Tuesday, December 23, 2014

PLEBoy's Top 10 Tracks Of 2014! A Great Year For Rock N Roll! No Ranks At All! (PART 1)

Hey everyone! As the new year is peeking around the corner like a voyeur, let's recall all the head-banging moments we had after putting that circular, flat piece of plastic into the player or unwrapping your newly bought item from iTunes (that's how it works, right?). Or if you're a pirate of dot-mp3's, shame on you (unless you are Amanda Palmer, which only means you have no shame). So without further a-don't, let's get to this year's list of the best of the best songs (or at least, according to this blog). In no particular order...


10. "Skeptic" Slipknot


First, let's start off with the obvious one. Hell, you can take any song on .5 The Gray Chapter on this slot! The reason why I picked "Skeptic" is that it's the most badass elegy? requiem? Anyway, whatever you may call it, it's definitely a one-of-a-kind tribute to recently deceased Slipknot bassist Paul Gray. Don't you wish there was going to be a hardcore yet sincere one at your funeral (knock on wood)?


9. "Contemptress" Motionless In White feat. Maria Brink of In This Moment


I feel sorry for In This Moment fans who expected a track from Black Widow to be on this list, but yeah, their hot frontlady is here (hope that makes up for it)! MIW's third LP Reincarnate has a lot of great tracks in it, but I picked this one because it's such an epic duet of the Marilyn Manson-esque tone from Chris with the sultry, dirty yet hard-hitting vocals from Maria. I'd say no other track in [my] rock history presents regret and lust more accurately as this one.


8. "Lipstick Tonic" Kerbera


Our favorite new Swedish rock band hits this year's list with "Lipstick Tonic", this time the band features guitarist Freddy Hale's surprisingly smooth, clean vocals in addition to Seike's. Plus, it also has an awesome music video of a crazy booze-makeup-and-rock-n-roll party you wished you were in.


7. "All For Nothing" Linkin Park feat. Page Hamilton


After the climactic fame from their first two albums, everyone's favorite alternative band (I know, it's 'nu-metal') has been in a fairly stable state of creativity, but that doesn't mean that they've lost their genius side. According to band rapper-vocalist Mike Shinoda, they've been taking risks and experimenting sounds for their latest album "The Hunting Party". It seems that they got the right mix in "All For Nothing" with the added powers of Page Hamilton of Helmet.


6. "Divide" The Birthday Massacre


This Goth-ternative band proves that they are more than just a violet-and-black obssessed cult with their signature style of creepy yet cute vocals and mystical chimes on their latest album Superstition. "Divide" takes you to a fantasy world that you would not want to get out of.

Did you see your favorite song already? If you haven't, don't worry, this is only the first part of the list! There are five more awesome tracks in line, so check out PART TWO!!!

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PLEBoy's Top 10 Tracks Of 2014! (PART 2)


I hope you loved the tracks on PART 1, but if you disagree on anything written on this list, don't hesitate to comment on the box or leave a message in my mailbox at prettylittleemoboy@gmail.com ! Now, let us complete this list with five more amazing tracks that exploded in this year...

5. "G.U.I.L.T.Y" LostAlone


British rock trio LostAlone gained a lot of fans since My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way discovered their hidden musical treasure, but LostAlone fans remained loyal because the band stayed true to themselves and never stopped (until October of this year) experimenting on different instruments (you should see that custom-made "Penetrator" guitar from the "Crusaders" music video!) and otherworldly sounds. Frontman Steven Battelle has reportedly often submerged his head in water to help formulate some of their songs. If you're new to LostAlone, "G.U.I.L.T.Y" is one of their singles that you must listen to if you're looking for non-hardcore yet strong-sounding tracks.


4. "Naysayer" Architects


Another band from the UK rocks this year's list with their in-your-face single "Naysayer". Architects (not the ska-punk band) showcased more than their usual political themes in writing their songs on their latest album Lost Forever // Lost Together. If you haven't heard of this five-piece metalcore band, then go check out this raging three-and-a-half minute track.


3. "Machines" Crown The Empire


Texas-based metalcore band Crown The Empire birthed a powerful track from their 2014 album Resistance Of The Runaways. "Machines" starts off slow, urging the listener to heed to an important message—and then the song kicks conformity on the jaw. Throughout the song, there are beautiful ups and downs that makes this hardcore song catchy as hell. I give this track a definite 5/5 for a great combination of musicality and heart.


2. "Undying" Chelsea Grin


This year's list couldn't be any louder with a track from Salt Lake City's deathcore band Chelsea Grin's latest album Ashes To Ashes. "Undying" is a mix of melodic guitar riffs (which is a great twist for songs on the said genre) and freaky Halloween lyrics in the middle of July.


1. "Black Me Out" Against Me!


Kerrang's woman of the year Laura Jane Grace closes this list with "Black Me Out" from her band Against Me! . The band's 2014 album Transgender Dysphoria Blues is the perfect accompaniment for Grace's comeback as a brand new person. Like her, their music is now more fearless than ever. "Black Me Out" is one sincere middle finger to both profiteering control freaks and close-minded show-offs. To enhance the experience, also check out the obvious yet fun to watch music video.

Here are the runner-ups (a.k.a "some of the songs on YOUR list" or "additional listening")
"No Shows" Gerard Way
"Heart Of Fire" Black Veil Brides
"Bones Exposed" Of Mice And Men
"Meltdown" Stromae feat. Lorde, Q-Tip and Haim
"Klapp Klapp" Little Dragon
"Dangerous Days" Zola Jesus
"Feed The Ground" Periphery
"Stood A Chance" Taking Back Sunday
"Come Back Home" 2NE1 (this track is sooo good)
"Lived A Lie" You Me At Six
"I'm Everything That's Normal" Chiodos
"Why Worry" Set It Off
"Ugly Boy" Die Antwoord
"Sick Like Me" In This Moment

That's a LOT. Like really. This year has been really great for the rock music industry, and also for me, and I hope you had a splendid year as well. Let's now close 2014 with a moment of noise...
-H

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Movies Of 2015 You Might Need To See

Hey guys! Aren't you excited for 2015? Let me rephrase that: Who ISN'T excited for 2015?

There's a lot of art to expect next year: new music, new literature, new tv shows, and now, let's talk new movies. Let's take a sneak peek into each of these to-be-revealed films.


       1. The Devil's Carnival: Alleluia!


Release Date: AUGUST 1
This is the second of three installations of the fresh cult rock musical The Devil's Carnival. This will be the third collaboration between masterminds Terrance Zdunich and director Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw III), with the added powers of Saar Hendelman. It features some of your favorite rock musicians, so what's not to love about it?



       2. Hardcore


Oh the things you can do with GoPro! This is the first point-of-view action movie ever. A lot of gore and guns. It's almost a live action Counter Strike, only you won't suck at this. You can support this 9GAG favorite by logging on to their IndieGogo site.



       3. Revolver


The newest Bonnie and Clyde is touring America! Watch burlesque performer Veronica Varlow (a.k.a Naughty Veronica of Emilie Autumn's Bloody Crumpets) along with her real-life partner Burke Heffner wreck havoc on the road in this wild Kickstarter-funded adventure film.



       4. Mad Max: Fury Road


OFF THEATERS 
Do you like My Chemical Romance's Danger Days? How about Black Veil Brides' Wild Ones? Even if you hate both of those concept albums I mentioned, you have to see this movie especially if you're a sucker for off-road car chases, intense action scenes, insanely diverse characters and/or Charlize Theron.

So that's four of them. If you want to recommend more artistic or creative or simply awesome movies, I am open for those. Just comment on the box below or leave a message at prettylittleemoboy@gmail.com . Now, I'll  leave you wiiith.....this. -H


Friday, November 7, 2014

Watching Rock Bands Do Web Comedy: Throwbacks, Favorites feat. Alesana, Motionless In White, Andy Biersack

Here's a throwback for all y'all scene kids and non-scene kids! Who doesn't love witty, young rock bands? Here's some videos from YouTube that would take you to the funny, crazy early days of our new favorite screaming heroes!

       1. Alesana in their own take of "Myth Busters" (2008)
What would a can of Mountain Dew taste like after leaving it for too long inside a freezer? Would it taste "water-y"? or will it still taste "Dew-tastic"? Watch to find out! 


      2. Motionless In White in "COPS EPISODE" (2010)
These midnight officers are in search for a kidnapper, who seems to be a dangerous "goth punk". Will they accomplish their mission? Let's find out!


      3. Andy Biersack (then Andy Sixx) of Black Veil Brides in "The New Adventures Of Captain Cold" with Chance Kilgour (2008)
All our cool superhero Captain Cold needed was a shave. But what was lurking inside the barbershop on Fleet Street? I hope they're not selling meat pies...

Not contented? Here's another one with Danny Worsnop and members of Black Veil Brides in "Average Joe", a webseries by Andy's cousin Joe Flanders. If you're still not contented, leave a comment below or e-mail me at prettylittleemoboy@gmail.com so that I might give you a punch in the face. Just kidding, of course. Stay happy, my f(r)iends. -H

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Halloween 2014 Chris Motionless of Motionless In White / Goth style attempt

white in motion lettering/calligraphy logo on my notebook


Blah blah blah blah blah-blah, it's all because of you... here's part 2!!!






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Monday, October 27, 2014

Halloween 2014! Pavi Largo first attempt

Hey guys! What's that? I can't hear you; the music's too freakin' loud! Drama Club is in the house! Good electronic music, whether it's a Halloween party or you just want to dance hard with or without booze! They've been touring with Black Veil Brides, Falling In Reverse and Set It Off, so if you've never heard of them, give their 25-minute mosh track on Soundcloud a listen!


Hey guys. It's Halloween once again!!! Best holiday ever (or second to Christmas, or your birthday, depends on you)! Last time, as I can recall, I dressed up as the crazy Captain Maggots of Emilie Autumn and the Bloody Crumpets. This year was pretty horrible because I planned to have a Blood Red Catrina/ Lady of the Dead or basically a skull type thing on my face but unfortunately everyone's doing it, so I have to think of another one. I was watching Drama Club's music video (because Halloween!) and then something clicked--Pavi Largo from the movie REPO! The Genetic Opera! Neveh too pressed for a dramatico entrans!


It was pretty hard experimenting since I don't have ivory skin in the first place, and I have no time making a molded mask, so yeah. I could've put false eyelashes on my real eyebrows, but due to lack of eyelash glue, I'm less awesome than what I expected. But I did my best!


So here's the end result; I'll do so much better next time. And yes, there's a monkey on my head!


That's all! I'll leave you with my homework. No, seriously; you gotta finish that stuff. 

Send Halloween pictures, or pictures of awesome doodles on your notebook, or just leave a message at prettylittleemoboy@gmail.com or comment on the comment box below. See you on the streets! Bye! -The H.

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Crawling from Hell...



As a teenager, I'm currently going through a lot of ups and downs in my life. That's pretty normal, but still a struggle. Here are some pretty little awesome things that happened to me weeks ago.


I got to listen to new stuff I've haven't listened before. If you follow me on ask.fm (which I absolutely doubt that you do), you'd know that I've been currently digging some Motionless In White, new Black Veil Brides material, and trying out some AFI and HIM and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts since I've been curious why artists today listen wholeheartedly to them. JJ & the B Hearts's Unvarnished rocks; I definitely love it.


I just also knew about this guy who calls himself Ghost (a.k.a Devin Sola). He just looks pretty damn awesome with all the transformations. 

Now buy and listen to Motionless in White's new record, because it's awesome. My favorite tracks are "Dark Passenger", "Contemptress" which features In This Moment's singer (who has a really sexy voice) and of course the title track, "Reincarnate". And, no they did NOT pay me for writing that. No one pays me for anything written on my blog.

Also, I watch a lot of cartoons now because you don't get that when you're shoving chemistry books on your face. I saw this cute show one Saturday, it's called Gravity Falls. There's this character who's an a**hole rocker named Robbie V and the first time I saw him, I laughed because I thought that's what Chris Motionless looked like growing up. 


Then I realised, they looked nothing alike.


Enough of that pop music stuff. So yes, I went outside like that girl from Tangled and wrecked havoc. Well, not really. Wore my favorite shirt on Day 1. The one I got on the show. See my Pulp Summer Slam 14 adventure on this previous post.


That restroom got a poster on the wall that's about Women's Rights. I think they should put one on a wall in the male's restroom too.


My sister (from my Free Comic Book Day adventure) bought me a chocolate bun from Chowking. She said they didn't have the limited edition pig-shaped pork bun (for those who are not a fan of Chinese food the pork bun is the regular one). 


This chocolate one is shaped like a panda. Tastes weird but, yeah, it's good.

So yeah, later that day we shared the bun with my other sister and went around the mall and my dad bought useful-slash-useless-depending-on-who-bought-it stuff from the Japanese store.


We also had some candy a week before. This one's a a 90's classic. And it also shares Black Veil Brides singer Andy Biersack's nickname. I just edited the picture to make it look cool.


I found my sister's mini post-its somewhere at home. I thought it would be a great time to count the songs that I wrote inside my precious notebook. So there's thirty-six. An achievement. So that was a wrap for day 1!


The day 2 was three weeks later. My dad brought us some shirts from his trip. I dibbed on a puffer fish shirt because I think it's cute. My sister had a whale-shark designed one.


I like painting my nails and I haven't done so in a while. So I thought I'd try the marbling technique where you put drops of polish on water and sieve it with your nails. It didn't go so well with it. It was a really messy task since I didn't have fresh petroleum jelly to put on my fingers. Good thing I'm content with things, so I just edited it a bit by putting a bit of white on the transparent parts.


I don't know why I didn't do it first on my right hand though. I'm so dumb sometimes. I wanted it to be striped with red, but it looked terrible, so I assumed it's a blood-on-wall design and went with it.


At lunchtime I asked my mum to take this picture of me in the middle of a standee of teen star royalties Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla at KFC. This was the second time I did this (the first one I did in my town's branch). I'm not really a fan though, they just look like a happy couple. :) I might find one standee of the Pope and I'd get a picture of that, too.


As the sun was setting, we went to the mall again, but we headed the back part of it because we haven't gone there. I was excited when I saw this wall because Trese is one of my favorite comic books ever. I may write a comic book-related blog post someday, after all, I wrote one about FCBD.

So I think that's all of it. Yep. Thanks for reading, I guess. :)

Also see my updated post on Paolo Ballesteros's awesome feats of androgyny here.

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Updates About Andy Biersack Look-Alikes Post, Alexa Poletti's Tattoos, Motionless In White and Slipknot New Music Videos

Hi evee-one! Welcome to one of my many update posts. Let's get the party starrrteeeddd


ANDY BIERSACK LOOK-ALIKES AND COSPLAYERS

I added some (In)famous guy on the list...
have any idea who he is? I do. I mean, just check  it out.

...and also put names on some of the entries. Hope you enjoy it!!

One of my favorite street fashion models, Alexa Poletti finally answered our prayers (which is asking loads of times about her tattoos). If you haven't heard of her, you're welcome, because she's like the cutest cartooned-eyed thing ever. Also check out her ultimate Pastel Goth makeup tutorial and her role in Fire And the Romance's music video.

Just this week, Motionless In White released their new album "Reincarnate" with a music video for the track of the same title. Some say that it sounds harder and less electronic than their last one "Infamous" (a record which I really liked because of the synth stuff, so that's pretty bad news for me). Buy the record, listen to it and let me know what you think! Comment or e-mail. But first, watch their awesome music video



Moving on to our last update of today: everyone's favorite metal band Slipknot released yet another new music video. Let me know what you think about "The Devil In I"!


That's it motherfathers! Stay tuned for more posts about love, life, never giving in and goth boys in dresses. Comment, share and/or e-mail at prettylittleemoboy@gmail.com . Ciao, babies! -H to the E to the R

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Albums That Made Me Interested About The Devil's Throat (a.k.a How I Came To Like Hardcore Music)




"Scaaary!!"
"Weird!"
"Ouch, your throat!"
"I can't understand a word!" are the most common comments of non-metal and/or non-hardcore listeners to screamers. I can name a few people from my town who are allergic to hardcore music for such reasons as "it sounds scary" or "it can damage your voice" (but seriously, I know many non-screaming vocalists who damaged their vocal chords just by singing). There is nothing and EVERYTHING to hate about this genre or style of music. Do you remember the moment when you fell in love with the vibrations of desperate screaming complemented by screeching electric guitars and pumping, rolling drums? Here's my story...



1. "Hybrid Theory" Linkin Park (2000)
      This is one of the earliest stuff that I listened to. And by "early", I meant the days I spent in kindergarten, no joke at all. We even had a Linkin Park club of two members in that small, lego-plagued room swarmed with baby-toddlers. Of course, at that age, I didn't really understood what the songs mean, I just thought that it sounded cool, and that it dwelled very far from the Britney-Christina-NSync-Backstreet scene that was very popular those days. Thanks to music channels like Myx and MTV (yes, MTV played music back then) and to my older, far-age-gap siblings that I was raised in a pop-rock oriented environment. Thank you so much.




2. "I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love" My Chemical Romance (2002)
      MCR has always been my musical epiphany, when I thanked the heavens for the availability of the fusion of astonishing filmography and listenable rock and roll. I was seven or eight years young when I first saw them on TV, and the first My Chem song that I acknowledged was Helena, and it all went downhill from there. I enjoy listening to "...Bullets" because it shows the band's raw punk side. I embraced the album's honesty and was impressed by the quality of the songs they laid out, given that it was their first time to make a record. Anyway, it was the album that included Frank Iero's and Gerard Way's rabid growls and screams before they tried to reach a larger audience by making their second album cuter, and at the same time harder.




3. "Fever To Tell" Yeah Yeah Yeahs (2003)
      One of the earliest albums I've heard that included hardcore female vocals is "Fever To Tell". Karen O was the performer that I looked up to as a kid, since I had no idea about the existence of Joan Jett at the time. What I loved about "Fever..." and "Show Your Bones" was that K.O, Nick and Brian were clearly losing their heads  or so I thought at that time when they wrote their songs. I still listen to both albums and I still am amazed by every sexually hyper, drunk-dancing, crazy track that the triple Y's had for me. It certainly was a game-changer, a femme revolution for little me, the way it was like to young Bikini Kill fans.

Want to share about awesome albums, or just want to declare war regarding my music taste? Share something on the comment box or e-mail me at prettylittleemoboy@gmail.com
Stay healthy, stay sane, and have a great day/night! :) 
-H.E.R

Monday, July 28, 2014

Alternative Press Music Awards: Most Dedicated Fans Award go to Black Veil Brides

What's up, everyone? I haven't been writing much here because I have been writing a lot on the side. Anyway, for everyone who forgot all about the APMAs or Alternative Press Music Awards (like me, because we had a blackout at our area), here's one clip that made me cry.



I didn't cry because I voted for the disbanded My Chemical Romance but because I've watched Black Veil Brides grow from this guy who wants to be rock star ever since he was a little kid, to what he is now, with his talented bandmates. I cried not because Andy didn't give me his trophy (it's just a material thing, folks, not sour-grape-ing around), but because he had this dream, and he worked super hard for it, and now he sings with his childhood heroes. And he didn't get any of this if not for the support of his loyal fans, so he just wants to give back. Man, if that isn't the most inspiring paragraph I have ever written in this fun-loving blog of mine, I don't know what is.



I hope you enjoyed APMAs because a lot of the bands and artists you love were partying there (without you...well, without me). The orchestra was awesome; there was Joan Jett and the Blackhearts + Slash + Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! + Billy Crooked all in one stage; Asking Alexandria, Sleeping With Sirens, All Time Low, Brendon Urie, Fall Out Boy, Misfits+Andy Biersack, and a lot lot lot more people that you know. :)

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Friday, July 4, 2014

Hey, Baby Girl/Baby Boy, I Got Sumthin To Say

Post update coming at y'all in 5... 4...

Hey, what's up everyone? So I just thought it would be great to update a post.
Specifically, this one right here:
P.L.E.Boy's Top 10 Female Rock Vocalists of Now



I thought it would be nice to make it more up to date, relevant and clearer and more enjoyable this time. Because! Because I just love exploring music so much that I want to share it right here on this very blog, though my writing process is not yet finished. Just informing you that I will take that post down and write a new one. (UPDATE: Read my new list! I've replaced the link so you can check it out) So everyone will be happy! Yay!!

Three last things: Butterflies. Love. Goth. Rebellion. Okay, maybe that's four things, but I don't care. See you on the street, Babies! -H

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Friday, May 30, 2014

FAN FICTION TIME "We All Fall Down" Black Veil Brides, Legion of the Black, Wretched And Divine: The Story of the Wild Ones

Thank you to Richard Villa III for weaving stories about the Fallen Angels and the Wild Ones; thank you to Andy Biersack and his awesome band and Patrick Fogarty for breathing life into the stories.

She was wounded and unconscious lying inside a wagon. There were other people inside, all dressed in black leather jackets, studs and boots. A bandanna-wearing tall man was driving. They call him the "Destroyer". The girl leans on another guy's bare chest. That guy they call the "Deviant". Another is on his knees, looking down, as if he is praying for her. He is the "Mourner". The fourth one, on an Indian sit position, had his face is turned upwards. He is in a trance. They call him the "Mystic". The last one seem to write down endlessly on a thick, black book. He doesn't stop writing. He is the "Prophet".

About a few minutes later and they seem to have reach their destination. They've stopped in front of an abandoned church. She has not woken up yet. Two of them carry her, while the driver opens the doors. They all enter the small church and walk straight to the altars. They light the candles, and a secret passage to a basement opens on the floor beside the priest's podium. They step inside, still carrying the girl.

The five leather-wearing men assess her wounds. Her nose was bleeding from the punches she took. Her knuckles bleeding from punching the locker door when she missed her target. Her lips smashed from the slap she took when the people she fought did not like what she replied to them. A big bruise on her arm from defending her little brother from a baseball bat. She took all the blows for him. She knew that he wouldn't fight back. They always got his notebook. They were always pushing him around. He was always criticized for being different. All he ever wanted was to be alone. She would never let that happen.




The men sewed her wounds that needed sewing, and healed all her bruises, but they did not wake her up yet. It's not yet time. They looked for the skeleton Virgin and placed it on a pedestal. It wore a heavy, black veil with golden ornaments, and looked like its whole skeleton was made of gold. The five men held hands around the Virgin, and not for long, it came to life. They made way as she stepped down her pedestal. The men woke the girl and helped her stand up. The girl was perplexed, but she didn't ask any questions. The Virgin, now a Bride, spread her palms, now made of flesh and blood, over a wall and whispered incantations. Dark smoke rose up from the floor where the Bride stood, producing another passage which now leads to a desert. The Bride encouraged the girl to follow her. The five men assured her that they will be behind her. 

The Bride leads the long path across the vast desert. The girl's hands shook despite the heat. The Prophet whispered to her ear, "never look back". As they were getting closer to a sole building in the middle of the place, the girl turned back to see if the men are still with her. She forgot what the Prophet warned her, but they did not react. She looked forward to see that the Bride had vanished, and stopped walking. The men also stopped walking, as they were going where she was going. 

"My brother," she started stuttering, "I feel my brother is in there."

As the night started to creep in, she heard noises of metal clanking and people breathing, marching. She looked behind her, and surely there was an army of girls and boys her age, all of them facing the building, getting ready for battle. The girl suddenly felt light, and she stopped shaking. She joined the team, and wore her mask. "Let's do this."

Shadows appeared in front of them. They had black skulls and tall tridents. For each skull, she saw the face of one of the people who tried to hurt her little brother. The Destroyer punched the ground, and it seemed to have warded the shadows off. The door of the building topples down and the army entered in their battle cry. The girl searched for her brother after fighting some of the shadows. She found him tied to a post and freed him. He was relieved to see her fighting with the army. Some of them were leaving with their fallen friends. She helped him get up on his feet and, after checking to see if everyone was saved, they run to where they got in. The Prophet screamed with victory.

Now that the battle is finally over, the girl heads back over to the Bride with her exhausted brother. They hold each hand of the Bride and are immediately transported to the real world. A pitch-black dark place suddenly shines out a very bright light. A familiar sound. Immediately behind them, a cheering crowd. The vibrations of an electric guitar. She sees her brother smile for the first time.



Monday, May 5, 2014

My Paper Gallery, Spring Cleaning in the Middle of Summer

This post is nothing special, except if you really like my art (which you can view here). Here is just some works on paper that I'm not sure if I have submitted them on my dA gallery (I'm too lazy to check). And I think they're cool.



Okay, I admit, I still can't get over meeting Asking Alexandria for the first time, so here are some of my works which are done months earlier.


U LIEK THAT??


And a Ben Bruce coffee painting.
Isn't that cool? You can paint like that too!


And of course, some crap I did during my first year in college. You can color it if you want to, just leave a message at this blog's e-mail add!


A Lady Gaga portrait I did when I was really bored.


An unfinished Painted Doll (from The Devil's Carnival) sketch.


Another Zdunich+Bousman inspired work, Amber Sweet (my favorite character in Repo! The Genetic Opera) and maybe her hallucinations or whatever while taking Zydrate.


That's it folks. Don't forget to rock 'n' roll. -H

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