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About me.

I'm not especially artistic, but I appreciate the art of others in a kind of "I wish that I could do that" kind of way. I dabble in sketching using plain old pencil on paper, but my main these days Digital. A little photo editing, and a little Photoshop.

I work extensively in Daz Studio\Poser. You can see a couple of the renders that I have done on this page, but most of what I do goes elsewhere. This page is mostly here for my web comic. It's cheap and cheerful, and not my best work by any stretch of the imagination, but I guess that's what happens when you need 6 or 7 renders per page. It's a little bit about Alien Abduction, and a lot about how much high school and small towns can suck if you aren't one of the pod people.

More to the point. I'm a committed non conformist. I don't do "peer pressure", and I hate being told what to do or what to think, and I have a personal beef with anything that calls itself "mainstream". Be it art, culture or science. Particularly when said "Mainstream" spends more time putting down people who disagree with it through cheap shots and ridicule, than it does defending its perspective through evidence and or reasoned argument.

Although I resemble it sometimes, I'd hesitate to call myself a Goth. The Goth scene has become somewhat commercialized over the last 10 years, to the point that stores like Hot Topic are ripping off the Goth look and are selling it as a novelty lifestyle choice called "Emo". Which is what you might get if Goth were brought out by a greeting card company. Emo is just another way of conforming while pretending that you aren't.

Yes, I am thin and pale, yes I do dress in flowing black clothes with a semi-occult on theme (Not that being a Goth has anything to do with the occult, I hasten to add), and no I don't have anything pieced. Not not a nipple, not an eyebrow, not even an ear. That would be too much like conforming for me.

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If there's one thing that the snowflake\millennial townies in my school like it's protesting.

They will protest pretty much anything, often without really knowing what they are protesting for, or understanding what they are protesting against.

You regularly see them waiving placards and shouting slogan about outrages that happened years ago, or in some cases were the complete opposite of what they thought they were (in one instance they protested in support of man who they thought was being persecuted for being an environmentalist blogger, but whom was actually a child molester using a fake environmentalist blog to get close to people with young children).

They've marched against fascism, without being able to define what fascism is. They've marched against GM crops by protesting one of the largest organic farms in the area (This would be my family farm, by the way), and all kinds of other crazy stuff.

So, this one time, a group of my friends got together and we set up a fake protest just to see what they would do.

We picked a day that we knew some of them would be holding a solidarity sit in in (basically, this is where they make local people's lives a pain by protesting in support of something that has absolutely nothing to do with them, and which nobody has ever heard of before) and we went along with a bunch of our own placards.

We made up a fake name that sounded like what a snowflake\Millennial thought a right wing conservative might be called, and we started chanting "... out out out", and similarly non-specific things. Before long they stopped their sit in and joined us. We had some spare placards, so we stated handing them out, then we started chanting in Spanish. Before long there was a whole crowd of us all protesting, all waiving placards and chanting in Spanish.

Of course, what we knew, but what none of them knew was that the placards and the chants loosely translated to "... has three nipples".

I'm not sure if we were supposed to be protesting for people with three nipples, or against them, but it we videoed it, and it was absolutely hilarious to see them joining in without even the faintest idea of what they were chanting.
  • Listening to: Epica
  • Reading: Manga
  • Watching: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Season 6
  • Playing: Fallout 3: Broken Steel
  • Eating: Coffee
  • Drinking: COFFEE
When it comes to calls for books to be removed from libraries certain images usually come to mind. Mostly these involve middle aged white conservatives waiving the confederate flag with one hand and holding a beer can in the other. He (because it's usually a guy) will probably have a swastika tattooed somewhere on his person (Possibly his forehead), and he will be indulging in some non nonsensical rant about how allowing children to read Harry Potter will encourage bisexuals to use voodoo to write pro-immigration message on Starbucks coffee cups.

For the most part, this is a pretty accurate image (If you believe CNN, 103% of all white men love swastika tattoos and ranting about immigration). But, recently the narrative has become a little unstuck. At least where I live.

All things considered, I come from a pretty conservative town. And, all things considered, there are a lot of books that aren't in either the school library or the town libraries because white conservative men (and women) demanded that they not be there. Harry Potter, The Twilight Saga, His Dark Materials, and any and all Manga, for a start.

However, in recent years, the number of books that conservatives have demanded be burned (in some cases, literally) has been eclipsed by the number number that liberals have been demanding be similarly treated. And when I say "eclipsed" I don't just mean that they have been demanding a few more books be removed from the library. They have surpassed it by a wide margin.

In most cases the justification for this has been relatively simple. The liberals - mostly snowflake\millennial kids form townie families that have moved into the area over the last few years - don't want to see anything that might upset them. The don't like racism, so they demanded that the school dump To Kill a Mockingbird. They also demanded that A Time To Kill be removed, even thought it highlights the senselessness of racism, as well as the novelization of Blade Runner. Because they equated the replicants to a minority group, and this upset them.

They did pretty much the same thing with all of the history books that showed pictures of Adolf Hitler, or the swastika. They said that the school library should be a "safe space" and that knowing that these books were there, or that other people might be reading them and decide that maybe becoming a Nazi was a good idea, traumatized them.

However, last year a book burning incident arose that left me scratching my head.

Apparently, the Lorax is Homophobic?

At the time I remembered having read the Lorax as a child, and I was pretty certain that it didn't have anything homophobic in it. But, knowing that the townie kids had a tendency to over react, or to misinterpret things - In one instance a girl claimed to have PTSD after seeing another student reading a book with a picture of Hitler in it, because she was afraid that reading the book would turn the student into a Nazi. It later turned out that the picture was of Oliver Hardy, and had absolutely nothing to do with Hitler - I dug our copy our of the attic and read it, and re-read it again, and again. But couldn't find the homophobia.

Thinking that maybe the homophobia was in a later version of the book (my copy was brought when the book was first released, and is significantly older than I am), I looked up the modern text online, and found that it was almost identical. Still, no homophobia.

So, filled with morbid curiosity (You get this a lot when people encounter townies) I went along to the PTA meeting to see what was getting their panties in a bunch.

It turns out that I needn't have gone to the trouble of reading the book ... because the townies hadn't read it either.

What they had read was an erotic fan fiction that shipped the Once-ler and the Lorax together.

Right now, you're probably thinking "WAT?????" (I know I was), but it doesn't end there. The fan fiction was actually based on a single scene from the 2012 animated movie of the Lorax. A scene that wasn't in the original book. Apparently, this upset the townies.

Yes, they were upset because a book written in in 1971 did not include a homosexual relationship from a 2017 fan fiction, which was itself based on a 2012 movie.

In my mind there was an obvious logical disconnect between these things. You're probably seeing it too. But the townie kids just didn't get it.

They gave a series of impassioned speeches denounced anybody who supported homophobia as being fascists, and read out a series of harrowing statistics about murder and suicide rates connected to homophobia (all of which later turned out to be fake). Then they reacted with outrage when they were asked to explain how a book written in 1971 was homophobic because it didn't include a homosexual relationship from a fan fiction written decades later.

After about 15 minutes of this they stormed out, screaming that the Principal was a murderer, and that it would be their fault when the Lorax inspired homophobic murders started.

It probably didn't help matters that they tried to make a dramatic exit by wrecking up the place. Well, at least that's what I think they were trying to do. One of them started making noises like a cow trying to poop a bowling ball, and started kicking empty chairs around. While another one kicked a fire extinguisher. Which promptly fell off the wall and landed on their foot. I'm told that it broke two of their toes, and that there was very little sympathy for them because of it.
  • Listening to: Epica
  • Reading: Manga
  • Watching: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Season 6
  • Playing: Fallout 3: Broken Steel
  • Eating: Coffee
  • Drinking: COFFEE
I know that I often write journals moaning about townies and their antics, but the truth is that most of the ones who come to my town are OK. They're just regular people trying to escape the urban rat race back wherever they used to call home (There's also a fair amount of White Flight involved, but we're not supposed to talk about that).

The might have a rather strange idea of what small town life is like, and they might occasionally do dumb things like trying to take selfies with young animals (even the most docile dairy cow will trample you to death in a heartbeat if they think that you're a threat to their calf) or going out at night without a flash-light (we don't have street lights, or street signs), but they aren't bad people.

But occasionally, just occasionally, we get one or two who do things so monumentally stupid that it's difficult to decide whether they are an idiot or a sociopath.

It's probably best to start by giving you a little background.

My town was built in a basin at the foot of a range of rocky hills and we get a lot of run-off when it rains or when the winter snows melt. On one hand this means that we have silt rich soil that is very fertile and requires little or no irrigation. One the other hand it also means that we have a high water table. Which means that we have a problem with flooding. Particularly flash flooding.

After a series of particular bad flash floods, in which a lot of livestock - and several people - were killed, my town decided to dig a network of storm drains. Deep ditches that channel water away from people's homes, and into levies or flood plains.

We also enacted local Ordinance that requires that residents maintain any drains that cross their land, or which pass close to it.

The actual level of maintenance tends to vary between households. Some people spend a couple of weekends a year shovelling silt and detritus out of the drains. Others regularly check their drains throughout the year and never let anything accumulate. My family - being a bunch of crazy redneck prepers - dug our drains out with a mechanical excavator, so that they were deep enough that a zombie couldn't climb out, and wide enough that a tank couldn't bridge them. Then we lined them with concrete (Did I mention that my family are crazy).

One of the new townie families decided that the best way to maintain the drains on their property was to fill them in with spoil, and to sow grass seed on top.

Yes, that's right, they decided to turn part of the town's vital infrastructure into a lawn.

It's not as if they didn't know that this was exactly the wrong thing to do. There's a big exhibit in the town museum explaining how the drains were originally dug, and every new family gets a personal tour from the mayor when they arrive. There's also a leaflet in the welcome basket that new families get. It's on our website. There's even a DVD about it.

Oh, and there are signs up on every storm drain reminding people of their responsibilities (and warning them not to fall in).

Admittedly, this family wasn't the first to do this. But in the previous case it was just a short section. It's taken them a week with a small Takeuchi to do it (The arrival of which is what tipped people off that they were up to something) and they'd had to dig out an entire bund to get enough soil (Coincidentally, said bund was also part of the flood defence system, making the abject stupidity even more extreme). They could have flooded out a dozen properties if there was a big storm.

Needless to say the sheriff was not best pleased, neither was the mayor. Neither were their neighbors. Particularly not the ones who could have been flooded out.

In the old days, this would have been a lynching offence (literally) but, because we're a modern town living in civilized times (OK, this is a total lie, as we're not remotely modern or civilized), they've been told to do community service.

As is fitting, this involves restoring the drains to their original condition. Which is no small feat given how large a section they filled in.

As is even more fitting, they've also been ordered to tend the graves of the victims of the last few big floods in the town cemetery. Which, we hope, should focus their minds on why we have storm drains, and why filling them in is a bad idea.


  • Listening to: Epica
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  • Watching: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Season 6
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  • Eating: Coffee
  • Drinking: COFFEE
MLP:FiM - Shadows of the Past #25
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Shadows of the Past is a continuation of my previous web Comic "Without Magic", in which Twilight was tasked with finding out out "what makes her special as a pony" outside of magic. You do not need to have read Without Magic in order to enjoy Shadows of the past, though some scenes will make more sense if you have.

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A few years back I took what is probably best described as an extended vacation from myself.

I packed a bag (literally, one bag) and walked out on my life. I left the farm, I left Michigan, I left the country, and I left myself. Mostly in that order.

I went from being a country girl on a traditional farm, run by a large extended (not to mention somewhat inbred) family to an expat alone in Shanghai. Which almost as far away as you can possibly get from small town America as it is possible to go. I was originally intending to go to Tokyo, but that's another story.

As an upshot of this I was exposed to a lot of new ideas and a lot of concepts that were either alien or completely unknown to me. Quite a few of these things came from the fact that I was living in a large city in China, but quite a few more came from the fact that I was - for the first time in my life - exposed to the concepts of satire, irony and sarcasm.

It might seem a little strange, but the source of these things was actually English TV. As in the country, rather than the language. At the time there was a lot of English TV in China. Particularly older shows from the 1970s and 1980s. In particular there were a lot of sitcoms. At first I simply didn't get most of the jokes. A character would say something that seemed quite absurd but with a totally straight face, and I'd wait for the punchline. It was only later on that I realized that this was the punchline, and the fact that it was absurd was the essence of the joke. You weren't meant to take things at face value, and the tone used to convey something often conflicted with what was being conveyed.

At first I was confused. I was more used to comedy with snappy one liners followed by a laughter track. But when I got the hang of if I realized that it was often absolute genius. A character could say one thing with one tone, and actually mean the total opposite, or could highlight something quite sensible and straight forward by saying something absurd. Or vice-versa. In particular, I loved watching characters who could be sarcastic, but with out using a sarcastic voice or mannerisms. You'd hear them and then stop and think ... Wait, WHAT?

This, sadly doesn't seem to be an art that's been mastered by a lot of American TV show (some do it very well, but most don't). Particularly ones that aren't comedies (English TV dramas have some of the greatest sarcasm ever written). Or at least the TV networks don't seem to see its value. Even shows like South Park which use satire and Irony a lot often make them "on the nose": very direct so that they stand out much more than they would in an English satire.

I've seen quite a few misunderstandings based on this, with people taking English TV totally the wrong way. Seeing characters or scenes as being racist or sexist (and thus bad to have on TV), when in fact they are using satire to demonstrate that racism and sexism are dumb. What might seem like an outdated attitude form a character is actually a critique on their attitude. While what might seem as an insult by one character to another is actually a joke at the expense of the person making the insult which shows them up as being stupid or ignorant (Pretty much any character in a British sitcom making a racist comment is usually highlighting their own stupidity).

I've noticed this a bit too with my MLP comics. I've included quite a bit of satire in them, but a lot of it either seems to fly over peoples heads. People have taken things at face value which I hadn't intended to be seen in that way, or they simply haven't got the joke. At least that's the impression that I get in the comments.

Probably the place that I've noticed this the most has been where I've chosen to lampoon PC culture and censorship. I've lost track of the number of people who've commented on the black censorship bars that I've put in who have taken them literally as being either me being prudish and not wanting to show pony butt, or as me being forced to include censorship by ... well ... whoever censors fan comics I suppose.

According to the unwritten rules of satire the best way to draw attention to something is to deliberately try to hide it. Putting a censorship bar on pony crotch mostly serves to highlight said crotch. It instantly draws the eyes and sends the average person's mind straight to the gutter.

I'm not really sure what the solution to this is, and there are a lot of people who don't see this as a problem that needs solving at all (because life would be very dull if we were all the same), but if you do get the chance to watch some classic English comedy I hearty recommend it. Particularly Monty Pythos, Red Dwarf, and Rising Damp. The latter of which is something of an acquired taste, but the trick is to understand that characters who are being outright offensive (watch the uncut version, if you can) usually end up being the butt of their own joke. There have been quite a few moments when I've stopped and said to myself "Whoa, you can't say that on TV", only to realize that they what was actually meant was quite the opposite.

I can't guarantee that it will all make sense to you, but my comics will definitely make more sense to you after watching them.
  • Listening to: Epica
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If there's one thing that the snowflake\millennial townies in my school like it's protesting.

They will protest pretty much anything, often without really knowing what they are protesting for, or understanding what they are protesting against.

You regularly see them waiving placards and shouting slogan about outrages that happened years ago, or in some cases were the complete opposite of what they thought they were (in one instance they protested in support of man who they thought was being persecuted for being an environmentalist blogger, but whom was actually a child molester using a fake environmentalist blog to get close to people with young children).

They've marched against fascism, without being able to define what fascism is. They've marched against GM crops by protesting one of the largest organic farms in the area (This would be my family farm, by the way), and all kinds of other crazy stuff.

So, this one time, a group of my friends got together and we set up a fake protest just to see what they would do.

We picked a day that we knew some of them would be holding a solidarity sit in in (basically, this is where they make local people's lives a pain by protesting in support of something that has absolutely nothing to do with them, and which nobody has ever heard of before) and we went along with a bunch of our own placards.

We made up a fake name that sounded like what a snowflake\Millennial thought a right wing conservative might be called, and we started chanting "... out out out", and similarly non-specific things. Before long they stopped their sit in and joined us. We had some spare placards, so we stated handing them out, then we started chanting in Spanish. Before long there was a whole crowd of us all protesting, all waiving placards and chanting in Spanish.

Of course, what we knew, but what none of them knew was that the placards and the chants loosely translated to "... has three nipples".

I'm not sure if we were supposed to be protesting for people with three nipples, or against them, but it we videoed it, and it was absolutely hilarious to see them joining in without even the faintest idea of what they were chanting.
  • Listening to: Epica
  • Reading: Manga
  • Watching: My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Season 6
  • Playing: Fallout 3: Broken Steel
  • Eating: Coffee
  • Drinking: COFFEE

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jimmyhook19202122 Featured By Owner May 3, 2018  Student General Artist
Hey PerfectBlue.


I just wanna know.... is it true from NicLove that you love Princess Luna's S1 Design? ^^;
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PerfectBlue97 Featured By Owner May 3, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I literally have no idea what any of that means.
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Braver69 Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2018
No matter how much one may be expecting it, death will always be a cold final place where we can no longer hope for a better outcome. I am sorry for your loss and make sure you allow yourself to grieve. 
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Alejindio Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2018
I just lost my Grandfather, I'm sorry for your lost but as long as you remember him, he will never be gone. Peace sister.
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Lyra-Elante Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm sorry to hear that. It's hard losing a parent. 
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IamSelrahcNoone Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm sorry for your loss. :'(  Be well.
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SailorSnowflack Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
:hug:
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wildhawk441 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 15, 2018
I want to send you my well-wishes in your time of loss; PerfectBlue.
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spinningtop397 Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sending love and prayers to you and the family during this difficult times :-(
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JoviSSJ3 Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm sorry for your loss. my condolences :(
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