service ideas


I decided to become an artist when I was about your age. I liked to draw so much, I almost hated to go to bed. And then one day, all of a sudden, I couldn’t draw anything. Everything I drew, I didn’t like. I realized that my art up to then was a copy of someone else, things I had seen somewhere. I decided I had to discover my own style. It’s still difficult. But then, the results… They seem to be a little better than before. It’s nice to be a witch, isn’t it? I like the idea - to be a witch, to be an artist, to be a baker… It’s an energy bestowed by the gods or someone, right? Though thanks to it, we do have to suffer at times.


Isak and Even + Kosegruppa

  • me: okay maybe i can just make this a little AU, just change one little thing in canon
  • me @ me: no you gotta make it a BIG AU, change everything to revolve around your idea, GO BIG OR GO HOME

That game companies should treat their non-white (and often otherwise marginalised) characters with the same level of attention to detail, accuracy, quality control and consistency as their white characters is an expectation that should go without saying.

Otherwise a game company is just paying lip service to the idea of diversity: They want to be seen as being progressive without actually doing the work that comes with it.

This includes actually hiring diverse people as programmers, writers, voice actors, artists, testers etc.