Monday, March 21, 2011


As often as before, i've always based my inspirations entirely on movies, songs, graphical and theatrical sources. Just recently I've watched the remake of Peter Pan, a famous old folks fable of a young boy who chose not to grow up and ran away to Neverland.

Neverland in illustration

Still remember those days when you used to cry over toys you can't have? Those days when you thought superman can really fly? And you used to think fairy tales do exist? I bet you don't. And you don't even wanna remember if you do. Hahah. Those days were the best.

Most of us are perceived by the thought that when we grow up, we can do and have all the things we ever dreamt of since kids. But as we grow up, some of us will wish there's a time machine that can rewind us back to those times.

A person's transition from a child to an adult, are accompanied by lots of ups and downs, to the point that they started to tell themselves,

"Being an adult is just too good to be true"

When we become teenagers, hormones explode and we began to have this weird feelings. A boy started to like a girl in his class, meanwhile girls will start to get all gossipy about who's the hottest boy in school. Its all hormone.

Then comes the adulthood, and at this stage that they start to learn the idea of responsibility. An idea that most of them are not bothered when they're still kids. And trying to be a responsible man in everything i do? That's what bothers me now.

I really miss my baby days, those days when girls, work and life don't bother me at all


  1. For the record, the recent (2003) Peter Pan movie is not a remake. It is, in fact, the ONLY live-action movie of Barrie's story. (Not including the silent one.)

    If you're a Pan fan, be sure to read these!
    A story based on Barrie’s own idea for more:
    And a great 'What if?' adventure (but it's not for the kids!): Click!

  2. i'm not a pan fan. i'm sorry. and im just stating my opinion here.