Nose Tutorial Resource by *ConceptCookie
(Source: baby--land, via michelles-demon)
The hardest part of writing witty dialogue is that I’m not as witty as the characters
Lil Cal’s Stable Time Loop
The other day, I realized what went wrong in Davesprite’s timeline: he used Lil Cal to prototype his sprite.
We never got a clear explanation of where the Cal in Dream Dave’s room came from, but I’m guessing that Gamzee put it there with his chucklevoodoos, similar to how he put the clown doll in Dream John’s room. That Cal from the dream room went on to become the Cal who got sliced to bits on Dave’s roof, which Davesprite used as prototyping material. The problem is that the prototyping process completely consumes the object used to prototype; in Davesprite’s timeline, Cal was stuck inside the sprite, so he was never retrieved and repaired by Bro and never fell into Gamzee’s hands, and thus never inspired Gamzee to create Cal in the first place. Calsprite wasn’t just annoying — he was temporally impossible. That time paradox was what screwed Davesprite’s timeline.
OOOOH THIS MAKES SENSE
Kenzo, fall/winter 2013
(Source: foudre, via jolynejoestar)
lychee-bunny: Face and eye guides for Animal... -
Face and eye guides for Animal Crossing New Leaf. I found these on Google and wanted to post them here to make life easier.
Fuck Yeah Character Development!: Make bad art. -
Neil Gaiman has released a book of his great commencement address, Make Good Art.
When things get tough, this is what you should do: Make good art. I’m serious. Husband runs off with a politician — make good art. Leg crushed and then eaten by a mutated boa…
Jacquelyn Jablonski by Hans Feurer for Antidote Magazine Spring 2013