The Monster Project

I’ve posted in the past about this awesome project that helps show kids the power of imagination. Without any guidelines elementary school students are asked to draw a monster. The finished drawings are sent to artists around the world who recreate them using  3D illustrations, animations, and paintings. The finished works and then sent back to the children. 

The Sansa Stark Project

I’m putting my money where my mouth is. Will you?

You were angry when Sansa was raped on Game of Thrones. Maybe you decided you wouldn’t watch anymore. 

Every 107 seconds, a real woman is raped just like the character Sansa Stark was. Their trauma doesn’t end when a TV show fades to black.

Last week a friend said, “If people had to donate a penny to rape centers for every word on their blog about the Sansa Stark rape scene, even the ones who could afford it wouldn’t post.”

Let’s prove her wrong.

Over the past week I’ve written 5,096 words on rape in Game of Thrones and A Song of Ice and Fire on my Tumblr. That is photo proof of my donation to RAINN (the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network). I’ve donated a penny for each word I’ve written. And I’m betting another $100 (to be donated to RAINN) that 100 of you will do the same.

Can’t afford to donate money? Then volunteer one minute at a rape crisis center or hotline for each word you’ve written.

  • If you’re in the US, your donation in Sansa Stark’s name would help RAINN or a local rape crisis center.
  • If you’re in the UK, your donation or volunteer work in Sansa Stark’s name will help Rapecrisis.
  • If you’re in Australia, SASS has a list of rape crisis centers that need your help.

Please add more to the list! And tag your post #the sansa stark project.

Use Sansa Stark’s name to help real women. Donate, take a photo, reblog, and then tag 5 people to do the same.

I’m tagging asoiafuniversity, chryswatchesgot, themarysue, and the closethedoorandcomehere podcast group, including clothospindle, grammarsaveslives, iheartdramas, chickren, ladyoftarth-posts, crayjoy and eonbluenegative.

Starting Your NaNoWriMo Journey

Whether you’re new to NaNoWriMo or you’ve done it a few times, the whole thing can still feel pretty daunting. Since we’re only a couple days away from the start of a new one, I want to encourage you to set some goals and make sure you’ve done some planning before diving in. When you only have a month to complete a project, you’ll want to make sure you’re organized and excited.

Here are a few tips for making your NaNoWriMo journey an enjoyable one:

Pick a Project

I like participating in NaNoWriMo and I’ve penned a few novels through it, but I don’t always use it for the same thing. The point of NaNoWriMo is to motivate yourself to get something done or started. Sure, finishing the first draft of your novel is usually the goal, but I plan on using next month for editing an already completed novel. Maybe you’ll use November to work on your outline or finish some project that’s been nagging at you. Use November for writing and make it about you. Push yourself to cross that finish line.

Print a Calendar

Find a November calendar, print it out, and keep track of your accomplishments. When you can cross those days off, jot down your word count, or write something encouraging—all those things can go a long way. Make note of any obligations you might have so you can adjust accordingly.

Enlist a Friend

NaNoWriMo can be very personal, but you don’t have to do it alone! Even if you don’t have a writing friend, there’s a huge online community. Sign up for your NaNoWriMo account, find other participants on Twitter, and start a conversation! Everyone will be going through something similar in November.

Jot Down a Timeline

Figuring out how many words you want to write a day or taking note of any other goals is an important step during NaNoWriMo. If you’re writing your first novel, work on an outline or prepare yourself for when NaNoWriMo begins. Knowing where you want your story to go can be a big help.

Stay Organized

Clean off your desk, find a calm writing space, and take care of yourself. Don’t let the rest of your life fall apart because you want to finish the first draft of a novel. Eat right, take a long shower or bath, focus on your mental health, and have conversations with other writers. This is supposed to be fun! If you’re working from an outline, make any adjustments before you go to bed that night so you’re prepped for the next day. Enjoy yourself.

-Kris Noel

Harutoshi Fukui Turn A Gundam Novels:
Cocoon on the Moon, Fruit on the Earth

English Translation Project

I teamed up with Moonlight Scanlations to bring Harutoshi Fukui’s notorious Turn A Gundam novels into English!

Harutoshi Fukui is a successful Japanese author whose penchant for military political-thrillers have earned him comparisons to Tom Clancy. In addition to his compelling original fiction, Fukui has written several Mobile Suit Gundam-related works, most notably Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn which went on to receive a lavish animated adaption. Before that, however, he wrote this pair of novels based on the 1999 Turn A Gundam television series. Not only do they expand considerably on the source material (clearing up many questions original creator Yoshiyuki Tomino only briefly touched upon), they feature some shocking and controversial changes to the plot. As such they are a must-read for fans, but those new to the franchise should have no trouble following the story.

At a combined 800 pages in length, this project is going to be a long haul, but I hope you’ll stick with us. I’ll update this post as new chapters are released.

Novel One
Prologue: Year 2343 of the Correct Century ~ Early Summer
Part I Chapter One

:T quick drawing between two research for my comic’s project
I always thought Ladybug had less detail than Chat Noir for her outfit and for what I saw on internet I’m not the only one to think so but meh *shurg* More space for fan to do whaterver they want :3c 
So here my version of an older Ladybug with super hero suit based on … well on a ladybug and Chat Noir’s suit.

Emily's Christmas Project Returns!

I’m doing it again! I’m making Christmas cards again! I did these last year and thought they were a success so I thought why not

  • for this to work it woud be super nice if you were actually following me
  • and reblogging this post to get the word out would make me extremely happy 
  • Send me a message saying that you would like a christmas card/letter

The bear toy’s retail project

I’ve been working on a small project with Budgie2Budgie, i’m a big fan of her creative recolors!

It’s a small set for retail or just for the sims kids to play with.

  • Big thanks to Budgie2Budgie for the amazing recolors of the toy boxes.
  • She has make more toy boxes and recolors, take a look her site and don’s forget to say THX!

We want to thank Puresim for making the mesh for the boxes and sharing them!

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Have fun!