"Infra-Red" by Placebo
"There’s no running that can hide you, ‘cause I can see in the dark…"
he knows what hes done
Even if it only entertains like 2 people, doing this Fallout: NV play as an “in character improv” is actually hella fun. Sorry to everyone who is getting second-hand embarrassment from my horrible acting.
I love the 50 shades of grey trailer
Pluto was a planet, some committee of fancy assholes disagree, I disagree back
Consider this a fun little bit of “improv voice acting” if you will. I was joking with a friend about doing the Fallout: New Vegas vids “in character” as the Courier. Thought I’d test to see if that would even work. (I actually have more footage of the entire character creation section too but Tumblr only lets me put up 5 mins of video.) Anyway this was actually pretty fun. Mixing is a little off (game audio too quiet). Still, I’d actually like to try and play this as an improv exercise. What do you guys think?
Doing a little bit of an experiment with the Fallout: NV vids. Hope it turns out alright.
noirefrost said:How to become Bogleech's least favorite fan: Follow him around without him noticing, collecting his dead skin and hair. Slowly building another Bogleech.
stopmopper said:A bit new to this blog, I think I found it through one of the people I'm following. Why do people send you pics of monsters, and what is Awful Hospital?
People send me lots of pics of monsters because I’ve been a huge creature nerd all my life. I draw hundreds of them, and I regularly review monsters over on my actual website the way other people might review celebrity outfits or restaurants. I’m even more into real living things and hope to teach biology some day.
Awful Hospital is my newest fiction endeavor (kind of replacing my long-dead flash cartoons and comics, for now) and is one of those comment-driven illustrated adventures (like Rubyquest or the early days of Homestuck)
It’s set in a gross hospital full of talking body parts and giant germs, but it aims more for silly than creepy, or both at once. I kind of go for a similar tone as Courage the Cowardly Dog, I guess.
- whitetigerdemoness said: You need to sound angrier, more flem!
That’s a horrible stereotype and you know it!