Archive for December, 2006

The Story of Julie Bray

Saturday, December 23rd, 2006

What happens when the ones you thought were your good friends, turned their back on you? Good friends that you shared the highs and lows, laughter and tears with for years on end. The same people you thought would always be there for you, and you be there for them for ever and ever. Now what happens when they slowly pull away leaving you all alone in the dark? You honestly ask yourself repeatedly why this is happening and whether it will get better in the future. One of them pretends to be ignorant. The other is a hyprocrite and hates you for doing the same thing that she did. The rest are just mindless puppets.

This is the Story of Julie Bray.

The dudes that leave comments on pretty girls’ hi5/myspaces are hilarious

Saturday, December 23rd, 2006

No not hilarious because they’re witty, hilarious because they’re downright sad/lame. The following comments were a few I found that made me chuckle, sometimes often literally LOL-ing. Take note that they’re all directed at the girls who own hi5/myspace accounts.


Cardboard + Paint + Texters = Sex

Friday, December 22nd, 2006

One of the artworks I’ll be exhibiting at the private Canley Heights Bondi Bar on NYE. It’s so private that I don’t even know if I’ll be there on the night.

Macro shots = always hot

Friday, December 22nd, 2006

Ps. That’s my paint roller. The one I use in all of my paint/illustration work. I’m so cheap, ha!

Twilight Princess: an afterthought

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Zelda the girl, not the hero

Last night I finished a game that I’ve been waiting 8 years for, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. No it wasn’t in development for 8 years, it was the wait for the game to take a similiar approach to the epic predecessor The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – a game that still haunts me to this day because it’s so damn blimey good.


Agent Orange

Friday, December 15th, 2006

Made this 9 months ago. I get pretty excited when I do hands-on stuff. Will be doing stuff for two low-key exhibitions if all goes well. One on Dec 31st and another sometime in Feb. And when I mean low-key, I really mean home-made. ;)

My Nintendo Wii impressions

Thursday, December 14th, 2006

So, the Wii has been out for a week now and after a very long wait since the Nintendo “Revolution” days its quite a wonder realising where it has all come from. If you’ve been living under a rock, this may be Nintendo’s last hearty attempts at gaining supremacy of the market that it had lost since the Xbox and PlayStation stepped into the arena (even if Nintendo do claim that they’re not in it to win).

So after a long Wii-kend (gaw!) playing with the Wii, what’s my super honest opinion on the machine? What’s the verdict on a machine that Nintendo has promised to revolutionise the the way we play “games”? The little white box that aims to capture the hearts of those who have never played games before and those who have lost faith in the ‘ol mighty Nintendo? Well, to be honest, the Nintendo Wii is somewhat under-whelming.


Saving Hyrule once again

Saturday, December 9th, 2006

After 8 years since the last Zelda epic Ocarina of Time, another is at hand (Wind Waker doesn’t count) in the form of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. XD

And here’s another similar photo when Cooking Mama came in the mail just last week.

Postcards from Melburn

Monday, December 4th, 2006

I was down in Melburn for a drunk weekend, though I was already sick of alcohol before we even hit the tarmac.


Everybody needs a sunset photo

Monday, December 4th, 2006