my dash is full of people that feel like they’re just scraping by or they gotta pretend they got everything together.
listen here son:
you will never have everything together. the notion that everything will work in your immediate favor is a fantasy. quit making that the goal. the goal is to work with what you’re given, to simply go on the journey. it isn’t to arrive at some special destination; you don’t know what that destination will be at your last breath! the goal is to embark on the journey and learn and touch lives. it’s not to magically have a smooth-sailing career and family.
the sooner you accept that the goal is not to have a perfect and happy life, the easier it will be to roll with the punches and get through crappy times.
I am so pleased with this sketch wow WOW
I got on the PTR last night to see what Feloraea and Delarton would look like
I’m content with the female night elf model. The run animation startled me at first but I think it works. More of a jog than a run, which makes sense. Wish she looked a little more graceful. I’m not as upset about the idle sway, she doesn’t look “drunk” like everyone makes them out to be
I wish the human male model had options for a thinner head. Delarton doesn’t have a thick head, he’s got a softer jaw. I’m pleased with everything else.
I made a male night elf for fun and I just don’t like it. I get that they’re supposed to be kinda grumpy, but there’s literally one neutral face and the rest are snarling. I don’t understand why his head is cocked to one side. He’s pretty hunched forward and makes it look like he’s looking up at something. The male idle sway is much worse than the female sway. He looks like a monkey. I like the sway of his walk, but his run looks goofy. I’m hoping they’ll continue tweaking.
YOOO I KNOW IM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO REMEMBERS THIS SHIT. I JUST FORGOT THE NAME OF THE SHOW AND WHERE ITS FROM
THIS IS CALLED AMBI AND DEXTER OR DEX
THEY REPRESENT THE LEFT AND RIGHT HANDS AND SIDES OF THE BRAIN
Homework. Illustration of Aesop’s fable, “The Fox Without a Tail”