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Writer's Block: Tea for two

If you could spend a day with any fictional character, who would it be and what would the two of you do?
I'm inclined to say Coraline, because she's fun and has lots of adventures. But Marvin from the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy would be cool to meet, too!

Progress

I got some more work done on my head today, and I am almost done with my first footpaw. Getting work done really puts me in a good mood. I just hope I can get everything done in time for Halloween. If not, I'll still have it though. I'll just have to be myself for Halloween.
Speaking of having limited time, I have to read five more chapters in my criminology workbook in the next three weeks... The time frames for the criminology class I'm in are insane. So much info packed into such a small time period... Ugh. I'll probably end up cramming again. Really, I just feel like working on art. Also, I'm in the mood to write. Once I'm not so busy I'll have to write or story or make a comic...

Writer's Block: Happily ever after

What is your favorite childhood fairytale?
I had tons of fairytale books as a kid... I remember some really morbid ones, too... One about a man named Mr. Fox who lived with bandits. He'd propose to women and then take them home on their wedding night and eat them with the other bandits. Another about a wizard who was trying to find a wife who would obey him. He took three sisters from the same family and put them to a test by making them carry a magic egg around. He'd told them to never go in a certain room in the house, and as soon as he left they went in it. As soon as they entered the egg would start bleeding all over them and stain their clothes, so when he got home he knew they'd lied. Then he'd chop them up and leave them in the forbidden room/

Nostalgia

At the mall today I ran across an old game I hadn't seen in ages; Space Station Silicon Valley! I bought, and I'm glad I did. It's lots of fun, just like I remembered it being. The premise is, you're in an outer space amusement park, full of animal-robot hybrids, and you, a computer chip, have to kill and take over the bodies of these animals in order to solve puzzles, get to new areas, etc. For the N64, it's a super innovative game, and there has yet to be another game like it! Here's a link for anyone who's curious.

http://www.amazon.com/Space-Station-Silicon-Valley-Nintendo-64/dp/B00002STGT

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