Lost in Italy|RomanoxReaderRomanoxReader - Lost in ItalyLost in Italy|RomanoxReader2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
You knew you were absent headed, were curious and got lost easily but did you ever listen to your gut? It was a rhetorical question but I'll answer anyways. The answer is no, you never listened to your gut and alway ended up in trouble. Today was no exception, the only difference was that you did it in a completely unknown place. I should explain, well in very simple words you were lost… lost in Italy. The only thing you knew was that you were in Siena, nothing else. You might be asking yourself if she's so absent minded why didn't she just get a tour group or something of the like, well I did! But I lost them as well, ugh, let me just start from the beginning.
My friend [f/n] had decided to move to Italy after finishing her degree on architecture, it was one her life-long dreams. She moved to Siena, which is in Tuscany, Italy by the way. This summer she invited me to stay over at her place so I could tour Italy to my hearts content, I ,of co
Square Enix - I applied a couple of years ago.Here's a little personal story for my art friends.Square Enix - I applied a couple of years ago.1 year ago in Personal More Like This
About 3 years ago now I applied on a whim for a position to join the Square Enix Visual Works team in Japan. I expected not to hear anything back. I applied with a nice letter, a link to my folio and a 'top secret' link to copious amounts of NDA work.
I was blown away to get a personal response about 2 or 3 days later from one of the Art Directors on the team.
It was very blunt and very straight forward. He told me that I had a very unique style and that my artwork was great, He loved the heavy, solid feel and saturated colors but he had reservations about how far I could push it towards realtime cinematic work. The exact words he used to describe it was " Imagine an offline rendered character that we see today, we need to see that, modelled and textured in a stylised, fantastical final fantasy way but for use in realtime applications." He went further on to say "The stylisation is in design choices, not materials, which are to be very
Human or Elf? Part EightYou woke up half expecting to be back at home, but you were still in Rivendell. Same bed, same room, same home. But something didn't feel right. Suddenly you felt a presence in your mind. By instinct you quickly tried to figure out if it was a threat. It wasn't, it was Legolas. No it wasn't, you couldn't feel his mind anywhere in Rivendell..Human or Elf? Part Eight3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
But it was his voice speaking. You realized it was a message, like an email.
You reached to it and it revealed that Legolas was taken in the night by Orcs. You grabbed your bow and quiver and ran to his room and found his bow which seemed to have been carelessly flung onto the ground. I have to find him before he gets hurt! With his weapons he is hardly any distance from invincible. But without...
Suddenly you got that weird feeling again. That feeling of words, not being your own, were forming in the back of your mind. You had to make sure it was Legolas before you even touched it. Once you confirmed that it was safe to reveal, you re