I’m not even 100% sure Grant would be comfortable with dressing as a werewolf for Halloween, but if anybody could lure him into it, it’d be Bent.
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He might do it in the “If I argue, I’ll have to explain it and we’re been over how you don’t want me to explain this already” kind of way, but he would probably be uncomfortable.
whoops sorry if this comes across as creepy but you have nice hands and you are a 10/10 premium quality hairy dudebro (you're also a REALLY GOOD ARTIST)
I have the fattest, grade-A angus hands.
I think I’m getting sick. And whenever I get sick, an old friend is always there to help me feel better.
Hello Captain Gerbear, I really like your arts and I follow your "blogs" and other art pages since 2007. However I wanted to ask you how did get to this nickname? And what mean "gerbear" in your name? Ger a shortcut for "gears" ? Because your character works mostly with tools, and heavy things? (I just guessing. Thanks in advance!
No, Ger is a part of my real name, and I am a large, hairy gay man, or a bear. It’s not nearly as complex as you think.
i did some stuff :3
A greenskin COWBOY? OMG how did I never think of this before? Fuckin’ brilliant.
On the topic of games, specifically Bastard Bonds and Townseed: Do you plan on making them available on Steam, GoG, etc.?
I do not yet know. I kinda hate early access as a concept these days, so I’ll look at that once the games are nearing completion.
Ghorbash is the only husband worth having. The poor people of Whiterun on our wedding night. Breezehome does not have…
I can’t get it up with Lydia watching, and she WILL be sitting there watching, eating a sandwich at the foot of the bed, constantly asking if there’s some way she can serve her Thane. Dammit Lydia, that shit is creepy. You can have Breezehome all to yourself.
I built a shaggin’ shack out in the woods and took him there.
… the people of Whiterun probably still heard us.
I guess if you want to get real specific, my Orcish archer is dicking around with Ghorbash the Iron Husband. He’s the husband every time. I got hooked on the green D the first time through and he so bomb I can’t stop.
He probably waxes his coinpurse with skooma.
I’ve said too much.
I see. I think I ran together your post and the essay you reblogged. Still, I’m still not convinced the link between indie devs and journalists is strong. Certainly nowhere near as important as the relationship w major pubs (esp those who buy ads)
Whether it is or isn’t, I think the transparency is a good idea. I was on a game review site that said at the bottom of a review “This game was purchased with company funds. We completed the story mode on normal difficulty before writing this review.”
That’s fucking brilliant. It should be that, or “Microsoft sent us a promo copy of this game, and we played it for three hours before writing this review.” or “A staff member is related to the developer of this game, and has been involved in the production.” it’s real easy, and good practice for everybody I think.