Holy crap! I think this is the cheapest I’ve ever seen RPG Maker!

If you have a story to tell and you want to easily tell it in the form of a game, this is the way you do it! RPG Maker is a great way to get into making games and learning what works and what doesn’t when it comes to game story and pacing. This sale also includes lots of resources for making art and stuff, and RPG Maker has a vibrant community that contributes lots of other resources as well!

If I didn’t personally prefer to take the (unnecessarily) hard way and make my own genre frameworks, I would jump on this in a heartbeat!

This is what I drew coming back from one SERIOUSLY amazing sushi restaurant in Tokyo. i came back happy,full and defeated. I thought I knew what fresh fish was once. One of the nigiri I drew in this illustration is still haunting my dreams. I wasn’t prepared for it. I’ll never be ready for it. My pride is shattered.

you CAN GET THIS PRINT together with MEMENTO BENTO in a Limited Edition bundle of happiness —> MAIS2.BIGCARTEL.COM 

Here's The Xenoblade Chronicles X Wii U Bundle Boxart For Japan

Here’s The Xenoblade Chronicles X Wii U Bundle Boxart For Japan

The Japanese will be getting a special Xenoblade Chronicles X Wii U Bundle at launch and we’ve got some images of it. We’ve yet to get a release date for the game, but we already know that it’s currently in the final stages of development. Hopefully this bundle will reignite Wii U sales in Japan where it has been struggling. The Japanese like a good RPG and this one should hopefully deliver.


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Make Your Own Smudge Stick!

Smudging is a great way to cleanse a sacred space, and most people use smudge sticks made of sweetgrass and/or sage for this purpose. Although they are available commercially — and are fairly inexpensive — it’s easy to make your own if you’ve got herbs growing in your garden, or if there’s a place nearby where you can go wildcrafting.

You’ll need:

  • Scissors or garden clippers
  • Cotton string
  • Plants such as sage, mugwort, rosemary, lavender, or juniper
  1. Cut off pieces of the plants in lengths about 6 - 10 inches long. For more leafy plants, you can make the pieces shorter, but you may want to use a longer piece for a plant that has fewer leaves.
  2. Cut a length of string about five feet long. 
  3. Put several branches together so that the cut ends are all together, and the leafy ends are all together. 
  4. Wind the string tightly around the stems of the bundle, leaving two inches of loose string where you began. 
  5. Wrap the remaining length of string around the base of the branches several times to secure it. 
  6. Then, gradually, work your way along the length of branches until you reach the leafy end. Return the string back up to the stems, creating a bit of a criss-cross pattern. 
  7. You’ll want to wind the string tightly enough that nothing gets loose, but not so tight that it cuts off pieces of the plants.
  8. When you get back to the stems, tie the remainder of the string to the 2” loose piece you left at the beginning. 
  9. Trim off any excess pieces so that the ends of your smudge stick are even.
  10. Place the bundle outside or hang it up for drying. Depending on what type of herb you used, and how humid your weather is, it may take a couple of days or as much as a week to dry out. When your sticks are dry, you can burn them in ritual for smudging by lighting one end.

Safety tip: Some plants may have toxic fumes. Do not burn a plant unless you know it is safe to do so.

*******This is not my original, originally By Patti Wigington*******


Hey people,

This is a short announcement!
On monday I will begin posting strips from a webcomic I’m working on, which means that every monday from now on you can expect to see a new strip on my art blog.

I’ll see how far I’m going to take this, and I would love to hear constructive criticism and/or suggestions for changes/improvements.


I was gonna wait until tmorow to drop these to launch the reopening in of my store- but you know what? I’m not.
PJ art bundles are now available in my store!!!!
www.pjackson.bigcartel.com, or click the link at the top of my page… Limited to 50…..
My shop will have items added to it in the next couple of weeks - got a couple of things coming that I’m finding hard to keep quiet on, I’m really excited…
#bundle #store #pauljackson #art #artist #prints #illustrator #illustration