charismaticbard asked: Hey, not sure if this matters but I wanted to point out (about the witcher having a male protagonist) that the story originates from books, so it's not as much of a personalised rpg (like dragon age) in that sense!
Oh yeah, the first book was a great read :) I was thinking along the lines of playing rpgs like Chrono Trigger, the Final Fantasy series, etc…and how it starts off okay, but gets kinda weird when the male protagonist (me) gets a romantic interest. However, it doesn’t get weird if I’m a female protagonist and have a female love interest, like in Mass Effect. I guess I feel more connected to the protagonist if the protagonist was female.
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But all in all, it just comes down to me being super particular/having personal gaming preferences haha :)
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#samurai #kabuto #japanese culture #ancient japan #design #vector #digital art
Kabuto + Mengu
A side project led me to explore Samurai helmets and facial armour, and I loved creating these pieces that were filled with rich history.
Keri Russell is fantastic. She gave me a lasting impression when I saw her in Mission: Impossible III and I wondered for the longest time when she would be back in a kick ass role.
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#the americans #keri russell #kgb
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#video game #bubble bobble #wedding invitation #save the date #video game wedding #pixel art #32-bit #18-bit #8-bit #geek #pixel #design #gamer #digital art
Redesign - “Save the Date” video game theme invitation
My cousin Melissa mentioned to me that a video game/board game theme was her Plan B and entertained the thought as to what that would visually look like. So as a fellow GeekGirl and just wanting to get creative, I redesigned her “Save the Date” invitation that was inspired by the opening story screen from “Bubble Bobble”. Also featuring are their two beloved cats, Harley and Quinn.
As of Day 115, I will be discontinuing the Laugh Track project, mainly because I don’t feel challenged anymore. During the start of the project, I loved the distinct physical features the characters had, so I could create their bodies with different sized shapes. But as I continued, a lot of the character ended up having the same tall, slender body and I found myself copying and pasting, rather than creating each character.
I wanted to thank everyone that watched and showed their support. I’m sad to be discontinuing this project, but more disappointed in myself that I was posting art I didn’t necessarily have my entire heart set into, and my main intention is to do the best work I can for everyone.
But fear not - I will continue to showcase my creativity so stay turned!
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