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Doggie Sketch a Day

I got to unwind sometimes. Mostly drawing out shapes, which then turned into…machine parts?

So you see silverhawk (or Rynex) again?

Oh the potential is so high. 19 more words

Doggie Sketch-A-Day

Unmotivated - Doggie Sketch of Basic Shapes

Work day and tired.

Well, past couple days I made these.

Basic shapes are the core to a drawing (or a piece of architecture). It’s surprising what you can see in a dresser, a keyboard, a vase, etc., how lines and shapes connect together and such. 57 more words

Doggie Sketch-A-Day

[Legendary] Crimzon Clover WORLD IGNITION (PC)

First Look

Crimzon Clover: World Ignition is a 2014 update to the already popular and fantastic Crimzon Clover from 2010 that takes almost every flaw the original game had and fixes, then some. 6,680 more words


Doggie Sketch a Day - STG

BURST! INFINITE SPACE! is the Catchphrase for the latest Darius game, “Chronicle Saviors (CS)”.

STG stands for “Shooting Game” genre. Also SHT. Think Rayforce, R-Type series, Gradius series, Darius, Thunder Force Series, ACE COMBAT, and anything with a flying or driving vehicle. 262 more words

Doggie Sketch-A-Day

Dynamarisa (PC)

First Look

Dynamarisa is a doujin game made by Twilight Frontier derived from the SHMUP series Touhou Project. The game is an adaptation or parody of Earth Defense Force 2017 that includes only single player mode, 26 levels, 5 difficulty settings, and a large selection of weapons. 2,882 more words


This Week....(Doggie Sketch a Day)

Start with a straight line.

While I am desperately trying to draw SILVERHAWK from the Darius series, among other spacecraft from video games, I forget fundamentals. 112 more words

Doggie Sketch-A-Day

Audition Notice! Glengarry Glen Ross

UPDATE : We now have a cast! Thank you to everyone who auditioned. 


Strathclyde Theatre Group invites expressions of interest from actors to appear in its flagship autumn production, David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross, directed by Gary Hurr, produced by Aaron Pennie, at Websters Theatre, Glasgow from… 346 more words