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Develop your ideas - Don't hoard them.

At the age of 18 I made it my mission to read the library of Stephen King’s fiction before I was 30, I thought I was giving myself a fair enough chance. 234 more words

Creative Writing

Concept art

Realism (Sandara)

With these two drawings I have decided to go for a more realistic look. I based some of the line work and shading off of what I had seen from the work of Sandara. 818 more words

Idea Development

Final design choices + Final Sketch

After looking at my thumbnails I have decided to develop 4 of them in more detail. For this I decided to create the basic layout with no detail and no shading, just the absolute bare bones and annotated it so that when I move on to my final production I know exactly how to produce it. 82 more words

Idea Development

Get out of bed and write down that idea

Last night, I was in that hazy, just-drifting-off-into-oblivion stage of bedtime when my relaxing brain shot off a flare into the sleepy darkness:

What if we couldn’t eat unless we touched another person? 546 more words


Intro -- a little about what I would like to do with this Journal

Until I am able to come up with a name which I feel fits the purpose of this Journal, I will use my Dueling Enigma name to get information out to people. 282 more words

Idea Development

An Introduction

Starting a project as big as an undergraduate dissertation is an unprecedented goal for anybody. Keeping up with the mountain of research that needs to be done will be difficult so, therefore, this blog will become a way I can keep track of sources I’ve looked at, why I found them useful, how I compared them; different historians and authors I’ve looked at; archives I should look at (or have looked at; and where my ideas and research is leading me in answer to what questions I should be asking. 749 more words

Colonial History

33 ways to stay happy... #17

The May experiment…

Read about the experiment here

Today: 30 – Got an idea? Write it down

Writing an idea down is about more than just remembering it. 380 more words