"These silent hearts;
we hold within our hands, within my heart;
the rush is just the same, these silent hearts;
protected from the dark, let silence be broken."
" - Brian Transeau, "These Silent Hearts" by Armin Van Buuren (feat. BT)
Aloha there guys, Dylan or TheDarkOfNight-D here with a journal update!
NEWS FROM THE LIFE OF D (Dil):
So, what's up folks?
Well, I've been doing fine; I'd say what with the holidays passing and the new year coming, I'm starting to get excited for 2013. Then again, who isn't these days? Of course, again, I need to say work's been passing by as well with one or so shift a week. But of course, the holidays gave me the chance to hang with some of the family I hadn't in a while. Fun stuff, all in all! Anyways, let's jump ahead to some news and such.
So, with the holidays passing, I guess some were wondering how mine actually went; I'd like to say they went awesome. Christmas Eve consisted of dinner at my sisters before the big holly jolly night, to which we dined on turkey and all sorts of other goods. It was your important family get together. Christmas Day was quite the same, but it was rather different, as we got together as a family and started unwrapping things as early as 9am. Of course, my sister got to go to Edmonton a few provinces over, but I can't help but feel bad as it is incredibly cold over there. In essence, the rest of the Christmas season was great. Now, for what I got out of the gift haul... well, I'll make a list:
- A 1 terrabyte external hard drive for my laptop, which is saving me a LOT of space. I use it for my music library and such. A big library deserves a big ton of data.
- "Need For Speed: Most Wanted" for my PS3 console.
- An EB Games / GameStop gift card in addition to $50 from my Gram. Planning on picking up "Ni No Kuni" later next month with this; Wizard's Edition at that.
- A $20 PSN Card (which was spent on alternate costumes for "PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale")
- A $25 iTunes App Store Card.
- "Brave" on Blu-Ray (5-Disc Edition), which I had picked up earlier.
- "The Hunger Games" on Blu-Ray, WITH pendant. The set was on sale.
- "Scott Pilgrim VS. The World" Volume 1 WITH Yoshi plushie and "Angry Birds: Star Wars" T-Shirt from my girlfriend.
- A "Wreck-It Ralph" load including a T-Shirt (One Man Wrecking Crew), a Fix-It Felix plushie, and a Vanellope Von Schweetz racer.
- Two "Frankenweenie" plushies, Victor Frankenstein and Sparky.
- A "The Nightmare Before Christmas" T-Shirt with my man, Jack Skellington on the front.
- CDs, CDs, CDs: such as both Tiesto "Club Life" compilations from my Mom and Dad, BT's "These Humble Machines", Green Day's "Uno!", "Dos!" and "Tre" albums from my sister, and then I personally picked up Fun's "Some Nights", Steve Aoki's "Wonderland", and M83's "Saturdays = Youth" albums.
And that was my haul. Yes, it was a lot; but most either came from parts of the family or was picked up personally. But of course, besides these great gifts, I know the factor of hanging with the family was way more important. After that, it was basically just smooth sailing holidays. The only downside was that my folks were ill, but they're getting better now. Which is good news. Now, moving on!
Being as tonight is New Year's Eve, we have to say goodbye to 2012. It was a good year this year, with a few big things being big memories. First off, during the summer was a cottage trip to my good buddy Nick, or ~justsomenut626. It was a nice two and a half day stay, and even if it flew by, those memories of mucking around like bros will stick with me for a long time... in fact they still are. The second one was of course, #ProjectWreckItWreckItDay, the initiative I had to see Disney's film "Wreck-It Ralph" with a bunch of friends and my girlfriend; but also dressed up as Fix-It Felix. To which, that pulled off incredibly well too, my previous Felix costume from the two days past Halloween worked like a charm, and the film turned out as incredible as ever. A third was when I stepped out of my school studies with a "Ontario scholar" status. Of course, I was among plenty of others, but like my graduation; it was well-adept, and a fair feathered memory that definitely will reflect well when I head off to college... where and when that happens, that is. And of course, the biggest and fourth one had to be the anniversary of one of my Disney favorites; "Lilo and Stitch". For this momentous occasion; I decided to make two pictures (that will be featured on this journal) that reflected the themes, characters and messages of the entire franchise, and from the moment they were posted, this started a revolutionary response to those two in particular. Heck, even Save Lilo and Stitch, the fanbase and organization adored it so much I sent it to them for their 10th Anniversary niche. I loved every moment of it, I swear, it could've made me teary-eyed. And of course, fifth and foremost? Getting a girlfriend. My lovely sweet ~Anime-jazumin has been together with me since April, and it's been a great while. Of course, her being kind and sweet also helped; but it also helped that she was somebody close to my heart as a friend and now, as a partner. I can only hope our love continues, as it feels "oh so good". Many more memories were out there too, probably too many to list. But hey; 2012 is drawing to a close, and these will make some great memories that'll continue on to brighter friendships and even more to come.
2013 will also hope to be good, I don't really have any clue what might come: I might get a driver's, I might go to college, the ideas are infinite, but the path is still wide open. My resolution though comes toward my works on here. I feel last year I focused a little too much on my artwork and not enough on my writing as I intended. With two open and current stories under my belt: "Stitch! ~ Crossed Timelines" and "AQUOS", I kinda wanna give them some attention, and balance the scales out so that way I can deliver out some good artwork and some solid stories. Other than that, I want to head into this new year and try all the new things I can. Because it's a new year, and anything new is good with me. Of course, you guys can still expect plenty more stories and artwork to come, and definitely more from my Disney self on Twitter and on here. Of course, it's a wide open new year, and as the countdown comes down, I'm hoping for it to be as radical as this year. Fingers crossed, my friends. Fingers crossed.
With 2012 almost over though, I also want to say that my film lover and cinematic opus lover got quenched a lot this year between various trips with the girlfriend to the theatres. Of course, some films took more spotlight than others, and that's what I wanna outline; as I give my most favorite films of 2012 right here, right now!
#5: "The Hunger Games"
This film came out back in March; and as me and my Mom were taking the time to read the book series, we felt it wise to go check out the film. And needless to say, it wowed me. The film takes on the ever-pertinent story of the first book, as Katniss, teenager among District 12, ends up being chosen for the notorious Hunger Games; a tournament to the death for supplies and sponsors. The characters are beautifully relatable, music well done, and while the cinematography may or may not be everybody's piece of cake, in the end, it's made number five for my favorite films of this year.
#4: "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey"
Now, I'll admit; I need to finish the famed "Lord of the Rings" franchise. I've caught about half of "Two Towers" and watched "Fellowship" with my fellow friend ~justsomenut626. But being as that went down and I was an ever-lasting fan of Tolkien's work, I went ahead and decided to join in the craze with my girlfriend when we went and saw "The Hobbit" in the theatres. The film, at an ever-long three hours, is a great adaption of the book, with impressive cinematography, old and new friends, and a lot of catchy songs to it. The only downside to the film is that some of the larger events haven't happened within this new trilogy yet, and thus; "The Hobbit" may come off as a tad slow. That may be hindering, but for a first film setting up a new trilogy, it goes in well.
Probably a comeback for Pixar after their rather mediocre film "Cars 2" (to which, I'll admit; it's okay entertainment), "Brave" came into the picture with stunning graphical detail, and introducing us to a fresh story about Scottish lore. This film also led us to our first ever Pixar princess as I announced back a few journals ago, as Merida is getting coronated next year. The film is also a testament to those who wanted to break tradition; as the plot features a mother-daughter friendly story, some sold characters and the like. The downside to it though, is that the story may feel a bit basic. But pushing that aside, you have a big comeback with this film from Pixar.
Burton's latest film beyond the cheesy and low-grade "Dark Shadows" was Disney's "Frankenweenie", a film that hit the Burton marker and gave a charm and grace unlike the previous version of the film that came out in 1984. The animation is greatly achieved, with the stop-motion aesthetic being its key element; the relationship between boy and his dog leads the movie on, and beyond that, you get a nice even balance of comedy and monster references that help propel it to becoming a Halloween hit. Of course, the only downside would be the black and white tone of the film, while it adds to the monster-mash idea of it, it isn't really for all who, dare I say wanna watch it in 3D especially. To say this movie is as good as, per say "Nightmare Before Christmas" would be crazy; but with it's charm and impressive demeanor, it pulls off very close to how Burton's old classic would've, and thus hits a good marker at number two of this year.
#1: Tied: "Wreck-It Ralph" and "The Avengers":
There were two mainly big hitters for number one this year: Disney's gaming romp and MARVEL's superhero blockbuster. So, why not talk about both?
First off, "Wreck-It Ralph" is Rich Moore's video game opus; and yes, it counts as a 2012 movie for some countries that got it, including us in North America, Australia, and other parts of the world. Europe and Japan, for some odd reason, don't get it until February or March respectively. Off the subject though and into the film; the film is a clever and concise hit of a film. Gamer or non-gamer alike can enjoy this movie, and get into it fairly quickly. The film boasts lovable characters (Ralph and Vanellope were my favorites), a plot that pulls twists and bends that really work the movie to it's core, and of course, really great animation and references all over the board; from gaming to music to even pop culture (All Your Base Are Belong To Us). The film is a definitive high-grade Disney work of art, and I'd recommend all who haven't seen it to give 'er a watch if it's out OR when it's coming out.
Second, "The Avengers" is of course, Joss Whedon's gift to MARVEL universes everywhere. The film, a conglomeration of all of the recent MARVEL works into a big collaborative and consistent film, is full of action, adventure, comedy; it's the definitive MARVEL film. Everyone has clamored and said their piece raving about the film, and I may as well do the same. The characters, all being recognizable; all played well, and the film; while meshing in comedic elements and a plot resurrecting one of the villains from the cinematic universe, creates a film that gives the importance of working as a team to take on whatever comes your way. And the film really fleshed that out between the interactions and actions of the heroes in their prime. There isn't really much downside to this film either, all fields come in strong and stringed together well enough that it comes off as cinematic gold. Whedon should be proud; because this superhero helping is worth it.
And that should be my films; some honorable mentions include "The Amazing Spider-Man", "John Carter", and a fair few others. Of course, 2013'll hold more cinematic opuses, and the inner Disney fan in me will definitely pig out on the obvious. But outside of Disney will also house some great ones, and I'll be happy to report my opinions on them when they come!
So, allow me to end off this journal with a wish to all of my friends, family and ohana. To you guys, I'd like to wish EVERYBODY a happy new year, and I can only hope that 2013 will be a great year in every sense of the word. Great year, everyone; I'll see you soon!
As well, is anyone looking for PSN IDs? If so and you're wondering about mine, mine's NeonYuna626. So, if you wanna, go right ahead and add me. Anyone with a Wii or 3DS who also wants to play me, just ask.
Anyways, I'll be back next time for more news to strife on next journal. Now onto other matters!
"SONGS OF THE MOMENT" SECTION:
So, for this week's "Song of the Moment" section; I wanted to focus on five songs that were some of my favorites out of 2012, and that means released this year. I'll be featuring all five via a YouTube link; and you guys'll see just how diverse the collection is. Anyways, here we go!
"Love Is All I Got" by Feed Me and Crystal Fighters
Sitting at the number five spot for the first "Favorite Songs of the Moment of 2012" is a song by Jon Gooch's more prominent identity Feed Me and the indie electropop group Crystal Fighters, with their song "Love Is All I Got". The song, released in October; is a slight electro-poppy song, fusing the recognizable quirky and fidgetty nature of Jon Gooch's sound with that of the pop guitars and simple synth works of the Crystal FIghters band. The result is a pumping yet completely fun ride of a tune. This sits at number five on this list due to the fact that it's bumpy nature does make for a good song, but in reality; what hinders it is it's mish-mashed genre take. Anyways, take a listen at number five here, and feel the love.
Feed Me and Crystal Fighters - "Love Is All I Got"
"The City" by Madeon, featuring the vocals of Zak Waters
At number four for my second "Favorite Songs of the Moment of 2012" comes a song by a French guy. No really; the guy's name is Madeon, and he's an electronic musician from France that has blown up since. In fact, he's going to be touring around with Lady Gaga really soon, following in the footsteps of fellow artist of similar waves, Zedd. This could mean the French musician a lot. But beyond this; his recently released EP featured this song; "The City". The song is best described as an experience, with Zak Waters' wild vocals helping the impact. What kind of experience? Well, an ecstatic one, what with the magical tech work around the song. Even ask my friend ~HappyAggro, it's worth your listen.
Madeon - "The City (feat. Zak Waters)"
"No One Knows Who We Are" by Kaskade and Swanky Tunes (feat. Lights)
Third on this "Favorite Songs of the Moment of 2012" comes in one that came out rather recent. But it was still released early as of this year, so it counts. Kaskade and Swanky Tunes are two of the big names in the electronic genre, but to make a song with Canadian singer Lights is a big shot; and the result of this end is "No One Knows Who We Are", a song that Kaskade had topped one of his recent sets with. Featuring strong vocals by Lights herself, thumping electro frames, and a nice hearty turn out, this song knows how to pick up the unknown and pound it out easy. And with Kaskade on a Grammy nom, why not?
Kaskade and Swanky Tunes (feat. Lights) - "No One Knows Who We Are"
"Some Nights" by Fun
Fourth up, this "Favorite Songs of the Moment of 2012" takes a bit of a poppy turn, with the group of Fun. The American group delivered a Grammy-nommed album this year, and delivered an anthem towards the young and the meek with their song "Some Nights". The song itself feels more like a march, with pounding drums, definitely thought-provoking lyrics, and of course, a notion that seems to connect to the youth of today. No matter how cheery or negative, Fun's song shows off it's colours and becomes a good favorite of mine during this year. Oh, and the album's awesome too.
Fun - "Some Nights"
"Messiah" by MONSTA
Another and the fifth "Favorite Songs of the Moment of 2012" comes from the OWSLA members known as MONSTA. The group, singer Skaar and two DJs, made an EP earlier in the year featuring this song; "Messiah". The song is a riot, and by that; I mean it's a song with powerful vocals about finding strength (in albelit religious subtext), pumping background electronics, and of course, a notion of finding that silver lining. Similar to Modestep's recent song "Another Day", the song is a brilliant listen, and you will get a mix of either discovering it for electronics, or discovering it due to singer Skaar's amazing vocal talents. And another favorite of mine for 2012.
MONSTA - "Messiah"
OZ: The Great and Powerful: = March 8, 2013
Oblivion: = April 12, 2013
Iron Man 3: = May 3, 2013
The Great Gatsby: = May 10, 2013
Monsters University: = June 21, 2013
The Lone Ranger: = July 3, 2013
Pacific Rim: = July 12, 2013
The Little Mermaid 3D: = September 13, 2013
Thor: The Dark World: = November 8, 2013
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: = November 23, 2013
Frozen: = November 27, 2013
The Muppets 2: = 2013
Phineas and Ferb Live-Action/Animated Film: = 2014
Maleficent: = March 14, 2014
TR3N: = 20??
The Avengers 2: = 20??
Finding Nemo 2: = 20??
Toy Story 4: = 20??
Cinderella (Live-Action): = 20??
Captain America: The Winter Soldier: = 20??
Disney Double Dare You's The Haunted Mansion: = 20??
The Black Hole Remake: = 20??
Tux / Tuxedo Gin: = 20??
Aida Movie: = 20??
The Magic Kingdom: = 20??
1906: = 20??
Mickey Mouse Film: = 20??
Sazon Booya - "Oye Mami EP" = January 24, 2013
KillSonik - "Where The River Runs Black" = January 27, 2013
Flux Pavilion - "Blow The Roof EP" = January 28, 2013
Feed Me - "Death By Robot" = January 2013
Birdy Nam Nam - "Defiant Order EP" = January 2013
Josh Groban - "All That Echoes" = February 5, 2013
Modestep - "Evolution Theory" = February 11, 2013
Atoms for Peace - "Amok" = February 18, 2013
The M Machine - "Metropolis: Part 2" = February 19, 2013
Major Lazer - "Free The Universe" = February 19, 2013
Example - "Perfect Replacement EP" = February 24, 2013
Kavinsky - "Outrun" = February 25, 2013
Michal Menert - "Elements EP" = February 2013
Dirtyphonics - "Irreverence" = March 2013
M83 - "Oblivion Soundtrack" = March 2013
Doctor P - "Animal Vegetable Mineral: Part 2" = March / April 2013
Paramore - Untitled New Album = April 2013
Alvin Risk - Untitled New EP = 2013
Datsik - "Vitamin D: Remixes" = 2013
J-DEVIL (aka Jonathan Davis) - Untitled New EP = 2013
J-DEVIL (aka Jonathan Davis) - "Spike In My Veins (feat. NOISIA)" = 2013
Le Castle Vania - Untitled New Album = 2013
BT - Untitled New Album = 2013
Chase & Status - Untitled New Album = 2013
How To Destroy Angels - Untitled New Album = 2013
The Glitch Mob - Untitled New Album = 2013
La Roux - Untitled New Album = 2013
Sub Focus - Untitled New Album = 2013
Chromeo - Untitled New Album = 2013
Red Hot Chili Peppers - "I'm With You Sessions" = 2013
My Chemical Romance - "Conventional Weapons Sessions" = 2013
Various Artists - "Spring Breakers Soundtrack" = 2013
My Chemical Romance - Untitled New Album = 2013
The Prodigy - "How To Steal A Jet Fighter" = 2013
ART / STORY NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Alright, so with this being my last journal of 2012, I figure I may as well start this off by saying that you could thank the Story Santa. 'Cuz as of the Christmas weekend when I posted up that journal; not while after, I posted up my new story parts: to which were the much-awaited Part 1 of "Stitch! ~ Crossed Timelines", and Part 2 of my ongoing Disney original concept "AQUOS". I hope that people enjoyed them, 'cuz keep your eyes out; there'll be more parts on the way.
Anyways; onto the bigger perks of 2012, my overview of how everything went this year. Well, over the course of a while, I focused on my artwork for the most part this year. My year started out with the drop off of my Experimental DJs project and a few new "Disney X Stitch!" crosses, as well as a small edit to a nice pic good friend of mine ~xXIttlesXx did. Of course, after that; I decided to focus on my schoolwork studies and finish the year off, to which I came in with some artwork for my original story "AQUOS", and then to conjunct with the 10th Anniversary of my favorite "Lilo and Stitch" franchise; I made two pictures, two pictures that have also been supported by Save Lilo and Stitch. Those two 10th Anniversary pictures are boosting in popularity, and in essence, they're two of the best pictures I made this year, in my honest opinion. Other than that, between a "TRON 30" poster set I did this year, a nice summer postcard (which that is among my favorites this year, alongside the 10th Anniversary pictures), a nice "SMILE" cover set and tribune I did to my two favorite Disney characters, and the starting of my tales "AQUOS" and the long-awaited "Stitch! ~ Crossed Timelines"; this year was way more devoted to my artwork rather than my writing. I wanna try and change that so that they're evenly balanced, but of course, to do both in any case is a lot of work. Anyways; before I get onto what's planned for 2013, I'll give a feature to my favorite works that I did from this year. Or heck, you guys can also do that too; just search through my gallery and find deviations that came out this year, and see which ones you like! Anyways, my favorites:
1: "+= SMILE =+"
Okay, this first one was created through two inspirations. One; as fanart towards the Madhouse series "Stitch!", which to many who know me know I adore (only Season 1 + Season 2). Two, a song came along during this series called "SMILE" by Kimaguren. The song is a nice cool and soothing Okinawan tune that carries a great beat, some catchy lyrics, and of course reflects the nature of the series it represents. Kagayaite, kagayaite, kagayai-- ...sorry. Habit. Anyways, as the single came out; the cover for it had two members of Kimaguren leaping. It gave me an idea later when I saw it to make a nice processional picture featuring Yuna and Stitch, my favorite characters. There exists two versions of this on deviantART, a Japanese one and an English one. No matter which way you slice it, it's the same picture, but just different graphics and all. And it's one of my favorite works this year, due to the colorful effects and the way I drew up the characters.
2: "+= Postcard From The Ohana =+"
This one was a little more summery fare, but to be honest, it was created during the beginning of August. It was made as the thought of Disney-influenced postcards coming out of Florida, California and the like came to mind. This picture, featuring Stitch, Yuna and Lilo, was one of my favorites just due to the summer nature. As most of you guys know, my favorite season is summer, and as we all know, summer is general beach weather. As always, I wanted to also show a little unity for the ohana, because as we all know; no matter which way you slice it in the series, togetherness is an omnipotent part of the "Lilo and Stitch" franchise. So, with Yuna and Lilo present; I made it a "wish you were here" sorta deal and the rest flew. It even had praise from Dan Cunningham, who is an illustrator who does Disneyland-inspired works. It hooked a lot, and that's why it sits at my second favorite of this year.
3: "C:// TRON 30"
This one's name is more computer oriented, but for good reason. Because this pic right here is the big hitting 30th Anniversary poster I did for Disney's faithful "TRON" franchise. This also dropped during the summer too, alongside another famous anniversary; but it was a huge landmark, due to the film being celebrated. 1982's "TRON" is known for being technologically one of the first films to utilize CGI. But it also spawned a legacy (no pun intended) of new things; between TV shows, the sequel film, its featurings in "KINGDOM HEARTS" and other media. Of course, with this big anniversary; it deserved a poster that was worthwhile; so taking from all the "TRON" mediums, I made this poster. Fusing the iconic "identity disc" position from the franchise and from "TRON", "TRON Legacy", and "TRON Uprising", it also took some moments from the franchise that were big into effect. So, with this in mind; this hodgepodge of media and power is my third favorite this year. End of Line, Programs.
4 & 5: "10 YEARS OF STITCH" Duo
For these two; these pics came fresh out of the 10th Anniversary gates of "Lilo and Stitch"; and were in process since March / April of this year. These two top favorites of mine were probably the longest time I worked on ANY picture on this site, and also one of the first times I had pictures supported by a big group; to which it was the big Save Lilo and Stitch group. Anyways, the first picture was a celebratory picture featuring a lot of the famous characters from the franchise; including Lilo, Yuna, Sae, Victoria, Angel, and even the main Experiment 626 Stitch himself graced the picture in a sparkly essence that referenced both the entire Lilo and Stitch franchise and "Stitch!" itself. The other picture featured most of the same characters, but done up in a nice eccentric summer theme. Both pictures came out on June 26th, in time for the special day of Stitch Day; or as numerics go, 6/26. The pay off for these two pictures have also garnished a lot, with over 3,000 views ever since their posting. More depending on which picture too. But I'd say, with stats like these and with consistent favoriting this year since their posting, this makes these two my absolute favorites made out of this year. And with the 10th Anniversary of Stitch in consideration, it's no surprise.
Now, after my favorites comes what I wanna try and do for 2013. With the new year in mind, I wanted to try and shift an equal focus of my writing and artwork. Moreso on my writing though; the plan for next year is to finish my stories "AQUOS" and "Stitch! ~ Crossed Timelines", and of course, press on into future projects and/or new artwork. I dunno what may come or what'll be ahead of me, but hey; all I know is that as long as YOU, the supporters standby for the ride, you'll be in for a treat. So, thank you everybody, viewers, watchers, friends, ohana; for your support and contributions this year, thanks for everyone who wanted a contribution, an RP or anything of me, and I promise you; 2013 will definitely be a year where things'll be all for the crows, but in a good way. I hope people keep locked in that "Watch" button, because more is on the way.
As you guys also obviously know, I've got collabs I'm doing as well, mainly just writing ones at the moment. Some are huge projects of mine like "TREASEARY" or that of my "Lion King" stories; while others I did specifically as collaborative efforts with others. Hit up my Side Projects in my Writing Schedule and you'll see them. So, anytime you guys wanna try and write a collab together, note me or contact me with an idea and maybe we can try it out? Or perhaps you can hit me up for an RP sometime too; I do those as well.
WRITING & ART RELEASE OUTLINE/SCHEDULE
CURRENT WRITING PROJECTS:
"AQUOS" <Working on Part 3 of 11>
"Stitch! ~ Crossed Timelines" <Working on Part 2 of 10>
SIDE PROJECTS (WRITING):
TREASEARY (with ~HappyAggro and ~justsomenut626)
"StitchXDisney" Cross Stories (by !AnnyMorrison)
"Crossed Dimensions 2: Teh Sequelz (with ~justsomenut626)
"Stitch! ~ Face of the Depths" Bloopers (with ~Slushy-Fan)
"Squid Stitched" (with *Son-Void)
COMING SOON IN TERMS OF WRITING PROJECTS:
"A STITCH In Reality"
"The Lion King: Descension" and "The Lion King III: Simba's Lineage" (with ~KingPengvien)
CURRENT ART PROJECTS:
SIDE PROJECTS (ART)
"AQUOS" Character Designs / Theatrical Poster
"Stitch! ~ Crossed Timelines" Theatrical Poster
"TREASEARY" Teaser Posters / Future Projects / Character Designs / Theatrical Poster <Most likely working on these with ~HappyAggro and ~Tanaya001.>
COMING SOON IN TERMS OF ART PROJECTS:
"A STITCH In Reality" Theatrical Poster / Character Sheet / Teaser Poster
More Stitch!XDisney Crosses
If anyone's interested, I have also made a Yuna reference sheet out of screencaps and all, showcasing several of her attires in the Stitch! series (first series [Season 1 + Season 2] only). Whoever wants it, go ahead and note or comment me and I'll be happy to provide it for you.
And as always, I would love for more to join in with some help for art, musical scores, or what have you; anything you have would be great and a big help to any of the projects I have lined up!
MUTUAL OHANA SECTION:
That's it for this journal dudes, so, see ya guys next journal and as I would say, mahalo and aloha folks! Ichariba Chode!
Dil // TheDarkOfNight - D ~