|—||Wheatley, Portal 2 (via stilliammemyself)|
Found some cute pink boots on google image search which are available on Amazon.com. Would probably go great with that pink dress I posted earlier. If only I were 60 pounds lighter, could stand to wear heels, and had anywhere to go ever that would give me an excuse to wear an outfit so cute.
So we lost another main anchor at work. The good news is we’ve also run out of Discrepancy Reports because I forgot to save one to photocopy. So I got to make a brand new template instead of using the ones the lead anchor made. They always drove me crazy because it was easy to get lost in the lines and accidentally write the wrong information in the wrong spot. The ones I drafted up condense the three lines repeating into two, so more information can fit on one page. And the lines are grouped together and spaced apart from each other now, so in theory it should be easier to see what line you’re writing on, leading to fewer instances of having to throw out the whole sheet after finding out half the information is in the wrong place and it’d be just too much of a clusterfuck to cross shit out and write it on the correct line.
Concept art of King Herald from my Deyanira story in his royal garb and with his jacket and gloves removed and his hair unslicked as he tries to work his way back up to his castle from the depths of the kingdom’s deepest caverns. Also, various attempts at five o’clock shadow since that journey probably takes a couple of days. Initially I considered giving him purple eyes since I like doing unusual hair and eye color combos, but I thought turquoise looked better for him.
So here’s a story prompt for yall; Wheatley comes back from space, tracks down Chell, and apologizes. Chell wants nothing to do with Wheatley and he agrees to stay out of her life, but gives her his number promising that she can call him to help her with anything for any reason at any time of the day, no questions asked. Naturally, this leads to one fateful night where Chell is forced to call upon him to help her get rid of a body (how she came upon this body is up to you). But Wheatley gets caught. And because he neither knows, nor is willing to tell the whole truth, it looks like their best hope is to get Wheatley convicted of manslaughter instead of murder so he’ll go to jail instead of getting the death penalty. But even that’s unlikely since he and Chell can’t come up with a decent story to explain his innocence, let alone stick to it. What happens next is up to you; Does Chell let Wheatley go to prison/the chair in her place? Does she confess what really happened and throw herself to the mercy of the court? Does she somehow find a way to get Wheatley off the hook? Does she break Wheatley out of jail and go on the run with him?
Portal 2 isn’t just a game its an emotional experience
The basics of eye shapes for writers.
ridiculous morning fluff ლ(ಥ﹏ಥლ)
For waifu because her art inspired me to draw this u v u
First footage of The Legend of Korra Video game by Platinum games
oh my god
The graphics look very well done, Korra actually looks like a 2d character and not just a cell-shaded cg model. The choice of game design however makes me sad. If it were an open-world story-driven adventure game like the Arkham games where you could just run around Republic city, beat up thugs(or ignore them if you want to concentrate on another mission) and learn how to use your bending to get around town or solve problems, and there were people you could interact with and get sidequests from and shit, I would be all over it. Running a linear path beating up thugs or running circles around an empty city looks like it would get old fast. Even if you like beat-em-ups I should hope this footage is really early beta, because it really does look kinda half-assed.
Like, the Naga section has you running around town and there are all these holes in the ground that are the exact same size and shape, that only span the width of the street and no further, so whatever caused these holes is doing no damage what-so-ever to the surrounding area. Also, why does Korra even need to jump those holes? Can’t she just earthbend a clean path? Also, no matter which direction you turn the width of the street never changes, there’s never any space between the buildings, and there’s dozens of cars that look exactly the same and haven no visible drivers. It just looks super fake and it’s obvious you’re going through an obstacle course that’s just been skinned to look like Republic city and you’re not actually in Republic city. You will find no recognizable landmarks from the show, or even landmarks within the game that stand out to you in any significant way, just walls and walls of generic featureless storefronts that don’t even have signs to indicate what type of businesses they are. And again, the city is COMPLETELY EMPTY, like the fucking rapture happened and Korra was the only one left behind. Also, what is she even running around for? Is it just to fill time whenever the story says Korra’s supposed to be going to a new location and you want to give players a break from beating up thugs? Wouldn’t it be much more interesting if she were chasing people, or being chased, and you had to use your bending to dodge attacks instead of just spending the entire section attempting not to destroy cars and smash your head into random copy-pasted scaffolding? Hell, what’d be more interesting than that even would again be if you did like Arkham and just let Korra walk around at her own pace and go to like, a ramen bar or an antique shop or just something and talk to people or listen to them talk amongst themselves. You know, things that would give the city some realism and identity.
this vine is better than all of paranormal activity
Because I needed to draw something before sleeping okay.