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    • Stuff I'm doing!

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      I'm trying to consolidate most of my content into one hub for people even though I will also be maintaining individual sites as well. Thank SWEET BABY GEEZUS a lot of this stuff syncs together. I revamped my blog, so please check out the NEW HOTNESS. Also, if you guys do the Facebook thing, I will also be adding content there as well! Please give the page a Like if that's your go-to platform for stuff outside of RT. https://www.facebook.com/Geekyfriedrice


      I would like to collaborate with more people to create stuff because not only is it fun, but I've come to the realization in the last couple years that I would want my legacy to just bring good things to the world. Whether it's helpful blog posts, entertaining gaming videos, or silly Vines... speaking of, I made one with @Newbs (check it out here https://vine.co/v/idvttnguUAu), I just want people to feel good whenever they come into contact with anything I've made. If I made one person smile, feel better about themselves, see the world differently, make them forget any hardships they may be experiencing, then all the work put into these things is beyond worth it.


      Let me know what you guys think. <3

    • Do me a solid

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      Shelly goes into her surgery tomorrow morning. The surgery will last about 5 hours. They will be removing her colon to determine the stage of her cancer. Best case, it just stayed inside her colon. Worst case, they start chemo.


      Can you send her some good vibes? She's foxymenace on Twitter.


      Tomorrow, I will start streaming around 6:30pm PST. Hope to see you there.


      gofundme.com/shellylarson

      twitch.tv/geekyfriedrice


      I gotta be honest, I don't know how to feel right now. I am so scared for her, and the only way I know how to help is to continue streaming and sharing her page. I wish I could do more for her, but this is all I can do. It doesn't feel like enough. I just don't want her to suffer anymore like she has her entire life. I should probably stop typing before I start crying all over my laptop. Thanks for being so supportive you guys.


      Less than three you.


    • There are two faces to every community. Today I am talking about the cosplay community

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      We can get into a long, healthy discussion about the culture of the cosplay world, but I wanted to focus on three things in particular.


      1) The cosplay community is so vibrant, beautiful, creative, and awe-inspiring. I watch videos of cosplay groups, I see people magically construct outfits and props, I see people bond, connect and build something amazing together. That is such an amazing thing to witness, I hope that the cosplay community stays around forever.


      2) Sexual harassment and sexual assault is a very real thing in this community and it can happen to anyone. I cannot and never will be able to wrap my mind around the existence of this mentality, but it is very much present in our society, and that both infuriates and saddens me very much.


      3) The concept of said harassment is sometimes exploited and that makes me even madder and more upset.


      I read an article today and it was about a young woman who called out her harasser stating the following: "Thirteen years ago, I was under 18- a minor. I was attending an anime convention in the Chicago area. A group of cosplayers, including myself, headed up to a hotel room to change out of our costumes. We were followed. While we were undressing, a photographer began slamming into our room's locked door in an attempt to break in. The room had one of those sliding locks, which broke open under the force. The photographer rushed in with a camera, attempting to get nude photos and/or video of underage cosplayers." That is a direct copy/paste from her article.


      As you can imagine, the photographer being accused of the above lost credibility, lost work, lost contacts with conventions, etc... Said photographer uploaded a video of that exact moment. None of the the accusations were true. I will post the video below and if you look in the description, he links to all other correspondence/articles.


      Her response: First and foremost, I'm not posting the video here. It would be triggering to some, and also NSFW due to language. You can find it yourself, gentle reader.

      My reaction is this: No, clearly I did not remember all the details. It was 13 years ago, and I've tried to be honest and clear any time something new came to light.


      I must call BS here. This guy's reputation has taken so much damage because of an accusation that was made based on a foggy memory from 13 years ago. She even goes on to say that he didn't remember exact details either. I WOULDN'T EITHER IF HAD TO REMEMBER SHIT FROM 13 YEARS AGO. She instigated this cry wolf story. She wouldn't link the proof against her because it would be "triggering". There was nothing in the video that would cause such a violent, mental breakdown on her part of any parties involved. Even in the moment that was recorded, there was no drama, no overreaction, just... nothing. Nothing was wrong. No one was screaming, a riot didn't happen, police weren't called. I highly dislike people who exploit the "trigger warning" concept and use that as a shield to hide behind.


      Whatever her reasons for doing all this, it has done nothing for the community and it has damaged both herself and the photographer. Did he have an idiotic moment? Yes. You can see why in the video below. Did this moment warrant being accused of doing something illegal and have his reputation tarnished? Nope.


      It is a shame that some within this community want to tear it down for the sake of popularity. A friend of a friend wrote a damn good closing statement to this whole thing: As much as we need to protect women and young girls at conventions from sexual harassment, we also need to ensure that people won't be subjected to unfair witch hunts over someone else's self-victimization fetish.


      That being said and going back to point 2, there are very real situations that happen, and I will always be of the belief that people should say something and report anything that happens to them. There are legitimate stories out there, and probably tons more that are not told because people are afraid to use their voice. I will always encourage you to fight back and not stand for someone using you, bullying you, or think they can take advantage of you because you are enjoying a hobby you love.


      Going back to point 1, I don't cosplay very much, but with my dabbling in this community, I will always believe that this culture should be about creating and enriching. It should be about learning new skills, acquiring more knowledge and achieving camaraderie. This community is absolutely beautiful in its heart and I want that to be its legacy.



    • Friendly Reminder

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      If you know someone is having a hard day and you know they can use a pick me up, don't wait to give them that encouragement. Many times, people need to know that they matter. If you can see the outer struggle, imagine what the inner turmoil is like.


      If you are reading this journal, thanks for being a part of my day =D


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    • More streaming of Bloodborne

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      More Bloodborne. Charity streaming thru 3/18. Come hang out! live at twitch.tv/geekyfriedrice

    • What's in a Community?

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      First off, you guys should totally welcome @CraigSkitz and his team to Rooster Teeth. He wrote a welcome journal which you can find here. They've officially become part of the family. If you haven't checked out their content, they are pretty hilarious. You can see their videos here. Guys, I know change is scary and the internet's immediate reaction to change is to reject it and be all "what is this!? What happened to the house!?"


      Let+us+remember+that+little+green+bell+w


      But honestly, embrace the fact that there are even more creative figures joining up and while I haven't been following them for very long, I can easily see that they give a damn about their community. There is no Us vs Them; we are all one big community now. We may have different mindsets, we may come from different backgrounds, we may have started liking different things, but those differences (like with any aspect of life) should strengthen a connection. I implore you to be open-minded, open-hearted and welcome Screw Attack with open arms.


      Now, more community talk. There has been a sudden spike in various regions and community members are rallying together to connect with each other with a common goal of strengthening the community. THAT IS SO COOL. I've said this before, but the first step to wanting to build your local community is just wanting to get out there and do something. I did that with the Vegas crowd and we now have semi-regular get togethers. You don't need a huge, lavish party to get your people together. You just need some planning, organization, marketing tools and determination.


      These tactics may not work for everyone, but I found it helpful when establishing a group.


      *Create a group here on the website. Check to make sure a group already doesn't exist. If one does, then you may want to reach out to the admin of the group and see what's up, especially if there has been no activity for a few years.


      *Get that social media presence going. Create a Twitter and FB page. And in the profiles, link every damn thing you can together. People have preferences as far as how to keep up with news and updates. Make their research easy for them. Also, use those platforms for community talk only. Don't start using those profiles as personal accounts.


      Over time, I've found that relying on potential attendees for dates, preferences, etc... was a waste of time. So now I just say "HEY! LISTEN! We are gonna do this at this time and this place and I want you there!" Lo and behold, people show up. Which reminds me. HEY, VEGAS PEEPS, we are going bowling at the Southpoint on March 13th at 12:00pm! COME BOWL WITH US. Depending on the event, it's just waaaaaay easier to make all the decisions at one time, then broadcast it out to people. I try to avoid instances where you would invite too many cooks to the kitchen. Ever read Aesop's Fables: The Man, His Son, and the Donkey? Moral of the story is no matter how hard you try, you cannot please everyone. And that is a hard lesson to learn for someone who wants to get out there and make people happy.


      You've made the first step of wanting to create a local community. That's great! But understand that a lot of your time will be maintaining that community. I know some people don't utilize any social media or update their groups here until an event needs to be planned. Sometimes that works, but some communities need that constant reminder that the group exists. And hey, don't be frustrated if your group only has 5 people in it, or your Twitter only have 1 or 2 people following. EVERYONE STARTS AT 0. Remember that. It takes time and perseverance to build a following. My first event had 6 people show up and we had the best time. Now we average around 10 or so. Progress! You cannot be discouraged by numbers because your sole motivation should be to just connect with people who share a common love with you. Be genuine and people will gravitate toward that.


      There's a bunch of different things you can do. Some groups play video games together, some plan outings, some create picture/video montages, some have RvB or RWBY marathons.. The list goes on. There is no one right way to have a gathering or celebrate Community Day. The point is that you are bringing people together regardless if you are in person or on the internet. And I don't care if all you can do to celebrate Community Day is post a picture of yourself in RT gear, you are still celebrating and you are still showing support. I've heard/read so many comments of "that's not really partaking in RTCD". I speak for myself (as always) and I will say that they ARE celebrating Community Day in their own way. Maybe that person has school or work, or they can't afford to go to an outing, or they are just in a position of not doing a group event. Or maybe, just maybe, no one in their area has created a local community so this is the best way they can participate in Community Day. They still took the time to say "I love this community". That's the most important part.


      I could go on even more about community stuff, but this is already a big wall of text.


      TL;DR

      Welcome Craig and Screw Attack to the family

      Our community remains awesome and if you want to help out, get involved and develop and plan a strategy

      You can always chat with me or other community members if you have questions. Shoot me a message here or hit me up on Twitter: GeekyFriedRice.


      Enjoy your Friday. Less than three you all.

    • It is Women's Day. Pull up a chair and let's have a chat

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      There's a day for everything, but very few of these directly impact me or have special meaning to me. Women's Day is one of special meaning to me. And don't worry, I'm not going to grab a mic, shout from the top of my lungs and demand you listen to me. Rather, I would appreciate any time you could spare to read about my experiences as to why this day is important to me and why these concepts and practices of respecting women in general should be applied to every day of the year. And I do not speak for anyone but myself and I speak from the perspective of an Asian American heterosexual female.


      My life has been a very strange mix of good and bad experiences as a young woman. I am not very young nor am I very old. I have not gone through everything life has to offer but I also know I have experienced things that others may not have. I'm going to construct this post with the Oreo effect in mind.


      I was told multiple times that I am naturally empathetic and that is both a blessing and a curse. I place myself in another's shoes too often and their emotions become my own. On the same token, it's easier for me to read people in certain social settings. No matter how empathetic I am, however, I will never be able to understand why people put others down or treat them horribly. When someone is happy, I am happy. And when someone is sad, I am sad. And when someone is mistreated, I feel upset and angry. All of these feelings affect me at different levels, but it is very draining altogether. My personality allows me to both connect with people but also opens me up to be exploited by them.


      Over the years, I have experienced various situations regarding my gender and race. And the majority of these scenarios were initiated by men. These are some of the negative things that I have gone through:


      *A guy was barking at me and said he was speaking my language.

      *Your body looks weird. I don't like the way you dress. When I'm seen with you, I want you to look a certain way. I'm buying you clothes from Abercrombie.

      *I don't like that you have video game posters. It looks like I'm dating a 14 year old boy.

      *Guy was drunk and put his arm around me, effectively keeping me from walking forward. I pushed him away and he was surprised. No acknowledgement of what he did. Same guy looked over at my female friend and said "nice tits."

      *Stop looking like a battered wife. I'm just pissed at that this [computer software] is not working. I'm not yelling AT you for Christ's sake. Get the fuck out of my office. I leave. Five minutes later... can you be readily available when I need your help? God.

      *Guy punches his steering wheel in anger. I ask him to stop. He tells me he can hit whatever the fuck he wants.

      *I hope you become a lousy fucking writer and that all your friends fucking die.

      *There is an argument and I don't raise my voice. I just comply because this is taking place in a car, and I am driving. I say okay, whatever you want. "Stop being such a c*** or I will knock your fucking head off."


      Pretty brutal, huh? These experiences span from middle school to recent years and I cannot fully express how much these and other memories have fully affected me, still affect me, but also shaped my perspective and outlook on life in general. I have let go of most of it, and some of it has stayed with me, but only in the way of being reminders to not put up with that garbage ever again. Gaslighting is a a hell of a treatment to undergo for years on end, but that doesn't mean it should cloud your future. Step away from that BS. It's amazing how liberated you feel when you do. Now. Did men hurt me? Yes. Do I believe all men are like this? Hell no. This is why.


      *Hey, I'm sorry to bug you. But what's your name? Jackie? Well, I just wanted Jackie to know that she has a beautiful smile. Have a good day!

      *Actual note I received from a customer when I was working at a mall: To the girl with a beautiful smile... you brightened my day. You definitely made my horrible Saturday much better. Thank you!"

      *Playing Gears of War: Dude, I can't get to her! Help her up! Okay! Wait... we're playing with a girl? Haha, yeah, I'm a lady. Thank you for helping me. No... thank YOU for gracing us with your presence.

      *Thanks for babysitting me on Valentine's Day. I got you a mini rose bush because you're my Valentine this year!

      *I just want you to know that you helped me so much just by being you.

      *I always found you be a nice and intelligent person. That will never change.

      *I want to let you know you're brilliant and you're destined to do wondrous things even if it may not be clear what those are just yet

      *I would describe you as many things, but fragile is not one of them.

      *Just wanted to say you're awesome, keep your head up.

      *You never need to thank me for being a friend. I'm happy to have you in my life.

      *You are priceless. Now it's time to be fearless.


      These statements and experiences came from men of all ages, some I know personally and others I never knew at all. And these are the men/types of men I choose to embrace and keep in my life if I can.


      Ladies, I know there is so much that you are going through, good and bad and I want to support, encourage and remind you especially during the bad times that you are not alone. It's easy to say be strong, be unwavering, be unaffected, but that in itself is yet another obstacle. So my sentiment to you is to surround yourself with the positive. Free yourself from the negative and never be afraid to be yourself. You are so beautiful and lovely as you are. You are already strong for waking up and facing the day. There's a lot of bad in the world, but there is also a lot of good. I've lived it. You are a part of this world just as anyone else, and no matter how much others may try to put out your light, you bring it, and you bring it hard. So be your bad ass awesome self because no one can take that from you. Don't forget that. Happy YOU day.







    • Bloodborne Livestream to Help Shelly Beat Cancer Wrap Up

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      I wanted to update everyone on my livestream effort that took place over the weekend of March 5th, 2016. To catch people up to speed, my friend, Shelly, was diagnosed with colon cancer recently. She is scheduled to have her colon removed for further analysis to determine what stage the cancer is. Best case scenario, the cancer stayed within the colon. Worst case, the cancer spread and they begin chemo.


      Shelly has suffered illnesses throughout her life due to an almost non existent immune system. She also has Crohns. She has also never asked for help before. This time she and her husband have asked for a helping hand. This is why I was livestreaming Bloodborne. I streamed for as long as I could (came out to be about 17-18 hours over Saturday and Sunday) to raise some donations for their GoFundMe Page. I wrote down the amount that the GoFundMe already had and then I took down the amount at the end of my stream. I also saw a few more donations come in afterward that came from good friends of mine. I am so proud of the GeekyFriedRice community. We have raised approximately $1,930.00 for Shelly and her husband. HOLY FRAGGLESNAPS.


      I saw donations come in from everywhere: people who personally knew me, people from mutual communities and some from people who had never met neither myself or Shelly. I am absolutely floored by your kindness and generosity. Shelly also stopped by for a bit on Saturday to talk to the people in the livestream so they could “meet” who they were donating to and it was a surreal experience. At one point in her visit, we refreshed the GoFundMe page and saw the number increase and she just pointed at my computer in surprise. She couldn’t believe how many people donated to help her. And I told her it was worth it, she was worth it, and that I loved her. She gave me a big hug and it was an even sweeter moment because the chat was sharing that with us.


      And I will openly admit that I could not have done this without you guys. So many people shared this news and so many people stayed with me while I streamed. I had a good 30-40 viewers at all times during the stream on Saturday. I am humbled. My twitter feed blew up with retweets and supportive replies and responses and I even found support from fellow Twitch streamers who hosted, raided and shared my channel to their audiences. They are all awesome and I encourage you to check them out:


      SailorTweek (Thanks for keeping people entertained while I had dinner, lady!)

      TheMaddyMonster

      MrTraxxyTrax

      Biggest_of_Plays

      Shadow_Voltrune

      JoshWam


      You guys helped out so much. I will forever be grateful for what you guys have done to help spread the word about Shelly’s story. All of you didn’t have to do anything, but you did and it means so, so much to me and Shelly.


      To everyone who shared her page, donated, stayed with us during the stream, kept us fed (shoutout to Jordan Lucas for the pizza support), this weekend was amazing because of you. Shelly has a big surgery on the 18th, so all your well wishes, positive thoughts/prayers are appreciated.


      If you want to see updates on Shelly, her GoFundMe is here and she occasionally updates her Instagram.


      You can catch my livestreams here.


      I will continue to stream and bring as much awareness as I can to Shelly’s GoFundMe, but I just wanted to let you all know how special this last weekend was to me. You guys are amazing, and you are the heart of this community. Thank you. From the bottom of our hearts.


      Less than three you.

    • We're going to kick cancer's ass

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      'Playing Bloodborne to fight cancer' begins at 9am PST / 11am CST today (in like 15 minutes!)! Stop by say hi, and if you can, please donate to my friend, Shelly's page. I promise to be entertaining!


      twitch.tv/geekyfriedrice

      https://www.gofundme.com/shellylarson


      For those who are just getting in and don't know what's going on...


      I was going to do a write-up on Bloodborne as I completed the game a couple weeks ago, but since then, I received some distressing news from a very dear friend. Shelly and I have been friends since about 8th grade, and while we drifted apart after graduation, we reconnected about five years ago. I was ecstatic to find that we had similar interests in video games, cosplay and shared a common love of the geeky culture. I was also very saddened to learn that she had many medical ailments including Crohn’s disease, iron deficiency and a very weak immune system. When we would plan some outings, there would be times when she couldn’t make it simply because she was too weak to leave her home. Even through all that, she still managed to help me with a couple video collaborative projects and she made time for me when she could.


      She has never complained about her condition. She never blamed anyone else for them and has never projected any negative feelings in general regarding them. With her, it was always about living life to the fullest and never taking anything for granted. She has always placed others before her, and I believe, is the very definition of altruism. Very recently, she found out that she had colon cancer. You know what she did? She shed a ton of tears, she informed family and friends, and then she went out and voted because what happens in her country matters to her. She and her husband are currently traveling to Ohio to seek treatment in the medical facilities there and as of today, they are waiting for results from numerous biopsies to determine if more surgeries are needed or if they will go straight to chemo.


      I want to help her. Every year, I participate in video game related charity livestreams to raise donations for sick children and their families. This time, I will be livestreaming for someone close to my heart and I will be featuring her gofundme page on my channel. I don’t have a lot of money, but what I can do is entertain people and bring awareness to what is going on in her life.


      Why Bloodborne? As I said, I completed the game not too long ago, and I told myself that I wouldn’t play it again because it was set at a level of difficulty that was pretty devastating to my psyche. I know how that sounds. But when you play something over and over and over again and you fail at it over and over and over again, it begins to affect you. I don’t know how I managed to beat it, but I did and that was quite an accomplishment for me. I was quite proud of that, but I said that I would shelve Bloodborne for the foreseeable future. And then I read about Shelly’s update. As weird as this sounds, Bloodborne seems like the perfect game to play for something like this. No matter how angry and upset I will be at the game, those feelings pale in comparison to what Shelly is experiencing. To me, that is fantastic motivation to livestream as long as I can. If she’s going to battle cancer, then I can take on a video game to help her in her fight.


      Thank you to everyone who has shared Shelly’s page and/or donated. Seeing people come together to help her has warmed my heart. There aren’t enough words to express how grateful I am, how thankful she is. I text her a few times over the last couple days, and she cried several times because she is in disbelief that so many people who don’t know her are willing to help and support her. You guys are wonderful. I hope to see you this weekend!

    • Seriously, fuck cancer

      3 years ago

      kriss Community Manager

      This is why I want to help out my friend. And this is why I am livestreaming this Saturday.


  • Comments (1227)

    • reesekindle

      9 years ago

      Pretty much.
      I see you've got quite a thing for Spartans. smiley8.gif


      Dammit all.
      Well, as long as I'm double posting. Where're you from, besides Neon Central?

      Post edited 8/18/09 2:40AM

    • reesekindle

      9 years ago

      Pretty much.
      I see you've got quite a thing for Spartans. smiley8.gif

    • reesekindle

      9 years ago

      Those people are annoying, but they remind me of the days when I started out.
      By the way, I like your pics as well. Funny, in the quirky real-life Halo kinda way. smiley6.gifsmiley8.gif

    • reesekindle

      9 years ago

      Thank you. I appreciate it.

    • spastic_jedi

      9 years ago

      sure thing chicken wing! just let me know what to do and where to go to do it and I'll for sure do one for you

    • muzeek

      9 years ago

      It's okay smiley1.gif ... It wouldn't be fair with you. I have to stick to the order the requests came in smiley1.gif

      Post edited 8/17/09 2:03PM

    • muzeek

      9 years ago

      smiley1.gif Thanks for understanding

    • fluffnight

      9 years ago

      Cool!
      (Crazy! Hana-Kimi! Never would have expected that!)

      Mind if I ask if you have any suggestions for a "wannabe" writer?

    • Freeblade

      9 years ago

      haha yeah, i've been away for a while, and the 300 ppl that i used to talk to, most of them don't get on lol...time to start deleting..

      So, Photography and Writing? Thats really cool...wats your favorite thing to write?

    • Freeblade

      9 years ago

      lol wow, we signed up like 6 days apart..

    • Tetrameth

      9 years ago

      Yes. smile.png

      I believe she liked it alot. ^_^



      Also, I'll try to get to your interview questions soon. What with RT Philly and all taking up most of my time this weekend and getting all my alerts done and squared away with. It's kind of slipped my mind.

    • Freeblade

      9 years ago

      Lol, i was a Freshman in College and one of my classmates was laughing like crazy in the corner of the room. I went to see what it was, and he showed me a couple episodes...been hooked ever since. What about you?

    • Freeblade

      9 years ago

      Pretty well i suppose. I kinda went dead on this site lol so i'm trying to add new people. How are you?

    • Freeblade

      9 years ago

      Hello ^^

    • fluffnight

      9 years ago

      Out of curiosity, what type of stuff do you write?
      Screenplays? Fiction? (And what fanfics?)

    • JediJesus87

      9 years ago

      Thanks.

    • BASTARD667

      9 years ago

      I will deffinitely check them out! Thanks.

    • muzeek

      9 years ago

      I'm really glad your idea is getting so much positive feedback! You're a nice person, and you are helping me. Thank you.

    • muzeek

      9 years ago

      Hi! smiley1.gif I'm working on answering your interview smiley1.gif . I'll email it to you soon! Just wanted to let you know I thank you for letting me be part of your interview group, and I think your idea is great!

      Post edited 8/16/09 1:41AM

    • BASTARD667

      9 years ago

      Hey there. I saw your semi-writer status and thought we could talk a bit. Plus, your name is the same as a character from one of my books. lol. She's a fairly nice character, so I figured I'd test my theory.
      Oh, and if you can send me some of your writing/fan fiction, I'd be very interested in reading them.
      Thanks, Krissy. Hopefully we'll speak in the future!

    • CRrider831

      9 years ago

      fuck yea, grifball is awesome, were hopin to be the wild card team for our division, cuz one of the teams beat us that was determining a guaranteed spot in the playoffs, its soooo much fun and addicting lol

    • CRrider831

      9 years ago

      o fo shooo, thats pretty coool, yea a friend of mine had his goin away party last night, got a scholarshiip to nebraska for baseball, legit! and yea so i noticed u doooo really like to write haha thats chilll

    • CRrider831

      9 years ago

      its goin, haha just posted up waitin for some friends to come over, recovering from last night haha, how bout u?

    • deathstrike8

      9 years ago

      That's cool that your friend is trying to help you. I've always liked scenery and landscapes more than photos with people. People you see all around you, but that one scene of nature taken a certain way can only be viewed that way. It'd be good if you can get into the part time modeling though.

    • deathstrike8

      9 years ago

      Draw? lol, no. I doodle cause I can't draw to save my life. What got you into photography?

    • deathstrike8

      9 years ago

      How long have you been an artist?

    • RVA_Amanda

      9 years ago

      Haha, me too :)

    • muzeek

      9 years ago

      Okiday! I'll stay tuned then!!!

    • muzeek

      9 years ago

      Hey! That's one fine idea! I'm open to any interviews :)

    • EdibleUndies

      9 years ago

      Soo hard to pick lol. First it was Tucker, then it was Donut. Caboose is my new fav, he makes It impossible to not laugh.

    • EdibleUndies

      9 years ago

      Ohh it was completely random, my brother and I love halo, and he downloaded one of the redvsblue episodes by accident one day. He thought it was hilarious and he showed it to me one day. and then i was hooked LOL!

    • EdibleUndies

      9 years ago

      Hi Jackie!! I'm Simone =) How u doin?

    • RVA_Amanda

      9 years ago

      Haha, I felt the same way when I first heard that riddle smiley1.gif

    • Zakster

      9 years ago

      Well, Rooster Teeth is following you as well.

    • muzeek

      9 years ago

      Thank you for your posts :] I answered your question :]

    • bcw01hm

      9 years ago

      Your welcome. : )

    • muzeek

      9 years ago

      You got it! The piece will be yours soon.

    • spastic_jedi

      9 years ago

      :) I'm Kirsten :) Nice to meet you too

    • spastic_jedi

      9 years ago

      Film :) and yes I luuuurve hedgehogs

    • MissJackie

      9 years ago

      lol me and liselove shared the title that week smiley1.gif

    • RosaSpinaque

      9 years ago

      I would love to see your new Ada when it is all finished!

      I don't have a business right now as I don't really have time to be making and selling things. I was accepted into the costume design program at FIDM (where I got my fashion design degree from) in LA. There are only six of us in the program and it is pretty intense as we will get a degree in costume design in one year. So I am just focusing on doing my best in that and learning as much as I can, but when I graduate I plan on doing free lance costume work on top of whatever job I get. :D

    • RosaSpinaque

      9 years ago

      Once again, thank you! And I think your Ada cosplay is great! :) Have you done any other cosplays?

    • sagegreen24

      9 years ago

      oh...my brother and my cousin use to watch themm and my brother remembered and went on youtube and we found out the long way.because we have dial up so it took 1 hour just to get to the end and find out about it lol!

    • sagegreen24

      9 years ago

      what do u mean?

    • RosaSpinaque

      9 years ago

      smiley0.gif Thank you so much! I had so much fun making and wearing that costume.

    • sagegreen24

      9 years ago

      ok so do u want to chat?

    • sagegreen24

      9 years ago

      hey do u accept random friend request?

    • MissJackie

      9 years ago

      some of my pictures are modeling pics.
      lol so of course ill pose for youuu :]

      lol that windy picc i was kinda mad cuz my hair kept getting all messy.. i have curly hair. and i spent like.. 30 mins straightening it earlier. and i brought a brush with me. but gahh... failage.

    • MANxXx561XxX

      9 years ago

      its ok

    • Tetrameth

      9 years ago

      If you really want to see my art, it's posted in that thread from page 50 and up. But most of my art is in my image gallery if you don't want to search through all those posts. But if you want to see other people's art (which their are some really awesome artwork), then go ahead and browse through that thread. smile.png

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