So the first section of the binder (see the June 5th blog) I’ve decided to tackle is the Countries of the World portion! It’s been a nice way to ease back into the creative process, as most of what I write has little to know bearing on the narrative. I can always change and adapt… Continue reading SMERP.
Hello Readers! If you’re anywhere near New England (which most of you are, if Social Media is correct), I hope you’ve been enjoying the lovely weather! Honestly, I prefer today’s 60-ish to last weeks 80-ish, but it’s been beautiful nevertheless. My last blog from a couple of weeks ago mentioned that I was just about… Continue reading I Never Want to Play an “Edgy” Game Again
Hey everybody! Aiden here. It’s been a while since my last update. I’ve just finished the music for Lulach Beryl: Magical Intern episode 10! Very exciting. It took me a super long time to actually get around to it. It does mean that it should be posted within a week, barring another unfortunate deletion incident.… Continue reading Bleep Bloop Blog
Hello dear readers, Katie here. Have you heard of the 100 Day Project? It’s a fantastic project sort of like National Novel Writing Month, but for artists and creative-types, and over the course of 100 days starting in April instead of just the one month of November. I decided today that I want to participate,… Continue reading 100 Day Project 2018
Hello Readers! Yesterday Katie and I had the distinct pleasure of meeting a longtime friend’s semi-new girlfriend, and we spent much of our evening trading stories of RPGs past. It’s been far too long since I’ve been able to sit down around a table with dice in hand and weave a collaborative tale with my… Continue reading Roll for Blog!
So. Howdy. How are you all doing? It’s been quite a while. I’ll be honest, I’ve been having a hard time writing this blog post. I’ve kind of been avoiding it, and I’m not sure why. At first it was because I was intent on doing a bunch of research on the comics I wanted… Continue reading A Little Bit of Honesty
I might have mentioned before that growing up, I was not a voracious reader, and I regret that. I did, however, develop an early love of fantastical worlds and deep narratives. You know how little kids tend to watch movies over and over and over again, which when I was growing up meant you eventually… Continue reading Tuppence for Your Thoughts…