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Writing Group / Re: National Novel Writing Month 2008
« on: November 11, 2008, 07:39:48 PM »
At 25,266. Just past the halfway point. It is a big relief to get this far.

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Writing Group / Re: National Novel Writing Month 2008
« on: November 10, 2008, 05:17:49 AM »
I'm finishing up at just over 22k tonight. Didn't get as far as I'd hoped for the weekend. Just found it hard to stay motivated.

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Writing Group / Re: National Novel Writing Month 2008
« on: November 06, 2008, 03:13:07 AM »
I passed 12,500 this morning. Yay for making it to the quarter-way point!

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Writing Group / Re: National Novel Writing Month 2008
« on: November 03, 2008, 02:16:47 PM »
9354, as of this morning, but now I have to go to work.

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Writing Group / Re: National Novel Writing Month 2008
« on: November 02, 2008, 08:57:46 PM »
My word count for today: 1692

Come on people! It's time to get started!

/Lights Fire under 42 who said he needed prodding

Yes I do need prodding. I'm at 7,048 words at the moment.

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Everything Else / Re: Cool Stuff Found on the Internet, again
« on: October 25, 2008, 10:30:01 PM »
I should put a language warning on this.

This is a hillarious blog post of the Presidential Race in D&D terms.

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Writing Group / Re: National Novel Writing Month 2008
« on: October 17, 2008, 03:51:45 PM »
I'm doing this again this year. I did it last year and managed to make the 50,000 word goal. It's a lot of work, but I think it's worth it.

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Site News / Re: Rifftrax October 2008 - Halloween Party
« on: October 14, 2008, 02:54:20 AM »
I should be able to make it.

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I started giving feedback early on. I don't know if you already have me down.

Jeffrey Creer

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Everything Else / Re: Cool Stuff Found on the Internet, again
« on: September 18, 2008, 01:28:58 AM »
It's kind of old, but I''m not sure if this has been posted yet:

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=grCTXGW3sxQ

**Some profanity**

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Writing Group / Re: Everybody's Current Projects
« on: September 18, 2008, 01:24:42 AM »
I'm plotting out my NaNoWriMo for November.

Also working on several short stories.

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Role-Playing Games / Mistborn RPG announced
« on: September 12, 2008, 02:13:58 PM »
Because I was asked to post this:

Crafty Games to Publish Mistborn RPG

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CRAFTY GAMES TO PUBLISH MISTBORN RPG
Creators of Spycraft 2.0 to develop RPG Adaptation of Epic Fantasy
Trilogy by Wheel of Time Author Brandon Sanderson

September 7, 2008 PORTLAND, OR: Crafty Games LLC has reached an
agreement with popular fantasy writer and author of the final volume
of the Wheel of Time, Brandon Sanderson, to publish a roleplaying game
based on his epic fantasy trilogy Mistborn. The game will arrive in
2009 and let players create their own exciting adventures in the Final
Empire.

"Mistborn is an enchanting and innovative dark-fantasy series that's
tailor-made for gaming," said Crafty Games partner Alex Flagg. "We're
thrilled at the opportunity to work with Brandon to create a product
capturing the unique magic, action, and intrigue that's made Mistborn
such a hit with fantasy fans across the world."

"I've been a role player for years and I've looked forward to the day
when I could help adapt one of my properties as an RPG setting," said
Brandon Sanderson. "Mistborn is the perfect story for an RPG; the
magic of Allomancy lends itself well to gaming and there are many
untold stories to play out in this world of falling ash and cloaking
mists. Crafty Games is one of the premier independent gaming companies
out there and I'm ecstatic to be working with them!"

"We've got a great relationship with Brandon and he's already working
with us to provide new content created specifically for the RPG,"
added Flagg. "Next year [2009] is going to be a great time for fans of
Brandon, Mistborn, and Crafty alike."

About Brandon Sanderson
Brandon Sanderson grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska. While he was in junior
high Brandon discovered science fiction and fantasy, which elevated
him from a reluctant reader to a voracious one. Brandon studied at
Brigham Young University, graduating with his BA in English in 2000,
and his Master's in Creative Writing in 2005. Brandon's published
works to date include Elantris and the Mistborn trilogy, epic fantasy
released by Tor, as well as the Alcatraz Smedry books, middle-grade
fantasy/adventure from Scholastic Press. Currently, Brandon is at work
on A Memory of Light, book 12 in Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series.
Brandon lives in Provo, Utah with his wife and son. More information
about Brandon and his work is available at
http://www.brandonsanderson.com.

About Crafty Games LLC
Crafty Games was founded in 2005 by the creative team behind the
popular Spycraft, Stargate SG-1, and Spycraft 2.0 roleplaying games,
and offers an array of critically-acclaimed gaming products in print
and PDF format. Its reputation for high-quality, engaging games has
earned Spycraft nominations for 5 EN World ("ENnie") fan awards and
the prestigious Diana Jones Award for Excellence in Gaming. Crafty
Games' newest project, Fantasy Craft, is due out this fall. Find out
more at http://www.crafty-games.com.

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Writing Group / Re: Writing Prompts 28: Webcomics (August 18)
« on: August 26, 2008, 04:13:21 AM »

I imagine it could be quite difficult for partners to work together in this.

It could be difficult. A lot maker's of web-comic seem to prefer to both draw and write exactly for this reason. I think one problem is that the work doesn't get split evenly. Depending on the style of the artwork, the artwork can take far longer than the writing on the production side. I've seen several sites where the writer and artist are seperate and the writer is sometimes writing entire short stories/novels while waiting for the artist to catch up. Some writers fill-in as letterers and colorists to help ease the artwork production load.

Still some writer's have found success by down-scaling the artwork significantly so, in theory, they can produce more story. This carries the potential of not grabbing much of the audience if the story/jokes aren't absolutely brilliant.

Anyways, I am interested in what people are saying since I drew those three images rather quickly and couldn't really quite see how they relate.

I kept thinking of something like:
panel 1 "I'm so glad to fly away from his cliche place..."
panel 2 "...my ignorant boyfriend..."
panel 3 ".. and those boring teaparties."

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Writing Group / Re: Writing Prompts 28: Webcomics (August 18)
« on: August 23, 2008, 09:54:19 PM »
Okay, here are 3 images I put together really quckly in Illustrator.

Make a story out of them.


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Everything Else / Re: Death to the Grammer Police!
« on: August 23, 2008, 02:52:43 PM »
Vigilante!

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