wayshak:

I’ll be chillin’ at the Zerofriends friends booth w/@davecorreia at 3:30. First person to high-five me gets this Alien sketch. #zfsdcc

wayshak:

I’ll be chillin’ at the Zerofriends friends booth w/@davecorreia at 3:30. First person to high-five me gets this Alien sketch. #zfsdcc

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sconesmiscavp:

what game and game format was this? Alien 3 ? for /

sconesmiscavp:

what game and game format was this? Alien 3 ? for /

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witnesstheabsurd:

"And they worshiped the beast, saying, "Who is like the beast, and who is able to wage war with him?" "

witnesstheabsurd:

"And they worshiped the beast, saying, "Who is like the beast, and who is able to wage war with him?" "

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Anonymous said: How excited are you for Alien: Isolation? :D

me, personally, not so much because I usually end up playing gmaes long after they first come out, haha. I tend to like more mindless shooty games too so I dunno if I can get into a slow placed survival horror. 

My favorite Aliens game was the first 3d AvP game (Classic 2000 or something like that) but my favorite species to play was the Predator… whoops :( 

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propagandery:

Carlo Rambaldi’s Alien Head
“I always like to have these big long heads for the monster,” HR Giger told Famous Monsters magazine in 1979, “because I worked as an industrial designer. Every object needs to have a function. So if it has a long head there’s space for a long tongue. And I also gave his tongue teeth. I thought it was very good as a filmic device.”
But to take full advantage of the Alien’s retractable jaws the production needed an experienced engineer to provide the appropriate mechanisms. They decided to contact Carlo Rambaldi, an artist, effects man and one-time student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, Italy, whose earlier credits included Oscar winning work on the 1976 King Kong remake, and also later Spielberg’s E.T.

propagandery:

Carlo Rambaldi’s Alien Head

“I always like to have these big long heads for the monster,” HR Giger told Famous Monsters magazine in 1979, “because I worked as an industrial designer. Every object needs to have a function. So if it has a long head there’s space for a long tongue. And I also gave his tongue teeth. I thought it was very good as a filmic device.”

But to take full advantage of the Alien’s retractable jaws the production needed an experienced engineer to provide the appropriate mechanisms. They decided to contact Carlo Rambaldi, an artist, effects man and one-time student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, Italy, whose earlier credits included Oscar winning work on the 1976 King Kong remake, and also later Spielberg’s E.T.

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racieb:

Only FIVE DAYS LEFT of Open Squish Bug Round 2! My Rainbow Jumping Spider (Maratus robinsoni) is very very very close to the goal, but it will not make it without your help!

It must end with an average score of at least 3.90 to be produced as a plush. Please vote 5! Every single 5 vote helps! If you’ve already voted, the best thing to do is share with your friends! It needs those extra points, right now!

Because you all been so helpful for the past week while I’ve been raving about this, here’s another bonus: Rainbow Jumping Spider avatars which are free to use wherever you might wish to represent yourself with a glittery arachnid ~

We can make giant colorful stuffed spiders be a thing that exists for everyone!

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