Okay, well, if you read the news on Bleeding Cool, I unfortunately have the sad duty to confirm that it’s true. As of Wednesday of last week, I was informed by an email from my new editor that I am no longer the writer of Batgirl.
I cannot express my disappointment at this. I think…
Here’s pictures of my Paper Mario diorama for Nintendo’s Paper Mario Sticker Star.
I don’t think it’ll win, after seeing some amazing entries. But I thought I would share it to the public. I worked on it through the span of one evening. Every was watercolored and hand-drawn. From a lower perspective it looks like a crowd watching Mario beat Goombas, with a theater stage behind. From an aerial view the whole diorama is framed in a 3DS.
I know it could have been better, but I only had one evening to complete it. Hope everyone enjoys it.
I was going to wait a little while before posting these on Tumblr, but Tiny Cartridge kind of beat me to the punch, so…why not!
This is the diorama I submitted to Nintendo’s Paper Mario: Sticker Star contest. (How perfect, right? An excuse other than “I just felt like it!” for me to make a big paper cutout diorama expressing my passionate Paper Mario love.) It was a great opportunity for me to apply everything I learned from making paper cutouts for Cucumber Quest, and I’m really happy with how it came out.
I only had a week to put it together, but it was a lot of fun. Maybe I’ll do dioramas more often?
I entered the same contest, but wow, this blows mine out of the water.
Cyclops WAS right.
I guess Deadpool had a lot of fun with the TARDIS [as seen in the Deadpool vs. Comikaze video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BQjXYoUsAo ]
Things that occur to me at 3am after I spend the day watching Madoka and Fate/Stay Night.
As former Nintendo Power greats, Jason and Jenni took the news that Nintendo Power would soon be shipping its last issue like a Deku Nut to the head.
We’ve been seeing tributes around the internet, and decided to throw our two gold coins in. Then we thought, hey, we know a lot of the former…
I highly recommend any Nintendo fans to read this post of former Nintendo Power staff members reflecting their time at Nintendo Power. My favorite part?
Paul Shinoda, Writer (again)
After watching a work cut of the first episode of the dubbed Pokemon TV series, Mr. Tsuboike [NP Editor-in-Chief] and I agreed that it would NEVER be successful in the U.S.