Take a look at this, and tell me if you think you can guess why every single person who’s received them has turned these pages down:
You can do this section and be a part of this amazing project, but ONLY if you’re a.) super amazing and b.) up to the challenge.
I’m going to be…
These windows were not a hit with the customer which left me pretty bummed out but the weather wasn’t permitting much else today in terms of adjusting the work done.
Next Thursday I’m going back and adding color to everything which is what they had wanted but I really missed that mark with this. Here I was so proud of my quiet little winter scene and since then I’ve got this huge cloud of failure hovering over me.
I will fix it, make them happy and remember not to make this mistake next time!!
These are a fun pair of sterling earrings on french earwires made by JB. The design of the large sterling components slightly resemble a flower but only very slightly. The accents are cultured
This is one of four beaded pouches that form a set. I am not selling them as a set as the set price would be expensive. However, if you are interested in the entire set together, please send me a
Happy Saturday to meee!!!!!!!
One of the hardest parts about Stitch’s characterization was that it’s very difficult to read what kind of emotion he is feeling, mainly because his eyes don’t have pupils. The animators largely got round this problem by making Stitch very physical.
Lilo and Stitch (2002)
The Monster in this film does not physically resemble Mary Shelley’s character. It was make-up artist Jack P. Pierce who came up with innovations such as the Monster’s flat head, the bolts through the neck, the droopy eyelids, and the poorly-fitted suit.