Among the Sleep

Those fans of survival horror, Among the Sleep is definitely a game to keep your eyes on, especially since it will be like nothing one has played before. After all, the protagonist is a two year old child with his little teddy bear.

Description from Krillbite Studios’

Among The Sleep invites you into the mind and body of a two year old child. After being put to bed one evening, mysterious things start to happen.

Being played in first person, the game let its players immerse themselves in a child’s limitless imagination. This is a perspective we all have a distant familiarity with, but few can clearly remember what it felt like.

In the borderland between dream and reality, surreal creatures and diverse environments will present you with both physical and mental obstacles that challenge your creativity.

Among The Sleep is set for release on PC & MAC next year. 

More this.


Wait…seriously…is this legit?


geez that show and that family just keep surprising me.

(Source: based-gojira)





Until I saw this scene I didn’t realize that the end goal of all the villains this series was to create a world where the Avatar didn’t exist. Scary shit.

This and the last shot of the season showing Korra’s emotional state has me thinking that the internal conflict she’ll face in the last season is if the Avatar is even worth existing in the world anymore.

Poor thing ;_;

Also true. :(

So, it’s all a passive-aggressive take on people saying the series should have ended with the “Last Air-bender” and that “Korra” is kinda bad…

the queens death: not real

hero wheelchair bound and depressed: REAL

(Source: korranation)


The online review Digibro spreads awareness of just how much anime depends on sales from SO FEW people, how we take it for granted, and how there are so many behind-the-scenes business horror stories that I wasn’t even aware of!  Just be prepared for some really fast talking!

Watch it, for the sake of Digi’s broken foot! 

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I didn’t apply for CCS, but here is what I submitted to KCAD liiiiike 6 years ago? 7 years ago?? Wow these drawings are so old, don’t look at them for too long ok

I did four traditional drawings from life, practicing different mediums (Charcoal, graphite, colored pencil and a couple of those hands were ink) and different styles. They really liked that I did these drawings in my own time and that none of them were classwork. They also like that I practiced hands, they like to see an interest in figure drawing as well as still life, but it really depends on what you plan on majoring in. I also did a portrait from a deviantart stock photo in colored pencil, but I can’t find any pictures of that one!

I also submitted a few pieces that represented the general type of art that I was interested in making at the time, which, way back when, was vector traces. I also drew a lot a lot a lot of anime, but I left those out of my portfolio for fear I wouldn’t be taken seriously. I think that was a good choice.

Pretty much, when I decided I was ready to try out applying to art school, I buckled down and got to work. I didn’t consider pursuing art as a career until I was like 20, and I think it was good that I waited, because by the time I applied and enrolled I was pretty focused on what I wanted out of my education and career. I had never liked doing still lives in high school, but I remember doing these in preparation for something exciting, going to college, was really fun.

Most schools have portfolio guidelines on their websites, so I would check those out and try to prepare stuff that not only meets their guidelines, but kind of represents yourself and your interests.

I have a cold, and I’m pretty hopped up on dayquil so I hope this made sense and helped!