Wednesday, December 14, 2016
      ( 7:30 PM ) posted by Setsuled  

I've been colouring all day to-day. For an Early English Drama class I'm taking, I adapted a small portion of King Lear for a comic--you can read it here. It was a challenging and odd experience, breaking up the lines and figuring out where things turned into another picture. Mostly I did Act Three, Scene Two, the famous Lear raging on the heath scene, which took me back to Venia's Travels, a comic very much inspired by King Lear. It's also only the second time I've worked from a script by someone other than myself, the other time being the Nebari fan fiction I did with Caitlin years ago. So she's in good company.

This doesn't mean I've stopped working on Dekpa and Deborah, in fact I've done a lot of Dekpa and Deborah related material over the past few months. I don't know when you'll see any of it but definitely eventually.

Twitter Sonnet #942

A fountain timed visage was comped to roads.
The piping piled sources sponged of rock.
The petal tips conceive how shadow goads.
Formica chill enclosed the key and lock.
A golden peg attained a century.
In shells abandoned late the lost return.
Inside ordained fish tanks was mystery.
New northern lights'll each switch on in turn.
In papers kept in leafy stacks inside.
A palace placed no call for colonnade.
In wheels a wordy scallion can reside.
Imprinted hair grows silver God's arcade.
Unstoppered cinnamon insists on cloves.
A madness ran from heath to sodden stoves.

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writing:
Anelnoath
Venia's Travels
Boschen and Nesuko

links:
News
The Agonist
Crooks and Liars
The Guardian
The Japan Times
National Public Radio
The New York Times
The Onion

Blogs
Poppy Z Brite
Dame Darcy's Journal
Neil Gaiman
Caitlin R Kiernan
M'isa's Journal

Art and Entertainment
Tori Amos
David Bowie
The Cure
William Gibson
Martin Johnson
Karlsweb
Leia's Metal Bikini
Nebari.Net
Peanuts
Rasputina
Remotely Lame
Roger Ebert
Scott McCloud

Reference
Dictionary
Moviefone
Norse Mythology
Jeff Russell's Starship Dimensions (everyone needs this)
Tarot readings at Trusted Tarot.
World Clock(it's nifty!)

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