seriously this gives me a heart attack oh god
and honestly I always get scared thinking it’s someone going to say mean things or something I just really don’t want to read *sob* I’m really a whimp about it
I think I’m going to draw a Jane Eyre picture.
Yes. I really want to do that. I reread the novel the last days, finished today at 4am and have many feelings, I even dreamt about Jane and Mr Rochester……o_o’
I don’t know how to choose. I basically read all the classics and they all became favourite of mines.
I just give you the titels of the novels I read and like/love.
The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Lady of the Camellias, Frankenstein, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Les Miserables, Dracula, Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre, the strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, the E.A. Poe storys and of course The Phantom of the Opera
I’m still looking for a cheap copy of The man who laughs by Victor Hugo…
So any suggestions of such books or of that type?
when you’re singing really loud and someone walks in and you just kind of
I wanted to show you my favorite bookshelf.
Here I collect my fav art books. (I spent basically all my money on beautiful *beautiful,beautiful* art books)
Yeah. I have also others but they are about old masters and these are the one I get the most inspiration for my own art from.
I think it’s possible to read the most titels so I won’t list them. If not ask me. :)
And let me know if you have suggestions for other great art books. You know my taste. ;)
i’m that friend that has to walk behind the others when the sidewalk doesn’t fit a group of three
After thirteen years of school I’m done.
I had my last A-level test today.
Goodbye school! Welcome art student life!
(What am I going to do with all the free time…I think I read and art and read. *sigh*)
You know, I’m working at my Dad’s cinema. And it’s small and shows a lot of art films and that stuff. Doesn’t belong to a big company.
So we get films often weeks later than the big cinemas.
We still show the Les Miserables trailer.
Guess who’s the one from the staff who always starts dramatic singing when she hears Anne Hathaway performing while standing at the register.