For something that cost a goddamn $125 million to make, one would think the Assassin’s Creed movie would actually follow an assassin on his past journeys. Instead, the filmmakers took the most boring and minor cutscenes of the games and made that 65 percent of the film. Audiences got two hours of Michael Fassbender wandering a grey techno dungeon in futuristic sweatpants, and the film flopped harder than a skydiving manatee. Seriously, who in the goddamn hell thought that focusing on the worst aspect of those games would draw crowds? That’s like making a GTA movie centered on the yoga minigames.
So why was this treachery ever allowed? It might have something to do with this.
I know this is a total crack ship but I’m suddenly really enjoying the idea of asano x isogai. like
- isogai teaching him politeness and how to save money
- they share leadership skills
- cooking together (I feel like they would love this?)
- both dressed! in suits!
- and that height difference lordy
I painted my favourite men with a Wacom Cintiq Pro that I bought yesterday. In my personal opinion, Cintiq is the best choice for inking(I was TREMENDOUSLY IMPRESSED). As you know I am shit at inking but Cintiq Pro enables me to draw an accurate lineart. I think I will be able to draw more comics with much less time spent on inking which I hated with passion before I tried Cintiq. This amazing pen display definitely worth 1300 USD if you draw a lot of comics. However, for painting, I still prefer using my good old Wacom Intuos 4 and EIZO ColorEdge 27 just because of its high definition, big display.