Asked by sircathedragon
T’ES CHOU MERCI <3
HAHA Je vais expliquer pour nos amis PAS bilingues du tout. Ça les fera peut-être riz. Ou pas.
“J’ai riz” originally came from that horrible french pun
“J’ai beaucoup riz” means in an incorrect (but funny) way “I’ve got a lot of rice”
Also “J’ai beaucoup ri” (without a Z) means “I laughed a lot”.
And in taht picture it’s a chinese girl with rice, who seems happy and… LMAOOLOL…
“J’ai riz” means that I laughed. With a funny spelling mistake.
You know what. Nevermind I’m french.
Asked by miaschwarz
First of all, THANKZ for all your nice words *BLUSH*
SEGUNDO. How did I learn to sketch…?
Well, I’ve started very early. I was 2 yo. loloolololol.
It’s because of this little fellow
I used to watch “An American Tail” 5932 per dayz…
Then I started to draw mice everywhere (paper, walls, floor, hands, parents’ books…)
My father was a painter and always support my passion. THAT HELPs A LOT
YEP. Generally, I’ve learned to draw by myself.
Always inspired by many talented people like my best friend <3 http://m16tronaz.tumblr.com/
by animation (Disney, Don Bluth, Ghibli…), comic books (Black Sad, Freaks’ Squeele…), mangas (Fruit basket LOLOKAYSORRY), videogames (Portal, Silent Hill, pokémon…)
EVERYTHING IS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION.
Especially John’s dick.
TERCERO. I loOooOoOove the equipement I’ve got in my office LOL… Huge graphic tablet, Photoshop CS5 and MAC <3 (my own equipement at home sucks. fuu.)
I draw “traditionally” sometimes. With a pen criterium.
sorry my english sucks so much. JE M’EXCUSE…
Asked by tcheupika