As a lovely surprise, my brother got me Orcs Must Die 3 for my birthday. The result? That new crowd that loved our co-op videos can now get more of it. I’m slowly working with him to get footage, and uploading it as able. So do stick around for those!
Well, from seeing all those shows on TV, I never thought I’d see this happen. I got stuck inside when the doors failed to open on the second floor. Then the emergency key wasn’t inside, and the emergency info led to the campus security.
So my sister and I were stuck there for about 30-40 minutes until they got it open. The fire department were the ones who ultimate had to force the doors open. At least we weren’t stuck halfway or something.
More Skype doodles when talking to my sister. This conversation revolved around her being annoyed how something very abstract could be counted as art. I jokingly told her I could make an abstract art about monsters going “XD”. This was the final result.
It’s about the 2nd week of classes here at ETSU, and I’m finding that I’m talking to my sister a lot more. Specifically online with Skype; even talking to my brother and sometimes my Mom. It’s been a real interesting experience.
I don’t know when or where it happened, but I got into the habit of trying to sometimes draw my sister’s colloquialisms that she’d mention. One of these was her complaining how she didn’t want to eat squash curry, saying how it was “looking back at her”. My mind got into work and produced this image.
One evening while I was at my apartment, I decided to have a chat with my sister on Skype, listening to her trying to write some fiction. Some villainous character of hers was supposed to make a resurgence but it was failing spectacularly. He was made akin to the “Phoenix”, as he was supposed to make such a comeback having been defeated.
As you can see my mind sometimes goes off in different directions. I visualized this occurrence as such, and sent the doodle over. I don’t recall how exactly it was received, but the effort was noted, nonetheless.