I) I'm stuck in studying. Again. XD With no feeling like drawing/painting at all. Or creating. The coming two weeks will be filled up with chemistry exam (too easy), two German exams (not at all too easy) and entrance exam for Mensa. (Perhaps easy, perhaps not. I found the "testing exams" extremely simple.)
II) So drawing inspiration is below Absolute zero and... Just face it: Forcing yourself into inspiration when drawing isn't what you do for living isn't worthy at all, because it makes you feel like a sponge cake where the baker confused sugar with salt.
III) HOLY BIRDS ALL OVER THE WORLD, YOU HAVE TO WATCH/READ TORKA ALDRIG TÅRAR UTAN HANDSKAR!
(Never Wipe Tears Without Gloves.) If the story isn't translated into other languages I will do it myself and personally ascertain that Jonas Gardell receives the Nobel Prize in Literature! I SURE WILL! I. Have. NEVER. Read/watched. A. Story. Even. Close. To. That! * SEKVawtbwnatböantbÖAB Watch the series heeere ----> www.svt.se/torka-aldrig-tarar-…
(Don't mind the Swedish language. You can tell what they say by just following emotion and action during the episodes.)
Can't tell how much I long for part two and three in the book series. AWKWBASVAEKN. It's so honest and real! LEVTKNEwtBWAT Seriously. Learn Swedish only to read Gardell's novels. No critics, not even the usual Gardell haters, have yet said ANY negative about Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar. Do I need to tell that this series will have a given spot in my shelf of "The Best Books Ever Written"?* Okay, The Line of Beauty (which was geniously great) is the closest one to Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar, but I find the later one even better.
Conclusion: Creating - Bwah. Reading/watching new stories - YEAH! Now - TIME FOR RUNNING!