Planescape: Torment: a podcast post-mortemFor anyone who played and loved Planescape: Torment,Planescape: Torment: a podcast post-mortem1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Eurogamer features an hour-long podcast with the makers of Planescake: Torment: Chris Avellone, Colin McComb, Adam Heine and Scott Warner.
Also, it looks like Black Isle Studios has been resurrected, with a brand new website http://www.blackisle.com/ , Twitter and Facebook accounts. Let's hope something good comes out of it!
BAD CHICK!Hello everyone!BAD CHICK!1 month ago in Personal More Like This
I know I have been MIA for a while now but thats only because I have been creating an arsenal of photos & songs to shock & awe!
My first release is also my first song ever on Itunes, Pandora & Amazon.
It is titled BAD CHICK & is off the album
CREATION OVER CONSUMPTION by TMAC
He is a fellow Bay Area resident, producer, singer, rapper & all around great guy! He wanted to showcase a lot of up & coming artists that havn't released yet & I must say he did a great job of doing so. I love the whole album.
I hope you all enjoy it as much as we did creating it.
Check it out & hold on to your seats cause this is just the beginning!
interview with LA WeeklyI am extremely honored to have been interviewed for LA Weekly, and included in their People 2012 issue "People 2012" with the likes of Liz Meriwether and Carrie Fisher and many other fascinating Los Angel-ites. The interview was fun to do, and I'm relieved the photo turned out so nicely.interview with LA Weekly2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Favorite quote: "Think of the girls," she told herself as she worked on the show. "They need to believe that the stuff they like isn't stupid."
Take a read and enjoy!
Getty, Liberation of Masterpieces as Open ContentWatch depthRADIUSGetty, Liberation of Masterpieces as Open Content3 months ago in Art Features More Like This
J. Paul Getty - The Liberation of Masterpieces as Open Content
The J. Paul Getty Museum has initiated an Open Content Program to share, freely and without restriction, as many of the Getty’s digital resources as possible.
A first sharing of 4,600 high-resolution images of the Museum’s collection, including many masterworks, has just been made available and all are free to use, modify, and publish for any purpose.
In a brilliant stroke, the Getty Museum has liberated one of the top collections of art in the world not just for access but for use. The museum is literally “beaming up” the great works in its collection as living resources within the arts themselves, for study, for sheer per
Smack Jeeves PodcastHey, do you like reading webcomics? Do you like reading webcomics though popular free webcomic host SmackJeeves? Do you like Podcasts? If the answer to any or all of those questions is yes, then get those sphincters clinched in excitement for the launch of SmackCast, The SmackJeeves Podcast hosted by :iconthetooch: and myself launching later this week. Tune in for comics talk, random bullshitting, interviews with webcomic authors, Webcomic readings with the author in a segment called 'Webcomic Theatre', and More! Oh so much more!...Smack Jeeves Podcast2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Don't miss our monumental first episode with special guest :iconLoverofpiggies: as we take time to talk about her amazing webcomic Gloomverse and even present and answer questions from the fans! To send questions to either our guest our us the hosts you can email us as at email@example.com and for information about where to listen and general news you can stay posted here http://www.smackjee
a question i must askwhatever happened to wallets that WEREN'T made of duct tape? can you even remember a time without? personally, i think no one can. but, then again, objectively, literally no one can.a question i must ask1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Skullgirls! ! !Hi guys!Skullgirls! ! !2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Ah, wow... I haven't updated in a while, and I figure it's time to replace the previous journal entry. I haven't read any of the latest questions and comments on it, I guess I should owo; Not sure how many I'll be able to answer, though.
As many of you probably know, but just in case you don't:
Skullgirls is now OUT! You can get it on PSN or XBLA!
I'll try my best to catch up on comments and notes, and possibly answer any questions you might have, especially if they are related to the characters, world, story, or art. (unless it's stuff I don't know yet or am leaving a secret until the intended reveal)
Also, if anyone sent any Permissions for images to me in the past few months but never got a reply- feel free to send again. I'll try to get into the habit of checking my messages more and approving those.
Man... so much art to catch up with on here too haha... I wonder if I'll be able to.
Thanks for all of the amazing support and inspiration you guys, and have fun with the game
All art, no payI just had a discussion with an aspiring writer and manga artist at the convention last week. He told me he has good ideas for a story he's writing, but as he's terrible at drawing, he needed a manga artists to draw the actual manga for him. As he seemed to be pretty serious about it, he tried already to make contact with several artists. But as he doesn't earn money (because... hey... there's no manga yet) he didn't actually pay an artist for the work. As a result, most of the artist gave up after a few pages. Either that, or the art quality was (in his eyes) not good enough.All art, no pay6 months ago in Personal More Like This
As a teacher for the mangaschool organisation, I see a lot of this kind of people. More than I'd like to, actually. This guy was a case book example of the young, aspiring, wannabe manga writer that doesn't understand that you have to invest in something, before you can actually get something from it. Especially when it comes to art.
He kept on ranting about how people didn't draw stuff for them, or how the