Apr. 23rd, 2011

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Well, this week has been uneventful. I drew some stuff, tried to apply for some jobs, did some commission work. I also visited friends and watched some movies. My friend decided we needed to have a theme night of "What the Fuckery" for movies and so we ended up watching RoboGeisha and Jacob's Ladder.

Robo Geisha was a horribly cheap cheesy movie that didn't take itself seriously at all, and ended up being fairly enjoyable for it.I'm not going to recommend this movie to many people since it really isn't a good movie. It's barely "so bad its good" the sheer ridiculousness of it sort of assaults you to the point you either throw your hands up and ride it out or shut it off.

Jacob's Ladder was something we watched with little idea what it was about (at least I had little idea about it). Even after watching it I'm hesitant to try to explain it, since any sort of explanation would feel like I was spoiling something. The main reason it made the viewing list was due to the fact it is credited with being an influence on Silent Hill. I can definitely see the influence, they both employ similar visuals and moods. Very odd movie to watch though very well done.

We also watched Hanna, which was quite good. Some of the cinematography choices were a bit off putting but it was a good film. I wish some parts of it could be explored more but overall it pretty much was what I expected from the trailer and enjoyed watching it.

And now I'm going to do an early art post and shower.
lissa_quon: (Default)
Well, this week has been uneventful. I drew some stuff, tried to apply for some jobs, did some commission work. I also visited friends and watched some movies. My friend decided we needed to have a theme night of "What the Fuckery" for movies and so we ended up watching RoboGeisha and Jacob's Ladder.

Robo Geisha was a horribly cheap cheesy movie that didn't take itself seriously at all, and ended up being fairly enjoyable for it.I'm not going to recommend this movie to many people since it really isn't a good movie. It's barely "so bad its good" the sheer ridiculousness of it sort of assaults you to the point you either throw your hands up and ride it out or shut it off.

Jacob's Ladder was something we watched with little idea what it was about (at least I had little idea about it). Even after watching it I'm hesitant to try to explain it, since any sort of explanation would feel like I was spoiling something. The main reason it made the viewing list was due to the fact it is credited with being an influence on Silent Hill. I can definitely see the influence, they both employ similar visuals and moods. Very odd movie to watch though very well done.

We also watched Hanna, which was quite good. Some of the cinematography choices were a bit off putting but it was a good film. I wish some parts of it could be explored more but overall it pretty much was what I expected from the trailer and enjoyed watching it.

And now I'm going to do an early art post and shower.
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Finished this one earlier this week.
Fairly happy with this one, though I tried a different technique with the under painting that I think worked out rather well.

and click on for the rest )

Oh yea, I also now have a Tumblr account which is becoming more of a compilation of ear worms and neat links. I do also post art on there though it is mostly being dominated by everyone else's pic spam.
lissa_quon: (Default)


Finished this one earlier this week.
Fairly happy with this one, though I tried a different technique with the under painting that I think worked out rather well.

and click on for the rest )

Oh yea, I also now have a Tumblr account which is becoming more of a compilation of ear worms and neat links. I do also post art on there though it is mostly being dominated by everyone else's pic spam.

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