I’m redrawing the horror RPG games drawing I did a year ago~ Here a sample of the sketch with the characters of the first line, I think I improved a lot uvu I’ll also add more games to the new version.
Sample 1: “Haha, you’re mad, are you? With those eyes… It’s fine…you’re so cute…I just love it… You can be more and more mad. You can resist all you want, you can even push me over. But. No matter how hard you try - you won’t be able to defeat me”
Sample 2: “I’ve been telling you countless times. You don’t need to hide it. Afterall, you’re going against us, the starters of your desires. Why are you being so hesitant? Just let go of your rationality. Morals are like shit now.”
Sample 3: “Don’t forget this. You were the one that dived into here. I’ll love you from one side to the other thoroughly. Bitch-chan….? Now…the night’s about to start…”
Please Oh Please Save me from myself And all the incarnations of me That might appear Save me from them From her And all her wild ways You may see her wandering the streets of London Or sitting at the bottom of a whiskey bottle Or living in the chords of a guitar Being played at a pub down the way She may be wearing a hat Or scarf Or running naked through a field full of wildflowers As the sun rises against the warming sky Save me from me From all the parts of me That dance through the world You may see her Flying to the moon Walking toward the horizon Sinking with the sunset Dancing through the stars Stop that mad girl From catching fire As she lets the sun hold her in its arms Save that girl trapped in the mirror Whose green eyes Mirror my own Whose blonde hair flows in the summer breeze And lives amongst the willow trees Save yourselves And her And Me.
WE LOVE ‘HER’ ACTRESS OLIVIA WILDE: 5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD, TOO
It seems odd to call one of the biggest celebrities in Hollywood underrated, but Olivia Wilde is exactly that. The actress, currently co-starring in Her, is a frequent face in the tabloids and one-half of the coolest couple ever, and yet she’s better known for her wedding plans than for her personality, her passions, and her talent as an actor. This is a real shame, because Wilde is one of the coolest women we (wish we) know — five reasons why she’s kind of the best:
1. SHE’S A FANTASTIC ACTRESS
Those of you who only know Wilde from The O.C. or the TRON movies might not realize that Wilde is actually a hugely talented actress. House fans have known that Wilde, who played Thirteen, can act for years, but for those unfamiliar with the medical drama, Olivia Wilde: Serious Actress could be hard to comprehend. Yet if you watch any of the four (!) movies Wilde appeared in during 2013, you’ll see that the actress is capable of major talent. Whether it was her role as a confused, complicated beer brewer in Drinking Buddies or her turn as an insecure, maddening blind date in Her, Wilde knocked it out of the park with her performances last year and proved she’s a talent to watch.
2. SHE’S HILARIOUS
Type this in your browser: Twitter.com/OliviaWilde. You’re welcome. Wilde, with over a million followers, is one of the funniest, smartest, and all-around best people to follow on Twitter. Sample tweet:
@OliviaWilde: Mad Libs has a “play by yourself” option which is the saddest thing that has ever happened.
We can’t attest for her non-Twitter humor, of course, but it if her thousands of tweets are to judge, Wilde is probably just as witty in real life as she is on the Internet.
3. SHE’S A FEMINIST
Because being gorgeous, funny, and talented aren’t enough, Wilde is also an outspoken, passionate feminist. In interviews, she doesn’t shy away from identifying as a feminist and voicing her views on women’s rights, and in October, she wrote an editorial for Glamour on turning 30 that’s basically a giant “fuck you” to Hollywood’s perceptions of what women should be like. In a time when some of the biggest celebrities refuse to call themselves feminists for fear of losing fans, Wilde’s feminism is particularly awesome.
4. SHE GIVES BACK IN A HUGE WAY
Wilde’s philanthropy and activism cover a range of worthy causes, from the conversation of the environment to the protection of free speech, but some of her most prominent work is her involvement with Half the Sky. The movement, begun by New York Times’ columnist Nicholas Kristof, works to end female oppression worldwide. Wilde has travelled the globe with the organization, visiting places like Kenya and Haiti to help women and girls in need.
5. SHE’S HONEST
The thing we love most about Wilde is actually the simplest: her honesty. The actress, through, Twitter, interviews, and speeches, has proven again and again that she’s one of the most candid stars in Hollywood. Example: at a Glamour-hosted event in 2012 in which she spoke about her relationships, Wilde said that the end of her marriage was when her “vagina died” and that “there’s no reason to sacrifice your womanhood and femininity for some sort of weird feeling of responsibility to something that may not be right.” Amen.