I've been on such a Spiderman kick lately. Let's face it, he's a very enduring super hero. I'm planning to do a fanart of Spiderman swining through buildings at night with his top villians surrounding him. Green Goblin, Dr.Octopus, The Lizard, and (my personal favorite) Venom! These are warm ups before I do the piece.
Saturday, May 26, 2007
Friday, May 11, 2007
After 4 years of commuting in the rain, sleet, and snow, trying to meet dead lines, learning after effects and photoshop, etc, etc, I graduated from The School Of Visual Arts! It feels good. The ceremony was really nice, although it sucked that my class mates and I had to wait to eat for 5-6 hours straight. I'm really happy I graduated from college. Now I have alot of free time to do my own things, hang out with people, and hopefully find myself a nice girl. It is a shame my Grandmother passed away before my graduation. I was living with her in Brooklyn since the first day of school to make my commutes easier. She was very good to me and I owe all of my accomplishments at school to her. I love you and I miss you Grandma. To my classmates, congratulations. We did it!
Monday, May 7, 2007
I found this old article in my parents bed room. I forgot all about it! I was on 95.5 WPLJ three times when I was 9, 10, and 11 years old imitating the Morning Show's Scott and Todd's prank calls endlessly.(much to my family's laughter and dismay).My sister, Lauren called them up and told them about me, and they let me re-enact their calls on the air. You can read the article if you want. I don't think I would go back and do it again. It's cute when you do it at 9. But when you do it at 23, it's disturbing.
Sunday, May 6, 2007
"Good Evening".One of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century. Classics such as "Psycho, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Dial M For Murder" and countless others always intrigued my interest and sent a chill down my spine. "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" is a great television series. Hitchcock always had a lowbrow wittiness during the openings and closings of each show. Long Live Hitchcock!
Saturday, May 5, 2007
I saw Spiderman 3 at 12:15 am at the AMC theater in Times Square. Alot of mix reactions about it. I didn't think the story was as good as the first two, but the effects and action were amazing. Seeing Venom was great, even though he wasn't in it that much. I kinda wish he would be in Spiderman 4. I loved how he was screeching and how his mouth stretched. Pretty cool. I wonder who will be in the next Spiderman movie? I guess we'll find out.