Thursday, April 29, 2010

Kenny's Rainbow Shooting Dance!

Just ignore the gay stuff! Well... if you want too... But nothing too bad is here. The video above is Kenny (Rami Malek) dancing gay style, so there.

I'm posting this video for cc404, since she wants to watch it. It's really funny!


Oh, yeah, there's something else I want to show to her. It's about Marcos Al-Zacar from 24 being yelled at. He CRIED, you know! Well, at least in tears... Here it is.

1234 manga in process

I'm currently making a Manga named "1234". It's about the daily (or fantastic) lives of companions Lala and copycat404 (nicknamed "cc404" or "Cece" by some, though Lala calls her the former). I was inspired after reading "Satu Atap"; I found out that I could also try publishing a comic as well. It'll be in Indonesian, unfortunately. But, I'll publish them to the web in English only.

Now I'm in progress of making a chapter which Lala and cc404 visits an old mansion. Yep, that's a small spoiler for you! I'm not even finished with the draft yet! Do you know that I'd have to scan them to the computer, ink them on PaintTool SAI and GIMP, then print them out before sending them to the company?

So please support me for this project, OK?

-Lala L. Stella

Monday, April 26, 2010

Snouck Hurgronje vs. Marcos Al-Zacar

Sorry it's teeny. This is a picture of (left) Snouck Hurgronje and Rami Malek Marcos Al-Zacar from 24.

I found Snouck Hurgronje way before I've watched Night at the Museum where eventually I've found Marcos's picture. I found Snouck's picture in my Social Studies textbook, by the way.

Their eyes are just so weird aren't say. Who has more terror in their eyes?

FACT: I like Rami Malek more if I don't look at him.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Is liking someone real better than a fictional character?

Well, you know Rami Malek from the last post, right? *tsundere*Well, it's not like I'm liking him or anything!*tsundere* But... you know that he's real, while Montblanc's not! I've seen the guy's preformance from (almost) all of the programs he stars in. He did pretty much do things that I've never heard from Montblanc before, especially as Marcos Al-Zacar from 24. He shoots someone, bleeds, cried (with tears?). Yeah... I wish Montblanc could be like that. Could it be because...

Montblanc's not real?

Well, it's actually up to the creators of Ivalice Alliance if Montblanc's gonna do all stuff. And so far for the fanarts, the only fanart which involves Montblanc bleeding and crying are works by me! *sigh* This just sucks.

But what actually is better? Liking a real guy or a fictional guy? In a fangirl way, not a lovey-dovey-romance thing!

Hm... maybe I'll talk about that Egyptian American guy some more. A lot of people thinks that he's handsome, especially sexy, Or So I Have Heard from YouTube comments. Well, I don't think he's sexy! I don't even like to see his face. (Well, it's kinda my nature to not have eye contact.) I like how he acts innocent and stuff. I like comedy, and when he's associated with it, it's definitely something I like! I also like his voice somehow. It's not sexy! I just like voices like that. Despite that he's actually born (and raised?) in America, he still sounds a bit Egyptian, you know. And I like his role in Night at the Museum, Ahkmenrah/Akhmenrah/Akmenrah (man, so many spellings) mostly because of his clothes.

Do you know that this weird feeling inside me is also encouraged by my sisters, who also said that Rami Malek is attractive?

Just darn! ಠ_ಠ

Oh yeah! Look at this! This is mostly why I like that guy who I described the most in this post!

Monday, April 19, 2010

Curse you, Akhmenrah the Pharaoh!!!

*Screams Dr. Doofenshmirtz Style*

I watched Night at the Museum a few weeks ago, and saw Akhmenrah, the supposed pharaoh from the movie. All of my sisters and friends said that he's either cute, handsome, or hot. But I think that it's kinda disturbing to see him and his appearance drives me crazy! I like his costume, though. Yeah, it's pretty attractive.

But the rest is kinda creepy. Especially during the movie's sequel. The character who was played by Rami Malek only appears during the prologue and epilogue. And he kinda acted kinda nuts during the epilogue, when he tried to explain the magical tablet in front of little girls (who had not faced puberty yet, so they weren't attracted, yet), but ended up lying that it was just a decoration.

Hm... well, I'd better keep on liking Montblanc until I'm in college.