(Today’s doodle of Shaun/Desmond. Give the quilt back to Desmond, Shaun…..!!OmO)
One thing I’ve learned; if you don’t draw first, you don’t get to draw at all.
Devil May Cry has hardly been a game about Dante’s white hair; it wasn’t really about the storyline either. I have always loved DMC series for its vicious, ass-kicking gameplay and DmC does not disappoint there. If I dare say, DmC offers me a more satisfying game experience and I never understood why people were so against the game they probably never even played.
Once upon a time, there was a young boy called Shepard. Shepard was an orphan, living on the streets of a metropolis on earth, doing petty crimes for a gang called the Reds. One day, he met a handsome boy in a dingy café. His name was Kaidan. Ever the charming boy, Shepard tried to flirt with Kaidan, but Kaidan had a headache and was hardly impressed. He liked Shepard, though, so he told him to meet him later in a high-class restaurant. Shepard was anxious. ‘Don’t worry, Shepard,’ said Kaidan, ‘the dinner’s on me.’ So they had an expensive dinner in an expensive restaurant and Shepard used his charms to woo Kaidan. This time, Kaidan was very impressed. ‘Say, what do you do for a living, Shepard?’, asked Kaidan. Shepard wanted to keep impressing Kaidan so he said, ‘I’m going to be a big badass soldier’; because Kaidan was a biotic and he wanted to join the Alliance one day. Years later, they met each other on the Normandy and they lived happily ever after.
Tears on tape, I will follow into your heart, sketching rain from afar…
HIM — Tears on Tape