Summary:

Eduardo’s father dies. Twelve days later, Eduardo jumps from the Golden Gate bridge. Neither of these things are the beginning or the end of this story.

Fanfiction written for NaNo, not by me but by my bestie Sam :)


Jesse Eisenberg Art Masterpost.


My 9 favourite paintings of 2012.

All of these are available (along with 24 others) exclusively in my 2012 artbook, of which there are only 14 left. These books are 65 dollars/50 euros/ 40 gbp and are signed, plus, you’ll get a handwritten message from me to you with them.

By buying one of them, you’ll help me finance my trip to the US this coming March/April.

Let me know if you want one by leaving me a message in my ask box.


Did I adequately answer your condescending question?

Did I adequately answer your condescending question?


Buy a print

Finished it.

Finished it.


I feel that someone needs to write a TSN fic called Three is a Crowd, since I made this and it might just as well be an illustration to a fic.

I feel that someone needs to write a TSN fic called Three is a Crowd, since I made this and it might just as well be an illustration to a fic.


Andrew, this time with Jesse. There’s something a little off to Jesse, I’ll fix it at some point when I find out what it is.I feel like I’ve just seen The Social Network for the first time. Been stalking the internet for clips and interviews and things. After two years. Yea.

Andrew, this time with Jesse. There’s something a little off to Jesse, I’ll fix it at some point when I find out what it is.

I feel like I’ve just seen The Social Network for the first time. Been stalking the internet for clips and interviews and things. After two years. Yea.


On occasion, I watch The Social Network and this kind of stuff happens. Freehand digital drawing. 15 Minutes.

On occasion, I watch The Social Network and this kind of stuff happens. Freehand digital drawing. 15 Minutes.


I finished reading The Accidental Billionaires

What should I read next?


Picture of Andrew and Jesse I painted on my livestream, not done yet.

Picture of Andrew and Jesse I painted on my livestream, not done yet.


Jesse Eisenberg as part of a bigger painting I’m workin on. It has a certain other actor.

Jesse Eisenberg as part of a bigger painting I’m workin on. It has a certain other actor.


jesseeisenberglately:

mbhatter:

jesseeisenberglately:

fayestardust:

Jesse Eisenberg painted in Livestream, sorry it’s rough…

It’s wonderful. You’ve managed to capture the sparkle in his eye and the overall innocent joy he exudes when he’s smiling.
this is pretty fucking awesome

I’ve been staring at those luxuriously drawn Michelangelo’s Statue of David pillow lips. And his left eye with its larger epicanthic fold than the right. I think I’ll linger in those areas before I move onto the nose, tilt of the head, neck, creamy complexion… this virtual painting is taking me on a journey and I intend to take the scenic route.
I am a little scared… :P

jesseeisenberglately:

mbhatter:

jesseeisenberglately:

fayestardust:

Jesse Eisenberg painted in Livestream, sorry it’s rough…

It’s wonderful. You’ve managed to capture the sparkle in his eye and the overall innocent joy he exudes when he’s smiling.

this is pretty fucking awesome

I’ve been staring at those luxuriously drawn Michelangelo’s Statue of David pillow lips. And his left eye with its larger epicanthic fold than the right. I think I’ll linger in those areas before I move onto the nose, tilt of the head, neck, creamy complexion… this virtual painting is taking me on a journey and I intend to take the scenic route.

I am a little scared… :P


The Social Network

I just watched The Social Network today. What I find difficult about films about people who are still alive is that it’s difficult to not alter your idea of them, after seeing the film. I’m therefore glad that I had previously read the story/interview on/with Mark Zuckerberg in Time magazine. He was man of the year 2010 and Time had a 20 page article about him in which he said that the film missed the point of Facebook.

I get that, comparing the film to that interview. The film doesn’t say much about Mark’s reasons to start Facebook. It plays it down to revenge on his ex-girlfriend. The interview in Time however makes you believe in Mark’s belief that we should all be as open as possible. The need to connect and to share our lives. The film doesn’t, not once, mention that motivation. What it does say, though, is that Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t care about money. And that lines up perfectly. Maybe that is why he’s making so much of it.

As entertainment, I liked The Social Network a lot. It made me feel particularly for Eduardo, as a character. I liked the tortured friendship, ruined by success. Still, it’s a film. Probably not how it really went down. It’s a perspective. One that I like.

While we’re at it, add me on Facebook and add a little note saying you’re from Tumblr.


"Having two identities for yourself is an example of a lack of integrity."
- Mark Zuckerberg