Originally posted 2016-10-21 12:00:19. How dare she call me a lil demon! I scrunch myself down into the tiniest possible position I can, and my eyes dilate, working out the exact calculation I need. I pounce, not so much graceful as I am flexible, so I bounce more than fly. My teeth try to find…

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Originally posted 2016-10-20 17:00:59. Word Webs There are several different types of webs you can create that will help you connect your plot pieces together, and allow you to see other possible connections as well. Let’s look a few different styles. The Wheel The Web – notice how the pieces inter connect and join well…

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Originally posted 2016-10-19 17:00:06. It’s all in the details. Seriously, the more you can describe in a short sequence, the better. Not that everyone doesn’t enjoy hearing about battlements, and the type of poison you are dipping arrows in and so forth, but I’m talking about setting the scene to start with. I’ll give you…

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Originally posted 2016-10-17 17:00:29. Interview with a Character – Episode 16 – Cartoon Dads If this is your first time here, you’re going to want to catch up with the previous episodes! This week, we’re interviewing the following characters: Homer Simpson, Peter Griffin, and Bob Belcher: 1. What is your favorite word? HS: Marge PG:…

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Originally posted 2016-10-16 12:00:00. I will admit, this week was full of virtually everything other than a chance to ink, so I had to do them all last night as my “no tech before bed” event. That’s not to say I shouldn’t have tried a bit harder to make them detailed, but I decided to…

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Originally posted 2016-10-14 17:00:59. The Super Hoodie I am her Lilliputian and she’s my Gulliver. Nanny has read Gulliver’s Travels to us more times than I have fingers and toes. She does the voice for Gulliver, but always has me recite all of the Lilliputian lines. I take a lot of pride in having memorised…

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Originally posted 2016-10-14 12:00:53. Once a month, Vigak craved treacle tarts. She craved them so much, that she had learned long ago how to make them for herself, and she would make and devour an entire batch during the full moon. A tiny scar could be visible if she moved in just the right angle,…

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Originally posted 2016-10-11 20:00:42. Know your audience This might seem like a given right from the start, but there are a few specific areas that need to be addressed in order to ensure that your audience is the one you set out to write for, knowing that others can and likely will be reading it…

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Originally posted 2016-10-10 17:00:50. Interview with a Character – Episode 15 – BFFs Part 1 If this is your first time here, you’re going to want to catch up with the previous episodes! This week, we’re interviewing the following characters: Professor Charles Xavier (aka Professor X) and Erik Lehnsherr (aka Magneto): What is your favorite…

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Originally posted 2016-10-09 12:00:03. First off, if you’ve never heard of Inktober, don’t worry. I didn’t know it existed until exactly the day it started this year. Secondly, here’s Mr. Jake Parker’s website which can explain all the whoo-ha about it. Each week, I’m going to do a wrap up of my previous week’s worth…

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Originally posted 2016-10-04 20:00:58. Depth of Character: Character Focus (protagonist/antagonist) NOTE: YOU DO NOT have to have a “hero/villain” in your story. This is only if you decide you want to have them. And yes, I’m adding a new creation of Antivillain because it’s important that people are able to have characters who are complex….

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