@kamel_altamimi It's table with matching drum shaped chairs. It's really more for tea than a full sized dining table. I'm really glad we actually started using it instead of keeping it in storage forever 👍✨
Close-up of the dried Chinese quince. My family often pairs this with chicken soup made from chicken feet (which are the primary source of mass produced chicken stock world wide actually). The quince imparts a nice sour flavor that's not quite as astringent as lime #ArtEaterEats
In a lot of Western cooking fennel is dried and used sparingly as an herb. In Chinese and Thai cooking it's usually treated as a vegetable to be eaten by the fistful, often stir fried with eggs (pictured here) or boiled in soup. #ArtEaterEats
@docsquiddy I've always maintained that Mass Effect is an Otome game. That's what really makes it special. All the open world AAA stuff is window dressing to ease people into playing a dating sim. It's an "Otome game that doesn't know it's an Otome game" if you will
@pixeldewd 100% feel you on this. No matter what kind of game I'm making the overall game feel will be informed by 90s fighting games because they had that synergy of graphics/gameplay/animation LOCKED DOWN
This is a machine translation, so take it with a grain of salt. But it seems one of the top reasons for not wanting a Hollywood adaptation is that these things are already perfectly good as animation. I'm really happy to hear that. Imagine that. Not regarding animation as lesser!
BTW this advice is coming from a very accomplished creator. Jason Thompson has written several books, drawn and published several original comics, written others. Oh and he was the original editor in Chief of Shonen Jump USA when it was the BEST SELLING COMIC IN ALL OF AMERICA.
@TubaticPrime Aw thanks! BTW the clip of the girl performing a "dragonscrew" (one of the most dangerous moves in pro wrestling) on a goat is from the show Nichijou. It's really good!
This is great if you have a ton of money to invest or already have a ton of goats and no urgent need to sell them. But if that $60 was all you had you're, playing a dangerous game. GET AWAY FROM THOSE GOATS!