Happy New Year everyone!!
Klopotinsha here! Let’s have a tea party!!
@JoeKGBX , Thank you so much again for giving me that chance to speak out!
Actually I wrote here only 1.04% of all the details I wanted to mention… Anyway, I’m glad if it turned out interesting enough and everyone who need it could find it and even read it.
I hope further we’ll have many occasions to sweet talks. Because I’m going to make them if you don’t mind
BECAUSE BADASS! Wubba lubba dub dub!!
For me this interview is especially valuable, because while i was writing this, it was the very special moment when I became able to look back and scroll all WotH from the beginning and see how much is already done… there is already 80 illustrations in this thread… LOLWUT… yeah… not counting photos of sculptures… and I have almost as many stuff not published yet, waiting for its hour… not counting new sculptures… is that a lot? or maybe just BADASS!?
But still all this is just a prologue…
@Kitty_Jo , Thank you for your kind words, I remember how you warmly greeted me on the old forums,
it was so long ago…
You’ve seen how it’s all started. I really wonder how it looks from your side. I’m still waiting you to tell me what you think about all this, about any detail that caught your attention, what keeps you look forward to this posts and how do you feel about all turnings that happened over this path?
Would You kindly. I need to know how it works in other people’s minds so i could make it better.
While I create all this, I do a lot of research work in anatomy, physics, psychology, philosophy… but for now all I can share is just pathetic side-products of this research… but I always try to put there as much as possible clues for FASCINATING ARCHAEOLOGY
So don’t be shy to dig all of it!
I had used this term until I realized that I do not understand what it means actually.
How it seems, “fans” are the ones who feel the bursts of energy and gather around its source, but they do not understand how it works and what exactly they want from it. They prefer to wear the masks of a faceless daemon, not realizing that it was a critique, rather than pandering to ignorance.
Because most of all they afraid to think and learn from challenges and to be responsible for their actions.
But I always knew why I have come here and what exactly I want.
People sometimes ask me why I’m not making my own setting with my own characters. And I say that I can’t afford to make the new world until I am sure that everything will be okay in the old one I’ve loved, and I don’t want a new character until Mordecai get a worthy continuation of his journey.
Because we become responsible, forever, for what we have tamed.
And I’m still learning. It is very important. If I would started my own setting without experience of Way of the Hunter, that synchronized me with the experience of the great forerunners; I would just make something similar, but I want to promote progress to evolve further.
And I believe that anyone who called Artists must follow the Archimedean Oath (Hippocratic Oath also fits (a note for GBX))
That’s really funny because I had made this one art long before I read Miyazaki’s Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.
But soon I myself have come to this path, and then I’ve read Nausicaa and I completely agree with Miyazaki.
I narrated in this post, when it happened
As I said; I just play it like the game according to the rules, following the logical algorithms.
So there is no free fantasy, only cool calculation.
And I can say that our motives are very similar.
Miyazaki just wanted this girl to attain freedom and happiness.
The same feeling forced me to start dig out Mordecai… Yaaay! Fascinating archaeology and anthropology!
I just could not miss a character with such a rich collection of “previous incarnations”
But unlike Nausicaa, Mordecai is not an innocent girl, it’s wild and dangerous predatory beast, who even could be the monster, who kills little girls in barrels of acid, but It also could be a good father, and Bardolatry maniac, and laughter generator, and badass highwayman and faithful friend, and contemplative traveller who loves his homelands, the “one who has thus gone” and “one who has thus come”… assembling of this mosaic requires more a complicated approach; there are many double standards and more philosophy, than morality… but this philosophy forces to think and leads to compassion and teaches high morality, so that’s why it is so awesome!
HA HA! Tathagata!
By the way, funny how Denis Villeneuve finally explained how Mordecai could lose his appetite…