I found a short Comic that I drew on the back of an old opened envelope. #lifeshizz
Been waiting to pickup this book for a while now seeing as I’ve watched 500 Days of Summer like 20+ times. Only 10 pgs in but its a dope read thus far.
Genius…I love Halloween
Things like this restore my faith in humanity
Quick sketch of who I feel like today…Sniffling like crazy today! I love fall weather but I always get systematically sick around this time.
RIP Edgar Allan Poe
Today I witnessed something incredibly inspiring. It happened right as I stepped out from finishing my lunch at Del Taco. As I was walking towards my car to head out I spotted a guy with dirty white shoes, black shorts, a dirty white Boston Paul Pierce jersey and a frazzled ponytail. His look alone wasn’t what caught my eye though, it was the long white cane extending from his right hand. He was tapping it left to right, left to right and he was straying away from the white lines of the crosswalk and heading towards the stopped cars at the light. I thought maybe this was a joke or something and he was gonna bump into the cars on purpose like an episode I had seen of Jackass where a fake blind guy crosses the street. Yes he walked into the cars but he successfully navigated around them like it was nothing, got onto the sidewalk and carried on like nothing. I dont know why but it just intrigued me that people like that actually exist and live their life. I had always wondered if the annoying loud beeps the crosswalk makes ever gets put to practical use. But this intersection didn’t even have the beep noise and the guy crossed the street like a G. All it was was a genuinely blind man crossing the street but it put a smile on my face. I know its gonna sound extremely cliche or corny but it just reminded me to live everyday to the fullest. Here was a man with a handicap being blind but that didn’t stop him from carrying on with his life. I know some people who like to exploit little things like that to make others feel sympathy for them and it sickens me because there are people out there living in conditions far more terrible then the bad situations you think you’re in. It just reminded me not to take things for granted and just be happy with the cards your dealt in the game of life. That guy had no eyes but he was making the most of it. It would kill me as an artist to never be able to see again, mostly because everything I love about my life is visual. Just reminded me that if God or whoever resides upstairs has given me gifts as an artist or anything else, best believe I’m gonna put those talents to use and not squander or waste them because there are people out there who don’t even has those opportunities available to them. Thus concluding my corny blog post. Lol. Enjoy life people, and if you’ve got talents, don’t let them go to waste!