Hey, are you listening to any other podcasts ? If so could you recommend me any? (I already tried Alice isn't dead but I couldn't get into it and waiting twice a month for wtnv is too much)
I am listening to far too many other podcasts in all honesty, and am more than happy to recommend some!
There is a tab on this blog with a (/cough/ incomplete /cough/) list of podcasts that I am listening to, though that is just a mess of all sorts of genres. I’ll recommend some of the fictional, more WTNV-esque podcasts here!
EOS 10 The adventures of misguided individuals in space with added arguments. A really great podcast that I keep meaning to relisten to, as the characters are so genuine with their flaws. Warning on addictions.
SAYER SAYER is an intelligent, morally questionable AI that has been tasked with keeping a space-based human colony up and running. They are alarmingly good at their job, no matter the cost.
The Adventure Zone Funny, heartfelt Dungeons and Dragons podcast from the Mcelroys. The first few episodes are the usual D&D sort of fair, but it gets incredibly good once the Dungeon Master kicks in with his own storylines!
Thrilling Adventure Hour Had a crossover episode with WTNV. Live performances done in the style of old timey radio shows with several recurring series, such as a sheriff on Mars and two married mediums who are fond of a drink or two.
Wolf 359 Influenced by Welcome to Night Vale, which is evident in some of the early writing, but really comes into it’s own in terms of both characters and plot. Starts off as the humorous mistakes of a ragtag crew in space, and suddenly gets extremely storydriven in the best way.
Happiness used to be the ache in his bones after a hard day of training. It was the satisfaction he felt despite the pain - the pride he had in his willpower to push through despite how much his body wanted to quit. Happiness used to be the strange thrill that came from blood trickling hot over his split knuckles - from knowing that another monster was dead and he was alive. Gradually, he needed stronger foes and harder fights in order to feel anything. But he stopped feeling any satisfaction. He stopped feeling the pain and the blood. Then he stopped feeling alive.
tutorial? My advise is – use references! All those hands were drawn
from the references, photos and life. There’s also loads of useful
tutorials on drawing hands that explain how hands work. It’s your job
to understand the anatomy and find a way of constructing hands that’s
easy for you. And thank you! :)
CLC Sorn explaining how she pitched ideas for their Hobgoblin comeback using a PowerPoint presentation.
*When other groups are given the privilege to give input and direction for a comeback, they typically use vision boards or PPT presentations as well. It takes a whole lot of convincing from the company to allow the artists to use their ideas, so I thought you might like to see what is shown. (male idols spend a lot of time asking for certain haircuts lmao)
During the presentation she explained in detail the type of vibe they wanted to go for in order to successfully pull-off a dramatic concept change from cute to girl crush and enlisted Hyunas help to make it all happen. She explained how hard it is to get approval from a company for this type of freedom (especially as a rookie) and mentioned how her presentation only had a few slides, while Hyunas comeback presentation had over 100 slides. “I saw that and I was like, ‘Oh my god! Damn! We have to work hard. We have to worker harder.”
I saw Wonder Woman on opening night with my mom and sister, and when Hippolyta sends Diana off on the dock, and tells her that she has been her greatest love, and leaving her is her greatest sorrow… my mom held my hand and gave it a squeeze and honestly??? I was tearing up, because it was such a relatable emotion for us as mother and daughter, at this stage in my life where I’m not a kid anymore. And some movies can’t even manage to pass the Bechdel Test. This is the magic of women making films.