Current Residence: Somewhere in the frozen north of Sweden Favourite genre of music: Dunno, I sort of like most of it. (I've worked at a radiostation so I had to start liking it al MP3 player of choice: My PSP...don't have any others Personal Quote: Mjyfs! (I don't think it has an actuall meaning)
Favourite Visual Artist
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Loreena McKennit, Nightwish, Within Temptation, Mike Oldfield
Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger (kind of retro I know)
I don't think I've ever written a whole post about a game before, but it has to be done.
I bought the game Journey on PSN on an impulse and I thought it looked nice. Boy was I in for a surprise. "Nice" is nowhere near describing this game. While you can playthrough the entire game in about 2 hours (this might be intentional, I'll get back this later), it was the 2 best hours of all gaming I've ever done, and when it ended I was close to tears.
The game is stunningly beautiful, not just graphically but also the music, and the way it all works together is (as proven in my statement above) enough to make grown men cry.
In the game you play as
Step 1: Get an idea
Step 2: Make a sketch of said idea. Scrap 2-3 versions of the drawing because they look horrible.
Step 3: Send the sketch to a friend and ask them to point out any flaws and then correct said flaws.
Step 4: Wait 1-2 days, come back to the picture and notice even more flaws that you were too blind to notice before. Fix said flaws.
Step 5: Line art (this will most likely take a day).
Step 6: Color
Step 7: Notice new flaws that you need to correct. Curse yourself for not noticing them earlier.
Step 8: Shading + Special effects.
Step 9: Post picture.
Step 10: Notice new flaws, take down the picture and wo
My old tablet is finally dead! After 5 years of pain the thing finally gave up, and left its mortal plastic coil behind to go where-ever bad tablets go when they brake.
When I say pain I mean my pain.
I bought my tablet probably back in 2006. It was my first tablet (Wacom CTE-440) so I had high expectations on it, and it worked fine... kind of because it didn't take more then about 2 minutes of usage before my hand would cramp up in pain, probably because of the tiny working area of the tablet. Also the pen had a rubber covering around 40% of the pen, but over the years the covering started to tear up and the whole thing stretched out until