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Posted by Evan - July 16th, 2008

Just posting some updates.

Statick is my site, which is currently still under production, but is coming strong and should be done within the next week or so. So keep a look out for that, it's basically a portfolio with some cool stuff on it.

Not yet named, but me and Gutya are working on a huge game. Currently its just some character sprites and an over-spirited idea, but with motivation this baby'll get done, and i'll probably get a faster move on it as soon as I'm in the comfort of knowing my site is up. So also stay tuned to see the details about this too.

Yeah. The second one is in the making, and has a thread here. So if you liked the first one, and are interested in joining, head on over there and show yourself.

That's all for now. In the meantime, the main character for the game is below.


Posted by Evan - June 30th, 2008

I was just using one, and I came to a realization.


Posted by Evan - January 8th, 2008

I finally decided to submit to Threadless today. I know it's nothing special, but I prefer the more artistic, surrealist, simple point of view. Give me some comments and critique, and tell me; Would you wear it?

(more detailed version here)
(Also, "Bleakvision" is the name of the design)


Posted by Evan - November 22nd, 2007

Does anybody remember this movie?
It was the only children-animated movie that had raps in it, and it was plain raw.

Fern Gully

Posted by Evan - November 13th, 2007

Hot Dogs are the shit. They take 30 seconds to make. They are delicious. They do not take long to eat. And I don't have to actually know how to cook to make them.

I live off of the notorious hot dog.

Hot Dog

Posted by Evan - October 4th, 2007

Well, another year, and another month of breast cancer excitement! Death, Sickness, and Hair loss! As well celebrate this joyous time of year, I'm going to have another annual "Breasts and their Cancer" Party. Be at my house this Sunday at 8:00, we're doing it just like we did last year!

Breast Cancer Month again!

Posted by Evan - September 11th, 2007

Graduation vs. Curtis

Now many of you on Newgrounds do not listen to hip hop music, and aren't really interested in it at all. But for those like me, who love it, would know about this controversy. Today, September 11th, the two biggest albums of the year came out. "Graduation" by Kanye West and "Curtis" by 50 Cent. I've purchased both, and already listened to both from beginning to end.

(3/5 stars)

Curtis is generally a good album. I'm sure it's nowhere near as amazing as the hype would have lead one to believe, but it's definitely damn good. 50 has elevated his lyrics ten fold since "Get Rich or Die Trying", but it hasn't stopped him from being the same old 50 we've known and loved.

You can hear old and new in the album. The beats are pretty sick as usual, but they sound generically 50 (which is strong, loud, and gangster). His flow is really good compared to most of his stuff, and he doesn't really have a bad song on the whole album, which is definitely a good point.

I would listen to the album more than once, and have. He tries to be deep, but it's really over layed with the same old ghetto type stuff he's always done. Hard to break that barrier when your known for the same stuff 50 is known for.

In conclusion, it's some of his best work to date. And although he's trying to be something he wasn't always, he didn't really succeed. So if you love old 50, then your probably entering a win/win situation buying this album.

(5/5 stars)

Kanye West is well known for, and expected to, deliver the best he possibly can, and the top of the charts when he's coming with something new. College Drop-Out broke the barrier when it was released. Late Registration did the same. And the repetition of the mind-blowing musical talent that Kanye West provides is continued with Graduation.

To be completely honest, Kanye is more talented than 50 in the first place. And if you had any doubt in your mind about my opinion, this album just proves my point further than need be. The lyrics are top-notch, deep and strong just like Kanye always is. The beats are hard, emotional, and as always, most are sampled.

The thing that makes Kanye's album even more personal and hard-hitting is the fact that Kanye isn't just providing the great lyrics, but even his killer beats. Both of them together just create music that I could listen to for hours, they harmonize amazingly. From "Good Morning" to "Good Night", Graduation slaughters Curtis (with no offense).

Overall, Graduation is the Best Album of the Year, hands down. Kanye is known for providing albums that kill everything else at the time; This album is definitely no exception.

So, wether you were planning on listening to these albums, or wether you give two shits about hip-hop, or wether you even knew about this controversy in the first place; That's my two cents. If you plan to buy the albums, I suggest you read my reviews.

Graduation vs. Curtis

Posted by Evan - September 4th, 2007

And If I'm to fall, the ground will then turn to wine.

Posted by Evan - August 27th, 2007

Tomorrow. FUCK THIS.

Posted by Evan - July 31st, 2007

The Fresh Prince of Bel Air is seriously the most amazing show ever created. It's a show made in the 90's thats still funny. Will Smith makes my day every night on Nick @ Nite.

Sudden Realization