Rin and the Raccoon . two

Sorry for being away last week! my friend wanted so concept art drawn for his music video animation (written and animated by himself (he’s pretty talented!) But I’ve come up with more Rin and the Raccoon. If you missed the last one, you can grab it: here: https://wordpress.com/post/literatureandwarmcoats.wordpress.com/267 (It’s all updated and everything.) Anyway, here it … More Rin and the Raccoon . two

Bad romance

I swear I’ll update the story again soon and give you some sweet concept art. But, for now, here’s a poem about … I’ll leave that to you. Bad romance The wait is so long When we listen to our songs and come not too strong

Rin and the Raccoon

Rin and the Raccoon (りんとたぬき。) Is a new short series I’m going to be working on and publishing weekly on this blog! What’s about? I’ve only got a vague idea, but it focuses on a girl named Rin (8), who had an older brother (12), drowned in a river, is irritable and feels rejected from … More Rin and the Raccoon


I’m doing a cheeky presentation on solar cells this week so I thought I would spruce it up a bit. I mean, I found my tablet, I had too, right?  (Honestly, even though it only took a few minutes, I’m feel I need to work on the line width. Some of them are fine and … More Cheeky

9th and 16th

I’ve been in London for the past couple of days watching Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (which was brilliant) and inadvertently meeting a great writer (Patrick Ness) and going on the Harry Potter studio tour. So it was very hectic but super incredible. London is greatlike that, with it’s random architecture and bustling streets. … More 9th and 16th


“There’s something I need to tell you.” I place my wine glass down and look over at the girl on the other side of the table. Her hair is long and hangs slightly over her face. She has to push it out of the way every couple of seconds, just to make the sides of … More Fun-


I can’t help but watch the last frozen leaf curl backwards. It tapers a little before falling loose and drifting slowly to the floor: resting on the soft, white surface that blankets beneath the rising trees. I keep my eyes focused on the glistening orange leaf; I concentrate on the slight curves that cradle the … More Waldeinsamkeit