{{I was going to do this for Throwback Thursday but since I was busy I totally forgot. So let’s just call this Flashback Friday :0!!

These are the original drawings I did of Maxwell (late 2013 - mid 2014). The top one was the very first concept done about a year ago after I evolved him in my Y game. His personality hasn’t changed much, but I wanted to hone my art skills a bit before I opened up the blog. Glad I did too cause his colors were a MESS back then @___@}}

Don't Starve Timeline

Source:  http://forums.kleientertainment.com/topic/40533-will-there-be-anything-more-for-puzzlesbackstory-after-intermission/page-2

The canonical timeline of the DS universe goes something like this…

1890s - 1906: William Carter origin story
1906: William and Charlie enter the DS world. 
1906 - 1910ish: Some crazy stuff happens that we haven’t told you about yet…. 
1910ish - 1921: The various playable characters get pulled into the DS world.
1921: Wilson gets pulled in (Forbidden Knowlege trailer).
?: Wilson lives in DSworld for a while. Dies a lot, eventually finds Maxwell’s door and confronts Maxwell
?: Wilson replaces Maxwell on the Nightmare Throne, Maxwell becomes Waxwell.

?: Some other crazy stuff happens that we haven’t told you about yet…. 

?: The DST plotline begins.

I would be very interested to know what some of that “crazy stuff” is that happens right after Maxwell and Charlie get sucked into the DS world.

This Woman's Work
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  • MTV Unplugged

Endless List of Favorite Songs

Maxwell “This Woman’s Work”

I know you have a little life in you yet give me your hand I know you have a lot of strength left

I should be crying but I just can’t let it show, baby I should be hopin’ but I can’t stop thinkin’ of all the things we should’ve said that we never said all the things we should’ve done that we never did all the things that you wanted from me all the things that you needed from me all the things I should’ve given but I didn’t

Oh, darling, make it go away, just make it go away….”




Jan 25, 2000 “Voodoo” D’ANGELO "It must have been difficult to match his debut (and the frequent delays prove it was on his mind), but Voodoo is just as rewarding a soul album as D’Angelo's first.”

Nov 21, 2000  “Mama’s Gun” ERYKAH BADU "Badu returned with Mama’s Gun, which is a turning point for her in many ways. Gone are the cryptic “Baduizms” that glossed all over her first release, replaced with a more honestly raw Badu singing directly from her heart rather than her head.”

Aug 14, 2001 “Now” MAXWELL   “Now is more song-centric than his previous releases, barring possibly his debut, but this is still well-crafted mood music in which the overall seductive sound matters more than what he’s saying specifically.”

Aug 31, 2004 “Beautifully Human: Words And Sounds Vol 2” JILL SCOTT "Ultimately, Beautifully Human is an even stronger recording than its predecessor. It’s seamless in its construction, unlittered in its production, honestly and elegantly articulated in its poetic soul, and utterly intoxicating in its groove consciousness.”

** Notes from www.allmusic.com