Just your average crazy gal who rambles a lots of stuff that start to make sense around five hours later. I love painting, traditional animation, playing instruments ( Mostly strings.), absorbing new languages, and videogames.

**Stuff you will find on this blog: Final Fantasy ( More specifically FFIV, and the ocational V and VI), Art Tutorials, Shibe Doges, Video Game related stuff, Pokemon, Guitars, Me rambling about things.**

 

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sarahrstraub:

When I was a little girl, my first RPG was Final Fantasy IV (back then it was known in the US as Final Fantasy II for the SNES). Before ever played it on my own, I used to watch my older brother play and always insisted he called me for “the story parts.” I was simply fascinated by the plot and the dark backstories of each character. Of all the characters, Sage Tellah really stuck with me (and not just because he was the utterer of the famous “you spoony bard”). There was something haunting about the idea of an unimaginably powerful sorcerer, body decayed and mind addled by time, unable to remember the spells he spent his long life mastering and too weak to be able to cast them. When he vowed to sacrifice himself in order to cast the most legendary of spells and thus avenge the death of his daughter, was he merely an old fool lost to his own rage or a knowing master of his own already impending death?*I will be debuting this piece as an 11”x17” print at this year’s Emerald City Comicon (ECCC) 2014, March 28-30, Seattle WA, Booth #404 under “Imaginary People.”(Facebook  l  Twitter  l  Etsy Store  l  Instagram  l  Gallery)

sarahrstraub:

When I was a little girl, my first RPG was Final Fantasy IV (back then it was known in the US as Final Fantasy II for the SNES). Before ever played it on my own, I used to watch my older brother play and always insisted he called me for “the story parts.” I was simply fascinated by the plot and the dark backstories of each character. Of all the characters, Sage Tellah really stuck with me (and not just because he was the utterer of the famous “you spoony bard”). There was something haunting about the idea of an unimaginably powerful sorcerer, body decayed and mind addled by time, unable to remember the spells he spent his long life mastering and too weak to be able to cast them. When he vowed to sacrifice himself in order to cast the most legendary of spells and thus avenge the death of his daughter, was he merely an old fool lost to his own rage or a knowing master of his own already impending death?

*I will be debuting this piece as an 11”x17” print at this year’s Emerald City Comicon (ECCC) 2014, March 28-30, Seattle WA, Booth #404 under “Imaginary People.”

(Facebook  l  Twitter  l  Etsy Store  l  Instagram  l  Gallery)

fuckinlovethatshit:

-Yoshitaka Amano
I have become addicted to final fantasy.
Also ff6 is the best final fantasy ever made.

fuckinlovethatshit:

-Yoshitaka Amano

I have become addicted to final fantasy.

Also ff6 is the best final fantasy ever made.

SOMEBODY BUY ME THAT DRAGOON COLLECTOR FIGURINE! I HAVE THE MIGHTY NEED TO HAVE THIS IN MY ROOM FOR THE MAJESTIC DRAGOON BOOTY IS A MAYOR NECESSITY . I REQUIRE THIS BECAUSE OF MAYOR REASONS.

DRAGOON BOOTY IS MAGIC!