It's amazing how powerful and moving the written word can sometimes be. There's a website I've been visiting regularly that hosts blogs written by people living with and coping with depression. A lot of the posts are heavy handed, filled with the sadness and despair of the one who wrote it. Every so often, I run across a suicide note. The one I read about five minutes ago has sent my brain and emotions into a tailspin. Some things hit hard, and this one came out of nowhere and sucker-punched me. There are so many thoughts currently running through my mind right now that I don't know what to make of them or how to sift through and process them.
I'm pleased to find that when prompted to use it for a drawing today, I still remember the Gerudo alphabet, considering I haven't done anything with it since July. I wish I could say the same for the Skyward Sword Hylian... rip in pieces...
Big Octos in The Wind Waker have eyes on every side of their bodies. That would give them a 360-degree field of vision.
A 360-degree field of vision is something completely incomprehensible to me. I can imagine something like a 180-degree field, but a 360-degree one? What happens when the ends meet? I believe a number of animals, insects, etc. actually do have 360-degree fields, but to me, a simple human boy, the concept itself is jarring.