"Mozart was born into a world without Mozart.
I found these words on a lovely blog the other day and I had to share them. I can't imagine a life without creating something. I'm not talking epic novels or chart topping songs. Creativity comes in so many forms; cosplay, roleplays, chiptunes, vlogs, blogs, worldbuilding, baking, even daydreaming about a fanfic idea, a ridiculous MTG deck you want to build, or a TF2 cosmetic you want to put onto the Steam Workshop.
Creativity is what you make it. It takes passion and imagination, and it can be anything you want. I think one of my biggest drives with art and blogging is just the knowledge that I wont be forgotten, that in fifty years time someone might find a silly picture I've drawn when they use whatever search engine exists in the future.
I hope they find me, and react the way people react now when they see my art.
I hope I make the future smile. :)
Watching Call the Midwife with a cheeky glass of Babycham - 'Happy Days' in Bristol with mum - my silver bracelet
Spring has sprung! - Bath Abbey - 'Vintage Life', a new favourite read in a bubble bath!
I'm trying to get into a blogging habit here, but it's difficult! I spend so long on other social media outlets, it feels like I've already said it all on Twitter or Facebook. But when I spend so long looking at other beautiful blogs, I just know I have to keep this going. Someday I want to look back at this online diary and marvel at the memories.
Similarly, I've been trying to use Instagram a little more. It's a fun little way to document the smaller moments. Life's not always big holidays and grand adventures. Sometimes life is as simple and lovely as a glass of Babycham in a vintage glass.
I'm Selena, an artist, blogger and gamer - but maybe not always in that order! Dream Somehow is a blog dedicated to travel, art, geeky adventures, gaming, life in the South West of England, vintage style and a little bit of Disney Dreaming! If you'd like to know a bit more about me, click here!
Illustrated icon of me by Tinrobo ❤
Want to see my art? Click here to go to Reaperfox.com!