I have purchased a domain name for my blog! Yay!
So instead of witapuspita.com, which I don’t like because my name is hard to remember to most people in this world (wish my name is Mary Jane or something cool), so I’ve decided to name it CatGoneMad.com, as you can see from the banner I’ve designed above : D
Do you like the blog’s new name? You don’t? Oh, too bad for you LOL.
So if you realise, the blog you’re reading is no longer witapuspita.wordpress.com, but catgonemad.com. Although you can still type the former address and you will be redirected to the new one. Setting all of these up on WordPress is so easy. Now I just have to re-design my blog. So pardon me if I won’t be posting for a while, this blog will be under renovation!
Loading Artist recorded a 10-minutes-ish video on making of Loading Artist’s comic.
The man behind Loading Artist is Gregor Czaykowski. His comics are “loosely based” on his own life. For those who are wondering what kind of program he use in the video, it’s Adobe Photoshop, but he must be drawing on Wacom Tablet or something similar. Isn’t he amazing.
Here’s some of my favourite comics by Loading Artist
Pizza Night is the first Loading Artist comic I saw on 9gag (yes, 9gagers love Loading Artist). What caught my attention is the expression of the phone caller 6 squares from top, left side. It’s so great I screen capped it and use it as my blackberry messenger profile pic sometimes : P
All comics and video by Loading Artist.
It’s a design studio and a retail shop that sells what they describe as “Designery Goodness” in Perth. Love that stacked shelves.
I’ve ever been to Perth, when I was…. 6 I guess. So I can’t really remember what Perth is like. But I remember that sandy place with rocks, and I remember that because the sand kept getting into my little eyes. Also I remember eating steak in a rustic style restaurant where they cook right in front of you. And I remember staying at Burswood Hotel with my cousin and my grandma, and my cousin talked me into eating stuff from the minibar. My parents had to pay for it during check out time and I assume it must be really expensive, because they were so mad lol.
I assume Perth must be less boring than Canberra. I’d love to visit Perth one day. In fact I’d love to visit every states in Australia. So far I’ve only been to VIC, WA, QLD, NSW and of course ACT.
All images by Studio Bomba
These couple of days have been warm and sunny in Canberra. I’m glad that Spring is finally here. I just hope it will stay this way, and not go back to the depressing painful cold weather it was.
I’ve been reading 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami. Murakami is probably the only writer whose book I could read and appreciate. I’m not a reader. My mind drifts a lot when I read. I have no patience and tend to skip to the last part to see what happen. Murakami’s books, however, keep me interested. I love how he always begins with really ordinary characters with ordinary situations, and slowly stir up some extraordinary events in their lives. The way he describes the situations, and everything and anything around the characters makes me feel like I’m there experiencing everything.
So I created this Spring Blooms bookmark that would brighten up any book you’ll read this season, and they’re free to download and print for your personal use.
Click on this image to download
Click the image above to download the file. It’s in PDF file which you should open using Adobe Acrobat Reader which you can download for free from here. Colour might vary on the screen. And I printed mine using Canon PIXMA MG6250 using glossy photo paper. So if you print using different printer and paper the quality might be different too.
CONDITIONS OF USE: The images or files you download in this article (or across my entire blog) are free for personal use only. Please do not use them commercially. If you share them in you site, blog, facebook, pinterest or other social medias, please link back to this post or my blog address. If you would like to use the printable for any commercial projects of yours, please ask for my permission first. Thank You!
All images by Wita Puspita
Have a Happy Spring!