- My Life As A Teacup shared this amazing link to Harry Potter ambiance tracks. They are so perfect for background noise. My favorites are the Ravenclaw Common Room (I love the one with the choir, and without), and the Gryffindor Common Room. Also the Hogwarts Express track with the dementors is so creepy! Love!
- Gamerwife blog reviewed a game called DragonBox Elements that looks so intriguing. It combines the fun of video games with learning geometry. I think video games can be such a great supplementary learning tool!
- Punk Projects had a guest blogger this week who shared the most adorable Spock Deskmate plush tutorial!
- I am so in love with this hoodie. Yes, I know it’s a mens hoodie but too bad! I usually buy mens anyway for hoodies – I find them so much more comfy. And although I’ve only played the first Assassin’s Creed game, I just love the design of the sweatshirt.
Leaving you with some creepy Zelda fanart today. 😀
Despite my complete fear of spiders, this digital painting of a Skulltula by Nate Hallinan is pretty rad! Though if they looked like that in the Zelda world, I’d die of a heart attack five minutes in.
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Well, I definitely was not expecting a realistic-looking Skulltula when I scrolled down. It’s crazy awesome, though! Also, that Assassin’s Creed style hoodie is so cool. I, too, am loving the Harry Potter ambiance tracks.
Yup, even I can appreciate that spider art. I love photo-realistic interpretations of fantasy things!
Those hoodies are pretty awesome!! And yikes… Spiders!! They scare me D: I ran into a spider web last night… It was awful!!!
Ah, that’s the worst! I always flail around like a loon.
I really like the variety of colours those hoodies come in, I’m sure you could fit into a smaller men’s size and look super cute and badass. Also, I never would have thought that was a digital painting if you hadn’t told me.
I tend to buy men’s anyway – they have more room in the chest area than ladies, which is helpful to me being rather, um, busty haha.
And I definitely find it amazing how photo realistic you can get with digital work! I like a variety of styles, but photo realism is always fascinating to me.