Bismillah Hir Rahman Ir Raheem
Peace and blessings be upon you all
Sunday, 30th August
Today I finished playing The Last of Us Part II. The perfect ending, with a few negatives, of a great sequel with a great blend of storytelling and action (my greatest joy of shooting zombies). After I finished playing the game, I checked out Extras option and there was a gallery of concept art which had detailed art work of the making of the game. I came across this lovely scenic art work.
Monday, 31st August
It’s been raining here a lot, almost everyday so a sky like this has become a common sight.
Tuesday, 1st September
Another concept art from The Last of Us Part II of one of the Infected called a Clicker. I really liked the artistic element in this Clicker as from the folds of the skin of its head and neck appears as if it came out of the ocean.
Wednesday, 2nd September
Do you remember my smiley buddy called Cervical Vertebrae from last year? As I’m studying the neck in college, we’re revising the vertebrae of the neck so I’m reunited with my friend.
Thursday, 3rd September
I’ve finished watching Churails (Witches), a local Pakistani drama available on ZEE5. There was a lot of cursing that made me cringe, smoking and drinking that made my lungs and liver feel weird but overall it was a great show with great dialogues, acting, cinematography and story. It’s very artistic in its expression.
Friday, 4th September
I got stuck in traffic on the way to someone’s house so instead of returning home in the evening, I returned home at 11pm. Apparently our city has random protests that tend to block the main highway so the other smaller roads get choked up and we get stuck.
Saturday, 5th September
I’m just chilling this weekend studying for my exam on Monday and watching Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. Newt Scamander and all the creatures are so cool!! I didn’t like the second part as much until I had watched it a couple of times; how is Credence still alive?
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