- Ten-Minute Drawing Techniques
A site for those who "want to know more" about drawing techniques. It contains videotutorials explaining things like perspective, backgrounds, figures... Even if you think you already know some of them it is worth to extra look because the author put there some of his ideas which may help you to understand these techniques better.
- The Language Construction Kit
One of the Zompist's "suite of webpages" (as author suggest) for those who want to make a naturalistic language for his/her own world. The kit shows different models founded in human languages. It includes also some advices how to not make an another copy of English (or any other language you know ). I think it is also helpful with learning other languages, because it shows what a feature can you find in them. Also if you are really interested in linguists you should also read Elkarîl reference, to learn about another "strange" and unusual concept of a language
- Snaiad World
For biologists . If you ever think how could life look on another planet, there you will find an example of that world. Most of animals described there are "vertebrates" with features like two heads, hydraulic muscles, singular reproduce method (for example they "vomit" their egg/young rather than lay/give birth ), and a brain located in unexpected place. So if you think our Earth life is boring - go there .
Silent watches: ~collect-icons,*GreyOfPTA,`skifi,*vanessasan,
Requests: rather not
Skype: I have got a microphone, but I rather prefer text-chat. I'm not so good in English speech..