//*listens to Livin’ La Vida Loca and watches corpus and vector rping and wonders why all of this sass is not canon because damn they so would*
Hmm? It seemed his friend had a bit of a touchy side if not explained well? Something the priest mentally noted as not to offend them in anyway. Mainly as it bothered the boy when he did something that made another feel different. “Really? I kinda thought it was obvious?” Working with vehicles Justin often smelled a bit of oil and grease that had rubbed onto him as he worked, but it may just be because the bear always had that mask on and it distanced him from the smell. Then again it wasn’t that often since he always had a thing of always cleaning up afterwards.
His only bag fit into the fairly roomy storage space as well which already gave an answer to the other. “Yea, I really am glad were done with this part of our small quest, but now we have to get to the ride?” A faint picture of the map still imprinted in the boy’s mind that it wasn’t going to be that reliable to go on. Hopefully Tezca managed to remember the map.
"Oh, good! I’m glad you saw them. I was sort of busy with our one objective…." It was embarrassing since a lot of times he would just focus on one order then worry about the next later. It was one flaw he had when he took missions.
"Perhaps if ya’d walk around with tools all the time and had oil stains over your clothing and all. I don’t think anyone pays attention to others smell." Now that sounded kind of creepy anyways. "To be honest if I didn’t knew you I’d say the only mechanical thing you’d fix would be an organ in a church." Now this probably sounded a bit mockingly, but with the whole attire of the teen it was probably what most thought upon meeting him for the first time.
"Ah, but it’s actually pretty cool! I mean I can just imagine how much work it must be to get a regular vehicle to a point where it can be driven through long distances in the desert without the engine collapsing from the heat or sand." It was quite impressing, possible how people said that some were more talented in technical and rational things and others more with language and the fine arts. And some in both.
Justin might as well had counted to the latter group. Even if Tezca was not sure of it, the lad just gave off this impression of valuing a good painting. And of course, music. “It won’t take us long~ I’m pretty sure of where it is.” He replied after putting his bag inside the locker as well, waiting for the younger to shut the door close and turn the key.
"Oh?" The girl tilts her head whilst thinking about his statement "Then what do you think? whats your view?" She smiled brightly. It had been awhile since she could speak stars to anyone. "Sí, hay un montón de historias" She chirped somewhat. "I don’t want to bore you because there are loads of stories but I can tell you some of the more simpler ones if you like" Grinning almost like an excitable child she twiddles her fingers waiting for a response. "Mi padre solía decirme que sobre les". Her grin dropped a bit to that of a subtle somber one. Shaking her head slightly she decides to not dwell on the subject, Pointing over to a set of stars she lines them out with her finger "See that line of stars there?"
The night sky had always been a big interest of the witch, ever since she was little and not just because of her animal or nature of being a witch. There was so much about night time that interested her, from the darkness, to the different aspects of life. Her fonder days reminiscent of her childhood sneaking out at night to venture the country side around her back in the Yucatan peninsula. It was strange really, she seemed to fall into much nostalgia lately.. And the night sky was definitely no escape from her interest, of course she knew about what stars really were and how far away they were, but there was a certain aspect of the night sky which always seemed to call to her.
"I actually - and only personally spoken, of course - like humans are kind of calculating. Or at least try to be, that is. And unpredictable behaviour always shows signs beforehand. It’s just a matter of seeing and interpreting them right I assume." He smiled slightly as he heard the tone that filled her voice. It wasn’t happiness but quite cheerful. "Me imagino que. … Tu padre? Ah…" A witch that actually had a father and even more, knew about him? This one was surely new, something he mentally noted to ask about at another time, where the topic would be easier to bring up, especially since it was something so personal. His eyes wandered along the invisible line her hand drew towards the night sky, curious as to what sign she had choosen to talk about.
He couldn’t say that he was as passionate about the subject, but it couldn’t hurt to expand some common knowledge and to get a better impression of her. “You mean… The one a bit to the right, or? It was always a bit hard to tell without ever being able to truly point at a single star. In its general direction were tons of others after all, even without the milkyway nearby. “Creo que… I see which one you mean. So, how can it be construed?” Aside from the usual zodias, he was quite unbeknown in this area. Just another point as to why listening to Cecilias executions would prove to be quite helpful. No telling how or when, but someday for sure.
//I feel sorry for Harvar and am very amused at the same time
okay im gonna be around tomorrow most likely b/c i have bronchitis or some shit but like dudes promo im a brand spankin new soul eater blog and im lookin for other soul eater rpers
//Okay I’m done with the animation and my german teacher sended me the correction of my test essay and I just… “SENSE???” in caps next to a paragrah and I’m here like
WELL ONTO REPLIES NOW
//Oh, media/animation classes are actually really neat! It’s just that we don’t get the progs for home (of course there are means for me to get flash and all, but I use it barely and don’t have the time to really get into it so it’s not worth the efforts right now) that we use in school and it’s just…
Really frustrating because I am already one of the better students when it comes to this, but he now demanded (due to us bringing up that barely anyone has the whole adobe suite at home) that we make a stop-motion film each and I know 7-10 seconds don’t sound much, but picture by picture they are, especially when people like me, who don’t have a photostudio in their dorm to get the lightning and angle and all right all the time (he pointed wanting this out as well) work digitally only and do traditional animation. ..
I mean I DO enjoy it, just not with the topic we got. This sure got long, sorry anon and good luck with your project! ;w;
Also a big apology to my RP partners, I’ll try to drop by here and on skype as well once I’m done with it! I just have two days left for all work to get done since I drive to my parents again then for personal stuff till the rest of the holiday (aka things that are not important and things that are more like helping my parents seeing how both are currently not in the health condition to carry heavy stuff and all since my dads knee is still not ok and all haha).
//I’m at 150 frames already and don’t even have half of the required seconds full holy shit my media teacher is the worst urgh
//OKAY I JUST DECIDED TO CATCH UP ON SEN DURING MY EARLY BREAKFAST AND JESUS WE EVEN GET TO SEE JOE AGAIN HOLY SHIT YES PLEASE
//AND HE GETS A CUTE MOE SCENE WITH ETERNAL FEATHER WAIT IS HE STILL TOGETHER WITH MARIE IN NOT WAITWAITWAIT *PULLS OWN HAIR*