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No Face's Motivations in Spirited Away

Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away is a boldly imaginative work and one of my favorite offerings by Studio Ghibli. Its strange yet vibrant fantasy world that the main character, Chihiro, gets whisked away to is one that puzzled me greatly the first time I watched the movie and even bothered me, but I have since grown to love it. 678 more words

Kaonashi (No-Face): The Creature of Many Faces

In the Japanese animated film Spirited Away, Kaonashi (No-Face) exhibits many different personalities. Having no family or friends, he appears at the beginning of the movie as a very lonely, shy and quiet creature. 181 more words


Aside from working on claymation projects in college I have very little experience working with oven-bake clays. I’ve purchased packages of it with good intentions, but ended up tossing them in random storage drawers with other craft supplies, then just kind of forgetting about it. 101 more words

This is what has been taking up my time.......

I have not had a chance to blog so much recently as I have been making my first ever cosplay from scratch for a upcoming comic con. 40 more words

Travelling In My Bookcase

No-Face (Spirited Away)

It’s been a while since I have done a pattern make over.

You may recall (a long, long time ago) that I have trouble making faces for my amis. 474 more words