Portrait of a Mantis
Another fun little portrait, this time a variant I may use for one of my profile pages.
Some proof-of-concept sprites for A Prince Rescue Game (working title, I’ll pick something better later.) Maybe one day a game will be made where a girl protagonist saves the boy… here’s hoping! Even if someone makes a game like this before me I still want to go through with this because the world needs more of it. Boys have plenty of game characters to choose from but there aren’t many girl protagonists. I decided to make the character funny as well as powerful, like all my favorite platform heros. I based the design off of some “fake game maps” I made a couple months ago.
UPDATE: I PLAN TO MAKE EVEN MORE SPRITES FOR THIS GAME, EVEN IF IT NEVER GETS MADE.
does this happen to anyone else cos it hAPPENS TO ME A LOT
Oh my god! A truer story has never been told! ;___;
I lied, but only a little.
I forgot. There was one non-book/paper item that did get a little battered by yesterday morning’s events: My once brand new Sci-Mundi Terminal [ Maxwell & Gauss Ltd. Model-3b]. It was a graduation gift from my parents, in hopes that I would be able to keep a steady stream of correspondence. That is something that I am not adept at nor keen to do, but I love them both dearly, so I hope that these journal entries act as a surrogate record.
Another important function of this emancipating device is granting me access to all the currently stored bodies of information from any primary hub. I have also been assured that this cornucopia of knowledge, according to the promotional text on my invoice, is ‘Vast indeed!’. So far, the current hub I subscribe to, Sophia Central, has proven very fruitful and surprisingly efficient.
The device however does require a data line to dial into the hub, so I just needed to negotiate a slight adjustment with my landlord. I’ve effectively leased their store line from closing [9pm] until 3am. I would have liked to have it longer, but the owner said he needed the line open for keeping track of incoming morning shipments. Fair enough. I think I have done a decent job of running a wire down one of the vents and then hitchhiking a connection at the switchboard.
Aside from a big dent she thankfully seems to be in working order with nothing jiggling on the inside. The right hand keys strokes sound louder and there’s more resistance, but the display matrix remains thankfully unharmed. A picture is indeed worth a thousand words, if not more, especially when it’s a research relevant diagram.
Hopefully will be upping the post frequency :3 ~