One of the coolest and most intense indie games I’ve played ( don’t worry Hotline miami, you are still #1 ). The whole design just made me cry at some points, flawless animation, impressiv monster design, big variety of playable characters and much more. 

Insta-fucking-killed by 20 magma worms, u got wreckd LOL/10 c:

(Reblogged from nahyon)


PC indie game “Risk of Rain”, interpreted in the style of old Famicom game covers and various inspirations.

I really like this game’s vibe, and the minimalistic 2D graphics are pretty distinct. I’m not sure what motivated me to draw it to look like an 80’s or early 90’s science fiction anime series, or put it in the style of old Japanese game box art, but well…it happened. Also my first post.

Put up the borderless version as well.

(Reblogged from nofunkiyo)


Sometimes you just have to die.

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been busy playing Risk of Rain

too bad I have little to no clue on how do they look in detail.

(Reblogged from discommunicator)


I watched the last episode of season 2 TWDG and I couldn’t take it. I saw all the endings and two of them really made me cry.  After this season I gotta say, Clementine is my favorite character now and I had to redraw her with her badass quote, “Still. Not. Bitten.” 

(Reblogged from atomicmangos)


A transparent Clem in all her badassness

(Reblogged from aviatorbear)


10 Disney Heroines Re-Imagined As Badass Pop Culture Icons

Artist Isaiah Stephens has taken the non-princess ladies of Disney and depicted them as some of our favorite empowering female characters.

1. The Princess and the Frog’s Charlotte La Bouff as the Pink Ranger.

2. Tarzan’s Jane Porter as Lara Croft.

3. Alice, from Alice in Wonderland, as an ass-kicking 

4. Peter Pan’s Wendy Darling as Princess Leia.

5. Hercules’ Meg as Catwoman.

6. Sally Skellington as Raven from the X-Men.

7. Enchanted’s Giselle as Daphne Blake from Scooby-Doo.

8. The Hunchback of Notre Dame’s Esmeralda as Michonne from The Walking Dead

9. Atlantis: The Lost Empire’s Kida as Storm from the X-Men.

10. Tinkerbell as Beatrix Kiddo (aka The Bride) from Kill Bill.


(Reblogged from madsvk)


Basic ‘color flats’ for the Walking Dead commission. Now the fun begins…

(Reblogged from krwhalen)