerpt from "The Soul of a Man Under Socialism" by Oscar Wilde for my Victorian Lit. class and found nice some nice lines:

"Disobedience, in the eyes of any one who has read history, is man's original virtue. It is through disobedience that progress has been made..."
-A play on the idea of "original sin" that I find much more appealing. Sort of reminds me of that one particular Thomas Jefferson quote (which of course eludes me right now).

"To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all."
-This seems to apply to most of the people I know, actually (myself included).

Sometimes I feel stupidly shallow because I appreciate Wilde's witticisms so much, yet spend so little time reading and analyzing/appreciating his essays, prose, poetry, etc., but at I should try to remember that although I prefer the easy amusement of the witticisms, I can enjoy his more dense work just as much.

Oscar = <3
glamjam: (bend over)
So. My history final is tomorrow. And I have been prepping for it all day...since 10:00 this morning and it is now...10:43 in the evening. Fekkin' hell.

70 terms to memorize, plus applicable date (plus if they were a prime minister, those dates in addition to general when they lived and died), plus one or two sentences of explanation of the term, plus historical significance.

I do not get notes on my final tomorrow.
I have to have all this fekkin' shit memorized by 12:30 tomorrow.

There are also essay questions on this test.
Shoot me now, pleasekthankyou?


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