Today is the time of sharing. Sharing is caring.
I bring to you a little vlog, or shall I say vlogging challenge.
Havoc Turtle - A youtuber tagged me to do this, so I did !
It's pretty simple.
Get a flowerpot, some dirt and a seed. Plant the seed, and BAM, challenge done.
Everyone can do this if they want to, then take a picture, vlog or blog about it. Just label it #mediaplants for Turtle to see it.
Just be careful if you are digging for dirt.
I was going into one of our flowerbeds yesterday, and I dug up a spider. I remained calm even though they freak me out, and I got the spider of my little spade. But, BUT, when I dug once more into the dirt.......... 100s of tinytinytiny spiders came on to my spade. I HAD DUG UP ALL THE BABBYS!! God, the sight of all those spiders, there were so many. It was so creepy, soooooooo creeepyyy. It was like a spawn from a horror movie. *shiver* It was horrible. So I quickly decided to not use that dirt, and went for one of the bags of dirt we bought for planting instead. YUCK!!!
My drawing quest continues..I got my drawing tablet now, as you can see in the video, and I showed off my first drawing on Twitter yesterday. For those who are not there, or not following me, here it is!
I am very happy with it. Since I am still incredibly bad at drawing hair, I decided to go with short hair for my first drawing, and I think it turned out pretty cute. I still need to color it in though, that's going to be very fun, with shading and all that stuff, to make it pop!
So yeah, I am very happy about getting that tablet, it is so much fun!!! I hope I will continue drawing so I can get better at it, cause this took quite some time for me, but for others it would probably just take like 20 minutes or so. Not going to tell you how long a time I used on it, haha. I am still not happy with the legs though, but ey. They look better then they did at start, they were like sausages :P
I would just like to add that I think everyone can draw, it just takes some time and practice. Start out with a head, and get good at it, then move on to other things.