So yeah… I read the book, watched the film (though not the ending) and I decided to base my current college project on the book as the theme was ‘memories’. And because the book is basically the woman telling her life story, I figured it would fit in fairly well, and my tutor loved the idea of doing so. She’d also seen the film and enjoyed it herself, so I am quite happy she didn’t criticise my idea like she usually would.
I’m currently working on the final piece of the project, as this was only a preparation piece in my A4 sketchbook, the final piece is on a fairly bigger piece of paper, between A1 and A2. I’m not liking how it’s coming out, because the paper I have used isn’t good for watercolours and I’ve had to improvise by painting over the area I wanted to paint in white acrylic, so the paper would work with the watercolours. I don’t think I will put the final piece on here, as I’m not sure I will like it XD We shall see next week when it is complete.
Anyway I really, really enjoyed the book as I am quite interested in Japan, especially the more traditional part of it. (Like the kimonos, kneeling on the floor etc. like how these Geisha live.) I will go to Japan one day… I have to. I am so tempted to move there in the future.
lets face it, tampons are just a cheaper and more compact version of dildos
who the fuck keeps spreading this rumor that tampons are sex toys???
cis men who don’t fuckin know anything
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