I'm not sure if I've been like this for a while or I've just started to do this: I've been being a bit moody to my family recently and been seeming to be more... agitated(?) when commenting on the internet.
These things are very much not who I want to be or become, so if I'm being a total bitch, please, please
tell me so that I may correct myself. thank you thank you.
also, any watchers reading this who haven't seen my scrapbook or are not watching my scrapbook, I encourage you to do so. I post lots and lots of sketches, doodles, WIPs and unfinished thingies that I don't want in my main gallery.
random cut-in, I also like sunrises more than sunsets because sunrises are all misty.
Summer School for me is now over! I'll have a bit more time for personal projects, including two little lineless guys that I've started but haven't finished. Don't get too excited, though. I have a tendency to put things off.
Like that story thingy maybe 6 journals ago that I told you about. No one asked in three days, so I guess we all forgot about it, but I guess I have no choice but to post it uggghhhh. Showing people my writing is always a bit hard for me because I pour so much emotion and work into it and I know that I'm really not that good at it. I mean, people I know sometimes compliment me, but it's really not that impressive
, right? Anyways, I'll post it to scraps probably since I haven't even finished it. :<
Have I mentioned to you guys that I don't like Frozen? If I did, I'm going to type this shoop anyways so hAH
I hope no one gets offended as this is obviously opinion.
To me, Frozen was incredibly bland. I've watched about half of the movie, up until the troll rocks started singing, I think. Compare Frozen to some other disney/pixar movies. In Finding Nemo, Up, and Frozen, the first ten minutes contain a very important death.
Nemo: Your entire family, including your wife, is now dead. The one thing you have left is your single handicapped son.
Up: Ellie, who you've known for your entire life, who you've had and planned great adventures with, is gone.
Frozen: You've just almost fatally wounded your sister, she'll have to completely forget what used to be a big part of your lives. A few years later, your parents, who you've heavily relied on to help you through this, have died in a storm.
These are all tragic beginnings. I don't know about you guys, but minute seven of Up had me sobbing uncontrollably.great movie.
But somehow Frozen did not touch me at all. I processed that that was her sister, those are her parents, but before I even knew them at all, they were tossed into the ocean, never to be seen again! How dramatic! How unfortunate! Look at them grieve for their parents while they sing happily about snowmen! That's two things. I barely know who these people are and something horrible happens to them; that's a bit forgivable (Example: Rise of the Guardians). But before you can recover from that mistake, you get thrown into a up-tempo, happy-go-lucky song. "Shit, I have to leave my entire life and sister behind me because everyone I know thinks I'm a monster, including myself. But I guess I cAN JUST LET IT GOOOOO--" It makes it just so incredibly bland and boring.
If you disagree, come debate! Friendly debate, of course. C:
sorry for yet another ramble.