Episode 40: Cross-Realm, Cross-Faction, and Cross-Everything RP
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This week, they talk all about cross-realm, cross-faction, and cross-everything role play. From the technical aspects of engaging in these types of role play to all of the things you should know about them, our hosts have you covered. We hear from community members who utilized cross-realm and cross-faction role play in their creative writing environments and discuss the benefits and challenges of each type of role play.
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This is probably the last you’ll see of me for a while because I just started my third term at Art Center and the homework is already piling on haha. Here is my main portfolio project that I did over my summer break, redesigning Little Red Riding Hood.
I placed the story within the culture of the Hopi Indian tribe and their villages in the Arizona desert. My design inspiration came from the tribe’s art, in particular their Kachina dolls which are the spirits that rule over various aspects of the tribe’s life. This can be seen particularly in the designs for the Wolf and Huntsman.
I had a lot of fun with this project especially in the research phase, learning about the Hopi Indians and their culture.
New painting in the Zelda Open World series! This is what I think Kakariko Village could look. It probably won’t be like this in the game, but I think it’d be cool if they did it - since running on those rooftops and scaling the buildings would be so much fun :D
Some of Ron Cobb’s concept art for Alien (1979). Among other duties in the art department, Cobb contributed to the look and feel of technology in the Alien universe, designed the “Semiotic Standard” for signs in interstellar spacecraft, and illustrated the Xenomorph birthing chambers from Dan O'Bannon’s original screenplay.