Sometimes, during my relax time, I like to make fake screenshots, and use it as a motivation and exercise in game designing.

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Saturday, September 6, 2014

"Assuming that this is all that the goat can do, Yavei hired the goat to live in Ryahno’s room; To maintain her home, and make tea for her."

"The plants in Ryahno’s room was most likely planted by Bueh."

"I seriously need to practice more on drawing interior layout. So many mistakes." 

Mustache Clock!

 - notes on how Bueh came to exsistance. 20140905

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Thursday, September 4, 2014

CherChen, an amazing artist. And looks cool in clean vector art! 
deviantArt | tumblr |  twitter | Twitch

I have my very own Zenny mart opened up on Society 6! Check it out when you have the time! :D

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

The timeline progress of Pencils and Erasers

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For those who are interested, here are a few quick facts about the progress of making PnE.

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Monday, September 1, 2014

Theif’s Gold - part 3

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Quietly, gently, and slowly, Ryahno practices her movements of TaiJi. With her eyes closed, standing on a limited space of a erected rock, high in the mountains, she adjust her movements with the flow of the wind and clouds passing by her. Her movements were much more slower than how normal people would practice TaiJi, but she was steadier than ever.

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Sunday, August 31, 2014
Saturday, August 30, 2014

She likes to carve stuff. 

I don’t like to make my character designs as fancy as how HiRez design their game characters. So I understand if my version of Ananke comes off as a bit plain when compared to the SMITE characters. I honestly just don’t think we need so many unnecessary accessories. Especially when Ananke isn’t a person who believes that she needs any to begin with.

I remembering a small note I made about Ananke’s design: 

"The hair represents our thoughts that extend from our heads. Our thoughts determines our actions, and thus form our fate. We choose our own fate. When we receive a situation, we can choose how we act, react, and think. We are often too caught up with our old habits, and thus unable to break out of our ‘miserable lives’."

 
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