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Top 10 Video Game Side-Characters

And one honourable mention for sheer annoyance. 

Over the course of a video game, our protagonist is our eyes and ears through the world we’ve come to inhabit. 1,206 more words

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Princely rugs

Part 2 of post on Sigvard Bernadotte

A friend asked recently if there were no male rug designers in Sweden at mid-century.  Yes, there are– I know of 3.  976 more words

The Swedish Rug Blog

Design Prince of Sweden

What do all these things have in common: melamine bowl, silver pitcher, ergonomic can- opener, flat-weave rug?

Answer: their designer, Sigvard Bernadotte.

I’ll look in this post at Bernadotte’s industrial designs and in the next at some of his rugs. 853 more words

The Swedish Rug Blog

Beautiful People, Vol. 14: Vandar from "The Keeper's Curse"

Beautiful People is a monthly blog meme hosted by Cait @ Paper Fury and Sky @ Further Up and Further In. Every month they pose 10 questions for writers to answer about their writing and give readers the opportunity to learn more about the writer’s characters. 1,227 more words

Fantasy

An Ode to Supporting Characters

For years, actors have cried, friendships have been ruined and dreams have shattered over not getting the lead role in a play. Almost everybody turns up to auditions with fantasies of themselves performing the monologues and songs of the main characters. 876 more words

Theatre

Little Boy Character

Again, the little boy appears on the same page as the mother, who I have blogged about previously. As I had the little boy drawn for my initial prototype, I decided to have a look back on the drawing to see if there was any changes I could make to improve the character, instead of having to start over. 77 more words

Character Development

The 'Mother' Character

The mother and son characters make their appearance on the page where the stanza ‘When people see Gonzo they get a big fright, his owners think he can protect them at night.’ 378 more words

Character Development