Late one night about a year-and-a-half ago my friend and I were discussing Skyward Sword’s new art style and I remember trying to figure out what the deal was with Link’s eyes. They weren’t quite Square Enix, but they were still decidedly non-Nintendo-y. Then I realized… Link has Disney eyes. And then this terrible “Photoshop” (probably actually MS Paint) ensued.
And that is why this Tumblr is titled “Probably a Bad Idea.”
Man, my nine-year-old computer is a gold mine. Made this in a Photoshop class I took in high school. Cookie Monster’s face still cracks me up.
In the continuing saga of Stupid Stuff I Barely Remember Making That I Keep Finding On Digital Storage Media From When I Was In High School, this is Link and the vice principal of my high school at a ball together. Censor bar added in later. He was actually a pretty decent VP, as I remember. Not Link. The other guy.
I had a dream this week in which a couple of kids were wearing T-shirts with these images on them. I think I spend too much time watching The Legend of Korra and being on the Internet…
Plus some of my favorite cosplays, a Marceline and Bubblegum that put my Marceline to shame, Inspector Spacetime! The Full group! AND WANG FIRE. WANG. FIRE. Wang Fire.
Fanimu was pretty awesome this year. Hung out with a bunch of my favorite dudes (even if they were ponies…), sold somethings, drank some things, saw some awful things, played some Silent Football, had an all around wonderful time!
The rest of my photos are on my flickr.
I’m the Inspector Spacetime smiling like a dork, haha. Thanks for taking our photo and appreciating us! (And, yes, that Wang Fire was AWESOME, I still can’t get over it.)
In honor of the end of the school year, I’d like to present a WIP picture of the last college paper I ever wrote, a study of “Antiphon (I)” by Renaissance poet George Herbert from his collection The Temple.
Fun fact: George Herbert was the rector of an English parish called Fugglestone St Peter. How rad of a name is that??
If Japan can have not one but two Tingle spin-off games, can the Anglophone world at least have The Legend of Groose?
(and maybe some other people??)
So my friends are getting me into this anime Sengoku Basara which is based on Sengoku-era Japan, and it’s about as historically accurate as the infamous giant enemy crab of Sony’s 2006 E3 press conference.
I decided to help them out on that front a little bit. (Genji 2, you’re on your own.)