Thursday, December 29, 2011

Munch, munch, munch.

Munch, munch, munch. by Emmy Cheeseburger
Munch, munch, munch., a photo by Emmy Cheeseburger on Flickr.
The little black-hole-ish things look like open mouths to me. Their tongues stick out with tastebuds on the edge! Don't see it? But they're eating the leaves. They're eating...the don't see it? But, they're...nevermind.


Feathered by Emmy Cheeseburger
Feathered, a photo by Emmy Cheeseburger on Flickr.
"AAAAAGH!!" That's what comes to mind as I remember drawing this tangle. The feather never stopped cruelly taunting me with its difficulty. Do you know how hard it is?? Try it. I dare you. I double-dog dare you.

In one ear and out the other

Drawing this tangle made me dizzy.

Portrait #9

Portrait #9 by Emmy Cheeseburger
Portrait #9, a photo by Emmy Cheeseburger on Flickr.
9 of 100 portraits are complete! I decided that every tenth picture, I want to draw a famous person. I accepted the suggestion of Westley from the Princess Bride. We found a picture of confusion as Westley lies, strapped to the torture device. "It's the pit of despair. Don't even..." *hack hack* "Don't even think about escaping."

Sushi? SHUSHI?

Sushi? SHUSHI? by Emmy Cheeseburger
Sushi? SHUSHI?, a photo by Emmy Cheeseburger on Flickr.
";You think this is about sushi??" - Monster's Inc.
I tasted my first sushi. It feels...memorable. So memorable that I STILL get sick thinking about it. Yup, that good. I officially, strongly dislike seafood of all types. Most people would argue that tuna sandwiches and fish sticks aren't seafood. I would agree! If they classified as real seafood, I wouldn't like it!

Give Him Praise!

Give Him Praise! by Emmy Cheeseburger
Give Him Praise!, a photo by Emmy Cheeseburger on Flickr.
Some musicians from Chicago joined us at Campus Church and we had an awesome time.


Fever! by Emmy Cheeseburger
Fever!, a photo by Emmy Cheeseburger on Flickr.
I'm not sure what came over me. My comp I teacher asked me to sing a line from my favorite song in class. So I belted out the first couple'a lines. Afterward my classmate walked out with me and said, "I was sittin there and thought, 'Oh man, she's singing!'" I felt just as surprised.