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Journal Entry: Sun Apr 6, 2014, 6:51 PM

Hi guys!

Do you like cute cartoon bugs? Toilet humour? Fart jokes? Have an odd sense of humour? Well if you're still sticking around and watching me and haven't gotten weirded out yet, you must have the last one, so you should totally go check out :iconaltalamatox:'s work on the new game Phil the Pill!
Phil the Pill Splash by Altalamatox Phil the Pill Concept Art by Altalamatox

Altalamatox has been working with Curious Media to produce a new App game, and recently shared some of the concept work with us. You can find more of it on their official kickstarter page:… But in order to see the game through to the finish line they need help getting funds! Personally I love the art style and those vibrant colours holy craaaaap Alta how do you do that?!?!?!! and would LOVE to be able to play the final game. And who knows, if they get enough money pledged, they'll even be able to adapt it for the computer so I won't need a new phone to play it!

If you can't pledge money, please spread the word so that news of this fun new game gets around. Personally, I plan on pledging some and then leaving brash, obnoxious messages all over my various social media sites until somebody notices ... so what are you waiting for?!

PillVille needs you!!…………


  • Listening to: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy/Cherry Poppin' Daddy
  • Watching: Documentaries relevant to my interests
  • Playing: World of Warcraft
  • Drinking: Whataaaaahhhh~!


Journal Entry: Mon Mar 31, 2014, 11:37 PM

That's right, after two eye-opening months, my stay at Ubisoft is over (... which is a shame, because they were offering a prize to the person who could prank their colleagues the best this April Fools!).

It was a great experience; I got the chance to work on multiple projects in the company, doing everything from technical drawings, character concepts, to storyboarding and illustrations. I was constantly challenged to produce faster and better work, including some digital and matte paintings, which I still struggle with immensely. By the end of the two months I was finally getting a handle on things, but alas, all good things must come to an end. I wish I could share some of my work with you, but I am sworn to confidentiality.

I made some good friends while I was there; the art director is a friend to the animation program leader at LASALLE, and he purposefully challenged me to start practicing digital painting. I was sat next to the senior storyboard and concept artist at Ubisoft, and received constructive criticism straight from the source. I'm going to miss our Friday Concept Artist Lunches, swarming down on Star Vista like the starving art locusts we were ... and drinks at the end of the week courtesy of "Princess Harry".

So now I'm back at LASALLE. While I may not be able to share my Ubisoft work, I'm hoping to continue practicing those new skills I learned by applying it to my personal work. I am still illustrating Voltaire's picture book 'The Legend of Candy Claws', which takes up a LOT of my "spare" time, but I do plan on making a return to Honour Amongst Thieves when I can. I have been doodling a lot for the project and conceptualizing whenever I can, with the intent of developing the cast and story for a graphic novel format. As of now I am unsure if I will finish the animation itself; I really don't have the same zeal for animating as I do for comics and storytelling, and after slogging away at it for well over a year now, the initial enthusiasm I had for the animated short is all but extinguished. The characters and their interactions have developed well beyond the film, and I would rather begin sharing their new story with you, as opposed to telling the old one.

Just a brief life update for now. I am aware that I still have to make that FAQ journal; I have so many projects on my mind that I'm overflowing.

Stay fabulous.


  • Listening to: Sonata Arctica
  • Watching: Documentaries relevant to my interests
  • Playing: World of Warcraft

Want to Work in the Industry?

Journal Entry: Thu Feb 27, 2014, 6:25 PM

:iconbjpentecost: made a very good journal entry where she briefly discusses what to expect in the film industry, and I thoroughly recommend reading it to familiarize yourself with what it's like:

If you are considering going into the industry....If you are an artist or want to be one, especially if you want to get into the VFX industry, you should watch this:
It touches on a few things I feel are important to understand as an artist and even as consumers of art:
1.) Art is not an exact science. It can be difficult to put a price tag on it, let alone the often very complicated processes of making it.
2.) Computers are tools that facilitate our work but they DO NOT do the work for us.
3.) Don't get into this industry for the money. If you go into this line of work, you do it because you love it. If someone happens to get lucky or has a really great idea and he/she hits it big, GREAT! Good for him/her. But don't go in expecting that to happen to you. Chances are it won't. If you are lucky, you will find a nice middleclass job you can support yourself and your family on for a while...... until....
4.) Unfortunately, a lot of employers see artists as disposable. When they no longer need you, they will kick you to the curb an

I also recommend following her link to this video:… which really drives home some of the issues with the demographic for artists/VFX in the world right now. As an animation graduate we are made aware of these discrepancies while still at college, and the hefty workloads and looming deadlines with zero compensation and lack of sleep could be considered a precursor to what we could expect in future.

A lot of people still seem to have rose-coloured glasses over their eyes in regards to what it must be like to be a "good artist" hired in the industry; this is the reality of it. You have to take the good with the bad, there are no guarantees, and you really, really have to love what you're doing.


  • Reading: My worklist .........
  • Watching: Hoooooorrible His-tor-ieeeeeees!!
  • Playing: World of Warcraft

Ask Me/FAQ

Journal Entry: Tue Feb 25, 2014, 10:56 PM

Hi guys,

Figured it's about time I made one of these: I've been an active member on DA since well back in 2005, and over the years have received tons of comments and notes asking me various things from what programs I use, to what animation at LASALLE was like, to why I am called "Canadian-Rainwater" when I clearly live in Singapore. I used to be able to answer all of these questions individually but unfortunately I can't always keep up with them anymore, so I would like to create a Frequently Asked Questions journal.  I will publish them in a FAQ soon, and I will try to categorize them to make navigation easier.

Feel free to ask anything, any questions about me or my art/process, characters, any personal questions, whatever. I'm generally pretty easy-going about these sorts of things.


  • Reading: My worklist .........
  • Watching: Hoooooorrible His-tor-ieeeeeees!!
  • Playing: World of Warcraft

Horrible Histories Ended

Journal Entry: Thu Feb 20, 2014, 4:31 AM

Horrible Histories finished at Season 5?!

I think I'm going to cry.


  • Reading: Mossflower - Brian Jacques
  • Watching: Horrible Histories
  • Playing: Neopets/World of Warcraft

Adam Savage talks about Animation

Journal Entry: Wed Feb 19, 2014, 5:48 PM

Check it outtttt:…

For all those people asking how I animate/learned to animate, that's pretty much it. Also I'm a huge Mythbusters fan, so the fact that it's Adam Savage talking about this makes me happeh.


  • Reading: Mossflower - Brian Jacques
  • Watching: Mythbusters - caught up to all seasons!
  • Playing: Neopets/World of Warcraft


Journal Entry: Fri Feb 14, 2014, 5:04 AM

IT'S ABOUT FUCKIN' TIME, YOU TWO!!!! :heart::heart::heart::heart:



  • Reading: Mossflower - Brian Jacques
  • Watching: Castle - Season 6
  • Playing: Neopets
  • Eating: Energy bars

Working @ Ubisoft

Journal Entry: Tue Feb 4, 2014, 3:40 AM

Not even kidding, though my contract is only for two months so far. I was offered a unique opportunity to work alongside experts in the industry, and was recruited for concept art, illustration, and storyboarding, bouncing around to see where I might fit with my toony style. It's only been day one so far, but I'm working right alongside professionals and get to learn from them first-hand. Pretty sure I'm still reeling. Obviously I can't tell you what we're working on due to confidentiality agreements, but it's pretty cool to see all the behind-the-scenes action my own self.

Unfortunately, this does mean a significant stall in my (slow) progress on HAT, my animation-to-be. While working at LASALLE I literally spent every minute animating if I wasn't busy assisting teachers; now the only time I'll have to work on it will be when I get home, and on the weekends. Finishing the illustrations for Voltaire's upcoming children's book 'The Legend of Candy Claws' still takes priority, and I've got a billion-and-one things I want to draw for myself. Personal projects, unfinished animations, and Gothic literature aside, I am still grateful for this opportunity. Either way, I can only imagine how drawing copious amounts of pirate-y concept will only help me for HAT in future ...


  • Listening to: The Huntmaster - Alestorm
  • Reading: Mossflower - Brian Jacques
  • Watching: Castle - Season 6
  • Playing: Neopets
  • Eating: Energy bars

Open House @ LASALLE College of the Arts

Journal Entry: Thu Jan 16, 2014, 7:40 PM

Hi guys,

Just a quickie before I have to go rushing back downstairs: today and tomorrow is the LASALLE Open House, on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. We've got T-shirts, we've got candy, we've got activities and we've got an Animation Exhibition at B1 in the Earl Lu Gallery for all of you who've ever had an inquiry about what my course was like. Myself and my colleagues from the animation course will be on-campus and manning the exhibit to answer any questions you might have, so Singaporean watchers who are curious to see what my College is like, feel free to come on down.

For more information:…

Additionally, I am so proud of my mother :iconj0rosa:, who has an ongoing solo exhibition of her original artwork from January through until the end of February, at the Volvo Art Loft on Alexandra Road. She's practiced her technique for many years to get to where she is, and worked very hard to make the exhibit happen. Yesterday was the opening night, but the gallery is still open, so anyone who wants to drop by to look at more traditional work using oils and acrylics feel free to take a look. She is selling!

See you in the 'verse.


  • Listening to: The Huntmaster - Alestorm
  • Reading: Mossflower - Brian Jacques
  • Watching: House MD - Season 6
  • Playing: Neopets (my "Daily 40K")
  • Eating: Energy bars

Holy Gypsy Kings, Batman

Journal Entry: Tue Nov 26, 2013, 3:47 AM…

It's coming to Singapore ... right bam-smack when I'm out of the country on holidays.

Oh well, I've been out of the HoND thing for a long time now.


  • Listening to: Diana King
  • Reading: TVPaint User Manual
  • Watching: House MD
  • Playing: SW:tOR/WoW

Support an Animator, Please Vote!

Journal Entry: Wed Oct 9, 2013, 7:02 PM

Hey guys!

My friend and colleague at work, Qing Sheng, has entered an animated short into the Digicon6 festival, and all of us over here at LASALLE would appreciate it if you dropped him a vote! Simply head on over here and "Like" this video:…

He his a mostly self-taught 3D animator, who graduated last year from ADM. Digicon is an Animation Film Competition featuring mostly student groups or solo projects, and we would appreciate any support. Thanks all in advance!

(PS: There are over 20,000 of you supposedly lurking around my gallery, I will be sorely disappointed if this doesn't get at least 20,000 votes!)

  • Listening to: Alice Cooper
  • Reading: TVPaint User Manual
  • Watching: Mythbusters
  • Playing: SW:tOR
  • Eating: Da bao
  • Drinking: Soya milk

Meet And Greet the Voice of James!

Journal Entry: Thu Sep 19, 2013, 8:56 AM

That's right!

Richard Johnston--voice actor for James Hunter from 'Honour Amongst Thieves'--will be attending the London Film and Comic Con (in England!!) on Sunday, October 6th. He has personally invited any HAT fans that might be heading over there to come to say hello ... or to "ask James to shout at them!" He is always very happy to fling James-like, beffudled profanities.

A face for radio!

He will be wearing his recogniseable shirt, tie, and waistcoat from the HAT Podcasts, so if you see him don't be shy. He is Nice Peoples. I, unfortunately, will be unable to attend ... one day, Richard! One day!


Win Art From Me!

Journal Entry: Wed Sep 4, 2013, 4:25 AM

Thass' right.

My commissions are still CLOSED and I don't work for free (so PLEASE, people, stop asking for requests) but if you head on over to :iconthe-oc-consortium:, join our ranks, and participate in the latest Exciting Competition, you can stand a chance to win a full-color, full-body, single character sketch from me if you napbfirst prize.

You can read the details of the competition here:
The "Dynamic Pose" Contest! + EditsEdit: This is now an open contest! You do not have to be a member to participate! Please read carefully the contest info below, especially if you're unfamiliar with the way our contests are run.Alright my minions. It's that time of month again, and I promised you something good for September's contest.
I call it the Dynamic Pose Contest.
Yes, you probably know where this is going just judging from the title. The point of this contest is for you to draw one (or more) of your characters in a particularly dynamic pose. I'll be looking for usage of foreshortening, perspective, and squash-and-stretch techniques. (And if you don't know what any of these terms mean, then you can easily Google them. I checked. Google gives you good results if you just plug in the words.)
I'll be judging this competition based on how much effort you put in to breaking your character out of their usual poses. Some of us already know how to draw dynamic poses, while some of us have yet

There are examples of full-color sketch commissions I've drawn in the past in my gallery, or you can head on over here to check out what you're in for:

So all you people who want to commission me, what are you waiting for? Now's your chance to get one FOR FREE! All you need to do is participate!! I want to see butts on seats and people drawing!


  • Listening to: Sonata Arctica - Reckoning Night
  • Playing: Everquest II (MMORPG)
  • Eating: Chicken tortillas
  • Drinking: Young coconut

Life Update - HAT News, etc.

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 24, 2013, 10:24 AM

Hullo my fellow Deviants,

It's about that time for a new journal entry, as a lot has happened since last I was seen lurking about this site. I have new Honour Amongst Thieves Questions and Answers podcasts, Amnesia videos, and photos, as well as news on my current job(s), and the results of :iconredeaddie:'s fantastic Louis cosplay. So how about I just start from the beginning?
Brendan Julian was over in Singapore for three weeks towards the end of my summer break, which was responsible for most of my absence. For those who don't yet know, he is the voice for Louis Despatis in my (as of yet) unfinished animation. Much fun was had. As well as dragging him all over the island and introducing him to all manner of wild and weird Asian cuisine, we also spent a lot of time at Universal Studios, Singapore, with my LASALLE besties for Livia's birthday. Brendan got to hug Reese's Pieces man, Beetlejuice tried to kiss me, and then chased Livia around to give her "Birthday Spanks". Yep, lots of fun.

The official Converse-five!

Brendan and I are also officially an item now, so that's a thing.

Videos: While Brendan was over, we held another Questions and Answers Podcast for Honour Amongst Thieves with the other voice actors, SungWon Cho and Richard Johnston. Links below:

Also, Brendan Plays Amnesia, and nearly pisses his pants on several occasions:

Remember, if you have any additional questions you would like me to ask the VAs at a future date, ask them in the HAT Podcast QnA Journal, here: canadian-rainwater.deviantart.…

Work: And now the summer is over, and it's back to work. Literally, in this case. Having graduated with a Bachelor of Honours in Animation, I am now teaching assistant for 2D animation at LASALLE College of the Arts. While I did get an offer in the industry, I was financially unable to accept the job. I understand several people familiar with me via DA are attending the animation course now, and I apologize if I scared the everliving heck out of you by turning up to your classes.

While my position is full-time, I have several hours "free" between classes, during which I work on my commissioned work. As I have no classes on Thursday, it has been designated my Do-Not-Touch-Me-While-I-Am-Animating-Or-I-Will-Bite-Your-Hand-Off Day while I work on finishing my animation, Honour Amongst Thieves.

My workspace needs more motivational posters.

My intention is to finish the animation before my contract expires at LASALLE, so that I have more completed work in my portfolio. I will also attempt to practice more painting and style variation, based on feedback from artists in the industry.

Work ... for Voltaire?: As well as employment at LASALLE, I have also been collaborating with author, singer, songwriter, animator, and one of my biggest idols--Voltaire--to produce a children's book. I have been slowly chipping away at the illustrations, though the pressure is on to meet a Christmas launch. If you're curious to find out more information about the book, as well as seeing some sneak-peeks of the illustrations, you may want to follow Voltaire's official Facebook page:

For more Sneak-Peeks of my illustrations, including the first few stanzas of the story, you may find this official Vlog interesting:

This, coupled with my full-time work, is the primary reason for the lack of personal work around here. I barely have the time to breathe at all right now.

Cosplay! And on the topic of losing one's breath, :iconredeaddie: did a FANTASTIC job putting together her very own Louis outfit, and parading around all day in those killer heels! For those who have not yet seen her photos (taken professionally, too) I definitely encourage you to follow the links below to her DeviantArt account:

The Loveable Rogue - Louis Despatis by RedeadDie His Name is Louis Despatis by RedeadDie Hmm...they're late - Louis Despatis by RedeadDie Tired of Your Games - Louis Despatis by RedeadDie Sneaking into the Fort - Louis Despatis by RedeadDie

As well as strutting about the con as Louis, she also gave him the opportunity to show off his flamboyant fashion in the Cosplay Contest parade up on stage:…

She also hosted the Beginners Pirate Cosplay panel:… AND the Beginners Pirate Cosplay panel:…

She also attended the Masquerade Ball as Louis, and even got her photo taken and showcased in the My San Antionio Internet Newsletter, here:

AND she also hosted the Cosplay Dating Game as Louis, while half-asleep with her feet killing her, no less:… My dear girl, is there anything you didn't do?!

Resa, you did a FANTASTIC job, giving Louis full, fabulous justice. You not only turned out an insanely detailed costume in a limited amount of time, you also attempted to emulate his voice, and managed to preserve his integrity as much as possible in the face of howling Yaoi-fanatics. Thank you so much for sharing your work here, and feel free to do it again whenever you feel like it.

So that's what I've been up to these past few weeks, for those wondering where I went. I hope everyone else had a fantastic summer ... no really, enjoy it while you can!


  • Listening to: Kamelot (Roy Khan)
  • Reading: My timetable
  • Watching: The News
  • Playing: EQII
  • Drinking: Coconut Juice

Pirates Beat Ninjas - Louis Goes to Con!

Journal Entry: Thu Aug 1, 2013, 12:53 AM

Greetings, watchers!

Our very own :iconredeaddie: will be attending the San Japan Convention this August - San Antonio's Major Anime Convention - and will be hosting a panel on pirate culture and costume. She will be dressed to kill - as Louis Despatis.

The convention runs from August 16-18th. The panel is on Saturday (Aug 17th) at 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. You can find more information on her event here:…

As well as the panel, she will be appearing as Louis for the Cosplay Catwalk, the Masquerade Ball, and even hosting the Dating Game Panel on the same day. I've long admired RedeadDie's costuymes, especially her work as Jareth in the past, and am super excited to see her finished work on Louis. Unfortunately, being in Singapore I can't attend the con, but if you're in the area and have a free day, then go on down and show your support!

<da:thumb id="375759521"/>Everything I've Done... by RedeadDieI Move the Stars for No One by RedeadDie
Louis's wig-in-progress! And a Fabulous!Jareth.

In the meantime, Brendan is making pancakes.


Louis's VA and I had a violent falling out ...

Journal Entry: Fri Jul 19, 2013, 1:55 AM


He's here with me, visiting Singapore. See you in a few weeks.

(BTW this whole prank was Brendan's idea. You can direct all the hatey to him.)

  • Listening to: Brendan play guitar
  • Watching: Firefly!
  • Eating: Chinese Takeaway
  • Drinking: Ice lemon tea

Plugging the VAs

Journal Entry: Sat Jun 22, 2013, 8:02 PM

Hello all,

Things are still incredibly busy and hectic over here, in light of which I don't have much time to dedicate towards Honour Amongst Thieves at the moment. Rest assured, we haven't seen the last of the project and the characters around here, but in the meantime, I thought I might tide you over with some "goodies". Each of the characters' VAs are very talented in their own ways, and I thought I'd plug some of their websites for those of you interested in what they do when they're not cussing at pirates or berating heathens.

Brendan Julian, voice of Louis:

As well as voice acting for several college projects, Brendan is also a
musician and songwriter. He has several videos of his guitar covers uploaded to
his YouTube account, as well as some singing. You can find his best stuff here:

Richard Johnston, voice of James:

Not just a polite British man, Richard is also an incredibly skilled
and talented artist, designer, and all-around model-maker. His work inspired my art
in the past, and he is the fine gent responsible for this piece of "fanart":

You can see more of his sculpts and concept work here:…

He is also in a band, playing folk music. Their songs can be found here:…

SungWon Cho, voice of Santiago:

Las but certainly not least, I was familiar with SungWon's amazing voice
talents prior to HAT, though only in passing at the time. Now I frequent his
Tumblr account, to shamelessly oggle at the range and flexibility
of roles he's capable of.

I hope you enjoy seeing more of what they do outside of my project, and I hope the VAs don't mind too much that I'm advertising their work. It just seems a shame not to introduce more people to their talents!


  • Listening to: Voltaire - Ship&#039;s Going Down
  • Watching: Hannibal - Season Finale
  • Playing: Star Wars: the Old Republic (MMORPG)

My Apologies

Journal Entry: Sun Jun 2, 2013, 10:13 AM

Hello all,

Let me begin by first apologizing to those of you who have left me notes, comments, or questions over the past few weeks. I have been absent for DA for an extended period of time due to real life priorities, and the stress doesn't look as though it is about to relent. While I will try to get back on top of my deviations and replies here, it will be slow-going and I can't promise to be around regularly.

As well as rushing to meet deadlines for my animation, I have also been organizing and setting up the LASALLE Show with my classmates, and as class representative for 2D animation I have been required to make a daily appearance at my college. The LASALLE Show doubles as a showcase to display the best works amongst the different faculties of the college, as well as being a graduation show for those of us in the 3rd year, which I am. Honour Amongst Thieves has received a special display right at the entrance to the animation gallery, and I was occupied for the better part of the week just trying to organize all of my images into a presentable display.

For anyone within Singapore considering LASALLE as a university possibility, the show is still open until May 5th, and I will be gallery sitting from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. this coming Monday, in the animation show.

Click on each image of a fullsized version.

While our actual graduation ceremony at LASALLE isn't until September, I have unofficially graduated, and as such I am also beginning the transition from student to employee. I have spent the past few weeks exploring possible job opportunities, and am busy with a private series of commissions I can't reveal more about at this time. I have also spent the past week or so searching for a place of my own, as my dad and stepmom will be moving to a smaller apartment in a part of Singapore that doesn't afford easy access to the main city. Now begins the long and arduous process of culling 21 years of accumulated crap into a small enough pile to fit into my own room, which I will be leasing from a landlady, as I can't afford to rent an entire flat by myself just yet. But it's still my first taste of life beyond the nest, so to speak.

This means I have very little time for myself, and very little time for Honour Amongst Thieves at the moment. I am determined to finish it properly (all scenes, proper sound effects, backing music, outlined and colored) within at least the next year, possibly two, depending on whether or not a certain work proposition falls through or not. It is a major project for one person to attempt alone, especially once I'm juggling a job at the same time, but I'd like to see it done and entered into film competitions around the world.

In the meantime, I have made some changes to things around here, in order to prepare myself better for the "professional" world. DeviantArt is now my "unofficial" website - it is, and always has been, my personal gallery first and foremost, and has up to five years of history. Many comments and criticisms made in the archives of this account no longer reflect who I am now, and so I have a new "official" website to showcase only my best work, here:

The Art of Shamine A. King

Likewise, I have recently gone through and removed many old videos from my YouTube account, which I consider to reflect poorly on who I am today. From now on my YouTube account will only be for "unofficial" projects, such as the HAT podcasts, old Clopin/AC/Amnesia videos, and other miscellaneous silly videos that I make from time to time. I now have a Vimeo account for "officially" hosting my animations, including all animatics and showreels, through to finished shorts. You may find it here:

Shamine King Animations

Unfortunately due to some uploading issues not all of the videos appear in chronological order, but those of you in countries such as Germany or Pakistan who had difficulty viewing my previous animations should now be able to watch them. Unfortunately, any miscellaneous videos on YouTube still using GEMA-blocked music (such as the Louis/James Christmas video) will still be blocked in some countries, but a quick Google search should herald some ways to bypass the system if you are so inclined.

'Cecilia', by animation from Year 2, Semester 2, should now be viewable.

My animation major required that I submit three full minutes of animation for submission, still in sketch-form at least. I have not had the opportunity to touch up some of the glaring errors that annoy me in the "final" version, but due to the aforementioned complications in my schedule lately, I think I have refrained from uploading what I do have long enough. I have already edited most of the scenes to flow better from one cut to the next, and have included more backgrounds, but will wait until I have more to show before updating the video again. In the meantime, enjoy some (FINALLY!) scenes with dialogue from Santiago de la Cruz.

The introduction sequence for HAT, for my final submission. (Unfinished and unedited)

Showreel of Art and Animations from 2012-2013

Again, I apologize for my absence ... and for this horrendously lengthy Journal Entry, but hopefully this will explain some of the changes going on around here right now. Thank you all for your support thus far, you have been instrumental in my determination to see things through, and to continue Honour Amongst Thieves beyond college. I hope that once things settle down I will be able to frequent DA more regularly again.


  • Listening to: David Bowie - Fashion
  • Reading: The terms of my new lease ...
  • Watching: 21 years of history get crammed into a box
  • Eating: Stress-food
  • Drinking: Not enough

Meet Louis?

Journal Entry: Fri May 17, 2013, 4:21 AM

Now that I've made you look ...

Anyone in Düsseldorf, Germany, who is going to the DoKoMi con should keep their eyes peeled for :iconmonsieurlefrereduroi: and her girlfriend, who will be dressed as Louis and James respectively this Sunday (19th). She's dressed as Louis before, and cuts an absolutely fabulous~ figure:

Louis Despatis (LBM13) by MonsieurLeFrereDuRoi Louis Cosplay Outtakes 1 by MonsieurLeFrereDuRoi The hat by MonsieurLeFrereDuRoi
I thought people only cosplayed famous characters?

And I am super excited to see photos this time around, especially since she's outdoing herself yet again and making new, more exact costumes ...

Progress: Honour Amongst Thieves (Louis and James) by MonsieurLeFrereDuRoi
Sneak-peaks, what a tease!

I am so flattered that people like my characters enough to want to cosplay them, especially when they do such a bang-up job of it. I will not be there, because I live all the way on the other side of the world in Singapore, but anyone over there do say hi! They're friendly people!


  • Listening to: SW:tOR ambience
  • Reading: Quest text
  • Watching: Cutscenes
  • Playing: Star Wars: the Old Republic (MMORPG)


Journal Entry: Sun May 12, 2013, 8:25 PM

This is why I don't add people on Facebook.

Incidentally, it's creeps like this who also made me lose interest in drawing Clopin in the first place. Needless to say I finally figured out how to block people on that site.


  • Listening to: SW:tOR ambience
  • Reading: Quest text
  • Watching: Cutscenes
  • Playing: Star Wars: the Old Republic (MMORPG)