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It’s Tuesday again. That means evening streaming. Everyone’s welcome to join if they so wish.

I’m still open to new clients for commissions, as a heads up.

They need to make another Layton movie, stat

lupisashes:

unclekoopus:

lupisashes:

unclekoopus:

lupisashes:

unclekoopus:

Gawdangit, I just rewatched Eternal Diva, again. I still haven’t beaten Layton vs. Wright, but it’s such a fantastic series, I need to cry my eyes out at that stupid brilliant gentleman’s adventures so much more.

That movie was great. *nods* 

How is the game? I’ve been eyeing it for who-knows-how-long.

It’s fantastic! I’ve only gotten through the first few chapters, though. All the Layton games are masterpieces. My favorite is Unwound Future- as it’s known in the US. Have you played any of them, Lupi?

I’m not one for games, usually. But I’ve played the first Layton game (though I hadn’t finished it) and enjoyed it immensely. My brother’s recently let me borrow his DS so I’ve been meaning to start another game though I can’t think of the name of it off the top of my head. 

In general though puzzle games are my favourite ever. 

I don’t think I’ve seen the Unwound Future… What other ones are good? 

Aw, geez, they’re all fantastic. I’d suggest Last Spector/Spector’s Call as another fantastic one. It can be considered the very first as far as timelines go. Miracle Mask is really good as well, but that’s for the 3DS. But truly my favorite is Unwound Future/Lost Future, but to really appreciate that game you’d best play the first two, which are Curious Village and Diabolical Box/Pandora’s Box.

I think it was Pandora’s Box that I played. The name feels more familiar than the rest… 

I think it’s Miracle Mask that I have too… 

I’m totally gonna track them down on your rec, Koop. So I play Pandora’s and Curious first, what next? Unwound? Then what? 

Unwound is the end of the first trilogy. It’s called Lost Future in PAL regions though, I believe, as Diabolical Box is Pandora’s Box in PAL as well. That’s followed by Last Spector and I believe Miracle Mask follows that and then Azran Legacy finishes off the prequel trilogy.

They need to make another Layton movie, stat

lupisashes:

unclekoopus:

lupisashes:

unclekoopus:

Gawdangit, I just rewatched Eternal Diva, again. I still haven’t beaten Layton vs. Wright, but it’s such a fantastic series, I need to cry my eyes out at that stupid brilliant gentleman’s adventures so much more.

That movie was great. *nods* 

How is the game? I’ve been eyeing it for who-knows-how-long.

It’s fantastic! I’ve only gotten through the first few chapters, though. All the Layton games are masterpieces. My favorite is Unwound Future- as it’s known in the US. Have you played any of them, Lupi?

I’m not one for games, usually. But I’ve played the first Layton game (though I hadn’t finished it) and enjoyed it immensely. My brother’s recently let me borrow his DS so I’ve been meaning to start another game though I can’t think of the name of it off the top of my head. 

In general though puzzle games are my favourite ever. 

I don’t think I’ve seen the Unwound Future… What other ones are good? 

Aw, geez, they’re all fantastic. I’d suggest Last Spector/Spector’s Call as another fantastic one. It can be considered the very first as far as timelines go. Miracle Mask is really good as well, but that’s for the 3DS. But truly my favorite is Unwound Future/Lost Future, but to really appreciate that game you’d best play the first two, which are Curious Village and Diabolical Box/Pandora’s Box.

They need to make another Layton movie, stat

lupisashes:

unclekoopus:

Gawdangit, I just rewatched Eternal Diva, again. I still haven’t beaten Layton vs. Wright, but it’s such a fantastic series, I need to cry my eyes out at that stupid brilliant gentleman’s adventures so much more.

That movie was great. *nods* 

How is the game? I’ve been eyeing it for who-knows-how-long.

It’s fantastic! I’ve only gotten through the first few chapters, though. All the Layton games are masterpieces. My favorite is Unwound Future- as it’s known in the US. Have you played any of them, Lupi?

They need to make another Layton movie, stat

Gawdangit, I just rewatched Eternal Diva, again. I still haven’t beaten Layton vs. Wright, but it’s such a fantastic series, I need to cry my eyes out at that stupid brilliant gentleman’s adventures so much more.

calamitascorvus:

Short story shot…

I need commissions.
I have enough money to pay my rent for October, but will be a broke mofo in November.

My art isn’t expensive, I’m sure you’d find something you like.
More info is in the “Commission Listing” submission…
Any dollar is appreciated, signalboost if you have no money.

I need just 100 dollars a month..that’s nothing compared to what some people ask for..



1.Art types

3D Art

unposed model $25
posed model $30

Art

sketch ( headshot: $1.50 | bust: $2.50 | full body: $5)
lineart (headshot: $2.50| bust: $5 | full body: $10)
flat color ( headshot: $3.50 | bust: $7.50 | full body: $15)
shaded ( headshot: $2.50 | bust: $10 | full body: $20)
shaded with background ( headshot: $6 | bust: $12.50 | full body: $25)
fake screenshot ( headshot: $6 | bust: $12.50 | full body: $25)
painting ( headshot: 7.50$ | bust: 15$ | full body: $30)
comic no color $20
comic colored $30
ref sheet $25

Gadgets

icon still $5
icon animated $7
ID (same as chosen art style)
signature/banner $5
Flash ID $25

Flash

5 second animation $10-20
character walking loop $5
interactive color sheet $5
interactive animation $1 per action

This is a very talented friend in trouble, I encourage you to contact them with commission requests if you can. If not, signal boost.

I NEVER GET TIRED OF HEARING YOUR FEELS FOR ASTER OR OTHERS

UGH, YOUR ICON HONESTLY INSTILLS SO MUCH <3 IN ME, LUPI, IT’S NOT FAIR

E. ASTER BUNNYMUND

LUPI, YOU KNOW HOW I FEEL ABOUT THIS FULL WELL :|

give me a character (from anything ever) in my ask and I’ll rate:

looks: somewhat attractive | eh | not really my type | pretty | handsome | beautiful | stud | gorgeous | SWEET LORD MERCY (nnnnnnnnggh)

can you relate to this character on a personal level?: no | not really | somewhat | yes | they are me (I do find his struggles very relatable, and fascinating in a narrative setting.)

would you date/be friends with this character in real life if they were real?: total bros | friends | best friends | date | become their steady | neither | i don’t know (If he’ll have me, but I doubt he would)

godtiering:

give me a character (from anything ever) in my ask and I’ll rate:

looks: somewhat attractive | eh | not really my type | pretty | handsome | beautiful | stud | gorgeous | SWEET LORD MERCY

can you relate to this character on a personal level?: no | not really | somewhat | yes | they are me

would you date/be friends with this character in real life if they were real?: total bros | friends | best friends | date | become their steady | neither | i don’t know

Kid Again?

rocket-ringtail-raccoon:

unclekoopus:

rocket-ringtail-raccoon:

The animal that would one day be Rocket huddled up in a ball next to his two siblings, snugly hidden away in some unsuspecting persons attic, his eyes had only recently opened as he looked at the intruder.

The kappa climbed the attic stairs and stuck his head up into the musty, stagnant air. It smelled of old wood and creaky boards. He’d come at the request of the owners of the house, who swore their attic was haunted by spirits, and he, was known as something of a medium in the neighborhood. He was not expecting to find anything up here, but a small rustling drew his eyes to a corner where a small pile of balls of fur was half-hidden in shadow.
He spotted the smallest one uncurling and looking at him and froze. He didn’t want to frighten the little animal. The kappa moved very carefully, climbing the rest of the way up into the attic and giving the den of raccoons plenty of space as not to appear threatening.

Aside from his mother and siblings, Rocket had never seen another living thing. He looked to the being curiously, but also nervously. His legs were weak so running away wasn’t an option. He let out a small squeak, hoping his mom would come back and protect them.

Koopus hesitated, he glanced back at the entrance to the attic, where he knew the family was waiting for him, no doubt expecting him to be gobbled up by some devilish monster. He weighted his options; for one, if he told them that their suspicions amounted to nothing more than a family of raccoons, they’d probably have them removed, at best, or exterminated at worst. The kappa looked at the frightened little creatures, the runtiest one in particular, who was squeaking, calling for help.
No help seemed to be coming though. The cubs looked far too young to be on their own, and from what he knew of raccoons- or of the tanuki more specifically- the mothers did not stray too far from their nests voluntarily. His sharp eyes raked the dusty attic, but found no other life there.
He bit his lip, and made his decision, careful to be quiet and not alarm the cubs, he withdrew back to the entrance and descended.
"You are blessed, my friends, there is a spirit in your loft, one of good fortune! In order to keep it in your favor though you must leave offerings of fruit and nuts upon the landing every couple days. And good luck will bless you thereafter."