Bone and skin stretched across canvas, with pigments coaxed from blood and hair.
Given the interest in the zine along with internal discussions by the mod team, we are delighted to share we will be producing the zine across 2 volumes - Dunwall Days, that will focus on around the DH1 era, and Karnaca Nights featuring content from later in the series.
Both volumes will be produced simultaneously and will both be available as physical copies that can be purchased together or separately (subject to hiring a finance & shipping moderator).
As a result of effectively planning to have twice as much content in this project, we will be hiring additional art and writing mods next month to cope with the demands.
In total, we will be hiring an additional art mod, two writing mods and one finance & shipping moderator. Mod applications will be open from 1st - 31st Dec 🎉
ONE WEEK LEFT!
We have one week left for our interest check for our upcoming fanzine, Dunwall Days and Karnaca Nights, to celebrate Dishonored’s 10th anniversary next year.
If you haven’t already, fill in our interest check below and spread the word! Our interest check will end on the 9th of November at 11:59pm PST 🎉
Nothin gets me fucked up like dishonored like theres no fucking video game out here that gets me actin a whole fucker. I jus lose my higher brain functions ill see some aesthetic posts or quotes or ‘the outside walks among us’ or 'the blood drained and i became a god’ or 'strange how theres always a little more innocence left to lose’ and i black out
Nasal Accessory Sinuses
I had a question regarding the location of the ethmoid sinus the other day. This is one of the better diagrammatic skulls that I’ve seen that displays their position in relation to the face. On the inside edge of the orbit, the cells that have been laid bare are the ethmoidal air cells. The ethmoid sinus isn’t one single cavity within the skull, but several sets of air cells within the ethmoid bone, behind the nasal cavity.
Diseases of the Nose and Throat. Herbert Tilley, 1919.