Im feelin a bit art blocked. Can you guys toss me some requests!
More werewolves! the one on the right was referenced a little from American werewolf in London. I really dig the werewolf design in that movie.
Are there online communities or websites kind of built around sharing original writing or short stories? I tried to search for some but came up unsuccessful in finding anything good.
kazzlewith-therazzledazzlesaid: I know that horror games can get repetitive, but what do you think would be a more interesting way to frighten people?
To be honest, I’m not sure! Maybe it’s kind of hypocritical for me to even bring up the subject without any ideas of my own ha. But I’d kind of start by at least moving away from the idea of wanting to make the player scream or jump while they play. I’d like to see games kind of go the route of making something that’s very unsettling and gives you a feeling of unease for a while. Or combine that with something that will leave the player in a lot of suspense/anxiety. I mean there are other ways to have a frightening experience without jumping or screaming because of a jump scare.
I mean I see the appeal of jump scares. It’s a quick way to have a really powerful reaction and it gets the players heart racing pretty quick. Real easy to get someone on the edge of their seat that way! I just think it’s possible for something else to be implemented so it doesn’t get stale because it kind of is.
Videogames just seem like an obvious really interesting medium for horror because of your interaction with the medium and I’m just surprised more game developers aren’t rolling their eyes at what’s being shoved out because, while there honestly are a lot of good gems out there, most of what I’ve seen can be easily broken down into “walk around in the dark for a while until something suddenly appears in your face and screams at you.”
What is Chris Pratt doing in this interview