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Let me be perfectly honest in saying, I can't draw. If you happen to find some drawings here, I don't know what I was thinking... Also, I'm not apologizing for the terrible photographs on here anymore. There are simply too many to apologize for the bad quality in every single one of them. You have been warned. The cosplay on here is not me - I don't put photographs of myself up here and I scarely am ever the one NOT behind the camera. Any and all cosplay posted here are by friends, friends of friends, or cool people that are allowing me to do so, unless specifically stated otherwise. All rights go to them and whoever owns the character they are cosplaying as.



I'm still not going to be back for very long and all of the info in regards to that can generally be found in my last journal, but I'd like to ask a favor of you guys, if you don't mind.

A friend I had as a little kid had her car broken into and needs to pay for some repairs. She sells stuff on, so if you could give her stuff a look through or recommend her work to others, that would be appreciated. If not, no biggie. 

You can check out her stuff HERE

I purchased a couple of her drawings to help out a bit and I'll probably post photos of them (I don't have the actual pictures yet, but she had photos of them) soonish, since I haven't posted anything in a good long while. 

Later. :heart: 

EDIT: She had her car broken into again and this time the person stole $200 worth of expensive drawing pens that were hidden in her car (and just that). I'm starting to think that someone is targeting her for some petty reason.
  • Mood: Tired
  • Listening to: Avenged Sevenfold, Ludo, L'Arc~en~Ciel, & OLDCODEX
  • Reading: Some manga called "Toto" that was given to me...
  • Watching: Attack on Titan, Blue Exorcist, and Bones
  • Playing: LoZ: Four Swords, Pokemon X, and FE: Awakening
  • Eating: Nothing.
  • Drinking: Water


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Hey, I'm Zombie-Necromancer23 and as my name suggests, I like zombies. But that doesn't mean I'm solely interested in them, as several other creatures are cool too. I'm also a video game enthusiast, an animal lover (although, I'm not at all a cat person), a filmer, and a writer. But above all, I'm a procrastinating insomniac, so don't hold your breath while waiting for a new upload.

PS.: If you look at any of my writings, I apologize. They are and will continue to be crap. I keep everything I like to myself until it is 100% done, and you get whatever scraps are left over. Sorry, it's just the way it is. I don't share much of anything that has actual value to me. Oh, and if you see art...yikes, I don't know what I was thinking when I did that. I really don't.

My Dog :heart:
My Friends :heart:
My Lil Bro :heart:
Video Games
Mythology/Mythological Creatures
Dr. Pepper
Almost All Types of Music

My Older Brother
Homophobes (and other haters of the LBGT community)
History (as in the subject, not the past itself)

Keep this in mind and we'll get along just fine.

Current Residence: Currently....? This chair.
Favourite genre of music: Nearly Everything
Favourite cartoon character: Despite that it goes against my zombie obsession...Toshiro Hitsugaya
Personal Quote: "Appearances are negligible. Personality is EVERYTHING!"

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Videogeek95 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014
I wrote a bit about You not understanding sentimentality or something like that because you're an atheist, and that I wouldn't expect you to understand... Because of your thoughts of marriage...

...Ignore that... It was a moment of frustration...
Zombie-Necromancer23 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2014
Um, okay? But, just so you know, I'm not an Atheist... I'm sort of a weird mixture between Catholic (which I was raised as) and Agnostic. And, as an aside, religion has absolutely nothing to do with one's potential to have emotions of tenderness and nostalgia. I am actually an incredibly sentimental person. I'm just highly objective while assessing situations and am asexual (I find neither men nor women sexually attractive and - in my particular case - lack any form of a sex drive.) I'm like a nun, but I swear a lot, am not really into practicing religions so much as studying them, and will fight to the death to keep my name as is if someone tries to change it. At best, I am "emotionally reserved," because I don't trust people enough to let them know what I am really thinking or feeling. However, I understand emotions perfectly fine and have actually had to study peoples' thoughts and emotions for work at one time or another. I've also spent years studying facial and micro-facial expressions and body language with professionals and law enforcement, so I am really good at identifying false representations of thoughts and feelings and just as good at masking my own. However, I am a terrible liar (with the exception that I know that the other person knows I'll be lying ahead of time). Ironically, I excel at catching other people lying. I'm not quite a human lie detector, but I'm pretty freaking close to one if I'm meeting with someone face to face.
Videogeek95 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2014
...Okay this makes no sense what so ever...

The only reason I thought you were atheist was because every time I mentioned god, you gave some atheist sounding answer...

I don't remember them all... But I distinctly remember a comment you made about not understanding believing in a god who would allow something bad to happen to his people simply because they didn't pray to him...

Or something to that effect...

Hell I distinctly remember god being one of the early conversations we had... And you gave me an answer that sounded like you didn't care to be a Christian... Or believe in a higher power...

Now you're saying you do?... I'm just seriously confused here...
Videogeek95 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014
It's decided... Tom Baker is my all time LEAST favorite Doctor...


He's the Burt Renolds of Doctor Who... And I only like Smokey and the Bandit...

I'm beginning to think all those times Tom "Declined" to come back for a guest appearance as the 4th Doctor... They didn't even ask him to come back in the first place...

But of COURSE he'd be back in the 50th anniversary... Even 80 year old cock can realize how much of a sucking that could be...
Zombie-Necromancer23 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2014
I like him and 4 and 10 are by far the most popular of the Doctors, but everyone is entitled to their opinion.

Actually, they asked him to come back several times and he said that he would, but never as The Doctor himself, because he has passed the torch to a new Doctor and it is now their era and not his...and so on and so forth. If you think about it, that's actually a really respectful concept and is in keeping with the character of The Doctor himself, since he is never the same man twice and can never return to the way that he once was. Given that he was the most popular Doctor at the time though, they wanted to find ways to bring that particular character back. However, anyone that sets aside the financial aspects for the sake of story can understand that that idea contradicts the whole idea of Doctor Who. Sure, Doctors cross over with each other from time to time, but they wanted to make it a semi-frequent occurrence with the 4th Doctor and that would have been absurd. The story was probably better off in the long-run, because Tom Baker put his foot down and said that he would not return as the Doctor, since it developed a pattern that prevented any Doctor from becoming a semi-regular character after their era had already ended. If David Tennant had the chance to be The Doctor again, he'd definitely jump at the chance, despite how absurd it would be to the story if he showed up frequently. He just loved playing The Doctor that much. 

For the record, he appeared in the 50th Anniversary because A.) He is one of if not the most popular Doctor and B.) they yielded to his demands that he return as a different character and not the Doctor himself. He was actually waiting to be on the show again for quite some time, but he didn't want to return as the same character. He played a mysterious museum curator, not The Doctor, so it was acceptable to him.  
Videogeek95 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2014
At the time of writing that comment, I was focused on how Tom was acting like Burt Renolds and William Shatner on set... I.e. he knew exactly who he was, he knew exactly how important he was to the show, so he acted how he wanted... I mean he walked off set once and had a HUGE fight with the directors constantly... Now Shatner has gotten considerably better, once he discovered that the entire cast despised him, he broke his back to fix their relationships one by one... (George Takei is the only one who hates him still)... Burt Renolds however has never changed...

And I get not wanting to comeback for fear of short changing the current doctor... But come on... Coming back for Anniversaries... You can at LEAST do that much...

Also for the record... You, me, everyone involved, and anyone who is even REMOTELY familiar with Doctor Who History, we ALL KNOW... That that "Mysterious" Museum Director WAS The Doctor's future incarnation... I haven't taken a single Film course and even I know how obviously set up that scene was... The Dialog, the Camera Shots, the way the director himself was acting... It's so Blatantly Obvious that Tom was playing His Doctor that NO ONE will even consider admitting otherwise... Hell the people who WROTE AND DIRECTED the damn scene so obviously know who Tom was playing that they weren't even trying to hide it... "Mysterious Museum Director" merely for the paperwork... That was The 4th Doctor... And there is no evidence on earth that will let you convince yourself otherwise...
Videogeek95 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2014
Necromancy... Does that include making a Lich?
Not in any mythological case I've ever heard of, no. 
Videogeek95 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
Hey you're back... ...This isn't going to last very long... it...
Afraid not, no. My job is pretty time consuming. Mind-numbing and time consuming... If I wasn't dead inside before, I probably am now. I'll try to pop in and check messages more frequently than I have been, but I can't really make promises. Grad school will be entering the picture soon too, so that won't make things any easier.
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