Thursday, April 17, 2014

balverine:

I could never get rid of Alistair. I was such a sap for his dumb goofball humor, haha. Maybe if I did a 3rd playthrough I could do it… maybe.

Haha I can understand that! Though lmao occasionally his goofball humor ended up giving me secondhand embarrassment. I made him marry Anora so I wouldn’t feel bad about leaving him a sad wandering drunk. EVERYONE IS HAPPY. sort of.

but you should do itttttt. there isn’t as much goofball humor but there is more subdued, sarcastic humor and also wonderful amounts of bickering? Wynne is like an angry scolding parent every time there is banter between her and Loghain. It’s fantastic.

Heh, he did that to me a few times too. Though I tend to like characters that can make me cringe-laugh? If that makes any sort of sense. I was tempted to make him marry Anora, but I had issues liking her as a character… I was holding a grudge haha.

YEAH I would like to see what the dialog between Loghain and Zevran would be like! Or him and Sten, which I imagine would just be tense silence coupled with disagreement with every thing I do pff.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

askshi:

beanycoffee:

askshi said: ((well good on Joe too then. I hope he went in for a critique as well. Made the best of your PAX attendance!))

Oh definitely! It was his idea in the first place. He’s much better at having the confidence to network and… generally speak to humans. If he hadn’t been with me, I probably would have done my famous “not approach anyone then regret it later” routine, haha.

((yeeeeeeeah, haha. I know how you feel with that anxiety. Anxiety and the whole ‘I’ll be blind in a decade if not sooner’ are pretty much the reasons I stopped trying to go to networking conventions and such. I’m excited to see more art from you though! build that portfolio!

And share some of your work, because it’s pretty and I wanna see. I’ll even give nit-picky critiques if you want<3))

I would appreciate the crap out of critiques from you! :D I should be back to posting more work soon now that the trip is over and this freelance job is finally wrapping up.

Plus I’ll be working on some things that are most certainly artistic weaknesses so crit is goooood <3

askshi said: ((well good on Joe too then. I hope he went in for a critique as well. Made the best of your PAX attendance!))

Oh definitely! It was his idea in the first place. He’s much better at having the confidence to network and… generally speak to humans. If he hadn’t been with me, I probably would have done my famous “not approach anyone then regret it later” routine, haha.

askshi said: ((Good on you! It’s always super intimidating so for what it’s worth I’m proud of you!))

Thanks! c: It took some, eh, peer pressure from Joe, but I ended up going through with it and I’m glad I did!

peashooter85:

An ornate 6 shot wheel-lock revolving musket decorated with gold, silver, ivory, and bone.  Originates from Russia, 16th century, possibly restored or added onto in the 18th or 19th century.

Oh man, so I didn’t mention that I went to a portfolio review at PAX that was ran by people from Bioware. Talk about intimidating, haha. But I was lucky enough to get a few minutes with the art director and he gave me some SUPER helpful critique. Pointed out a bad habit I’ve been doing with my art for a while that I’ve never realized! Definitely something I’m going to work on. Not to mention he was mega cool and genuinely wanted to help out the people who approached him.

Sunday, April 13, 2014