Joe encouraged me to post some more. So I’m going to.
I can’t sleep. I’m too excited. Some of my Spyro games should arrive tomorrow!! Â
AND!!! I ordered this DS card thing that lets me download games onto it. I’m downloading games now…and OMG I can’t wait.
Thank you Joe for opening my eyes to such a wonder. I know it’s his site and all… but I’d like to give a special shout out to him… THANK YOU JOOOOOOEEEEEEEE!!! He’s helped me out so much compy-wise recently… I’ve no idea how most things work; Je suis une Technophobe.
me no has much else to say. I’m surprisingly not tierd.
Bit ‘o Self advertising here… if anyone wants any arty things done… CALL ON ME!!! Tattoo designs, mural designs, portraits, Jewellery, Toy-making, (some) accessory making (in the middle of making a Top Hat atm), drawings, Photography, handmade professional looking cards… I can, and have done, all of it. Commision me to do stuff!!
HINT!! I CAN DO YOU “THOUGHTFUL” CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ON THE CHEAP!!
look at my blogspot too… I should be getting a slideshow of my stuff on there soon.
Now, I’m writing I’ve got no idea of WHAT to write.
Since I’ve become re-obsessed with Spyro the Dragon, I think I shall write about that.
Firstly, it’s an absolutely brilliant game. Â I got the original one for Christmas 1997, when I first got my PS1, and I haven’t ever had a bad word to say against it. Â And I admit it…I like it so much I robbed one of the sequels Â (Spyro: Year of the Dragon) from a 7year old friend of the family… I have no morals, I know.
Recently(ish) I was in Woolworths, however and I decided to go and buy (*GASP!!*) the latest Spyro game for my Wii… The Legend of Spyro: The Eternal Night (the image attatched to this post is an A1 ink painting a did in October, which I copied off the box of the game) It sounded so epic I had to buy it…it was £40… which I didn’t really have. Thus, re-awakening my love affair with this heroic little purple dragon.
So I played it…got stuck on this blasted bit where the Dog-Pirates trap you in an arena and you have to outsmart this flying, fire-wielding boat, and so I put it away again whilst I ‘revised’ for A Levels. And then I moved out to South London, bringing my Wii and games, etc. Out came Spyro. Â Chij and Peter got a bit into Spyro over their Reading Week by watching me try to play it, and indeed, they DID help me get past the Dog-Pirates with their hover boat. So for this, I gave them both thanks. Peter also printed out the WalkThru for me, as well. So thanks for that too.
So after Halloween when I went back with Chij to Wales for my Reading Week, the Wii came with. I SHOULD’VE been writing my Art Essay, but instead I went to complete the game. Chij helped of course. But whilst he was at uni I stayed caved up in his room in the dark guiding the little dragon through levels of Pirates, Ghosts and other mean creatures.
Nearly 3 months ago I released my site, I tried to tell all of you but WordPress wouldn’t let me post…and after that I couldn’t be bothered. Joe, about this layout, it has nice new features and will take some getting used to (like I said with the previous one). I still think the one before the one before the one before this one was the best though. Back to moi, my site is thomas-reddington.com. So how’s everyone?