More shipping! And a speshul added bonus this time – a ship reference in the picture.  ;D

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At first, I didn’t want to add the geranium, thinking that the image was simple and fine as-is. (Or shall I say, “as-was.”) But I didn’t feel like I had put enough originality into it. Lo and behold, a big pink flower entered the picture.

I’m not sure whether I ship Clark and Carole or Clark and Joan more. I like them both. I think Clark and Carole since…I’m not sure, they just fit together. Like peas and carrots, as Forrest Gump would say. ^^ They just seem so playful and fun together. ♥ I don’t think I’ve seen a picture of those two together where they don’t seem radiating with happiness and energy yet. It’s as if they weren’t just lovers, but best friends. ^^~  (Except the stills and promotional pics from No Man of Her Own… but those don’t count! It was all the way in ’32! XD)

But Clark and Joan are more…I’m not quite sure how to put it, dramatic…you know? And by that I don’t mean they weren’t happy together…they just seem more romantic.

There’s a different aura between the two couples~ ✰

Texture credit: Yunhe @ Livejournal, Rxyangl @ Livejournal

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Not totally happy with the turnout of this one. Not happy at all with the turnout of this one. The only thing I like is the colors. >_<

But I wanted to do something vector pop art, and I wanted to do something with my latest ship – Jimmy and Ginger! Aren’t they just adorable? Here’s a pic…

Oh the little cutie pies! I wuf my widdle snookie wookums! Who’s the cutest, sweetest, fluffiest (lolwut?) couple? Jimmy and Ginger are, my widdle pumpkin pies! Yesh, the best actor and actress of 1940 are the cutest!

:3

*ahem*

But you’ve got to love her face in that second pic.

Yes.

^______^

I have to see “Vivacious Lady.” Soon!

Brush credit: Illyera on DeviantArt.

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The best part of graphics making is when you get an idea in your head and set out to make it real. That way you have a goal, and the final piece is finished faster. It also looks better than when you don’t know what you’re aiming for. Do you agree? I know that’s how I feel when I work. It was the case in this image.

I’m on a 30s movie kick right now.  What are your favorite films of the 1930s?

…ooh, look at all the tags! :P

Affections Offering

May 10, 2009

Text on the note card translates as “to my beloved person.”

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Shining Screwballs

May 10, 2009

From “It Happened One Night,” my favorite comedy.

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Waterloo Letter

May 7, 2009

Waterloo Bridge for the win.

Originally, I was going to do something like the last entry – something with a pencil drawing. But it would be boring to do the same thing twice in a row, so I experimented with unique textures until this resulted. :)

A second version follows. Click on the thumbnails for full resolution.

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Pencil, In All Its Glory

April 25, 2009

Trying something new in this one… it looked awkward with just the polaroids and pencil sketch, so I added a guy’s hand with a pencil to make it look like he’s drawing based on the polaroids.

Also, there can never be too much Notorious. :D

Vintager than Vintage

April 25, 2009

Going for a super-old look in this one.

シャイニング☆ハーツ

December 21, 2008

Photobucket

I like the key. Yay for movie references…

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fash⋅ion⋅is⋅ta.

October 25, 2008

Texture credit: Misarte@Livejournal.

…Or so says Kumi in her most recent single, “TABOO,” where the title of this entry comes from. I love the covers for that single. They’re simple, but they look really great. I had to take the cover, and get it psp’d. (I used the picture on the regular edition.) ^That was the result. And I really haven’t seen anything like it before.

(The song is s’marvelous, too.)

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My thoughts: stars, stars, stars. I guess that’s what this one is all about. Fred and Ginger? “Stars.” Above them? Stars. Around them? Stars. (And a really pretty blue…aurora borealis...thing.) That’s about it.

~

Texture credits:

Joyfulsong@Livejournal, Sanami276@Livejournal, Thor_I_Lover@Livejournal, RavenclawWit@Livejournal, and lifeisdolce@Livejournal.