I love nature; I can be so easily inspired by it. I love going outside to fresh air to being indoors wrapped around a blanket with some hot tea. Tea can be one of the few things left in this world that is so natural and relaxing. The equivalent would be you smoking a cigarette or marijuana (but I never smoked marijuana before so...). I have a little itch for writing; it’s so amazing; just like art. Anything, ANYTHING in your mind you can easily create. Say if I wanted to make a three-headed platypus. There it is! I could write about a whole life story for that three-headed platypus and all kinds of adventures for him. I could sent him into lava and grow wings somehow without miraculously dying.
It`s just like that in the snap of my own fingers, you have the power to create and it’s amazing. OR you could draw out the three-headed platypus and never write one word about it, let’s call him Joe. You would never have to say ONE word about Joe, drawing him out is your own way of creating a story. Leaving the public to figure out what it really means. It`s so fascinating.
I am very expressive through the arts and through my words; I like to inspire people in my own way. I look at the world through different eyes and think very differently from a lot of people. It must obviously be why society calls people weird I`m one of those weirdoes. Because no one ever said you had to follow the mainstream!
Fun Fact About Rwhan:
• Pseudonym is Rwhan (AKA artist name)
• Parles vous fracais? Je parles le fracais
• Favorite animals: Owl, turtle, wolf, cat, bear, and fox
• Is a junior in high school
• <3`s Green Tea
• Favorite Anime: Elfen Lied, Daughters of Mnemosyne, Black Butler, Howl`s Moving Castle, Spirted away
• Is a writer/poet
• Is mainly a traditional artist
• Loves running (Cross Country)
• Likes reading
"We loved with a love that was more than love." -Edgar Allan Poe
“You can never tame a wild thing, wild creatures have their own rules and their own reasons and you will never understand them”
“We humans fear the beast within the wolf, because we do not understand the beast within ourselves.” – Gerald Hausman
"These violent delights have violent ends. And in their triumph die, like fire and powder, which, as they kiss, consume." -Romeo and Juliet, Act II, Scene VI