Ani, a sad but beautiful reminder of the History of the Armenian Apostolic Church. The city once rivalled Baghdad and Constantinople in its beauty and was marveled on by Byzantines and Turks who presented themselves at the homes of the Armenian King and Bishop of the city. Now it lies in ruins, leaving the skeletons of Churches which were once filled by the people of the World’s oldest Christian nation.
I’m a big fan of Richard’s work. When he left ArenaNet to go work on Prometheus, he stacked a bunch of flawed prints on the edge of his desk, intended for the trash bin. The prints looked fine to everyone else, but the colors were a bit off for Richard’s taste. He didn’t expect a long, starstruck line of coworkers asking him to autograph rejected prints. But we wanted his work any way we could it get it.
Count me as another huge fan of Rich’s work. He’s been posting a lot more of his daily(ish) doodles lately on various social network sites, including his Tumblr. He also posts these on Instagram and Facebook.
Me quedo con las dos últimas frases:
"Es por ello que las mujeres se quejan muchas veces de que los hombres no las escuchan pero por el contrario, lo único que hacen los hombres es desconectarse por una razón fisiológica"
Enviado por @AsierUrbina