Kim's playlist was a mix of vocaloid and jpop songs. He had a bit of RBF, so he looked mean and no one would guess that he liked that type of music at first glance.
"Oh, yeah sure," Reese replied kindly when the black haired boy asked about her art. She moved over a bit so he could view her canvas. You'd expect to see a nice painting of the park, but Reese had made it a bit more abstract than that. The trees seemed to morph into monsterous tentacles, the ground was warped like a wavy mirror.
Kim took a walk around his neighborhood. A few kids were playing outside, but they steered clear from him. Kim had kind of a reputation of being the big bad mean kid on the block.
Reese smiled before replying, "Well, do you want them to be tentacles? They could be snakes, or seaweed. Art is subjective, that's why I love it so much," She said. "I'm Reese," she introduced herself.
Kim stopped when he got to a basketball court. Some kids around his age were playing a game. He had no interest in joining, he simply just sat down on the concrete to watch.
"Julius! I like that name. It's like Julius Caesar, it's a name drenched with drama and history!" Reese said excitedly. She began to paint a knife on the ground of her canvas, then she hazardly threw some red paint on it to represent blood splatters.