So far, so good! I haven’t played long, but I was hooked by the intro. The game seems like it is a bit linear, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The visuals are nice, and the game seems to be a mix of stealth and action. I like stealth games, so that works for me. I like story driven games and I like to take in the environment, so I don’t mind the moments when the action is slower. Of course I have a lot more to play, but I think it’s good so far.
I still haven’t played Bioshock 3. I never played the second game, so I guess i want to do that first. Actually, I’m not even sure if I need too. I need to get Dead Space 3 too. Other than that, I’m not even sure what games are coming up that look good. I haven’t really been paying attention.
I don’t normally buy games when they first come out. First, they are usually just too expensive. After a few months their prices normally drop, so I wait. And, new games almost always have bugs that need worked out when they are first released.
But, I’m itching for a new game, and so I bought the Last of Us. I hope it is as good as they are saying. I love post-apocalyptic stories.
This is a print of an acrylic painting I did of my cat, Paisley.
Game of Thrones: a show for those who can’t deal with the sunny optimism of The Walking Dead.— John Hayward (@Doc_0) June 3, 2013
In my restless dreams, I see that town.”
-In retrospect, I have to say that turned out to be a pretty good line, I wrote. Kinda classic.
Just a few friends dressed up as a roller coaster.
I just finished watching last night’s episode of Game of Thrones, and I’m still a little speechless. Even though I’ve read the books and knew what was coming, it is one of those scenes in a story that is haunting no matter how many times it runs through my head. Unfortunately, A Song of Ice and Fire has so many of those moments.
Native American Woman with Flowers and Feathers — Alphonse Mucha
Video games have some of the best music. I think I’m going to put together a list of some of my favorites, and share their videos here.
What are some of your favorites?
Tigers are one of my favorite animals, and I was so happy to see this guy so willing to have his portrait taken at the zoo. :)
~print available - https://www.etsy.com/listing/130028607/wildlife-photography-tiger-photo-8x10
Via Mercy Fusion
In our high speed world today, I think people undervalue the benefits of viewing art. I’m not just talking about quickly glancing at a picture, “liking” it, and then moving on to the next one. I’m talking about taking a few minutes to really view the piece; each line, the curves, the colors, the beauty. It is relaxing and pleasurable.
I have set up a separate tumblr blog that will be strictly for final images of my photography and artwork that will be available as prints. This way I can still post sketches and other random things here, and keep that page a little more organized.
There will be more photography on that page than what is typically posted here, so if you are interested in following, here is the link http://mercyfusion.tumblr.com/
I almost missed this shot. I was taking pictures of some budding leaves, and then noticed how pretty the curve was in the branch. As my eyes followed the branch, I found these little leaves all by themselves.