turlough: Zoe & The Doctor & Jamie outside the TARDIS, Second Doctor adventure 'The Invasion' ((dr who) bye bye)
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Fandom: Classic Doctor Who
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: The Second Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon, and Zoe Heriot
Content Notes/Warnings: n/a
Medium: digital art
Artist on DW/LJ: n/a
Artist Website/Gallery: [deviantart.com profile] lostthecreativity

Why this piece is awesome: The Second Doctor, Jamie, and Zoe is probably my favourite TARDIS team and this is such a sweet portrait of them. I love how the Doctor has to help Jamie and Jamie's worried expression, and that Zoe of course is doing brilliantly on her own.

Link: it takes three

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Nov. 28th, 2014 13:45
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Let me tell you how estranged from most fandom happenings I am: I think I missed almost all the HP reunion stuff (despite 10 years in the fandom and friends emailing me about it), and...I didn't know that WinCon wasn't a Supernatural-only con until last week. :)

While we're in the WinCon neighborhood, let me share some fund-raising info about the con. Full disclosure: Although the con sounds fun & I'm hoping to go this coming year, I haven't been in the past. However! A good friend's on the concom and she's "good people," so...

Wincon is a 'by the fans, for the fans' multi-fandom con. That means no guests, no celebrities, just the internet in real time with other fans. Wincon 2015 in Pittsburgh will be their 10th anniversary, but they need some help to make it happen.

In the past, they've been about a 100-person con. That's no longer sustainable, so they've decided to grow to 250-300 people. At this size, they can offer more programming, better events, etc. while cutting registration costs nearly in half. Registration for 2015 is just $55 for the weekend.

To make sure Wincon can be successful at this new size, they're running an Indiegogo campaign. You can buy your registration or choose from their other awesome perks. They have custom art from some truly awesome artists made just for the campaign, as well as donations of art commissions and custom fan crafts.

Please take a minute to visit the Indiegogo page and get to know what they're all about. You can also find more information at their tumblr or website.

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Previously On...
A Fic(+) Playlist for the Holiday, Day 1
A Fic(+) Playlist for the Holiday, Day 2
A Fic(+) Playlist for the Holiday, Day 3

Today's fandoms include: Sherlock BBC, Avengers, The Cutting Edge, Lilo & Stitch, DCU, X-Men, Teen Wolf, Welcome to Night Vale, and Pacific Rim; Fic, Fannish Pimping, and Poetry/Filk

17 Recs Behind the Cut )
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It turns out the laptop connects to the WiFi extender a lot better than the phones or the tablet floating around. This does mean, however, that I'm attempting to do this from the kitchen table, hoping no one walks behind me in or out the door and pays too much attention to any NSFW links (my sister-in-law is shopping, so low chance of that happening) and trying to concentrate despite the conversation and television (ahahaha). STILL, tweets coded through tonight (Friday) night, and I'm going for noon Sunday. I definitely need to plan this ahead next time; getting a mix of things in the middle of the TV on and conversation with a still slow connection is a bit tough. Friday's compilation post is ready to go and will be up shortly.

Previously On...
A Fic(+) Playlist for the Holiday, Day 1
A Fic(+) Playlist for the Holiday, Day 2

Fandoms behind the cut text include: Avengers, Teen Wolf, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, GlamRPF, Haven, and The Fast and the Furious.

17 Recs )

OTW Fannews: Retelling Copyright

Nov. 28th, 2014 10:41
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OTW Fannews Banner Retelling Copyright

Copyright & publishing are changing, and fanfic will be affected by both, whether it’s RPF or FPF: http://bit.ly/1zE9DEy


Nov. 28th, 2014 14:45
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Posted by Charley Parker

Playground, animated short by Ryosuke Oshiro
Playground is a wordless animated short by Ryosuke Oshiro from the Tokyo Unniversity of the Arts, about a loner schoolboy who finds release from his drab life in school in his fertile imagination. He encounters another, and they have something of a battle of the imaginations.

Animated with a soft touch, it puts emphasis on the moody atmosphere created by the backgrounds (as does much Japanese animation).

[Via io9]


Nov. 28th, 2014 08:31
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Happy birthday to [personal profile] gwyn!!!

I'm so happy to know you -- and also to be privileged to enjoy your vids and your fic, but most of all, just to know you. Happy birthday, sweetie. May the coming year bring blessings.
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Posted by James Gurney

A.B. Frost "The Power of the Human Eye" from Stuff and Nonsense, 1913
The new issue of Illustration Magazine has a feature on A.B. Frost (1851-1928), known for his humorous pen-and-ink illustrations and his realistic wash drawings of the American rural scene.

I love the early days of humorous illustration, when standard cartoon conventions weren't really established, and "straight" illustrators were finding their own ways to make drawings funny.

The article contains 42 illustrations by Frost, some reproduced full page, along with a biography by Gary Land. He tells how Frost got started with his popular "Uncle Remus" illustrations, and how his studies under William Merritt Chase loosened up his painting style, even though he was color blind.

The issue also has features on Virgil Finlay, Tom Miller, and William Meade Price.

You can order the magazine online or find it at your local newsstand.

Illustration #46
Wikipedia on A.B. Frost
Website about Frost (Thanks, Allen)
On Amazon: The A.B. Frost Book
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Fandom: Star Trek TOS
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject:  Kirk, Spock, Bones, Scotty, Chekov, Sulu, Uhura.
Content Notes/Warnings: none
Medium: manips
Artist on DW/LJ: n/a
Artist Website/Gallery: on DA
Why this piece is awesome: Because Steampunk FTW! - and the images are carefully chosen to be just right for each of them - Bones the Victorian doctor, Spock the scientist/inventor, Scotty with his engine, Kirk the dashing military man, and Uhura the telephonist. Very nicely done.
Link: art is here

Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving

Nov. 28th, 2014 03:00
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Posted by Howard Lyon

I thought I would bring you a Norman Rockwell day after Thanksgiving feast.

Cousin Reginald Catches the Thanksgiving Turkey - 1917
Classic Rockwell humor done early in his career at the age of 23.  This is the largest image I could find.  If you know of a better scan, let me know and I will replace it in this post.  That goes for any of the images here!

Thanksgiving - 1919

The Wishbone - 1921

Couple Uncrating Turkey - 1921

A Pilgrim's Progress - 1921
Ye Glutton - 1923

Chef with Thanksgiving Menu - 1942

Freedom From Want - 1943
Freedom from Want wasn't published as a Thanksgiving image.  Rockwell had originally intended it to be one, but it became part of the Four Freedoms images instead.    
Thanksgiving: Girl Praying - 1943
Published in the same year as Freedom from Want this is a powerful contrast.  A cold refugee of war kneels among ruins and gives thanks over what looks like a rather simple small meal.

Thanksgiving: Mother and Son Peeling Potatoes - 1945
Published a couple months after the end of World War 2, this painting must have been full of wonderful sentiment for a country still celebrating the return of its' soldiers.

Saying Grace - 1951
This was the last of Rockwell's paintings to be used on the cover of a Thanksgiving issue.  It is my favorite.  I have had the chance to see it in person.  The light in the painting is awesome.  The textures and drawing are perfect.  The scene through the window is painted so thin you can see the pencil through it, while the foreground elements use a subtle impasto to great effect.  This, for me, is Rockwell at his best.

Thank you Dan for inviting me to contribute to Muddy Colors, for the others who write for Muddy Colors and for you, the readers, who create discussion and give feedback!

Thank you,

Howard Lyon

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Fandom: Bandom (My Chemical Romance)
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Gerard Way, Mikeyway
Content Notes/Warnings: None
Medium: Digital art
Artist on DW/LJ: None that I could find
Artist Website/Gallery: [tumblr.com profile] little-twin-tricksters
Why this piece is awesome: It's a cute, grin-inducing moment between Mikeyway and Gerard after Gerard gets his new pair of glasses.

Link: Untitled Way Bros (link goes to artist's Tumblr)

Dragon Age Inquisition

Nov. 27th, 2014 21:12
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I thought this game would probably tank the already-faint hope of me getting my book done on deadline and instead it is going to save me, because I have bribed myself: I don't get to play until I have written at least a thousand words. Result: have written seven thousand words in last seven days. WOOOO guilt-free gaming.

I would be romping around Thedas as we speak tbh, but I am at my mom's place for Thanksgiving. Hope all of you celebrating are having a great day too! <3 This morning there was parade-watching, then drive out, then all the food, and then ALL the desserts, and then it took 1.5 hours to get Hypatia to sleep because she had napped in the car and had also managed to get her hands on the giant dark chocolate disk off one of the tarts.

ANYWAY, I ended up doing a female elven inquisitor first (she has white hair and is a mage and is named Elsa because I pander to my small child) and I've been really enjoying a bunch of stuff.

NOTE: please do not spoil me for anything I haven't seen yet, esp romances and companion quests, since I can already tell I'm going to be doing more playthroughs. And if you are wondering whether it is safe to look at my spoilers, I'm at Skyhold, just finished the thing at Adamant, I have not done the Orlais court quest, and I am in the process of romancing Solas (and really enjoying that).

spoilers )

That's actually, spoiler-free, the main issue with all the DA games. They are good enough that the moments when they aren't good are really frustrating. Every so often there is a moment where I am all, OK, wait a second, my inquisitor (or character X) needs to have some kind of emotional reaction to this, and they don't. And if you NEVER got to have a reaction, you'd just fill it in yourself and wouldn't expect it, but because you like 90% of the time DO get to have a reaction, the handful of key moments where you don't is really immersion-breaking.

Or the thing where the dialogue paraphrases are too often misleading -- I hate it when I choose a response and then the actual reply is totally not what I meant, which I dislike especially in the companion conversations where it has an actual impact -- I'm totally fine getting disapproval when I actually MEAN for my inquisitor to disagree, but not when she's saying things she would not say! grump.

Anyway! Talk to me about Inquisition! What Inquisitors are you playing?
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Joanne K. Rowling:
• Despite rumours 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' script is not even close to completion.
• Producer David Heyman talks about the 'Fantastic Beasts' film script and says that casting will take place sometime next year.
More footage from the interview with David Heyman.
• JK Rowling on twitter teases about 'Fantastic Beasts' and Galbraith novels.
• JK Rowling named a woman who changed the world.
• Robert Galbraith's 'The Cuckoo's Calling' nominated for the lucrative International Impac Dublin award.
• The Hollywood Reported voted JK Rowling top of a list of 25 authors considered 'superheroes' of the movie industry.
Changed by JK Rowling, a charity project for the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic.

Actors and Movies:
• The art designers of the Harry Potter movies talk about the new stationary sets out this holiday season.
• PHOTOS Tom Felton dresses as the Joker and talks documentary Tom Felton: Meet the Fanatics at MCM Birmingham Comic Con.
• Rupert Grint and Megan Mullally ending 'It's Only A Play' run January 4, 2015.

[livejournal.com profile] torino10154 is hosting The Fourth Annual Blow Job Friday (all fandoms).
• Countdown to small gifts 2/6: Head Canon at [livejournal.com profile] rs_small_gifts.
• Countdown to small gifts 3/6: Classic fics and art at [livejournal.com profile] rs_small_gifts.

Masterlists and Weekly Round-ups:
[livejournal.com profile] luciusbigbang posted the 2014 Masterlist.
[livejournal.com profile] hermione_smut posted the Masterlist and Participation Banners.
[livejournal.com profile] hp_crossgenfest posted the Anonymous Masterlist.
[livejournal.com profile] interhouse_fest posted the Weekly Roundup #3.

Editor's Choice Rec:
In This Valley of Dying Stars by [livejournal.com profile] fiery_flamingo (Andromeda Tonks, Narcissa Malfoy, various Black family members; PG-13); there is podfic of the story, read by [livejournal.com profile] saraquel.
Summary: It seems like the Blacks only gather for their dead.

General Fandom News:
• OTW Fannews: Fandom from End to End (articles and essays on fandom)
The Harry Potter Alliance's equality campaign video is a moving tribute to fandom.

SS/HP Prophet for November 16 to 22, 2014.
Media References to Fanfic for the week ending November 22, 2014.

[livejournal.com profile] pinkwands searches for a Hermione Granger/Rodolphus Lestrange community or fic site.

Community Spotlight
[livejournal.com profile] darker_destiny Voldemort Victorious – created specifically for "What if Voldemort won the war?" fanfiction, fanart, discussions, icons etc.

Send your fandom news to the Daily Snitch.

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Since I'm still unclear on the level and speed of internet connectivity the next few days, I'm going ahead and posting this early in the day. The tweets are all scheduled, so if you're getting them that way, they'll continue to appear at regular intervals. I have a couple more hours still this morning (we're on day... 2 or 3 and D's trying to work on at least starting to fix it), so I'm going to see what I can have ready to go for the next few days. Now if we only had scheduled posts...

ETA: Ahahahaha, guess who forgot to post this before they left? Connection is super spotty, but I'm hoping this uploads at least. If I can format posts for Today, Friday, and Saturday, and schedule some more tweets, then it'll be a bonus. Here's to hoping! (I swear I need to do this on purpose next time just so I can plan ahead.)

Previously On...
A Fic(+) Playlist for the Holiday, Day 1

Fandoms in today's links are: Avengers, Hawkguy, Pacific Rim, Teen Wolf, X-Men, Sleepy Hollow, How to Train Your Dragon, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Labyrinth. Primarily fic with a accent of art, meta, and other fanworks.

18 Recs for Day 2 )

Fic updates

Nov. 27th, 2014 14:09
sholio: Elizabeth from White Collar, looking down, soft colored lights (WhiteCollar-Elizabeth colors)
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For anyone tracking my fic on AO3, apologies for this afternoon's ficalanche -- I finally got most of the rest of the Fallen London/White Collar AU fics uploaded. Several of them have never been posted before. There's still one that I haven't uploaded yet (my Jack of Smiles fic, because it's a follow-up to a fic that Frith hasn't posted on AO3 yet) but at this point nearly everything is up, including a few fics that we'd only exchanged in email.

The whole series on AO3.

Giving thanks

Nov. 27th, 2014 17:03
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[personal profile] kass
I try to do this every year.

Dear Fandom: I am so grateful to have found you.

I am grateful to no longer feel like a square peg in a round pegboard -- to have found a tribe (more than one tribe!) where I fit and where I belong.

I am grateful for all of y'all who love the things I love, and who help me create a place to love them together.

I am grateful for everyone who writes stories, maintains rec lists, records podfic, makes vids, creates fanart, leaves comments, leaves kudos.

I am grateful for the shows I love and the characters who inhabit my life: from Eric and Tami Taylor, to the Bishops and Olivia and Astrid, to Finch and Reese and Bear and Shaw and Root, to the Doctor and Amy and Rory and River and Clara.

I am grateful for fandom because, like the TARDIS, y'all whisk me away to other lives and other adventures every day.

Y'all are the best. I love you and I am grateful for you.

Happy (American) Thanksgiving to all who celebrate!
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I, um, may have prevailed upon the kindness of friends to read this book, since it's not out in the U.S. 'til January (at which point I shall be buying it promptly!).

Foxglove Summer )
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Outside of spoiler-cut, I feel compelled to mention that the series doesn't stay this dark, which may be either an enticement or a warning. Actually, by the point I've reached in my own rewatching (late season one) it verges on pure comedy at times. Which is a bizarre mood shift considering how incredibly dark this episode is ...

If discussing spoilers from future episodes, please use your choice of the following:

  • rot13 (copy-paste text into the cypher window to code or unencode it)
  • LJ spoiler cut: <lj-spoiler>spoiler text</lj-spoiler> -- does not work on DW
  • spoiler span text: <span style="color:white;background:white;">spoiler text</span> -- does not work on LJ

Invisible Man 1x02 - The Catevari

Catevari spoilers )


Nov. 27th, 2014 20:01
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Tools of the trade, from my studio, thats what it is…

5.9 x 5.9 inch / Oil on MDF board / 15cm x 15cm / Öl auf MDF Bord

Sold / Verkauft

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Nov. 27th, 2014 15:11
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HOLY FUCK!! THis is some kinda messed up. So the thing that was taken yesterday was a key. I proceeded to leave a page on my desk with a printed quote about false accusation and bullying.

This afternoon ANOTHER key went missing. BUT this one only MYSELF and the clerk in the head office usually use daily, even though everyone has access to it in a public place.



ETA: first of all thank you for the support and advice. You guys are the best!

Secondly, I went over all their heads to the highest-up, with whom I have a good relationship and gave them a play-by-play on all what went down, before it came from someone else. So that makes me feel somewhat better, knowing I won't have to suffer unjustly from that quarter. It's just the gossiping/backstabbing co-workers I have to maneuver my way around. :b

Audubon’s wild turkeys

Nov. 27th, 2014 16:53
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Posted by Charley Parker

Great American Hen & Young. Vulgo, Female Wild Turkey. Meleagris gallapavo, John James Audubon, from Birds of America
Great American Hen & Young. Vulgo, Female Wild Turkey. Meleagris gallapavo, John James Audubon

Image from Wikipedia, original source: University of Pittsburgh.

The American wild turkey is so removed from the rotund form of contemporary commercial farm turkeys as to be almost unrecognizable as related. Like most of our commercial poultry, the latter have been bred through narrow genetic strains over many generations to be essentially walking meat factories.

Audubon portrayed both the male and female of the wild turkey, Meleagris gallapavo, for his ambitious Birds of America, and used the male (above, top) as the first plate.

I actually find the image of the hen and chicks more interesting, however, and I’ve provided some detail crops from the version in the University of Pittsburgh collection here.

These are engravings hand-painted in watercolor, and they vary enough that each can be considered an individual work. The one from the University of Pittsburgh collection is available on Wikipedia as a very high resolution file (80mb) as well as in zoomable form on the university’s website (along with the male, and all of the other plates from their copy of Birds of America).

There are also versions of the plates from the collection of the Amon Carter Museum of American Art on Google Art Project, male and female. The color difference in this case is due to different paintings on engravings, not the usual internet color inconsistencies (though they may be at play as well).

See my post an Audubon’s Birds of America.

I also came across mention in the Wikipedia article that the common notion that Ben Franklin proposed the wild turkey as the national bird of the new republic, rather than the bald eagle, is essentially untrue — in that he never declared as much publicly. It has a basis in a letter Franklin wrote to his daughter in which he criticized the choice of the bald eagle for the crest of the Society of the Cincinnati.

Franklin said of the wild turkey: “…the turkey is in comparison a much more respectable bird, and withal a true original native of America… He is besides, though a little vain & silly, a bird of courage, and would not hesitate to attack a Grenadier of the British Guards who should presume to invade his farm yard with a red coat on.”

And of the bald eagle: “He is a bird of bad moral character. He does not get his living honestly. You may have seen him perched on some dead tree near the river, where, too lazy to fish for himself, he watches the labour of the fishing hawk [osprey]; and when that diligent bird has at length taken a fish, and is bearing it to his nest for the support of his mate and young ones, the bald eagle pursues him and takes it from him.”

Hmmm…. given the current economic structure of the U.S., maybe the bald eagle is an apt choice for the national bird after all.

Thanksgiving, Artfully Plated

Nov. 27th, 2014 02:00
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Posted by Lauren Panepinto

-By Lauren Panepinto

Since it's Thanksgiving today, I'm going to take a break from the Seven Deadly Art Sins series. (Although, damn, I really should have saved Greed/Gluttony for this week.) If you're in the U.S. then eat your face off and take a nap and try to be thankful for everything you have that is good. If you are not in the U.S. then eat your face off and take a nap and try to be thankful for everything you have that is good. If you have a day job tell your boss I said it's ok to allow for said nap.

I am going to eat my face off, then take a nap, then probably try to catch up on Supernatural.

We'll be back tomorrow with your regularly scheduled art posts, but for now, please enjoy a selection of Thanksgiving Dinner, plated by artists. You can see the whole series at Hannah Rothstein's page. Buy a print, and the proceeds go to a Food Bank. Double awesome.

Piet Mondrian

René Magritte

Vincent Van Gogh

Georges Seurat

Jackson Pollock

See more (Cindy Sherman is especially funny) here: Hannah Rothstein

Thank you to Tora Stark, because I totally stole this off her Facebook post.
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Posted by Charley Parker

Plums, John William Hill
Plums, John William Hill

Watercolor, graphite, and gouache on Bristol board, 7 x 12 inches; in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The enlargement on the museum’s website is actually in greater detail than the crops I’ve provided here.

I love the rendering of the fruit in this simple, direct study: fastinatingly textural close-up, but naturalistic at an appropriate distance.

holiday feasting

Nov. 26th, 2014 22:13
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I probably won't have time to post tomorrow. I've spent the last couple days at my sister's, visiting with my parents and wrangling children as we get what prep work we can done. Tomorrow morning I'm getting up bright and early to go run a 5k Turkey Trot. I've got my wram running clothes ready and my winter coat since I'll have to get there super early. The actual turkey will hopefully be thawed by then, so I can drop it off and my sister can get it in the oven.

Anyway, I'm rambling. For all USians Happy Thanksgiving! For everyone else, Happy Thursday!

December meme and other stuff

Nov. 26th, 2014 14:41
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I had a lot of fun last year doing the December talking meme. I hesitated this year, thinking I would do it and then suddenly panicking, but I'm gonna go ahead and do it. Or try to. Yeah. I'm committed.

Pick a date, any date:

1. [profile] daria234--A vid you would like to make or see made for a rare pairing.
4. [personal profile] sholio--a narrative trope you like, and what makes it appealing to you?
6. [personal profile] roseveare-- Talk about the show Miracles. I remember that vid, so you're one of about three people I'm aware of that know this show.
7. [personal profile] chelletoo--What is your favourite city that you've visited? and what makes it your
10. [personal profile] musesfool-- tell me about Steve and Bucky and all their feelings for each other
13. [personal profile] ranalore--What makes a good vidding song?
15. [personal profile] grammarwoman--Is there a fandom you resisted but fell into anyway, or one that you thought would be a great fit for you but turned out bleh?
17. [personal profile] dine--I'd love to hear about a vid idea you have, but will probably never actually make (and why not)
20. [personal profile] sperrywink--Tell me about creating the Shelter vid. (song choice, clips,
rebuilding it, etc)

I'm trying to gear up mentally for my birthday on Friday. You'd think after all these years, having a birthday alone would get easier, but it just seems to get harder and harder without sis_r. And it's always extra worse when it's on or just adjacent to Thanksgiving, because she was usually home around that time and girl loved to shop at all the fancy shops downtown, so the Black Friday sales were very happy-making for her. I might, if I think I can find the mental space, do a fic-prompt thing on my Tumblr and spend the day writing ficlets or something, I don't have that many followers so I can't see getting a deluge of prompts or whatever. I don't know. We'll see.

For the sweeties who've asked--I really don't need or want anything, honestly. The nicest thing anyone could ever "get" me would be something like comments or feedback on a fic or vid, or just being there to let me whine a bit about how much I miss being a twin. Or if you're local and want to hang out and have a drink or something (preferably someplace far away from a mall), let me know.

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