Stardew Valley Art Dump Part 1!!!!! After cleaning up my art folder I realized I had so much SV art I never posted so here are a few!!! I kinda wanna finish a few of them ;o; The pics have their own captions for what I was thinking when I was drawing them! Please excuse me if I accidently repost any drawings without knowing :8
Okay, I noticed something interesting while poking around in the dialogue files for Stardew Valley.
Jodi and Kent got married young, as indicated by Jodi saying
she “hardly got a taste of youth and freedom”, and stating that she and Kent “kind
of rushed into [their] marriage, with Kent being a soldier.” That second bit of
dialogue implies that Kent was serving in the military before they got married (or planning to enlist very soon),
which is odd, because Sam’s dialogue mentions his “dad used to work as a
garbage man in the city.”
This could just be a continuity error in the dialogue, but it
could also mean that Jodi and Kent had Sam before they got married? It does kind of make sense, since there appears to be a significant age gap between Sam and Vincent, and it would be another factor that would lead to them rushing into marriage.
I mean, I guess Sam could also be talking about the job his dad had prior to him being born, but it seems like an odd thing to mention if it happened before his parents even got married.
Set in Tasmania in 1825, “The Nightingale” follows a 21-year-old Irish female convict who witnesses the brutal murder of her husband and baby by her soldier master and his cronies. Unable to find justice, she takes an Aboriginal male tracker with her through the hellish wilderness to seek revenge on the men.
National City’s aliens are going on strike, while Cat and Kara take a trip to Metropolis. Maggie finds out her fate at the hands of the DEO and NCPD, while Alex deals with her feelings. When her loyalties are questioned, Lucy has to decide whether she steps up. M’gann believes her story ends here, now J’onn knows the truth. Is she right?
To see even more doodles, follow @mrdoodle on Instagram.
Cars, a microwave, bread — these are all items that professional doodler Sam Cox (@mrdoodle) has used as a canvas. In other words, nothing is safe from a doodle: “As long as it’s got a clear, blank surface, then I’ll draw on it,” says the 23-year-old from Kent, England. Sam regularly works at his craft as a freelance artist for 14 hours per day, during which time he runs through two pens. In addition, he fills a 100-page sketchbook with doodles every two weeks. “I want to take the whole idea of me living in a doodled world as far as I can,” he says. “Ultimately, it’d be amazing to have a whole town of doodles.”
Every time I read about a writer or filmmaker or any other person in a storytelling medium complain: “It’s so hard to write good guys. They’re so boring!” I feel the need to smack them upside the head with the following examples:
Benton Fraser and Ray Kowalski
(Ray only pretends to be a ‘bad boy’ but he’s actually a GIANT DORK WHO NEEDS ALL THE LOVE)
T’challa (Look, he had so many minutes of screentime in Civil War but we already know he’s a good man and a BAMF)
Bucky Barnes - was never a ‘bad boy’. He’d been a good friend, a good soldier and a good man that HYDRA took and tried to break. They never quite succeeded because they needed a goddamn Steve Rogers lookalike to tell him he was doing the “right” thing.
James T. Kirk, Leonard McCoy and Spock (ToS and the Kelvin Timelines)
If you tell me you can’t write a “good guy” because you think “good guys are boring” then you’re a fucking hack who can’t write for shit.