Hi! How’s it going?
Right now it’s going good. Had an evening of games and cookies and sushi and a beer to the 1966 Batman movie. Now tea and the new Beth Orton album in the headphones. The host has gone to sleep so I’m sort of alone with my ghosts. Need to move up here, going home only has material benefits and those are movable.
Hellu and waves and hugs to all!
As above, and with a definite hello. No question about it.
Creepy! I’ve always preferred vampires in the form of monsters rather than the beautiful romantic men that sometimes sparkle.
Yes! The whole looking nice destroys part of what makes them work well. Sure, you can use them as some kind of supernatural psychopath, but wouldn’t it be better to use a human supernatural psychopath then? No, let monsters be monsters through and through — at least when the disguise is dropped.
I almost picked up the second game last week, but the store didn’t have it. I got skyrim instead, but I really want to play mass effect. It looks good.
While the second one is also damn good, I recommend you getting the first one as well. Lots of factors from the first and second affects the third one if you import the characters. And the story is excellent all the way through.
I tried to grow a fu manchu -moustache once. I’m way too impatient, turns out.
The biggest problem is that few people can wear a Fu Manchu-moustache without looking like an idiot. I definitively couldn’t pull it off.
themeds replied to your post: It’s the ambivalence that kills me. I don’t think…
I’ve been having some of these exact thoughts about my own art. It’s kind of frustrating.My problem is how it relates to the things that isn’t about the art. If what I’m best at isn’t good enough, what does that say about the rest? I know it’s just the depression talking but right now in the midst of it, that is a slight comfort.
themeds replied to your photo: faun folk (second version)(by Nn.) This is one of…
I’m the same way. I always post something, and then keep finding things I want to tweak. I’ll be amazed if I ever finish a piece, and truly believe it is finished. That must feel liberating.
My rule is that it’s finished when I get bored. Which, I admit, happens earlier than the artwork deserves in many cases. There are lots and lots of old things I should pick up and redo properly. But that’s for Sometime Not Now.™
Cool. I just got back from vacation, and hope to watch this when I get a chance. Do you plan to do more?
Yeah, probably. It was fun and one couldn’t procrastinate so it was a much more focused way of work. Might do one from scratch without a scanned skecth to work from.