Sci-fi is my least favourite genre to draw, so to keep myself interested in this homework, I mixed Midousuji faces, headbands, Armin haircuts, and gore. I had fun.
By Susan Jamison
Drowning Dress, silk, embroidery, lead weights, 2013
In tribute to Virginia Woolf (who wore an overcoat with its pockets full of stones and drowned herself)
I’ve been working on a game for a while called Dead Century. It’s sort of an Indiana-Jonesy adventure Puzzle/RPG concoction. I think it’s clear to everyone at this point that women, people of color, and queer people of all sorts are represented pretty poorly in modern video games. To that end, I’m making an effort to “be the change” I want to see. The biggest example being that the player can choose from three different appearances for each of their characters, each with a different gender and ethnic background. It’s mostly a cosmetic difference but it’s my little contribution to what I hope will soon become a larger thing in the video game world. Oh there are also some gay kisses and badass ladies.
Anyway, if that sounds like a good idea, you can check it out here or just retumbl, which is free!
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Poster for a game in development a friend and I are working on right now. I can’t say too much about it now except that there will be more posters. :)
PERFECTIONIST ERA X TROUBLE ERA
poses stolen wholesale from Twin Peaks but wow
wow yeah that’s. That’s how my boy would light up in the house. lines in manga studio and flats in photoshop because…no reason
reblogging for the day crew