||CKY: Escape from Hellview
Hey kittens, I know I never update here anymore. Blurty is banned from the school computers which has been theonly place I have internet access, and so to post and comment I have to be a computer pirate and commandeer random 'puters with unblocked internet, and so, stuff's been sucky in that respect.
But, onto my main point, my loves.
First off, I was being a very good girl, reading a book and being quiet and Dad just HAD to come in and put on this new CKY DVD of all jawesome music videos and poop.
That's the problem with CKY is that you can't read and watch them at the same time, though I certainly tried to.
And so I hardly read anything today even though I am in the middle of 3 books, and I blame Dad for obviously sabotaging me because he knows I like CKY and obviously was trying to derail my concentration. Mmmyep. It's fun to shift blame.
And today's special is Constant Mind-Changing and a side of Laughing at Teen Angst.
So, after lots of... stuff, I am dropping this whole maniacal "Carreer in Forensics" plan I had going on beacuse A, it's stupid, and B, I'm lazy as crap. Not to mention taht the stuff these people do is just gross. I guess I'll stick with my serial killer books and B-horror movies, since they're way more fun anyway.
Which leads us to the next section of the day's rant...
I cant remember if I ever wrote about it here, but for a long time now, at least 4 or 5 years now, I decided if I ever go into the fine arts, it would be something in either theater or film, especially set designing and film directing.
With the decdision to stop being a wanker and stick with the only thing I know anything about (art, le gasp) I'm actually severely liking the idea of getting a video camera and rounding up some random friends and just screwing around building castles and pirate ships in the backyard and shooting a bunch of short films where we all follow some kind of script and have fun with it. Become some scary Ed Wood/Bam Margera type director who has a great time of it and doesn't care if it comes out right, just does it because she loves the hell out of it.
Having come to this realization, I figured, well, what do I love most? Zombies. Zombies, swamp mosters, werewolves, vampires, and serial killers. All the obligarory scary crap needed to make a B-horror/slasher movie.
I've said it before and I say it again; I HATE DRAWING FROM LIFE, still lifes, self portraits, all that boring shit NOBODY likes but everybody tells themselves is "art," it's all a load of crap. It has been my experience that the stuff I draw that people like most ususally involves a certain degree of undead lovin' and also some random fangs and little furry monsters. Nobody likes when I draw what I see. They like when I draw the stuff I WISH I was seeing. And you know, so do I.
Sucks to any teacher or school who turns my portfolio down because the only stuff in it is gnarly, haggard Halloween crap and zombie movies where I made the sets and directed it and dolled my friends up to look like undead canniballistic fiends. And for the records, no, I do not expect to make it as a director. With directors you are either Tim Burton or Steven Spielburg, or you are living in a box in an alley because you aren't making any money. Like I said, I'm not doing this expecting to get rich off of it.
So, what happens in 2004 is that I get a video camera, maybe one of those rockin' DVD ones, and I start writing up some scripts for zombie movies (Plan 9 from Outer Space stylee) and just go with it.
As a kid I had loads of old costumes and they were the coolest thing in the word because me and this girl Leah would be royal geeks and run around doing live RP's and it was great. I should start making costumes again, that was our favorite thing as kids, making costumes.
I'm starting to drag this out too far. I think you all get the point.
I'm out. I feel like storyboarding. Myabe I can start a script this afternoon, I'm severely psyched about this.