Ghibli Super Post with crafts and candy and rAntRanTraNt

I reference Ghibli all the time cause I love it and I love it. Soo here is a post dedicated to it!!
These don't taste the best. They're basically not quite as great rock candy.
I ate these while watching spirited away!
If it's not totally obvious how I made them, take a black fuzz ball and attach googly eyes with glue. 
P.s. Mini heaven
A pathetic Calcifer :)
Like the other candy, I ate these while watching grave of the fireflies.
These next four photos aren't by me.
I wish I'll be as badass as she is some day...
so cool!
One of the many random corners of my room with random stuff in it. I'm not a pack rat...
 Back row: Fuzz/dust balls, Chu Totoro, Totoro, and duck spirit.
Front row: Black worm thing from Howl's moving castle and Spirited Away, Calcifer, Kodama, and Chibi Totoro.
(Left to Right)
Got to love sculpey clay when ghibli key chains are like $30 for 6 of them. Aha I'm so cheap..
Candy from J-box and plushes from ebay.

             Ghibli movies captivate my imagination like no other. Not only because they use their format to push creation but also for the story and philosophy behind them. It's probably safe to say that most of my outlook on life and inspiration comes from them. When I think about which I like the best it's like choosing between my theoretical children. All of them have this unique love put into them. I'm planning on doing animation as one of my hobbies when I'm out of college/take a couple of courses in college if they offer it. I think I'm going to try to make an animation of feature-ish length someday. Even though I'll probably finish around the time I die. :)


Jenna Templeton said...

So many wonderful Gibli things hanna! I bought those 'grave of fireflies' lollies when I was in Japan too :)

Hanna said...

Woah, awesome!