FOND MEMORIES OF PUBLIC TRANSIT, digital art, 2014.
I haven’t been on a train in what feels like a SUPER long stretch of time (over a month!) after having ridden it into the loop area every weekday for four years or so, and I’ve come to the conclusion that I MISS IT A LOT
This is to you, chicago public transit. ;___;
I didn’t have TV really the era it was airing, but I saw about half an episode in the background of someone else’s tv, and from that I recall two things: they had a three eyed blobby dog-thing as the team pet, and one of the teen characters mutated into a giant ball of fuzz because of reasons.
remember when the movie Evolution ended with the protagonists discovering selenium is toxic to the aliens so they load an entire firetruck with Head & Shoulders shampoo and flooded this kaiju-sized tumor monster’s anus with it so that it exploded and died
Draw a character sacrificing a goat to the dark lord Kruzusafix, and it crushing most of Detroit under its horrible, heaving form, flooding the streets with outpourings of unholy pus. Well, I assume dark lord Kruzusafix exudes pus. What does the dark lord Kruzusafix look like? Design it in all its terrifying demonic glory! Perhaps some minions and cultists for good measure.
But in seriousness, there’s no definite cure for artist block! You basically have to force yourself to overcome it by drawing literally anything until you get back into the groove. If I’m stumped, I often default to drawings responses to asks or requests, looking at lists of prompts, or using shindan to generate goofy scenarios to draw my characters in. So maybe something like that can help!
Even if you don’t have a block, making an effort to draw every day is pretty vital if you’re hoping to have art/animation as a career; I’m no stranger to procrastination, but even when avoiding things I should be drawing, I still draw other things so that I don’t get rusty in the times between! :O
theo never wears anything other than black sweaters unless cece basically forces him to
based on this post
idea: a t-shirt that says “please do not touch the art”
I made a tooth fairy.
Grave, “an open-world, surrealist survival horror experience where light is your only weapon in a constantly changing reality.” As it’s described, Grave is a survival horror made with the goal to allow players to explore the world in the way that best suits their own tastes. They have described the elements populating the world as having “multiple ways to interact with them” to allow bold adventurers to run off into the night and face the creatures face to face, and cautious survivalists to hole up in bunkers at night to wait out the monster onslaught. The developers describe their world as Dali-inspired, and explain that it physically transforms overnight to make every day a unique experience. Your character is never equipped with a gun or melee weapon, instead having to rely on flashlights, matches, gasoline, and firecrackers to combat the light and sound-sensitive monsters populating the world. Ripples in the landscape create misplaced patches of city, forest, oasis, or spawn strange artifacts. The story is described as procedural, leaving the player to explore the world to gather clues to what exactly is going on while they forage for supplies to survive.
They’re only about 1/6th of the way to full funding with 19 days left to go, a pledge as low as $10 can get you a copy of the game’s story mode, it could be worth checking out if you like horror games.
To all of my followers that are fans of horror games!
This looks cool - and it’s mac/linux/windows to boot.
You can get a digital version of the game for $10 still, so hop on it.