Wow, I've really stayed focused and kept away from gathering new resources for my project, henceforth keeping file size down and focus at a max. But I haven't credited all my sources, so let's go to the forums to check out some threads and see...oh crap.
I *finished* my cast picture. Pay no attention to the awkward nakedness and posing of Luis on the right there, or the weird pupil disappearing on the left due to light glare. http://i.imgur.com/r9NbR11.jpg
It's one thing seeing your items packed up and going to a new house, it's a completely other thing when you're now selling items and stuffing as much as you can into two suitcases, a carry-on, and a personal bag...I'm shivering in anticipation of the move now.
I finished Partitio's final boss. While everyone else's final boss was either a human, a monster, or a human that turns into a monster, his last boss was a Train. Yep. I had to beat Thomas the Tank Engine senseless. So I guess I DERAILED Roque's evil plan. A plan to turn down 80 billion leaves (aka dollars). To become the richest man? To sell the rights to something he has already made and planned to mass produce.
Sometimes its scary to have this ability to "tune out" the world. Like... if I get 100% invested in something I'm doing, I can go like 24 hours without eating or even feeling pain. But, the moment I disengage from the activity... the stuff hits me again. It's subtly terrifying.
Is there anyone here who had a very hard video game they took years to beat as a kid? When I was ten in 2004 I got a Game Boy Advance for my birthday and that same year I got a game of "Stuart Little 2" for Game Boy Advance from my parents. That game was so hard that I literally couldn't finally beat it until years later when I was in my mid-teens! XD