Drew this in Notability
(not my original design, found it online, not trying to steal it just liked the design)
Colors I have a lot of trouble with drawing, sometimes. Specifically people, people I know. It's not because I can't draw, but simply because I can't remember, because I never learned in the first place. When I see people, I see their personalities. Not litteraly, of course, but It's more like I ignore what my eyes are telling to me and listen to their voice, their subtle manerisms and the shifting of their eyes, the half-imagined silences behind their words; and I see colors.Colors by Annanimus
My mother is red and orange and grey. The red and orange are like sparks of a fire, sharp and ambitious; kind and warm, or aggressive and painful. The gray is only seen sometimes. It is a stifling, suffocating color, like a raincloud settling on your chest, leaving your head clear to the agony, the torment, the ignorance of humanity usually blocked out by the clouds of society about one's head. Thankfully, my mother has only a very little bit of gray.
My father is a blue pale-grey, but only when he's
And The Stars Smiled Back... We left the dance filled with laughter. Bubbling over with smiles, giddiness, and a bit of warm, comfortable exhaustion. The counselors were laughing, laughing and saying oh these troublesome campers, what are we gonna do with them. The other girl and I, we smiled at each other. We knew we weren't trouble, and they knew it too.And The Stars Smiled Back... by Annanimus
The lake stretched out in front of us, the thousands of stars dangling their toes, flirting with it's cool, glassy surface. Above, their twins rolled about in the dark grass of the night, disappearing as soon as I would spot them.
As the stars came down to the water, so did we. Quietly, with whispers that barely pierced the stillness of the night, we spread our towels on the deep, eternally shifting sand. We lay on our backs, and with soft words we spoke; of the night, of the week, of all the nights, especially those to come. I imagined my future, hoping, dreaming for things that could never happen and things that always would. W
My name is Shannon. Some of you may know me in real life (*shout-out to my school friends*) as a person who is optimistic, enthusiastic, and friendly most of the time. I enjoy Fencing, Robotics, and Marching Band in my free time. At robotics, I am co-head of electrical divison in my school's First Robotics team (2876). In band, I play flute, though I also play piano and am hoping to learn how to play other instruments. Despite how much I complain, I actually really enjoy learning new things and challenging myself. Art is just a hobby for me, every once in a while I enjoy sketching. Probably will have a lot of sketches from math this year . Yeah so... that's me.