He was an early Christmas present from my grandparents since they gave up on buying my a polaroid camera ;-;

Anyways, his real name is Jacque, because he’s French (at least to me, I don’t really know for sure but he isn’t English for sure) and I’m gonna make him a fairytale type story one of these vacation days. He stands guard at my desk and protects my stuff TuT


You know that feeling…

You know how there’s those times when someone you know of comes up to you and knew who you were, when all that time you thought they didn’t?

It happens to me all the freaking time.

Like I’d be minding my own business, and (usually) an upperclassman would come up to me and be like “Hey Seihou, what’s up?”

And my reaction is always this:  O///-///O And inside I’m always like “YOU ACTUALLY KNOW WHO I AM?? THIS IS FLATTERING”

I don’t know if this is what other people think,but lately I’ve been having that feeling a lot @-@ This is how you can tell I’m not used to the attention from my higher ups.

Amigurumi hair tutorial


I wanted to share how I make the hair for my amigurumi. I always wished that someone had shared this information when I was first getting started, and I searched high and low for a couple of months before deciding on a way that I wanted to make the hair. One of the reasons I like making hair this way is because I like that it doesn’t create a massive amount of bulk, and yet doesn’t look like the doll is bald either. I’ll try to include images of both boy and girl hair, and to make it easier to distinguish between the two I’ll use images of my light skinned brown haired boy, and then for the girl I’ll use the images of my olive skinned black haired girl. I’m not necessarily the best at writing understandable instructions for everyone, so I’m including a large amount of images so…

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Sunny-side Up-side Down Story

So for those of you who don’t know, I have Culinary Arts as a class. Pretty fun and stuff, especially if you plan on going into the food industry.

We had a test today over eggs and breakfast food. The way they test is by dividing it into two parts: a written test and a cooking test.

I was told for the cooking part to make a Sunny-side Up and to present it to my teacher. Easy enough, right?

Well, I make my egg and everything (it was a bit sloppier than the rest of the others who have to make that too, since I was sick the day they got to practice egg making), and I made sure that it would be able to slide off of the pan with the butter.

As I was about to slide the egg from the pan to the plate, it suddenly flipped upside down!! I freaked out, and my classmates were like “Oooooh you better fix that before the teacher gets hereeee.”

That’s when a friend of mine helped me by flipping over the egg upright using another plate. Luckily for me, the yolk didn’t pop and it looked like nothing bad happened.

It was actually kinda funny, almost like a cartoon. Maybe some day I’ll draw it out as a comic 😝


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Moleskine notebook

I never wanted to buy one of those expensive Moleskine sketchbooks. I did not see the point in buying a sketchbook that cost as much as three to five sketchbooks with decent paper. I’ve seen a lot of people running around in advertising agencies and taking down notes or slogans for bears who clean their bottoms with this super soft toilet paper – onto these notebooks.
Moleskine felt like showing off, like not being somebody who really draws a lot, but only carries a Moleskine with him because he thinks that he can impress somebody with it.

This was until I got my first Moleskine as a present. And, to be honest, I was blown away by the quality of the paper. It is a watercolour sketchbook with not too thick pages that have a great structure and do not get curly when soaked with water. So I went…

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