Friday, July 25, 2008

quick one...

This is a great picture of my sister, Emily (soon of ThimbleKnock), from sometime in the 80s. Notice the words of encouragement for my mother to quit smoking.

Photo credit: David Burch and his SLR, either Minolta or Mamiya.

And just for giggles, here's a pic of my father and I (I'm guessing in 90-91).

Photo credit: Kathryn Morrissey-Burch, I presume.

Monday, July 21, 2008

catch up!

First and foremost, Batman business. Of course, The Dark Knight was awesome. we all knew it would be, but Gotham Knight was awesome too. I bought Batman: The Dark Knight Returns at a yard sale. I also purchased several Martian Manhunter comics there, a few of Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, etc. I also recently acquired Heroes: Volume 1, which I really enjoyed reading.

In other reading news, I am up-to-date on the Twilight saga (1, 2, 3). Just waiting for the book release party on August 2nd at 12am for Breaking Dawn. Nerd.

On to what I did today. First, I made some banners to put on my two, yet to be completed, websites, TERRORKILL and Sweat Party!.

I also worked on some album art for my music project, Circumstance. I started posting songs and giving people these albums I had done awhile ago, but there weren't any covers, so I'm working on catching up because I have a few new projects that are getting close to completion.

top: my first years ep (front)
bottom: my first years ep (back)

top: telling stories ep (front)
bottom: telling stories ep (back)

I'll try not to be such a stranger!

Thursday, July 10, 2008

I can't stop!!!...

Reading this book, Twilight. I know i shouldn't, but I really can't help it.

High School vampire dramas are totally in! Plus they are making a movie. Come on.

I'm posting this picture beacuse it was inspired by a short story by Ray Bradbury called "The Man Upstairs." It's about a vampire.

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Where's my Internets!?

So I no longer have a readily available connection to the web, but after class ends Thursday I'm going to start posting again, even if I do have to use crappy computers at the library.

What's life like without the internet you ask?
I've read some books:
The Little Prince
The Story of B

I'm painting my bike, almost done, photos soon.
I do homework, I make music (probably 15 songs since I've lost my online capabilities), I watch The X-Files and Batman Beyond, I have a million ideas for photos, drawings and paintings (they start next week).

Boris on July 16 and The Dark Knight on July 18!