Monday, 13 August 2012


I decided to give this place a new look. What do you guys think?

The background is a custom sketch that the lovely, and very talented Rufus Dayglo drew for me. It's altered digitally in the background (he added greyscale for detail) but the original is purely black and white (and is sitting patiently in my livingroom, waiting to be hung). If you can't tell what it is, it's a sketch of Tank Girl and Harley Quinn (Arkham City style, since she's my favourite version!), after they've been fighting (or rather, after Tankie beat the sh*t out of Harley). It's an awesome sketch, and I'm very proud to own it!

Anyway, I updated the site as I thought the last layout was too boring. Plain black, with purple writing.

Fair enough, this new layout isn't exactly not boring, but I thought with Ruf's sketch as my background, and making the whole layout a bit cleaner looking, it wouldn't be so harsh on the eyes.

Or look like you're reading a 15 year old girl's online diary...

Anyway, I'm not only making this place cleaner and tidier, I'm also trying to do that with my actual home, too. It's proving to be pretty difficult, especially with a toddler making more mess faster than you can put things away, but I'll get there (gulp!).

I've also been trying to get back into some of the games I've neglected lately. Games that, unfortunately, were played once, before being sidelined by another game (usually released a week later). My backlog of games is embarrassing, to be quite frank. I must have over 100 games, and I am ashamed to say, that most have yet to be completed.

It's not that I don't want to complete them, it's just because there's not enough time in the day to work through them all!

Just last week, I started getting back into Skyrim, and I'm loving it. But part of me is cursing myself. I should have got back into the shorter, easier to complete games first. Since Skyrim is never going to be fully complete. Not with the little time per day I play, anyway.

I'll also need to brush up on my Assassin's Creed games, prior to the release of Assassin's Creed III (which I am majorly looking forward to). 

*cough* Well, actually, I'll need to brush up on a lot of games, since there are so many sequels due out this year! 

Oh well, at least whilst they're waiting to be played, they'll all be displayed proudly on my shelves.

Anyway, I best be off now. Need to tend to this bombsite of a livingroom (and take some collection pics for you whilst I'm at it!)

Check back later!


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