Battle of the WrenchesUpdate: Much to my surprise, it seems that even ED (Encyclopedia Dramatica) has caught on to this. Huh. If you're willing to brave the pop-ups and the NSFW material there, type "Mighty Number 9" into the search bar, and see for yourself. I'll see if I can post a screencap a bit later.Battle of the Wrenches in Personal More Like This
Hey, folks, me again.
A few people have contacted me about something...very interesting. It concerns a certain drawing (done by Community Manager Dina) that appeared on the Mighty No. 9 blog just the other day, and her similarities to another red-headed wrench wielder who's rather prevalent in my gallery. Take a look.
For reference, here are my drawings of the character Geargirl, submitted in 2006, 2009 and 2012 (Compare the poses of Dina's art to the second picture, down to the poses are pretty identical!):
Random Tidbits #5 - Story Tidbits and other stuff.Hey, folks.Random Tidbits #5 - Story Tidbits and other stuff. in Personal More Like This
First of all, I want to extend my congratulations to :icondnmstarsi:, who was the first to correctly guess that T-Bone was going to be the legacy character reveal for Cartoon Network: Crossover Chaos! But to everybody else who too part, a big thanks for your enthusiasm, too! Keeps me going, like a nice hot cup of coffee. (Not the kind Filburt drinks in the dungeon, though.)
I had picked T-Bone for two reasons. One was that he came from a fan-favorite show that kicked all kinds of ass. To this day, I really wondered why Cartoon Network didn't seize the opportunity to make a shooter along the lines of Raiden for it- Swat Kats was just begging for something like that. The second reason being that with his big frame, love of comics and the fact that he could pick up heavy missiles by himself without breaking a sweat, I was simply inspired to add him as a brawler type of character - something like a 'big guy' that hits hard, but a little mor
Argle Blargle Update Log thingy.Hey, everyone. I know it's been a while since you've last heard from me.Argle Blargle Update Log thingy. in Personal More Like This
I just wanted to keep you guys posted on what's been happening over the last few weeks on my account.
As you may have noticed, I've posted up some samples of my logowork and crafts. There were done for other projects, and for the longest while, I've basically kept them to myself, but I felt that it possessed enough artistic merit to be put here. Here are some of the samples I've posted:
Now, admittedly, logos aren't my strongest point, but if you like what you see, I can fix something up for you at a price. More on that later, though.
And now, on the projects near and dear to your hearts...
- As you may have noticed with characters such as Ember and Raphael, I'm trying to release the alternate costumes in batches, so that things get done at a quicker pace and you'd have more to look forward to with ea
ULTRA RARE PLAYSTATION PROTOTYPE!!One lucky guy has reportedly found a rare prototype of the Sony and Nintendo-developed PlayStation console which played both CD-ROM disks and SNES cartridges.ULTRA RARE PLAYSTATION PROTOTYPE!! in Personal More Like This
The original images were posted by Imgur user DanDiebold, who claims the device belonged to his father who once worked for Nintendo. His father found the rare console in a box “full of junk” after he lost his job.
The user hasn’t yet had the chance to boot up the device due to not having the correct cables for it, therefore we are yet to know if it IS in fact a genuine prototype – but looking at the images, it’s hard to imagine that it isn’t.
The device comes straight out of the late ’80s and early ’90s when Sony formed a partnership with Nintendo with an aim to create a CD-ROM version of the Super Nintendo.
However, the two companies clashed over licensing arrangements and plans for the console eventually fizz