In fact the first rule, or law, is that if you post dumb stuff on the web then we can point out how stupid it is.
I worked 8:31 hrs on this, working so much on a piece feels cheating, mostly since it gives out a disconnect with all my previous "works".
I used Colors! 3D on my 3DS.
Someone on the Something Awful forum requested a drawing of Peter Moore (one of the Sega executives who took the decision to kill the Dreamcast) strangling a Koala with a Dreamcast Controller. Here it is.
No Peter Moores were harmed while making this drawing.
"You did a good enough job that I love it, but I can't vouch for you getting more money because I am only a free-lance consultant, so I will officially ask the management that you get more work instead."
And nothing, I simply had this on my head from a past job.
Alec Guinnes (the original Obi-Wan Kenobi) once said:
A refurbished Star Wars is on somewhere or everywhere. I have no intention of revisiting any galaxy. I shrivel inside each time it is mentioned. Twenty years ago, when the film was first shown, it had a freshness, also a sense of moral good and fun. Then I began to be uneasy at the influence it might be having.
The first bad penny dropped in San Francisco when a sweet-faced boy of twelve told me proudly that he had seen Star Wars over a hundred times. His elegant mother nodded with approval. Looking into the boy's eyes I thought I detected little star-shells of madness beginning to form and I guessed that one day they would explode.
'I would love you to do something for me,' I said.
'Anything! Anything!' the boy said rapturously.
'You won't like what I'm going to ask you to do,' I said.
'Anything, sir, anything!'
'Well,' I said, 'do you think you could promise never to see Star Wars again?'
He burst into tears. His mother drew herself up to an immense height. 'What a dreadful thing to say to a child!' she barked, and dragged the poor kid away. Maybe she was right but I just hope the lad, now in his thirties, is not living in a fantasy world of secondhand, childish banalities.
After the introduction of Facebook Timeline I decided I don't need a blog anymore, so I am moving my stuff to various places.
- The funny stuff and diary stuff you found here: on facebook.
- Articles: well, I will post them on my google site for drawings.
- Old drawings: again, facebook or google+, but only the best of them, and not my old sketches.
Other relevant content:
My MSX Programming diary