Copic Markers Collection

0 Colorless Blender
0 Colorless Blender
0 Colorless Blender
100 Black
B000 Pale Porcelain Blue
B02 Robin’s Egg Blue
B21 Baby Blue
B25 Sky
B29 Ultramarine
B32 Pale Blue
B34 Manganese Blue
B39 Prussian Blue
B63 Light Hydrangea
B93 Light Crockery Blue
B95 Light Grayish Cobalt
BG02 New Blue
BG05 Holiday Blue
BG10 Cool Shadow
BG13 Mint Green
BG45 Nile Blue
BG49 Duck Blue
BG72 Ice Ocean
BG75 Abyss Green
BG78 Bronze
BV00 Mauve Shadow
BV02 Prune
BV04 Blue Berry
BV08 Blue Violet
BV11 Soft Violet
BV13 Hydrangea Blue
BV17 Deep Reddish Blue
BV20 Dull Lavender
BV23 Grayish Lavender
BV25 Grayish Violet
C1 Cool Gray No. 1
C3 Cool Gray No. 3
C5 Cool Gray No. 5
C7 Cool Grey No. 7
E00 Skin White
E000 Pale Fruit Pink
E000 Pale Fruit Pink
E02 Fruit Pink
E04 Lipstick Natural
E11 Bareley Beige
E13 Light Suntan
E13 Light Suntan
E15 Dark Suntan
E18 Copper
E18 Copper
E25 Caribe Cocoa
E29 Burnt Umber
E31 Brick Beige
E33 Sand
E33 Sand
E37 Sepia
E49 Dark Bark
E50 Egg Shell
E50 Egg Shell
E51 Milky White
E53 Raw Silk
E57 Light Walnut
G00 Jade Green
G02 Spectrum Green
G07 Nile Green
G09 Veronese Green
G12 Sea Green
G14 Apple Green
G17 Forest Green
G20 Wax White
G21 Lime Green
G24 Willow
G28 Ocean Green
G82 Spring Dim Green
G85 Verdigris
N0 Neutral Gray No. 0
N3 Neutral Gray No. 3
R00 Pinkish White
R02 Flesh
R05 Salmon Red
R08 Vermillion
R20 Blush
R22 Light Prawn
R24 Prawn
R27 Cadmium Red
R29 Lipstick Red
R32 Peach
R35 Coral
R39 Garnet
R59 Cardinal
R89 Dark Red
RV00 Water Lily
RV02 Sugared Almond Pink
RV04 Shock Pink
RV06 Cerise
RV09 Fuchsia
RV14 Begonia Pink
RV19 Red Violet
RV29 Crimson
RV34 Dark Pink
RV42 Salmon Pink
RV91 Grayish Cherry
RV93 Smoky Purple
V000 Pale Heath
V01 Heath
V04 Lilac
V06 Lavender
V12 Pale Lilac
V17 Amethyst
V91 Pale Grape
V93 Early Grape
V95 Light Grape
V99 Aubergine
W1 Warm Gray No. 1
W3 Warm Gray No. 3
W5 Warm Gray No. 5
W7 Warm Gray No. 7
Y000 Pale Lemon
Y02 Canary Yellow
Y04 Acacia
Y08 Acid Yellow
Y11 Pale Yellow
Y17 Golden Yellow
Y21 Buttercup Yellow
Y26 Mustard
Y28 Lionet Gold
Y32 Cashmere
Y35 Maize
Y38 Honey
Y38 Honey
YG03 Yellow Green
YG06 Yellowish Green
YG09 Lettuce Green
YG63 Pea Green
YG67 Moss
YG95 Pale Olive
YG97 Spanish Olive
YR00 Powder Pink
YR02Light Orange
YR04 Chrome Orange
YR09 Chinese Orange
YR14 Caramel
YR18 Sanguine
YR31 Light Reddish Yellow
YR61 Yellowish Skin Pink
YR65 Atoll
YR68 Orange

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Anime I’m Watching (Summer 2012)

  • Accel World
  • AKB0048
  • Arcana Famiglia
  • Eureka Seven AO
  • Hyouka
  • Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita
  • Kokoro Connect
  • Moyashimon Returns
  • Natsuyuki Rendezvous
  • Rinne no Lagrange
  • Shirokuma Cafe
  • Sword Art Online
  • Tari Tari
There’s a couple shows sitting on my computer that I haven’t gotten around to yet so this list might expand. Oh boy!

First Ever FIND MY STICKER Contest! (Chicago Beta)

Come and get it!

AWWWW YEAHHHH

So while I was half drunkenly meandering around Chicago for Pride I had this idea to have a little treasure hunt of sorts. For those of you in or around the city you might try your hand at finding this sticker. (Hint: it’s in the Andersonville area.) It’s sprayed with a UV resistant finish so hopefully it’ll withstand some abuse. I must have looked like an idiot jumping up and down trying to reach it to smooth it out, but some guy on the street congratulated me when I did! Anyway…

The Contest: First person to name the cross section this sticker is at wins a prize!
Time Limit: Until someone finds it or nature/some lame-o wrecks havoc on it.
The Prize: An 8×10 ink/marker drawing of whatever you want. (Ex: a hot dog anaconda choking the shit out of Kobayashi.)

Or a sadistic eel.

I’m picturing this as kind of a beta test because I like the idea of a modern day treasure hunt. If this works out I’d definitely consider doing more of these contests in the future.

HAPPY HUNTING!

This one doesn’t count because I was too tipsy to bother writing down the cross-street it was at.

Oh deer…

So on Wednesday the doe that’s been frequently spotted out back came around again. This time I was armed with my camera and took shots from the distance. As she sauntered into our neighbor’s yard for some eats I crept closer, hiding behind a fir tree to get a better shot. Well, I guess I wasn’t that intimidating because next thing I know she turned around and walked up to me. She was literally 6 feet away from where I was standing. The lovely lady just stood around for a bit and posed until she wandered off. Let’s just say I was standing there for a bit with my mouth agape…

Here’s a couple of the photos I took.

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My only concern is that she’s a bit on the thin side, so I’m hoping she is able to find all she needs to fulfill her nutritional requirements. I’m kind of tempted to hit the farm store and grab some deer supplements to leave out for her. Anyway, you can view more photos here.

Toys, toys, toys

So one thing I’m particularly obsessed with are vinyl toys. It all started with a single Dunny given to me on my birthday a few years back and has since spiraled out of control. However, I haven’t been able to add to my collection recently due to a lack of funds, but hopefully that will soon change. If you’re ever in Chicago one of the best places to satisfy your passion for plastic is Rotofugi. They use to be in a smaller location, but have since moved up to a bigger store with an even bigger gallery.

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The lovely piece in the middle is by Julie West. They had two versions, green and pink, but I love how bright the pink one looks. The birds on top are magnetic and stick to the hat. My only complaint is that they should have made the hat magnetic too… I don’t know how many times I’ve moved it and had it fall off.

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On the right we have many Dunnys, some Kozik figures (I’m particularly fond of smorkin labbits), a little Tara McPherson balloon, and some random Japanese lego-like animal things.

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Aaaaand on the left we have more Dunnys (obviously), a poor little tokidoki Cactus Pup (didn’t realize it had tipped over when I took the picture), more of those animal puzzle thingies, and Kubrick figures of the Dead Leaves characters. I remember sending in one of those postcards for a prize drawing in the now defunct Animerica mag and won these little guys and the DVD. Boy, did I have a nerdgasm.

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In case you were curious of what my work area looked like here it is. To be fair, it’s lot tidier than it usually is. You can see some sketches of Iggy and friends above the monitor. Wallpaper courtesy of Bobby from The Fox Is Black and his awesome Desktop Wallpaper Project. Seriously, go download some and make your computer that much cooler.

Anyway, yeah… just a little obsessed.

She’s alive!

Finals are over and I’m feeling so much better. It helps getting more than 5 hours of sleep a night. Even though I have a two classes this summer they don’t start until June so I’ve got time to just sit and doodle. (And also finish that hat I was knitting…)

Celebrate!

Concerts 2010

So as I was scouring my HD I came across some shots from random shows over 2010. Figured it might be fun to share these as well as some excellent fucking music.

Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, Andrew Jackson Jihad is a folk punk band usually consisting of the duo Sean Bonnette (guitar & vocals) and Ben Gallaty (upright bass), although occasionally they’re joined by drums or horns. Got to see them at Beat Kitchen last June and it was a fucking blast. A friend of mine had introduced me to their music back in 2008 and I was immediately struck by the sincere, grotesque and occasionally hilarious lyrics. So here are three songs because it was impossible to pick just one.

★★★

Screaming Females was another fabulous band I saw in September at Brew Not Bombs III (which is also a very awesome benefit teeming with music and microbrews). From New Brunswick, New Jersey, they’re a bit punk/screamo/guitargasm rolled into one with Marissa Paternoster (guitar & vocals), Jarrett Dougherty (drums), and King Mike (bass). Let’s just say that Marissa is my new rock goddess and leave it at that. *swoons*

♥ ♥ ♥

Happy listening! You can see the rest of the pics here.