Reblogging for untramen
Game of Thrones Dragons!
My Masquerade entry from San Diego Comic Con. The dragons were made by myself at Komickrazi studios and my friends Silver and Wolfish from Furr happens.
A Fun collaborative project which proved a lot of challenges, but the end results are fabulous.
We won the David C. Copley Award for Most innovative costume at the Masquerade.
*burries face in pillow* I really miss David now ;A;
Comic-Con attendees who always wanted to know how it feels to pilot a Jaeger from the Guillermo del Toro film Pacific Rim will finally get their chance. Legendary Entertainment is hosting the Pacific Rim Jaeger Pilot Oculus Rift Experience at its booth, #3920. Here’s a description of what sounds to be one of the most popular events on the exhibit floor:
We have worked closely with the leading pioneers of virtual reality, Oculus VR, to deliver a new benchmark in Oculus Rift experiences.
Fans will experience what it feels like to pilot a 250-story robot as they step into a fully-realized Jaeger Combat Simulator. Strapping on the Oculus Rift headset, fans will ‘Drift with the Rift’ and experience the beloved universe of Pacific Rim in a whole new way.
Yes hello I am not dead. I should have mentioned something, but I didn’t oh well. I went out into the Stanislaus woods to go visit David (or known as Raven) this weekend since he’s been gone from a backcountry trip since April (fixing up the trails and shit). I was able to finally go visit him and as we left for the trail his friend (whom I took with me) and I went onto a different trail by complete accident. It still went in the direction we were going but it was 80% hill. After a a while we realized and were able to get on the right trail before sundown were we camped for the night next to a stream. Later in the night David and his friends formed a search party and found us camping next to the trail and their excitement of finding us woke us up. It was really neat that they went out at night to find us, I’m glad they did too. So the rest of the weekend we played magic and ate and just hung out with David. Then we had to leave Monday, they gave us supplies and David practically nursed my horribly blistered feet to better health for the hike back. We got back to SoCal last night at 3am. I’m gonna rant a bit, but I couldn’t be more proud of David and to be called his girlfriend ;u; he’s doing amazing work out there and it shows both physically and mentally. I love him so much and miss him dearly, I could go on for hours but I won’t. I just wanted to let people know I’m not dead :U
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