Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
Sometimes when I'm browsing the internet, I feel like Scrooge McDuck diving in his gold vault... only not as happy.
One of my side jobs is being a nude model for the art institutions around town. I happened to model last year for the guy who did the cover for Dead Space II.
I just found out he used my pose for the cover. So, yeah... that's me on the cover, more or less.
Tell me I'm not the only one completely stoked for this.
Is anyone doing the four-day challenge?
How much you want to bet Hideo does some sort of pseudo-historical thing with the series timeline?
We're doing our first shoot Sunday the 31st. It came together very quickly this week when we found an abandoned bar that we want to shoot in. However, the place is only available until the 1st, when they give the lease to someone else who will inevitably clean up all the wonderful dust and broken glass and what not that we need for our shoot.
In any case, I got word to the crew and director, expedited the costume that our actress needs, gave the go ahead to start developing the shooting version of the scene as well as storyboards, etc. etc.
I'm building a dolly for our use, shouldn't take me more than a day with my dad's help. I'm also getting the money needed to rent the place and I'm pulling in partnerships with local companies to grab their insurance for the shoot.
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
I was only somewhat surprised to see that my review of this game is one of the more negative ones on the net: SOTN was heralded as a work of genius when it came out and is still considered so by many.
But read my take on things, see what you think.
Combat system I like a lot. Yes, it's a lot like KOTOR, but I feel like the fat has been cut off the abilities. Actually, much of the game so far appeals to me.
My one gripe is an aesthetic one. The voices of the characters just don't seem to match the models. Anyone else notice this? I think it's because most of the body models are the same with just different heads mounted on them, so old men with scratchy beards and hoarse voices stand as straight as youths and have the lung capacity to speak more... less... old...
But it's also the stiffness of the animations and lip movements and the surprisingly poor textures.
EDIT: This just in. Dragon Age females have massive camel toe.