Nyomi:slightly unrelated but on the quiz one of the questions was
"pick your favorite planet: venus, saturn, mars or the moon"
ONE OF THESE THINGS IS NOT LIKE THE OTHER
Heh. Yeah, I pondered that, too. I'd wondered if it had been done by somebody really stupid, or had been meant to 'catch' somebody really stupid, or if it had been there for someone to be a 'rebel', or....
Truth is I almost picked the moon, for what should be an obvious reason. ;)
I'm waiting for GRUNDY to chime in here. He seems to be an authority on sandwiches, no?
I'd say a sandwich requires some sort of bread, folded or otherwise, with filler. Something that is not normally considered a sandwich (like pizza) can't be 'made into one' by folding. It has to have had the original intent of sandwich-ness.
But what do I know?
(My comic mentions a DESSERT SANDWICH... but it's NOT what you're thinking, whatever you're thinking... [unless you know the answer from within my comic])
Legos of today annoy me because they're not building blocks for/of the imagination. They're freaking MODEL KITS. And there are READY MADE shapes for everything. What the heck happened to "YOU have to MAKE it"? Oh sure, we/I had tree shapes and little antenna and wheels and cockpit pieces or such. But now they just pre-make all the stuff for you. Part of the fun of Lego had been using your ingenuity and problem solving of HOW to create something. Now it's just "follow instructions for your FRANCHISE CHARACTER vehicle". (We didn't have 'characters' when I'd been a kid. Or if we did, they weren't overtly dominating the market. We had 'themes' like "pirate" or "space" sets.)
LEGO in and of itself, conceptually, is cool. What it's turned into is not. And I can't stand these LEGO video games of franchise characters. Please stop.
That's just my 2 cents, you can all throw tomatoes if need be.
It seems a little ridiculous to me. It also doesn't seem quite right to promote by inciting hatred/rivalry among fans of the same work. There's enough needless US & THEM going on in the world. BUT, I'm probably reading WAY too much into it.
My comic doesn't end. It's on-going, like a soap opera or such. I do, however, have many "interlocking" stories ready in the wings. Just have to get to them as they play out!
Recently, though, I wrote quick notes for the pages it will take to get to the end of the current major story (same as it began with [although there are about 5 arcs already in play]) and that will be done in ... just about 5 months! AH, COMIC BOOK TIME, the harsh mistress. Should mention that those page notes include some of the other arcs in play, too, it's just written as the pages that naturally follow one another.
Should I ever want to stop the comic (can't see it happening to be honest), I'll just tie up the stories that are playing and then fans can leave more tales to their imaginations. Meaning it won't be an ENDING in the sense of "stories must cease". Just a little wrap up and "life goes on..."
My "masterpiece" is in the form of a novel, apparently: What If It's a Trick Question?
I've been told by quite a few people that it is my masterpiece - also a magnum opus, if you can believe that. It's the longest novel I've written. It can, in fact, if need be, break into 3 novels of equal length! [There's supposed to be a sequel, too. Everyone who read the book said "NO! It ENDS! Leave it be!" But then I'd tell them the premise of the sequel. The response "OOOH!! WRITE IT! WRITE IT!"]
I made a cover for this book... but I admit I did it in haste (in terms of coming up with a design I mean.) If & when I do something again with this book, I'll likely make a new cover, I don't love this one by any means.
The cool thing (I think) about this picture is the kid. He's not real. Meaning it's a "photo" - but I used several photos of boys to do it. Like, his eyes are from one guy, his nose another, etc.
I'd be inclined to say my comic [itself] is my masterpiece since it's derived from something I've been drawing my whole life. :)
Sadly I don't have access to the "mods" - don't have it on PC. My Skyrim is on an XBOX 360, which doesn't do the mods. :(
You're not missing anything on those phone games. At least not the ones I've tried. Controls are always wonky and there's no real thrill to the games. And the graphics leave stuff to be desired often, too. The cutest/coolest one is Werewolf Tycoon. This one solves the little "problem" usually found in the the 'bigger' games. Which is that we're always seeing the 'wolf from behind (which is no real fun if you ask me) Tycoon is a simple one-screen only game and the 'wolf is seen from the front. But alas, it, too, is repetitive as hell. It's also just "16-bit" or whatever.
Timelapse11:That is annoying, I bought Sims 3 just so I could become a werewolf on it, and they are just disappointing, Sims should take a good look at Skyrim werewolves, Bethesda know how to make good werewolves.
Yeah, the SIMS ones are terrible. I personally hate prefer NOT that kind of werewolf. I call those a WOLF MAN instead, since it tends to follow the Universal icon.
The thing about Skyrim werewolves is they may look great, but they suck. Your time as one is limited, they don't have much to 'do' or animations. And all that happens is you get chased after when you turn back. It's a good thing it's a great game otherwise! (I got it 60% for the werewolf!)
I wish there were a GOOD game where you could have FUN being a werewolf. :/