philliebird

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  • lukasz_pulawski

    What species of duck is it?

    2 Out 2014 Responder
  • Uew7x

    I just save your userpic into my goosepack. Thanks.

    20 Set 2014 Responder
  • uhohspagettio

    your avatar is so cute!! twinkle toes!

    15 Jul 2014 Responder
  • silversurfer250

    Been to Philly? Nice Library!

    1 Abr 2014 Responder
  • burnme444

    your library is indeed large. lots to pick from. thanks for 'friend-ing':) btw marimane, one of my friends also has some great music on her 'page'.(is that what you call it?:)

    8 Jan 2014 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Yes, Rise of the Guardians was indeed lovely. You might also like the new Disney movie, Frozen, if you haven't watched it already. :) I recently watched the pilot episode of Quantum Leap and can say I like it very much already. It's very much a 90s series, but I like that; 'putting stuff right' etc. I'm preparing for my exams, but when I have the time, I'll give Lewis a try as well. Thanks again for your recommendations, I'd never have found out about Quantum Leap if you hadn't recommended it.

    5 Jan 2014 Responder
  • userabc123

    yeah a lot of its old I like a bunch of random stuff from the 1940s-2010s(60s is favorite) but I'm not too sure what genre or era you listen too. I see some mid 50s stuff but I'm not too sure what everything else is.

    2 Jan 2014 Responder
  • CharleZthegreat

    That's a pretty neat bird picture

    12 Dez 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Thanks a lot for the recommendations! Out of those two, Quantum Leap sounds like the one I'll like the most. Don't worry about things being bizarre, that's just what I like. I'll check both of them out when I have some time this week, and will let you know what I think of them! :)

    11 Nov 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    It seems to work again now. :) Here's part 1: Haha, nope, my avatar is just a screenshot from the series. My scanner stopped working ages ago, so I only have some digital work I've done on my computer to use as avatars, sadly. For me, personally, people are much more of a challenge to draw than birds; faces and the way a certain person looks at something are trickier to get right than a bird's face, which is much simpler in comparison. I do enjoy getting feather patterns to look like the original. | I enjoyed Rise of the Guardians a lot; I loved the unique portrayal of the holiday/mythical characters. I can also recommend the soundtrack by Alexandre Desplat. | I agree that writing done by hand is not very convenient when editing; I always hated having to type out stuff that was hastily scrawled down and almost unreadable, haha. I used to write on the computer when I was very young, and wrote fanfiction a few years ago in Word. I have enough good ideas for stories, -c-

    5 Nov 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Hm, I've been trying to place a shout but it seems to just dissapear. Is it in your mail instead? In any case, the second one did go through. :/

    5 Nov 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    -c- but I haven't been able to get most of it written down. I used to think it was due to the software; Word tends to get unmanageable with a lot of chapters. I tried Liquid Story Binder and Scrivener, but that wasn't much better. I've also tried looking into the Snowflake method and other ways to help me write, like prompts, but haven't found one that worked yet. I usually end up staring at a blank page or a summary of what I want to write. I've never been into poetry myself; mostly because I was forced to read a lot of them in school. I like poems that make you think about their meaning, but symbolic, vague poems that make no sense where never my favourites. | I've always been a fan of fairy tales as well. It seems like a great way to get inspiration; it's like using a reference image to draw from. As for mystery shows - it depends entirely on what kind of show it is, mostly on the kind of characters as well. I do like the whodunit kind of shows, but not the gritty brutal kind.

    5 Nov 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Funny; I prefer smaller groups, and my family is small as well. Yes, that's the right way to ask it. :) I mostly draw and paint, the traditional method, though I also have a drawing tablet to do digital paintings. But I prefer to actually have physical proof of my work. Digital painting is nice because mistakes can be more easily seen and fixed, but working with actual paper and paints feels so much more creative. I draw a lot of humans, usually from TV shows, movies or games that I like, such as Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians, or Sherlock. I also draw animals from time to time, particularly birds. According to my mother, I have endless patience when it comes to drawing feathers. I'm not much of a writer myself. I'm not very experienced but would like to write my own book someday. It's so easy to get distracted when writing, though; for me it would be easier to write non-fiction. I always end up staring at an empty document when trying fiction. What kind of stuff do you write?

    1 Nov 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Me? Small talk? Ha! Talking with strangers is not so bad as long as I'm actually talking about something, and they're interested in what I'm saying. But I've always been horrible at small talk. I can talk very easily one on one, but I mostly listen in group conversations. As for interior design, I'm an artist myself, so I love discussing it with my cousin; particularly the reason why he decided to pick a certain color or design.

    31 Out 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Haha, glad to hear you had a great time, from the sound of it. Unchained Melody? I didn't know that one, but I looked it up and I think it's very appropriate. I didn't get up to any adventures over the weekend - just a lot of studying, I'm afraid. But yesterday I went to see my cousin, an interior designer. He's just finished a project in my hometown, and he was getting ready for the big celebration/presentation to all the big bosses. Meeting a lot of important people is definitely an adventure for me, haha. But I was mostly there for my cousin, to see what he's done with the place.

    30 Out 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Hello again! Did you have fun at the wedding? :)

    29 Out 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Sure, take your time. :) I'd prefer recommendations for tv shows, since I've been having trouble finding good ones for a while now. But if you have a recommendation for anything else, that'd be fine too. Have fun at your best friend's wedding! :P

    22 Out 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Well, for Doctor Who - I like the variety of the time travel and the Doctor's quirky character. I'm usually not really into sci-fi, (I prefer fantasy or mythology) but if it's well written, I might still like it. Different planets and such are not really a problem, I'm just not interested in spaceships. For Sherlock, it's about his way of solving the crimes that makes it an interesting show for me - I dislike brutality and mindless violence, but can handle the intensity in Sherlock. It's a lot about the characters, too: Sherlock and The Doctor are both very interesting characters and shown through the eyes of normal people. I avoid comedy if it's not well written, tv shows that drag on with no real story line, and prefer any romance to not be the main storyline.

    21 Out 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    Actually - surprisingly little. I like a lot of things: some tv shows, some anime, and some movies, but there are not many I like as much as I like Sherlock and Doctor Who. Perhaps my standards are too high, but there's not many interesting shows out there that I want to watch, and I've got better things to do on the PC than get bored, so I don't. I used to watch Supernatural, but quit around season 7 or so because of the writer switch. And Once Upon A Time and Korra both lost me with their horrible last episode of the first season. So, sorry about that; I love giving recommendations, but I don't have any. Perhaps you have some recommendations for me, instead? :)

    21 Out 2013 Responder
  • Rahnos

    I agree, some shows just continue on and on when they should have stopped seasons ago. I didn't mind the wait so much either, because I also watch Doctor Who and understood the complications of having to write for two shows. But not knowing /when/ we'd get a season 3 was not very fun. Sherlock is indeed very intense. Most people I've shown it to could handle the first two episodes, but episode three with the bombs was a little too much for them. I've never had any nightmares about horror/thriller shows myself, but that's probably because I have no real interest in them. I dislike the mindlessness of gore-filled shows and movies as well.

    18 Out 2013 Responder
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Sobre mim

American post-graduate now accepting adulthood. Anglophile, apologetic hipster, erstwhile writer and extrovert.

Call me Birdie. It's not my real name, but it's pretty darn close.

I like discovery.

One day, I will see The Chieftains live.

Chris Rice was my first favorite musician; then he stopped making music. More recent favorites include Josh Garrels, Django Reinhardt, Dario Marianelli, The Tallest Man on Earth, The Weepies, Fred Astaire and Bastille.


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