Saturday, February 27, 2010

Finally, I'm going to have the weekend off. Although we don't have any big or exciting plans. Q and I will head to some random chinese restaurant with Dad tomorrow and probably hit up Petco. It's fast becoming Q's favorite place to be. He stops to talk to every bird, rodent, and fish tank. The big plus is that they have puppy play time which he loves as well. Cheaper than the zoo!

I grabbed some fairly cheap watercolor paper this week. I've been bored with WoW (omg, did I say that out loud?), I've barely played in 3 weeks. I'm finally fairly rich, in game that is, and just have lost interest in logging in for any reason other than to see who's on and bullshit for a couple minutes. I just wanted to sit tonight and paint something really simple, so I wouldn't have to think too hard about what I was going to do, just to do it.

Then, thanks to Bob's brilliant (sarcasm) idea, I started to paint a starship. Let's just face it, I should stick to nature or figures. I gave myself a 10 minute limit to just crank an image out. And I got some 5th grader concept of some abstract blob. But it's growing on me, and Bob's called dibs on it. lol.

I shouldn't drink Monster before bed. I'm actually contemplating sorting through to organize my water color and acrylic paint collection-giant tool box thing. Who knows what's at the bottom of this thing. But maybe I'll find something good.

I'm not going to name names, but I read some disturbingly biased opinions regarding a Batman vs. Indiana Jones debate. Are you kidding, Batman over Indiana? Here are my ideas...Batman is just a lame, entitled, rich kid with too much time on his hands. Sure, he's got every gadget ever dreamed of, but Indiana only NEEDS a whip. He's just that awesome. Take Batman's money away and you've just got an obsessive lunatic on your hands. As far as I know, he didn't even initially earn his riches either, right? I'm no Batman historian, but didn't his murdered parents leave him their riches? Plus, Indiana is just way more attractive. Two words, Harrison Ford. In movies alone, how many dudes have played Batman? His character is so elusive and wishy-washy that they can't even nail down one dude to play the part. It's like they aren't even that committed to the role. Batman=FAIL.

I may have had too much caffeine tonight. Don't hate on me Batman-lovers. LOL.

1 comment:

CitizenBen said...

Your pathetic analysis only strengthens "The Batman Arguement"...

Oh and Batman would never try and survive a Nuclear Bomb in a fridge, he'd just disarm the bomb... Why & How you ask?


Love the paintings by the by...