Anonymous said: Whenever I see the drawing of Bastet and Set dancing, I think of "In De Nile" from the Age of Mythology soundtrack. Also, regarding gods' voices, in my head Osiris always sounds a little like John Hurt as Khufu in David Macaulay's Pyramid. Ra sounds like Clarke Peters and is therefore the only god with a deeper voice than Thoth.
Let’s just go with “yes” to everything you’ve said, Anon~ 8D
Anonymous said: What voices do you imagine for the Stick Gods? I'm sure everyone imagines them differently. I know that I imagine Thoth's as something akin to that Cluefinders 4th Grade game that has Thoth in this really deep and clear voice (I'm sure you can find a video on youtube somewhere?) whereas Set's is much higher. Curious what you think.
Well, in Pesedjet I’d given Set a working class English accent, but not sure it translates as well over to stick-gods…but yeah, a higher voice. Thoth, meanwhile, has the same voice: thanks to a hilarious old comment over on DA, he pretty much sounds like Freaky Fred from Courage the Cowardly Dog (only slightly less terrifying)~
I’ve only got a few other voices vaguely in mind, like Anubis being low and monotone, and associating Sekhmet, Mafdet and Bastet with alto, mezzo and soprano voices, respectively.
…Oh, and Wepwawet sounding like Buster Bluth is just my ridiculous headcanon. 9_9
Anonymous said: The Sims 4 comes out in a few days, maybe you should put all the stick gods in a house together and post vids of the domestic hilarity that ensues. Or maybe Lewis and Clark as roommates.
Hah! xD Well, as a Mac user I fear I have a bit of a wait before I can get ahold of Sims 4 (if I get it). 9_9
On the other hand, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve made my characters in Sims 3 (including the folks from Pesedjet, which are basically humanized stick-gods). I’d play it more often if it ran better on my computer…
Where are his boobs?
Eh, well, the designs are subject to change. They may crop up the next time I draw him. (it is worth noting that I don’t really emphasize breasts on the goddesses when I draw them, though that is admittedly a different matter)