My good ladyfriend Amber, affectionately known as "Ruga" has a very quirky blog about very quirky bento boxes made by her. Which doesn't make any sense because she's not a weeaboo. She's weird. She also has a personal blog
that she doesn't update anymore because she got a life.
No, it's not called "Horseface." It's called "Horseface dot org," the personal website of Carl, known to some as Sammmy "the Cat" Beany or aptly as "Horse," a hippie who loves animals and is a nazi for web standards. It took him 10 whole years to build this site, so you should humor him by clicking through a few pages.
A bunch of distractions by an Australian man who kidnaps and brainwashes innocent American girls and uses them to run his drawing sweatshop. He made some nice websites with that scandal, take a look! Owned and operated by Oliver the SuitCase.
An adorable comic by the adorable Veronica (who is incidentally SuitCase's wife), which is about cats with more character than you'll ever see in any furry comic (which this totally is not). She spends more time on this than I know, yet still makes time to talk more than casually with her fans. Definitely worth a read, unless you like predictable plots and flat characters.
Preserving the annals of the World Wide Web is the Internet Historian David "The Lurker," who likes to talk about horrible Sonic the Hedgehog fanfiction
and even read it aloud
with other cracky geeks. Here you can look upon all of his superfluous little projects and wonder about just what this web is coming to.
This website must be about what goes on it "drak's" mind. It doesn't update anymore (hahah get it) since he now works on Serious Business
. It's actually just a bunch of nonsense that spurred from what I assume he and his cohorts AJ and Joe talk about all day. Corn Squares.
This could be a mystery link since I only vaguely remember visiting it once and as of writing this it is only a teaser page. But it is by a very talented young British man who used to go by the moniker "Masaki" Hopefully one day he'll stop thinking that his designs are "insufferably pants" and we'll be treated to something lovely. We hugged once.
This one is kind of an enigma, but "Fadflamer" is a good friend of mine so I won't leave him out. This is his little comic about whatever he's into at the time, usually anime dolls or yelling at the belligerence of the world. It can be cute at times.
A blog about Japanese video games and anime by one of my favorite animus, "docktorNK". I really don't follow half of what he talks about but if you do you'll be sure to know everything about it as it happens.
The wonderful art and fashion design work of "Amika" who will very likely go very far in what she does. If you like SecondLife, check out her textures and templates. She draws cute animals!
A portfolio and journal of Diana Sprinkle, who draws the cutest cats. Really, not only are they adorable, but unfathomably clever. Once you're taken in by their intoxicating gazes, you'll buy lots her artwork and vote for all of her shirt.woot designs!
Some e-pals of mine ("drak", "Matrixx", and "NPC") made a cute and clever game
awhile back, so they thought it would be appropriate to make an accompanying website for their "studio." They've made only one game so far (which you can buy at the Mac App Store
) and hopefully they'll make plenty more to justify this site.
Some time ago, an initiative started on the Internet to track down and buy all copies of the Shaq-Fu video game in order to prevent others from suffering remorse for owning such a tragedy. This site serves to counter that by obtaining as many copies as possible and preserving them for all to enjoy. The mission is lead by AJ and the aforementioned drak, who are building a "staq" to one day present to Shaq. The site was actually designed by SuitCase, if that makes any difference. Admittedly, I've donated more to this project than I care to mention.