Neko

Throw me to the wolves.
Daniel. A blog for my art.

Halloween.

I’m actually excited about my birthday this year. I’m hoping that it gets cold enough for sweater weather.

I love messing around with my photos in photoshop.

I think it’s about that time that I just disappear for a month or so.

Maybe I’ll go to Washington this time, I feel like I’d enjoy Washington..

It’s time to go out and be weird.

Til Midnight at the Nasher tonight yayyyy

I don’t know what it is about today, but I feel this real deep depression. I’ve always been depressed, but up til now I could cope with it. Now it’s actually stopping me from doing things and I just want to sleep the rest of the day. Ugh I left the charger and battery to my dslr out at my camp which is a 2 hour drive away, I cut my leg open and got 5 stitches to close it up, Robin Williams died, so I have to cross him off my list of celebrities I want to meet.

This is just one of those weeks. I’ll be posting some pictures of the sculptures I made in class, I hope you guys will like them. ttfn

Hello new followers :3

How are you? And if you haven’t already, you should check out my art ;) thanks for the follows.

Looking at plane tickets to Bucharest for next year in january for $600…

That would definitely be an interesting adventure

Anonymous asked: ever think about killing yourself?

only when I’m really bored.

There are no beautiful surfaces without a terrible depth.

— Friedrich Nietzsche (via henretta84)

Let people feel the weight of who you are and let them deal with it.

— John Eldridge¬† (via mau-gli)
Print off my copper plate. Taking it slow and just adding small things. 

I like to be funny to cover the deep, powerful pain, the miserable insecurity.

Paul Mazursky, comedian and director of Moscow on the Hudson, Harry and Tonto, and Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice 

Mazurksy passed away last week at 84. 

(via darksilenceinsuburbia)

The wind rushing all around, my eyes slowly opened,

everything started coming into view in such a hurry.

my body felt weightless and my clothes pressed against me.

I turned over and reached out,

but there was nothing there, as birds flew by and I saw

your face looking down and you retreated back

away from the cliff.

then everything came to a halt,

and with a smile, i knew i was flying.