Les Mis in Jekyll and Hyde is up in writing! Go check it out!
Yay, more art! I am on a roll, baby!! So here are a couple o' pics for your scrutiny:
This is inspired by Les Miserables: The Game of the Book. Awesome game--go check it out. But anyway, when it comes time for Javert to jump off into the river he raises his hands to heaven (in the game) and says "God in Heaven, I RESIGN." This is minorly based off of that image (see the image below).
Isn't that SAD??? And you have to suggest for him to jump! I was on the verge of tears while playing! *cries*
This took about an hour--actually, more like 45 minutes because my lesson lasts an hour and I took a little while to get everything out. This was totally out of my head with no reference--I'm actually quite proud of it. *glee*
There's almost no corrolation! Is that nuts or what??
Will and I had our rehearsal yesterday--we actually get lines! *glee* It would have been fun to get the lead role, but I'm happy to be in it at all. The rehearsal schedule is a little complicated as far as how it is written...we're going back Monday, and as long as they announce at the end of each rehearsal when and where the next one is I'll be prepared. *sweatdrop*
Yesterday I sent a picture via email to an actor named Vic Mignogna...call me nuts for doing so, but I got a reply yesterday evening thanking me for it, so everything worked out. For the uninformed, Vic Mignogna is a voice actor from Texas who does quite a bit of anime work. So here's the pic:
I'm actually very proud of how this turned out. The fellow in the red coat is Edward Elric, and the guy with wings is Dark Mousy. Ed hates being called short, Dark likes to tease people. So...this happened. Anyway, it was fun and I'm glad I sent it to Vic. Go check out his website: www.vicsworld.net He's a musician and composes all kinds of music, from Christian to rock. I've been listening to his reading of the Gospel of John (found it on his fan website in the navigation: www.risemboolrangers.com ), and it's fantastic.
So the picture quality stinks, but you get the idea. I have all these scraps of yarn that aren't enough to make one single scarf out of each, so I crocheted the scraps into circles and lashed them together. They are lots of fun, but rather time-consuming (first one took about 20-25 hours, my latest one might take about 12-15 hours).
I'm posting a mere four days after my last post! Gasp! Le Gasp! And so on.
So anyway...on to more exciting news! Last Friday Will and I went to auditions for a local production of My Fair Lady; it was the first time for both of us for actually auditioning for parts. Unfortunately, we didn't realize until we got there that there is an age limit of 18. However, they didn't find out how old we are until after they heard us sing...let me go to the beginning. Will tried out for Freddie Eynsford-Hill and sang 'On the Street Where You Live' and did an amazing job (he was better than the other fellow auditioning, and the fellow in question is probably 6-7 years older). So the people there asked how old Will was, and he said, "Ah, er...um...I'm 15..." That floored 'em. So then I sang 'Loverly' and 'I Could Have Danced All Night' while trying out for Eliza Doolittle. The only other people auditioning for Eliza were this girl who I didn't know and my voice teacher. Then I got to do the accent...IT WAS SOOOO FUN!!! *squees* Ahem. Anyway, several people came up to me after I read from the script and said that they thought I was the best one there. No, it wasn't a dream, I'm not making this up. But...since I'm only 17 I won't get the lead role. My teacher came up to me afterwards and said that she was genuinely concerned about my competition for the role until she found out about the age limit. So anyway...it was lots of fun and they (meaning the 'judges') said something about even though Will and I couldn't get lead roles we might get into the chorus (background people, Ascot, etc). And that's fine with me--as long as I get SOME part I don't really care.
*points to title* Just as it says. I apologize for not updating lately--I was grounded from the computor for a week and just haven't been on much. Meh.
This is Icyeyes and Goldencream from my NaNoWriMo last year. The drawing is currently in the art section.
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