Les Mis Scrap: Éponine.
If you’ve known recently, I’ve been kinda obsessed over Les Misérables. It started when I watched the movie last January. Well anyway, ever since I really like Samantha Barks’ performance as Éponine, as well as the character herself. So here it is, me doing more scraps over obsessions. You know I keep ‘em coming.
Silver Pen Scrap.
I doodled all over my small black notebook covers with the silver pen I never used. It came to good use today. Well.
DOODLE ON EVERYTHAAANG.
Spoken Words Read #3 | Mixed Media.
“The odds are never in our favor.”
After watching the Catching Fire trailer, I just had to do another one, particularly on this quote. As far as I remember, this quote was not in the books, but you can feel how true and very powerful this is when it was graffitied on the wall by a rebel.
I’m seriously excited for this. But in the meantime, here’s a fanart from a fangirl.
Spoken Words Read #2 | Mixed Media.
“Postpone your judgements tomorrow — and repeat.”
Here’s another one. Yep, the possibility of doing a series of these are surfacing. Also, the base of this painting is glued pages of old newspapers. Since I need to lower down the newspaper pile in my room, as well as saving up to buy other materials. Works pretty well. :)
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Repelling Hands | Mixed Media.
In the musical “Spring Awakening”, there’s a song called “The Word of Your Body” (which is currently one of my favourite songs to listen to).
Within the scene, the two main characters, Wendla and Melchior, found each other in a sense where they may be feeling more than they understand towards each other. As they sang, they perform this choreographed hand movement as if their hands were repelling each other before meeting them and holding to each other. Personally, it was a beautifully conveyed, especially with the words to this song. Throughout the musical, one thing led to another, and their togetherness is what brought them apart.
And so, I made this painting from being inspired by the song, and the development of their relationship, focusing on their hands repelling each other before meeting.
Spoken Words Read | Mixed Media.
“We expect death anyway, so why do we delay the things that are meant to be said until we’re gone.”
So I tweeted it and put it on a painting.
I’m currently experimenting on ways for mixed media paintings, with previously tried techniques and tweaking it a bit here and there. And so this is a first for results.
Thinking of doing a series of this, hmm, possiblyy.
The Starkid heart in me hasn’t been still since watching their latest musical production: A Very Potter Senior Year. I also wrote my response to the show, and this phrase was the last quote in the musical, which was the last quote in the first musical of the trilogy as well. Way to sum up all the emotionsn of a fan.