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It's been another while since I updated. I've been busy busy busy. Right now I am trying to finish and launch a single in January, finish a new EP and finally finish my LP  ALL THE QUEEN'S MEN.

Did I mention I also scored a documentary? ha.

Here is my latest EP, the BE BRAVE EP which you can download for free, but kick money my way if you wanna!
lebasfondmusic.bandcamp.com/al…

Here's the single Prince of Memphis:
lebasfondmusic.bandcamp.com/tr…

last, but not least, here is the "tinderbox version" of 'Be Brave, John' which I recorded on a REAL CELESTA!!!!
soundcloud.com/lebasfond/be-br…

You can also download it for free. :)

I am super proud of the latest music I've been working on. I am also exhausted.
  • Listening to: Laura- Bat For Lashes
But I've basically stopped drawing and painting. I've stopped sharing it.

Two years ago, I went through some nasty art-theft/ design-theft on Tumblr. It's also part of the reason I've been making more music instead, because I felt so wounded by what had happened. And then the debacle with sadfrenchpeople. People saying this or that... people I didn't know saying that I had done things I never did to people I've never met.... online or otherwise. It was completely out of control.

I went from being a professional with a huge and impressive portfolio and clientele to fighting with idiot kids on social media. Who sent me anonymous messages to go die, etc.  And I'm not proud of it.

I lost friends over it. I didn't know who to trust, and people I cared about didn't care how other people had hurt me. So,  cut a lot of people off, point blank, because my trust had been shattered. I didn't know who I could trust, or who I could talk to, because of this awful culture that had been created. And I am not sorry about it. I did what I needed to.

I bear no ill will, I just don't want these people in my life anymore. And I think that's fair.

k me two years to recover from it. The nasty feelings have finally gone away.

I'm slowly trying to pick myself up and have clients again, slowly, finally. I've worked very, very hard establishing my career, and now that I am working on bigger projects again-- scoring documentaries, children's books, working on other film and television projects, I just can't...CAN'T. I just can't with nonsense, and I don't need those kinds of people in my life anyway.  I don't want to fight with people about fictional dead people, I didn't want to turn down clients because I had no confidence in my work anymore....All of that stuff is just baby stuff. And it doesn't matter.

But I have a lot of really exciting things coming, and a lot of projects that I will be debuting in the next couple of weeks. I look forward to sharing all of these things with you.

xo,~ M.
  • Listening to: Laura- Bat For Lashes

Some thoughts about recent events:

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 16, 2014, 2:30 PM
So, I decided to share this with you all in light of recent tragic events. I do NOT like opening up to people, in fact, it is my least favourite thing and it makes me feel unwell and unstable even doing so. But, I do feel that honesty is extremely important and that comments about suicide and depression need to come from a first hand experience, as someone who suffers every day. I am sorry if the following material is unsavory or triggering to you, and I apologize, but also understand: I live(d) this.

I cannot tell you the exact moment when I  first fell into Lake Depression or hacked my arms into ribbons, but I can tell you it started from an early age.  I was severely physically and sexually abused by my biological father, and after my parents were divorced, had to deal with the very real terror of my father either trying to kidnap me after school, or breaking in and trying to kill us. I suffer from anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. They (as in the Great Powers That Be) have thought that I have a “light” version of borderline personality disorder, which is marked by fearing “real or imagined abandonment,” “issues with self-injury,” “intense emotions and unstable ideas of self or others.” Also, They thought I had post-traumatic stress disorder. These are nothing more than fancy ways of saying that fucking shitty things have happened to you, and you do not have a society-appropriate reaction. How dare you be maladjusted after extreme trauma. Shut up and fall in line.

These are all examples of what is called “inter-generational trauma” and are very, very common in Native households.  You’re born into poverty, alcoholism and violence and, frankly, you as a Native child stand a very little chance, because it’s so, so easy to accept this as just the way things are. I had to fight until my fingertips were raw to escape clichés and not be a statistic. This is hugely in part to Colonialism, but also the acceptance from others that that “is just the way things are.” “your father is an Indian, that’s just the way they are.”  Domestic violence is NOT a Native traditional value. Rape and incest are not Native traditional values. Neither are drugs, alcohol, or other forms of self-abuse or violence.


I had tried, even as a child, to try and tell people what was happening to me, or what had happened, and I was silenced very quickly and dismissed almost immediately: I “imagined” it, or, and this one of my favorite, “don’t embarrass your family.” I had a lot of deaths of friends who were very close to me and grieving was made very clear to me that the people around me were not going to tolerate this being anything extended.

I turned inward and the outcome was self-injury. Suicidal thoughts were quite normal, and I seemed to surrounded by people I had no emotional attachment to, or who were unkind. Killing myself seemed an ever viable option. I am not being dramatic, I am being honest. Mind you, this really started to get into effect when I was 7 or 8 years old. My earliest self-injury exercises were related to obsessive-compulsive disorder: hair pulling and skin picking. Both of these relate directly to control: self-punishment, being able to control at least one thing, —even if it’s ripping fistfuls of hair out, —and the after care (soothing the wounds, methodically unwrapping the band aids, etc.).

I also had a strong art presence in my life. I had very, very few friends growing up because of the stuff with my dad, and I was maliciously teased and bullied. I couldn’t relate to other kids. So I listened to a lot of cassettes and I drew all of the time. I created a whole world of friends that I drew and cut out and kept in a book. Robert Smith, Tori Amos, The Smiths, David Bowie—these were all people I was closer to than any friends I had ever had. I had music, and I had the friends I had drawn.

I did my best to catch things early and I read a lot into self-injury, OCD, causes, etc. Mind you, I have very little faith in Western psychology because when I was in high school (which was only 10 years ago)—they didn’t know what caused Borderline Personality Disorder; it was just a mark of wayward girls. Now they know it’s caused in large part by childhood trauma. Which, sorry, seems rather obvious to me. I didn’t want to be a cliché, or another case of the tragic and vanishing Indian.

I spent a good decade hacking myself into pieces, hoping that I would die. Puking, bleeding and crying. At one point in early college, I had bled to the point of passing out and had cried to the point of puking. I woke up in Lake Depression: blood and vomit. I was so goddamn mad because I thought all I wanted to do was die and then I was certainly Not Dead. You know, they say that “insanity is doing the exact same things again and again and expecting different results.” Obviously, this wasn’t working and I was pretty fucking exasperated at that point.

That’s when I started to take my art very seriously; I started showing in galleries and my first true professional work was for the Rape Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN.org). By the end of college I had started recording myself (on cassettes, mind you!!!). So, here I am, 4 years later after graduation, and I am an accomplished visual art and I self-published two EPs, two singles and an LP (music all within the past 9 months). Art and music didn’t replace self-injury, I just got tired of self-injury not working. So I busied my hands with collecting  computer skills, working as a professional illustrator and piano instead.

I get a LOT of emails from listeners, or people who like my art and know my work with RAINN.org,  or sometimes even my friends, and they generally say the same things: you are so strong, you’re my hero, you make me feel like I can do anything, what you do means so much to me. Are you sure we’re thinking of the same person? You mean me? This giant jackass? They never fail to surprise me, because I don’t think  am very special or what I do is special. I never feel strong. Most of the time I think I am a giant loser. Obviously, people have a strong emotional connection to what I do, and for someone like me who has felt isolated for most of their life, it’s still shocking.

So, am I crazy? I guess. I have been reassured it is the “good crazy.” Do I still cut myself? I admit: yes. Rarely. I have gone years at a time without, and then furiously for a block of 3 months, and then not again for years.  Relapses are not failures. That was  a hard one to learn, too. It was really hard to learn to not beat myself up and punishing myself for, well, punishing myself. They’re very rare, and I have a very high threshhold. It’s a far cry from 10 years ago when it was a regular, scheduled, part of my day.

 Am I a good person? I would like to think so. I know that I am a giving and loving person, who doesn’t really know how to not be who they are, even if sometimes, I am still ashamed, or made to feel ashamed, of who I am, a person who loves very deeply and gives very freely, even if it triggers me and I get hurt.  I am a loving and loyal friend, and I am always willing to jump in there and help or be there for someone else.  I love children and animals, because they are the purest and most honest of us all, and don’t know how to be ashamed of who they are yet.

There is a saying my tribe, “with great power comes great responsibilities,” which, well, typing it out makes it seem like goofy, cliché Lord of the Rings shit, but it’s the truth! I obviously didn’t die, and I do have a few gifts, I guess, so I have a responsibility to use them to help others.

What I can tell other people who are suffering from unwellness:

    •    + Get the help that is appropriate for you. Medication is a blanket, band aid “treatment,” that doesn’t work for everyone. I had adverse reactions to meds, and had to be taken off of them almost immediately (hives, even further suicidal tendencies, dissociative episodes, waking up outside). I find that acupuncture and running work for me. So does watching those funny home video shows where people fall off ladders or smash themselves in the face stepping on rakes. Laughing is so important.
    •    + Avoid drugs and alcohol. I am so, so lucky that I made an active choice to do both of those, even in my nastiest suicidal states, I was never a drunk. So there’s something!
    •    +Also, removing things and people from your life that aren’t good for you is perfectly acceptable. If you are finding yourself surrounded by people who don’t give you the support you need, fuck them. It’s not you, it truly is them. Show them the door. People who call you names for frequently washing your hands or who belittle you for having an anxiety attack and crying on the floor— these people are awful and you need to get the hell away from them. They don’t deserve to be in your life.
    •    +it does get better. I know I have a hard time saying this one, because I don’t always believe it myself, but it does.
    •    + Heal on your own time, and fuck anyone else who thinks you should be further along.
    •    + you don’t have to do anything you don’t want to for anyone else. If YOU want to stop cutting, stop. But you do it for you. Don’t ever, ever, place your healing on someone else and give someone else credit. I had to learn this one recently the hard way, and it hurt. And I cried. But ultimately, you deserve healing and wellness.

Be KIND to people. Really, truly be there for them.  I know it hurts me, sometimes, because I am always there for other people and I find that it’s not always returned.  But know that you should rather be that person who cares too much as sends cards that aren’t deserved and sends encouraging text messages and calls people just to tell them you love them. Because you’d want someone to do it for you. I really don’t think there’s a whole long wrong with people who are depressed; I think the world is a fucked up place, and I think we can alleviate so much by being there for each other.

I wish you all a long and happy life.

-Melody.

And, before you ask: no I don’t think my depression is in any way intrinsically akin to my love affair with sad British pop music.

  • Listening to: They Don't Know~ White Sea

HAPPY BASTILLE/ TOO POSH FOR GAVORCHE DAY!!!!

Journal Entry: Mon Jul 14, 2014, 12:44 AM

Listen/purchase: Too Posh for Gavroche by Le Bas-fond

HAPPY BASTILLE DAY! Time to party like it’s 1789 to TOO POSH FOR GAVROCHE!!! Available on Bandcamp.com

lebas-fond.bandcamp.com/album/…

(both Amazon and iTunes decided to drag their goddamn feet and it’s only up on Bandcamp as of right now. :( )

I’ll be updating the other sites as they come in and I am sorry to everyone who has to wait for their digital outlet of choice.



  • Listening to: They Don't Know~ White Sea

TOO POSH FOR GAVROCHE IS OUT IN A WEEK!

Journal Entry: Mon Jul 7, 2014, 11:44 AM
soundcloud.com/lebasfond/sets/…
 But you can preview the album here! :)

Please give it a listen!

  • Listening to: They Don't Know~ White Sea

Coming Bastille Day 2014- TOO POSH FOR GAVROCHE!!!

Journal Entry: Fri Jun 13, 2014, 11:09 PM
It's seems only right to go all the way, because you only get one first record. I wanted to evoke the spirit of one of my personal heroes, fictional as he may be. I wanted something cinematic, evocative, and accessible. Intimacy is so important, and sometimes things hold such an immediacy, they don't need words.

There's no such thing as a throw-away song on this record; every single track was built from the ground up and carefully crafted. There are so many times when I was certain that this record was going to crush me, because I lack a lof of skills. I took what I did have, and I took some very, very scary risks. I wanted my voice to be unique, because I feared comparison more than rejection.

You'll find that the tracks are in a lot of ways confessional, but also encoded. Only I know what's narrative and what's not. It's like I am letting you in on little secrets. It's like I am passing you a note in class written in a code we both only half-understand. Esoteric as that may seem, I never want to alienate you. I want you to leave after hearing this record feeling like you don't know for sure what happened, but you're well taken care of. The ever-present sense of peril is met with Gavrochian valor. "Grim love of freedom and courage," met with "cheerful and resourceful, rather than a victim."

I grew up very poor with a criminal father, and, like Gavroche, I chose to reject that life, met with ugly with humour and cried when I needed to. Making this record came with a lot of laughs and a lot of tears.

Getting to know me personally is a privelege few know, and one I easily revoke. Think not of my heart as something walled in, but rather, surrounded by a chain-link fence you an see through, maybe touch with your fingers through the wires. Or, should you be so inclined, scale.

It's been a long time coming, and I've worked very, very hard. I am glad that I waited this long to make my record, because I would have been a very loud young person with very little to say. I love this record, and I hope you do, too. There's a lot of hurt, but there are also so many loving feelings, in tracks like "and to be free" and "Marry Me," written for people who have changed my life. Cheeky defiance, hope, bruised eroticism, more hope, mortality, denial, tenderness, raw, ugly, and even more hope. That is this record. I'm glad I waited. I am so grateful you've waited it out with me. This sweet boy--and this record is a boy, through and through--means the world to me, I love him so much.

Ready or not, here I come: July 14th, 2014, TOO POSH FOR GAVRCOHE, will be available as a physical CD and as a digital download on all major digital retail outlets.

See you then. More exciting news is coming soon!

-xoxox

  • Listening to: They Don't Know~ White Sea

SKETCH CARD COMMISSIONS OPEN!!

Journal Entry: Wed Jun 11, 2014, 12:11 PM

PLEASE REBLOG!!!: NOW ACCEPTING 10 slots for sketch card commissions!

Here are examples above of previous commissions.

Sketch cards are tiny watercolour paintings, approx 2.5x3.5 inches, with a two day turn around time.

$25, plus $5 for shipping.

If you are interested, please email me at collectingbees@thisquietsiege.net



  • Listening to: They Don't Know~ White Sea

Heirloom is here!

Journal Entry: Sat May 17, 2014, 11:14 AM
Hey kids! My EP, Heirloom, is here! Only available through special order! Please directly email me collectingbees@thisqueitsiege.net for information on how to order a copy. You'll also get a free gift from me and a special note!

You can also buy just Heirloom as a single! lebas-fond.bandcamp.com/track/…

Thank you!

  • Listening to: Speedway(live)~ Morrissey

NEW EP, Les Miz Broadway Friends, and MORE!

Journal Entry: Thu Apr 17, 2014, 2:33 PM

lebas-fondmusic:

New EP, surprises for my @LesMizBway friends, and more!

How very fortunate am I, I always have so many, many people to thank, and I am always so grateful for the love in my life I have- so so many people who are there for me. So, while I don’t have the  EP finished yet, I always have my list of people to thank first. There’s a special section thanking all of those in my life who are now gone from this unhappy planet, to another, better world. (It would please folks like John Rapson and Ian Patrick Gibb to know they both got thanked before Morrissey!)

The new EP is called “Heirloom,” and deals with grieving and loss, in tandem with bullying and other outside forces vying for centre stage. The core of the EP is meant to heal and is about saying goodbye. Whether it’s a record collection that shaped your entire life, a house you grew up in, your grandma and some of your best friends—or even a musician you grew up loving and never knew personally—, there were a lot of goodbyes in the past few years. Painful, precious sounding, uncomfortable to listen to are some of things that come to mind as I work on mastering this little record. I cried a lot when I was working on it. I missed so many of the people I have lost. So many people on that thank you list have changed and saved my life. All of the ones on the special thank yous: Colleen, Zahra, Uncle Humbert, Grandma and Grandpa—were always the ones who believed in me even when I didn’t. I miss them. I wish they could be here. I wish I could tell them that I make records because they were the ones who loved and believed in me.

Some ghosts actually showed up when we were recording Pip and Miki/ Asleep!!

Because of the intimacy of the record, I am not releasing it digitally. I am only making a limited number of physical copies, available online through me and at the live shows. HOWEVER, my good friends in the LES MIZ BROADWAY CAST are going to get a special care package of Le Bas-fond merch/ swag! They’re going to be some of the few who get copies (and before anyone else!) along with some buttons and other goodies.

HEIRLOOM will be out on May 20th, and in the hands of a few very special people even sooner!

Be kind to one another. Love each other. Tell the people who love them you love them every single day.



  • Listening to: Speedway(live)~ Morrissey

Funny how the black shines brighter than the white

Journal Entry: Sun Apr 6, 2014, 10:53 PM
lebeautifuldecaybasfond:

#eponine #sketch never forget that they can’t take from you what’s yours. Remember …that you don’t need approval from small, vicious minds. They can’t take anything away from you.

I feel like, after the email I just had with another Les Miz artist, that this needs to be reiterated:

it is more easy to be critical, than it is to be correct. The anonymity of the internet is a coward’s paradise, but it doesn’t make you correct; it makes you an asshole. People saying really hurtful and deplorable things about someone’s art doesn’t make you an art critic, it makes you a critical asshole. Saying that I am “too sensitive” doesn’t actually make me overtly sensitive, it means you’re an asshole.
I worried for a long time about being liked, being included and being part of the club, and now I can see it’s not a club I want to be in. What was said about me really hurt me, because it came from people I thought were my friends. But the fact remains that my art was reblogged under “ugly[character’s name]art,” I had my character designs (which are copyrighted) lifted, received horrible anons and emails telling me to go die, etc.
At the end of the day, some of us are professionally working artists with notable clients, and we don’t need approval from small viscous minds. These are people who have nothing better to do, from what I understand, than to refresh pages and leave thousands of comments on an anon forum. I’ve never seen such a waste of energy.
Saying my art is “ugly” doesn’t make you an art critic. It doesn’t take away my awards, my featured shows, my portfolio.
Bullying me and getting your imaginary legions to join you doesn’t make the character designs less stolen. Saying that your art is better than mine doesn’t actually make it better. (It was good enough for you to rip off…)
 What does matter to me is being able to say “good bye,” and “good riddance” to people who are complacent in the terrible ways their “friends” treat other people.
What does matter to me are the wonderful words of admiration from other artists whom I greatly respect, the actors or musicians or friends who have deep and emotional reactions to the pieces I give them or their commission me.
Other Artist, you have to continue the good fight. It’s hard, but rewards come, and there are friends out there. Who matter.


#eponine #sketch never forget that they can’t take from you what’s yours. Remember …that you don’t need approval from small, vicious minds. They can’t take anything away from you.

I feel like, after the email I just had with another Les Miz artist, that this needs to be reiterated:

it is more easy to be critical, than it is to be correct. The anonymity of the internet is a coward’s paradise, but it doesn’t make you correct; it makes you an asshole. People saying really hurtful and deplorable things about someone’s art doesn’t make you an art critic, it makes you a critical asshole. Saying that I am “too sensitive” doesn’t actually make me overtly sensitive, it means you’re an asshole.

I worried for a long time about being liked, being included and being part of the club, and now I can see it’s not a club I want to be in. What was said about me really hurt me, because it came from people I thought were my friends. But the fact remains that my art was reblogged under “ugly[character’s name]art,” I had my character designs (which are copyrighted) lifted, received horrible anons and emails telling me to go die, etc.

At the end of the day, some of us are professionally working artists with notable clients, and we don’t need approval from small viscous minds. These are people who have nothing better to do, from what I understand, than to refresh pages and leave thousands of comments on an anon forum. I’ve never seen such a waste of energy.

Saying my art is “ugly” doesn’t make you an art critic. It doesn’t take away my awards, my featured shows, my portfolio.

Bullying me and getting your imaginary legions to join you doesn’t make the character designs less stolen. Saying that your art is better than mine doesn’t actually make it better. (It was good enough for you to rip off…)

 What does matter to me is being able to say “good bye,” and “good riddance” to people who are complacent in the terrible ways their “friends” treat other people.

What does matter to me are the wonderful words of admiration from other artists whom I greatly respect, the actors or musicians or friends who have deep and emotional reactions to the pieces I give them or their commission me.

Other Artist, you have to continue the good fight. It’s hard, but rewards come, and there are friends out there. Who matter.



  • Listening to: Speedway(live)~ Morrissey

unfortunate.

Journal Entry: Wed Mar 19, 2014, 3:44 PM

I am sorry that you’re taking this the way that you are, but I am not. It could have been a very non-issue, but you asked and I answered. I walked away. You had to know. So I told you. You made choices, and so did I. I resented you, and it wasn't fair, so I left.

You always knew where you stood with me, and I am sorry you didn’t like the answer. I hope that years from now, you can appreciate that I was honest with you. I never lied to you about how I felt.

Word of advice to you would be to not ask questions you don’t really want to know the answers to.



  • Listening to: Speedway(live)~ Morrissey
lebas-fondmusic:

Please reblog!
Hey guys!I have somewhat sad news: I lost my day job today. Please help me out by buying my music!
My newest single "and to be free" came out on Feb 25th!
Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/and-to-be-free-single/id828536673
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Be-Free-Bas-Fond/dp/B00INMZFQ6/ref=sr_1_2?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1394169058&sr=1-2&keywords=Le+Bas-Fond
CD BABY: https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/lebasfond2
PLEASE REBLOG and SHARE and please, please support me! I love you ALL.

lebas-fondmusic:

Please reblog!

Hey guys!I have somewhat sad news: I lost my day job today. Please help me out by buying my music!

My newest single "and to be free" came out on Feb 25th!

Itunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/and-…

Amazon: www.amazon.com/Be-Free-Bas-Fon…

CD BABY: www.cdbaby.com/cd/lebasfond2

PLEASE REBLOG and SHARE and please, please support me! I love you ALL.

soundcloud.com/collectingbees/…

Is out today! You should be able to get it on iTunes, Amazon and all other major outlets in the next couple of hours!

Sketch Card Commissions!

Journal Entry: Wed May 29, 2013, 11:23 PM
Now open for sketch card commissions@ $25, 3.5x2.5 inches. shipping TBD, depending on where you live. You can see examples of previous sketch cards here:

Mature Content

14 La Muerta Catrina by collectingbees


Enjolras et Jehan by collectingbees

Playing Nemorin- Montponine by collectingbees

Everyone who helps me out gets an EXCLUSIVE version of "Pip and Miki"--
this is the album version:
soundcloud.com/collectingbees/…

THANK YOU

  • Listening to: Backseat~ Carina Round
  • Drinking: teaaaaaaaaa

Pip and Miki

Journal Entry: Sun May 12, 2013, 3:53 PM
soundcloud.com/collectingbees/…

I made a song! :) This is my first time making a song exclusively by myself! I am super proud of it, although I am VERY aware that I am not M83 (sigh).

for NinjaMiki and PippyHamms Rubbishlions

lovelovemlove

  • Listening to: Backseat~ Carina Round
  • Drinking: teaaaaaaaaa

Psst!

Journal Entry: Mon Apr 29, 2013, 10:26 PM
loyaltyofvillains.tumblr.com/p…

!!!

Here are some isolated vocal tracks (no music!) for the up-coming EP by Le Bas Fond "by the wayside." These were copy-paste from three of the working tracks: Still Ill, the original song (!) (the "Gavroche song") and to be be free, and the I Dreamed a Dream/ Kate Bush mash up.

Listening is greatly appreciated, and I swear to God that it's coming out very soon! :)

  • Listening to: Backseat~ Carina Round
  • Drinking: teaaaaaaaaa

with the thoughts of ten thosand freedoms

Journal Entry: Sun Apr 28, 2013, 2:18 PM
Hey everyone:

I just wanted to say "thank you" for responding to my last entry. I couldn't reply to all of your comments because they make me too emotional.  I really do appreciate them, though, I do.

Thank you!

  • Listening to: Backseat~ Carina Round
  • Drinking: teaaaaaaaaa

Happy New Year!!!

Journal Entry: Mon Dec 31, 2012, 9:37 PM
Thank you, friends! Looking forward to this New Year! bonne année! Frohes neues Jahr! Und/et/y! ¡feliz año nuevo!

  • Listening to: Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others~ The Smiths
  • Drinking: teaaaaaaaaa

New Demos and Commissions!

Journal Entry: Sat Oct 20, 2012, 7:24 PM
First off: New Demos!

soundcloud.com/collectingbees

These ones are some outtakes and not the professionally recorded ones that we recorded in the session. Working little by little to my goals!

Commissions:
Mini painting commissions are now open! $25 ea., 2.5x3.5, with $5 for shipping if applicable. Send me a message or email.

Thank you all so so much! xoxoxo

  • Listening to: Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others~ The Smiths
  • Drinking: teaaaaaaaaa

New Mugs!

Journal Entry: Mon Aug 27, 2012, 10:55 PM
Hey friends! I now have two new Les Miz/ Loyalty of Villains themed mugs!

fav.me/p29438016
C'est faute à... Grantaire?!

and

fav.me/p29437904
"I'm not obsessive....."

Enjoy! and let me know if you get one!

xoxoxo

  • Listening to: Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others~ The Smiths
  • Drinking: teaaaaaaaaa