A barbarian girl, kind of.
Work is easing down, there is just a fire fighting from now until the release of the Vessel.
Which is in 2 weeks to the day.
Final days of testing, crashfixing and catching those annoying tedious art bugs that escaped our arttention so far :)
We got our own steam store page set up and running:
And it is all happening.
Fuck it has been 21 months since I did first texture for that game.
I am seriously moved.
It is kind of like releasing your child into the world for the first time, but more intense.
On another note, there is so much of the normal life I am to catch up on.
Like getting out of the house and being touched by the sunlight.
Walking. These weak muscles need some juice put back into them or else I will remain forever a walking stomach with sticks for arms and legs.
Also catching up on all the TV I missed.
Spartacus, Walking Dead, Justified, Raising hope.
I hope they do not shut down internet by then.
Australia is a fucking backward place when it comes to TV, completely forsaken by the distributors of any good tv entertainment.
Best shows these days are fucking Bargain hunt, where people go and buy junk and try to sell it at an auction for a profit, Cool rednecks catching alligators and a bunch of fucking looser repo men taking stuff from fucking looser deadbeat fuckers who understand a concept of taking the loan and purchasing stuff they like, but somehow miss on the part where they are supposed to make payments on their loan and in the end find it hard to part with property which does not belong to them anyhow.
Top of the crop is the one about those two guys going through the barns full of junk trying to score a vintage oil can or a rusted out piece of shit bicycle.
I actually enjoy watching that.
Fuck I am old, when did that happen?
Good thing about those shows is that I can do my work and watch them in the background at the same time.
Reno 911 is the best comedy they show these days, but they show it at 1.30 in the morning, which fits awesome with my schedule and supplies 30 minutes of unwinding before I go to bed.
Anyhow, that's all for now and here is the sketch,
Till next time,